Saturday, May 21, 2011

Avril Lavigne - Smile

Avril Lavigne - Smile

Avril Lavigne - Smile (Music Video)


Avril Lavigne - Smile (Behind The Scenes)


Avril Lavigne - Smile Lyrics

You know that I'm a crazy bitch,
I do what I want when I feel like it,
All I wanna do is loose control,
But you don't really give a shit,
You go with go with go with it,
Cause you're fucking crazy rock-n-roll

You said hey,
What's your name,
It took one look,
And now I'm not the same,
Yeah you said hey,
And since that day,
You stole my heart and you're the one to blame,
Yeah.

And that's why... I smile,
It's been a while,
Since everyday and everything has felt this right...
And now,
You turn it all around,
And suddenly you're all I need,
The reason why-I-I-I,
I smi-I-ile.

Last night I blacked out I think,
What did you what did you put in my drink?
I remember making out and then,
I woke up with a new tattoo,
Your name was on me and my name was on you,
I would do it all over again.

You said hey,
What's your name,
It took one look,
[- From :http://www.elyrics.net/read/a/avril-lavigne-lyrics/smile-lyrics.html -]
And now i'm not the same,
You said hey,
And since that day,
You stole my heart and you're the one to blame,
Yeah.

And that's why... I smile,
It's been a while,
Since everyday and everything has felt this right...
And now,
You turn it all around,
And suddenly you're all I need,
The reason why-I-I-I,
I smi-I-ile.

You know that I'm a crazy bitch,
I do what I want , when I feel like it
All I wanna do is loose control,
You know that I'm a crazy bitch,
I do what I want , when I feel like it
All I wanna do is loose control-o-ol.

And that's why... I smile,
It's been a while,
Since everyday and everything has felt this right...
And now,
You turn it all around,
And suddenly you're all I need,
The reason why-I-I-I,
I smi-I-ile,
The reason,
The reason why-I-I-I,
I smi-I-ile,
The reason why-I-I-I,
I smi-I-ile.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati: Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati 19



Untuk baca Click Link Di Bawah...
Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati: Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati 19

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Happy Teachers day!!!




Happy Teachers Day To All teachers In The World....

Happy Birthday To Me!!!


;)

Thursday, May 12, 2011

My Time Table For This Semester !!!


Ha.. Camne??? Ni la jadual aku sem ni... Ok la tun.. Kire cun gak la aku susun jadual... =]

Makan2 Kat Restoran SS2 Murni!!!






Dah lama x makan kat restoran ni.. last sebelum die tutup utk renovate dulu..So last night aku,haji Tasli & Askwat pon pederas la pepijat kesayang aku tu... keluar je rumah mule2 gi dulu pasar malam kat seksyen 9 B.B.Bangi.. Ala, yg kat rumah aku tu la.... Siap pekena bakso dulu sorang semangkuk... Then pas maghrib pe lagi... bermula la sesi mencilok atas highway.... dari bangi pergi ke Pj, masuk Subang sampai ke Shah Alam then Pj balik... Pastu bermula la sesi melantak... Pe yg ader kat restotan tu ha?? Nak tau tengok SINI Malas nak citer bnyak2.. =) So bile dah sampai, kitorang pon pe lagi, mula la mengorder... Pastu makan sampai overload.... haji makan sampai x habis... Fuh... Betapa boolatnyer perut aku waktu tu..... Then pas makan semua dah x larat nak bergerak... seb baek aku ni hobi aku memandu.. so dapat la aku buat satu lagi sesi ber-grand-touring kat atas highway... cucuk2 sket, cilok2 sket then sampai la kitorang kat bangi dengan selamatnyer... Sampai rumah mandi then sembahyang isya' pon semput sebab perut berat sangat.. =_="
Fb sket, bace on9 novel sket pastu pe lagi.... Terus menSnorlax kan diri...

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Lady Gaga Commenting on the Malaysian Censorship!!!

She talked about the song 'Born This Way' and here in Malaysia, our way is to say no to GAY and LESBO!!!

Monday, May 9, 2011

Wurz Powers Peugeot To Win In Spa!!!



