Friday, 7 May 2010

UK General Election 2010: Special Edition

Alhamdulillah.. alhamdulillah.. alhamdulillah..

Usai melaksanakan tugasan menghantar 5 esei yang jumlah keseluruhan lebih kurang 7 000 perkataan. Ai ai ai.. Hu3..

Lepas pulang dari berbasikal mengelilingi Taman Dunkirk Jaya, saya bersantai dan menghiburkan hati melihat gambar-gambar menarik sepanjang pilihanraya UK. Mahu kongsikan dengan anda juga! Harap dapat menghiburkan hati yang duka nestapa. Apa pun, kalau boleh, janganlah gelak mengilai atau terbahak-bahak ye.. Sebab..

فَلْيَضْحَكُواْ قَلِيلاً وَلْيَبْكُواْ كَثِيرًا جَزَآءً بِمَا كَانُواْ يَكْسِبُونَ
Oleh itu hendaklah mereka ketawa sedikit (di dunia ini) dan mereka akan menangis banyak (di akhirat kelak