Peugeot scores 1-2 at Spa 1000 km, its fifth win in a row!!!

Alex Wurz ensured Peugeot warmed up for the Le Mans 24 Hours in perfect fashion with victory at the Spa 1000km, the second stop in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup...

Starting 13th on the grid, Wurz stormed into the lead before handing over to Anthony Davidson and Marc Gene, both of whom managed to maintain their lead.

Stephane Sarrazin, Franck Montagny and Nicolas Minassian ensured it was a Peugeot one-two as they finished 42 seconds off the pace to take second, while Audi finished third thanks to Allan McNish, Rinaldo Capello and Tom Kristensen.

Audi's also rounded out the top five, while Christophe Tinseau, Emmanuel Collard and Julien Jousse secured a sixth placed finish for the petrol-powered Pescarolo.

Peugeot had been on course for a one-two-three but Pedro Lamy ran aground in the gravel before co-driver Simon Pagenaud suffered suspension problems as they were forced to settle for eighth.

Sources:
Eurosport

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Peugeot 405 T16 - The World's Greatest Rally Car !!!

Peugeot 405 T16 - The World's Greatest Rally Car...
Win a Pikes Peak And Rally paris-Dakar Champion in 1989 & 1990...

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati: Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati 12


Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati: Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati 12

Bertemu Cintaku!: Bertemu Cintaku 4


Bertemu Cintaku!: Bertemu Cintaku 4

Friday, May 6, 2011

Volvo S80 2.5T – limited units at a fantastic offer price!

Volvo S80 2.5T – limited units at a fantastic offer price!

VIDEO: Peugeot EX1 Concept on the Nordschleife

VIDEO: Peugeot EX1 Concept on the Nordschleife

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Qwerty: Cheese 27

Qwerty: Cheese 27

Champions League - Manchester United set up Barca final!!!





Manchester United cruised into a mouth-watering Wembley Champions League final against Barcelona after their second string thrashed Schalke 4-1 at Old Trafford, giving the Premier League leaders a 6-1 aggregate semi-final win...

Despite making nine changes from the 2-0 win in Gelsenkirchen United were in control for much of the game and, while Schalke showed more than they did at home, there was no real danger as goals from Antonio Valencia and Darron Gibson gave them a near unassailable lead.
Jose Manuel Jurado pulled one back to make it 2-1 at half-time but a second-half brace from Anderson put the result beyond doubt as Sir Alex Ferguson tinkering ahead of the Premier League title clash with Chelsea at the weekend was vindicated.
United have now qualified for three of the last four Champions League finals, a remarkable achievement given their perceived lack of spending power compared to Real Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona and now Manchester City.
Weakened this team may have been - only Edwin van der Sar and Valencia remained from the first leg - but it was still stuffed with internationals and more than adequately equipped to protect a 2-0 away lead.
A fairly even opening saw Schalke’s Jefferson Farfan fire wide after a driving run through the middle, while Dimitar Berbatov - starting as a lone striker - wowed the home fans with a couple of trademark turns and shimmies down the left, without producing anything of note.
Any doubtfires were put out when, following a loose pass from Japan right-back Atsuto Uchida, the highly-impressive Gibson released Valencia with an outrageous through-ball with the Ecuadorian firing low past Manuel Neuer.
That was on 26 minutes and five minutes later it was 2-0, with another error - this time an uncharacteristic fumble from Neuer - allowing Gibson this time to score with a low driven shot following a Nani pass.
If Neuer’s man-of-the-match performance in the first leg added £5 million to his value, this game must have knocked that right back off as the Germany keeper looked dodgy on crosses and even lost his temper with Valencia after some mild nudging at a corner, shoving the United winger in the style of Jens Lehmann.
Three minutes after United’s second though Schalke pulled one back, and while the hosts’ goals were direct results of mistakes Jurado’s strike was unstoppable and brilliant, connecting perfectly after Uchida’s cross came off Rafael to land nicely for the Spanish midfielder.
After a tense opening the game was taking the shape of an exhibition match as both sides attacked with abandon, Valencia guilty of hesitating as United broke from kick-off, taking enough time to decide whether to round Neuer or not that Benedikt Hoewedes was able to clear his finish off the line.
Despite having 4-1 aggregate lead, United appeared a touch rattled by that and briefly lost their cool as Paul Scholes, Anderson and Gibson all entered the book respectively for some needless incidents.
Ralf Ragnick made a brave half-time change, bringing striker on Edu, and the Germans begun the half well enough as Raul surprisingly opted not to finish with his weaker right when Jurado played him in. Farfan’s subsequent shot was blocked.
Neuer showed his usual form with a super one-handed stop from Anderson, while Chris Smalling was a yard offside when he netted a tap-in following a brilliantly-executed short corner routine.
Seconds later they did make it 3-1 as, at the second attempt, Anderson drilled a vicious low finish past Neuer after excellent work from Nani on the right.
The Brazilian, who played in the last Champions League final for United in 2009, staked a claim for a place in this season’s rematch with Barcelona when he tapped home a second from close range after an unselfish assist from Berbatov, who is set to miss out for the biggest game but put in a superb shift despite being sparingly used of late.
United were 4-1 ahead with a quarter of an hour left and they were enjoying themselves, substitute Michael Owen denied by an excellent Neuer save and Patrice Evra, also from the bench, volleying wide; for Schalke their own sub Klaas-Jan Huntelaar was disallowed a late consolation for offside after Van der Sar did well to keep out Edu’s drive.
The match was long won though as United saved their legs for the weekend - welcoming a return from illness for Darren Fletcher - and Ferguson plotted revenge for the 2-0 defeat to the watching Pep Guardiola’s Barca two years ago.

News & Pictures from:
Reda Maher / Eurosport

Champions League - Manchester United v Schalke: LIVE - Yahoo! Eurosport

Champions League - Manchester United v Schalke: LIVE - Yahoo! Eurosport

Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati: Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati 11

Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati: Hikayat Cinta Si Pematah Hati 11

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

RON97 fuel – RM2.90 per liter as of 5th May 2011

RON97 fuel – RM2.90 per liter as of 5th May 2011

Pion oh Pion 16 | Diari Hati

Pion oh Pion 16 | Diari Hati

Best-paid Sports Star In 182 Countries!!!





ESPN Magazine has compiled a list of the best-paid sports stars from 182 different countries - and Lee Chong Wei tops the list for Malaysia....

See the list for each country below. All figures in US dollars.


$1 = £0.606651 GBP

Albania: Lorik Cana (Football) $2,500,000
Algeria: Nadir Belhadj (Football) $2,779,000
American Samoa: Domata Peko (American football) $2,950,000
Andorra: Ildefons Lima (Football) $531,822
Angola: Manucho (Football) $865,579
Argentina: Carlos Tevez (Football) $19,000,000
Armenia: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Football) $360,000
Australia: Andrew Bogut (Basketball) $11,050,000
Austria: Thomas Vanek (Ice hockey) $6,400,000
Azerbaijan: Aleksandr Samedov (Football) $1,287,000
Bahrain: Abdullah Omar Ismail (Football) $202,086
Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan (Cricket) $425,000
Belarus: Alexander Hleb (Football) $3,300,000
Belgium: Vincent Kompany (Football) $5,340,000
Benin: Stephane Sessegnon (Football) $2,800,000
Bermuda: Reggie Lambe (Football) $480,000
Bolivia: Marcelo Moreno (Football) $883,449
Bosnia: Edin Dzeko (Football) $8,470,000
Botswana: Mogogi Gabonamong (Football) $354,000
Brazil: Felipe Massa (Motorsports) $17,052,632
Brunei: Darussalam Craig Adams (Ice hockey) $550,000
Bulgaria: Dimitar Berbatov (Football) $6,700,000
Burkina Faso: Charles Kabore (Football) $1,118,000
Burundi: Saidi Ntibazonkiza (Football) $315,000
Cameroon: Samuel Eto'o (Football) $8,000,000
Canada: Jason Bay (Baseball) $18,125,000
Cape Verde: Cafu (Football) $287,000
Central African Republic: Eloge Enza Yanissi (Football) $206,000
Chad: Misdongarde Betoligar (Football) $21,500
Chile: Mark Gonzalez (Football) $9,324,958
China: Yao Ming (Basketball) $17,700,000
Colombia: Juan Pablo Montoya (Motorsports) $5,088,410
Comoros: Kassim Abdallah (Football) $120,000
Cook Islands: Stan Wright (Rugby Union) $204,000
Costa Rica: Bryan Ruiz (Football) $1,720,828
Ivory Coast: Yaya Toure (Football) $18,200,000
Croatia: Luka Modric (Football) $4,900,000
Cuba: Yuniesky Betancourt (Baseball) $4,300,000
Curaçao: Jair Jurrjens (Baseball) $3,250,000
Cyprus: Constandinos Charalambides (Football) $1,589,000
Czech Republic: Petr Cech (Football) $7,400,000
Dem. Rep. of the Congo: Herita Ilunga (Football) $2,730,000
Denmark: Daniel Agger (Football) $4,500,000
Djibouti: Ismail Ahmed Kadar Hassan (Football) $51,500
Dominican Republic: Alfonso Soriano (Baseball) $19,000,000
Ecuador: Antonio Valencia (Football) $6,361,983
Egypt (Tie): Mohammed Zidan (Football) $2,580,000 and Mohamed Abu Treika (Football) $2,580,000
El Salvador: Arturo Alvarez (Football) $201,922
England: Lewis Hamilton (Motorsports) $18,473,684
Equatorial Guinea: Rodolfo Bodipo (Football) $430,000
Eritrea: Zersenay Tadese (Track and field) $340,000
Estonia: Ragnar Klavan (Football) $2,006,000
Ethiopia: Tilahun Regassa (Track and field) $318,250
Faroe Islands: Christian Holst (Football) $1,630,000
Fiji: Vijay Singh (Golf) $1,334,262
Finland: Kimi Raikkonen (Motorsports) $26,333,333
France: Franck Ribery (Football) $14,100,000
French GuianaL: Florent Malouda (Football) $3,441,823
Gabon: Daniel Cousin (Football) $645,000
Gambia: Ousman Jallow (Football) $314,000
Georgia: Zaza Pachulia (Basketball) $4,251,250
Germany: Dirk Nowitzki (Basketball) $17,278,618
Ghana: Michael Essien (Football) $5,500,000
Greece: Theodoros Papaloukas (Basketball) $4,400,000
Greenland: Jesper Gronkjaer (Football) $923,440
Guadeloupe: Mickael Pietrus (Basketball) $5,300,000
Guatemala: Carlos Ruiz (Football) $306,670
Guinea: Ibrahima Yattara (Football) $717,000
Guinea-Bissau: Almami Moreira (Football) $573,000
Haiti: Samuel Dalembert (Basketball) $12,200,000
Honduras: David Suazo (Football) $5,716,476
Hungary: Zoltan Gera (Football) $2,970,000
Iceland: Eidur Gudjohnsen (Football) $2,538,000
India: Ms Dhoni (Cricket) $1,800,000
Indonesia: Bambang Pamungkas (Football) $160,000
Iran: Hamed Haddadi (Basketball) $1,600,000
Iraq: Nashat Akram (Football) $900,000
Ireland: John O'Shea (Football) $6,800,000
Israel: Yossi Benayoun (Football) $6,859,267
Italy: Valentino Rossi (Motorcycling) $20,800,000
Jamaica: Ricardo Gardner (Football) $2,613,074
Japan: Ichiro Suzuki (Baseball) $18,000,000
Jordan: Odai Al-Saify (Football) $145,000
Kazakhstan: Nik Antropov (Ice hockey) $3,750,000
Kenya: McDonald Mariga (Football) $1,300,000
Kuwait: Bader Al-Mutwa (Football) $400,000
Kyrgyzstan: Mirlan Murzaev (Football) $150,000
Latvia: Andris Biedrins (Basketball) $9,000,000
Lebanon: Youssef Mohamad (Football) $1,074,839
Lesotho: Lehlohonolo Seema (Football) $34,300
Liberia: Sekou Oliseh (Football) $573,000
Libya: Tariq El Taib (Football) $1,130,000
Liechtenstein: Martin Stocklasa (Football) $978,800
Lithuania: Linas Kleiza (Basketball) $4,995,000
Luxembourg: Andy Schleck road bicycle racing $2,700,000
Macedonia: Goran Pandev (Football) $4,250,000
Madagascar: Anicet Andrianantenaina (Football) $86,000
Malawi: Tamika Mkandawire (Football) $571,000
Malaysia: Lee Chong Wei (Badminton) $106,000
Mali: Frederic Kanoute (Football) $8,600,000
Malta: Michael Mifsud (Football) $1,142,000
Martinique: Ronny Turiaf (Basketball) $4,000,000
Mauritania: Pascal Gourville (Football) $353,000
Mauritius: Diallo Guidileye (Football) $313,000
Mexico: Jorge De La Rosa (Baseball) $10,000,000
Moldova: Alexandru Epureanu (Football) $1,433,000
Mongolia: Hakuho (Sumo)$400,000
Montenegro: Mirko Vucinic (Football) $6,020,000
Morocco: Marouane Chamakh (Football) $4,247,000
Mozambique: Mate Simao Junior (Football) $516,000
Northern Ireland: Graeme McDowell (Golf) $5,176,586
Namibia: Collin Benjamin (Football) $1,000,000
Nepal: Santosh Sahukhala (Football) $8,430
Netherlands: Nigel De Jong (Football) $10,500,000
New Caledonia: Frederic Piquionne (Football) $2,972,339
New Zealand: Russell Coutts (Yachting) $10,000,000
Nicaragua: Vicente Padilla (Baseball) $2,000,000
Niger: Alhassane Issoufou (Football) $200,000
Nigeria: John Mikel Obi (Football) $5,800,000
Niue: Michael Junior Jackson (Track and field) $5,000
North Korea (Tie): An Yong-Hak (Football) $619,107 Jong Tae-Se (Football) $619,107
Norway: John Carew (Football) $4,500,000
Oman: Ali Al Habsi (Football) $3,000,000
Pakistan: Shahid Afridi (Cricket) $136,000
Palestine: Fadi Lafi (Football) $65,000
Panama: Carlos Lee (Baseball) $19,000,000
Papua New Guinea: Nev Costigan rugby league $216,667
Paraguay: Roque Santa Cruz (Football) $7,668,947
Peru: Claudio Pizarro (Football) $5,448,894
Philippines: Manny Pacquiao (Boxing) $32,000,000
Poland: Robert Kubica (Motorsports) $10,657,895
Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo (Football) $19,500,000
Puerto Rico: Carlos Beltran (Baseball) $19,325,436
Qatar: Sebastian Soria Quintana (Football) $391,000
Republic of the Congo: Christopher Samba (Football) $3,000,000
Romania: Cristian Chivu (Football) $5,013,000
Russia: Andrei Kirilenko (Basketball) $17,822,187
Rwanda: Olivier Karekezi (Football) $52,000
Samoa: David Tua (Boxing) $500,000
San Marino: Aldo Simoncini (Football) $172,000
Saudi Arabia: Mohammed Noor (Football) $1,200,000
Scotland: Darren Fletcher (Football) $5,000,000
Senegal: DeSagana Diop (Basketball) $6,478,600
Serbia: Peja Stojakovic (Basketball) $15,602,138
Seychelles: Michael Mancienne (Football) $2,100,000
Sierra Leone: Madieu Williams (American football) $2,974,000
Singapore: Mardan Mamat (Golf) $500,609
Slovakia: Marian Hossa (Ice hockey) $7,900,000
Slovenia: Anze Kopitar (Ice hockey) $6,000,000
Somalia: Abdisalam Ibrahim (Football) $340,000
South Africa: Ernie Els (Golf) $5,347,012
South Korea: Ji-Sung Park (Football) $4,700,000
Spain: Fernando Alonso (Motorsports) $22,736,842
Sri Lanka: Mahela Jayawardene (Cricket) $1,500,000
Sudan: Luol Deng (Basketball) $11,355,850
Suriname: Clarence Seedorf (Football) $4,000,000
Swaziland: Tony Tsabedze (Football) $212,000
Sweden: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Football) $12,700,000
Switzerland: Roger Federer (Tennis) $7,698,289
Syria: Sanharib Malki (Football) $400,000
Tahiti: Fabrice Santoro (Tennis) $19,500
Taiwan: Hong-Chih Kuo (Baseball) $2,725,000
Tajikistan: Farkhod Vasiev (Football) $145,000
Tanzania: Hasheem Thabeet (Basketball) $4,793,280
Thailand: Thongchai Jaidee (Golf) $1,400,000
Togo: Emmanuel Adebayor (Football) $11,900,000
Tonga: Chris Kemoeatu (American football) $2,369,000
Trinidad And Tobago: Anthony Herrera (American football) $1,425,000
Tunisia: Karim Haggui (Football) $820,000
Turkey: Hedo Turkoglu (Basketball) $9,800,000
UAE: Ismail Matar (Football) $360,000
Uganda: Mathias Kiwanuka (American football) $1,776,000
Ukraine: Vitali Klitschko (Boxing) $6-8M
Uruguay: Diego Forlan (Football) $7,169,746
U.S. Virgin Islands: Tim Duncan (Basketball) $18,700,000
USA: Alex Rodriguez (Baseball) $32,000,000
Uzbekistan: Maksim Shatskikh (Football) $120,000
Venezuela: Johan Santana (Baseball) $21,644,707
Vietnam: Lee Nguyen (Football) $180,000
Wales: Ryan Giggs (Football) $6,300,000
Zambia: Chris Katongo (Football) $315,300
Zimbabwe Benjani Mwaruwari (Football) $3,405,584


Eurosport

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Suami Yang Kubenci: Suami yang Kubenci 62 ( Episod Akhir )


Suami Yang Kubenci: Suami yang Kubenci 62 ( Episod Akhir )

iPad 2 & its Competitors!!!

iPad 2 & its Competitors!!!

Let see the comparison......



iPad 2 : Official Price In Malaysia!!!



iPad 2 : Official Price In Malaysia!!!



WiFi
16GB: iPad RM1,549 — iPad 2 RM1,499
32GB: iPad RM1,849 — iPad 2 RM1,799
64GB: iPad RM2,149 — iPad 2 RM2,099

3G
16GB: iPad RM1,999 — iPad 2 RM1,899
32GB: iPad RM2,299 — iPad 2 RM2,199
64GB: iPad RM2,599 — iPad 2 RM2,499

Latest Proton Tuah (Persona R) Prototype Spy-Shoot!!!

This is the picture from paultan.org










Latest Proton Tuah (Persona R) Prototype Spy-Shoot!!!



Credit to paultan.org... For more information , you can go to paultan.org

Suami Yang Kubenci: Suami yang Kubenci 61 (Pra-Ending)

Suami Yang Kubenci: Suami yang Kubenci 61 (Pra-Ending)

Monday, May 2, 2011

Anda,Syaitan & Al-Quran




Kongsi2.. jgn simpan sorang2 sbb dengar cakap setan

1)Ketika anda membawa Al-Quran, respon syaitan ialah biasa-biasa saja…tengok je..

2)Ketika anda membukanya, syaitan mulai curiga.

3)Ketika anda membacanya, dia resah dan gelisah.

4)Ketika anda memahaminya, dia mula terkejang-kejang

5)Ketika anda mengamalkan Al-Quran dlm kehidupan setiap hari. Dia stroke. …………

Teruskan membaca Al-Quran & mengamalkannya agar syaitan terus stroke .

Ketika anda ingin menyebarkan pesanan ini, syaitan pun mencegahnya. Syaitan kata “jgn SEBARKAN, kerana ia tidak penting langsung !”

SEBAR2KAN LAH~~ Jangan dengar bisikan syaitan. Klik like jika anda pengguna FB.

Osama bin Laden is dead, Obama announces!!!

Osama bin Laden is dead, Obama announces!!!






Osama bin Laden, the criminal mastermind behind al-Qaida and the world's most sought-after terrorist since the attacks of 11 September 2001, has been killed by a US operation, President Barack Obama has announced.

In an address to the nation, President Obama said Bin Laden was killed in a "targeted operation" in Abbottabad, a highland town north of Islamabad, last night.

The operation started with an intelligence lead last August, and culminated in an operation involving a "small team of Americans". "After a firefight they killed bin Laden."

None of the Americans was killed. Pakistani co-operation "helped to lead us to him" he said.

Osama's body is in possession of the US, according to the first leaks of reporting from the US television networks.

As the news spread, crowds gathered outside the gates of the White House in Washington DC, singing the national anthem and cheering.

President Obama made the highly unusual Sunday night live statement to announce the news at around 11.30pm eastern time.

Bin Laden's capture comes eight years to the day that President George Bush declared "mission accomplished" in Iraq. As president, Bush declared he wanted bin Laden "dead or alive" – but it is now the unlikely figure of Barack Obama who has been able to announce the final triumph as US commander-in-chief.

This is a turning point in the global "war on terrorism" that has been waged since 9/11 – and the news will reverberate around the world.

The news comes as an unparalleled boost for US foreign policy, the key aim of which since 2001 has been the disarming and dismemberment of al-Qaida, and coincidentally probably ensures the re-election of Obama in 2012.

As a candidate during the 2008 election campaign, Obama repeatedly vowed: "We will kill Osama bin Laden." And so it has proved.

The Obama statement was scheduled originally for 10.30pm, but the need to inform US congressional leaders caused the delay.

In the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, one western diplomat described the news as a "game changer" – not just for al-Qaida, but also for US foreign policy in Pakistan and Afghanistan, a region embroiled in turmoil and violence since 2001.

"I'm overjoyed," said the diplomat. "But what this exactly means is really not clear."

Some analysts fear bin Laden's death could spark a precipitous US withdrawal from the region, with the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan still unresolved.

It will likely also reconfigure relations with Pakistan, where the CIA is engaged in a controversial assassination campaign against senior al-Qaida figures using Predator and Reaper drones.

"He's dead," said an official with Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence, declining to give details other than to say that it was "highly sensitive intelligence operation".

The official said he was "not at liberty" to give further details on the killing, including on reports that Pakistani intelligence was involved in the operation. "We'll release more information later this morning," he said.

Abbottabad is about two hours' drive north of Islamabad, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is not part of the tribal belt, where the CIA drone strike campaign has been concentrated, but is home to the Pakistan military's main training institution, the Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul.

The fact that bin Laden was killed outside the tribal belt in Pakistan will raise questions about how the six-foot four-inch fugitive, one of the most famous faces in the world, managed to escape justice for so long.

Pakistan's intelligence services have largely co-operated with the US in capturing al-Qaida fugitives - some of the most notorious figures seized since 2001 were caught in Pakistan's cities such as the architect of 9/11, Khalid Sheikh Muhammad.

But in recent months US military and intelligence officials have publicly complained that the ISI has been assisting the Haqqani network, an al-Qaida-linked militant network that straddles the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk

Mari Cuba Try Test!!!


Jom kite tension kjap... =)

1- erm,nk cakap sikit dekat awak.. baca NO 5
2- Mmmm..cmnar na cakap? baca je la NO 8
3- na tahu ekh? ermm , baca NO 9
4- huh, drpd pening baek baca jap NO 15
5- cmna ek na cakap.. NO 17 je k..
6- kite nk ckp skrang tapi lebeh baek baca NO 16
7- kite akan ckp tp baca dulu NO 2
8- yg kite nk ckp neh simple ja..tp baca dlu NO 4 k?
9- tak payah la b’debar2 cm2..cume baca jap NO 18
10- Blom lg la..baca NO 19 ye..
11- da pnt ke? Baca jap NO 13
12- sbnrnye kite nk ckp kalau...(ah baca no 3 la)
13- tggal sikit ja lg bce NO 20
14- argh,pnt nih..bce NO 1
15- adush,dah pning dh ni.. baca la NO 6
16- laa, masih tak phm lg ka? Baca NO 12
17- ades, nk ckp nih..baca NO 7
18- kite ta tahu klu awk paham..tlg baca NO 10
19. Baca NO 11 dgn tenang ye..nanty awk akan tahu..
20- okex okex,skg kite ckp..bce NO 14, tp slow2 ja k. .

moral of the value : Innallaha ma'as sobiriin... (^^,)

dreamer cap creamer: Kampung Girl [15]

dreamer cap creamer: Kampung Girl [15]

Android Diagram


Android Diagram!!!

Google's Android now has more free apps than Apple's iPhone - TechSpot News

Google's Android now has more free apps than Apple's iPhone - TechSpot News

Hang Tuah tak lulus SPM (utara)!!!

Hang Tuah cakap Kedah tak lulus SPM!!!

KANGEN BAND-Kembali Pulang

KANGEN BAND-Kembali Pulang With Lyric!!!





Lirik Lagu Kangen Band Kembali Pulang

bintang terlihat terang
saat dirimu datang
cinta yang dulu hilang
kini kembali pulang
*courtesy of LirikLaguIndonesia.net
lihatlah dia mulai bernyanyi
coba merangkai mimpi
cinta yang dulu pergi
kini datang kembali

wajahmu mengingatku
dengan kekasihku dulu
wajahmu mengingatkan
dengan masa laluku

reff:
kekasih yang dulu hilang
kini dia tlah kembali pulang
akan ku bawa dia terbang
damai bersama bintang

kekasih yang dulu hilang
kini dia tlah kembali pulang
betapa senang ku dendangkan
dan takkan ku lepaskan

wajahmu mengingatkanku
dengan kekasihku dulu
wajahmu mengingatkanku
dengan masa laluku

repeat reff [2x]

Ameng SPRING - Romantis

Ameng SPRING - Romantis With Lyric!!!



Lirik Lagu Romantis – Spring


Bagaimana
Harus kita meneruskan
Percintaan yang terluka
Masa lalu

Andainya kau sendirian
Dan kau masih lagi mencariku
Di sini aku menanti mu

Kenangi saat indah kau dan aku
Waktu itu hidup kita romantisnya
Kita pun berlari-lari mengejar ombak
Di pantai kasih
Akhirnya aku kau tinggalkan

( 1 )
Sejarah cintaku yang lalu oh…
Hanyalah ujian bagimu
Seandainya kau perlukan aku
Ku masih ada di sini
Seandainya aku tiada lagi
Simpanlah cintaku
Di dadamu oh… sayang

Cuba kau ingat kembali
Masa lalu
Kasihku teguh buatmu
Walaupun terluka namun ku bersabar
Dan masih menyayangi

Andainya kau ada yang lain
Waktu ini
Apalah dayaku lagi
Terpaksalah aku membawa diriku
Dan hanya Tuhan saja yang mengerti

( ulang dari 1 )

Kalau aku mengelamun sendirian
Berderai airmata di pipiku
Kerana terlalu pilunya hatiku
Kau pergi dariku tanpa pesan
Di sudut hatiku yang terluka ini
Terpahat namamu
Kaulah kekasih

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Fotograf - Jangan Kau Ucap Selamat Tinggal

Fotograf - Jangan Kau Ucap Selamat Tinggal With Lyric!!!


Jangan Kau Ucap Selamat Tinggal
Artist: Fotograf


Seindah sinar pagi
Ku pancarkan sinar ini
Semoga bersinar di hatimu

Selembut angin malam
Terhembus kasih untukmu
Hingga terbayang wajahmu
Percayalah sayangku
Hanya engkau ku cinta
Tak pernah aku berubah hati

Semakin hari (sayang)
Semakin hangatnya cinta
Sehingga membakar di kalbu

Jangan kau ucap selamat tinggal
Pada diriku yang setia
Tak sanggup aku untuk berpisah
Inginku hidup bersama
Cintaku hanya untukmu
Setiap hari kau ku rindu

Country Radio Stations - Free Internet Radio

Country Radio Stations - Free Internet Radio

Saab to be rescued by Chinese and Russian investors?

Saab to be rescued by Chinese and Russian investors?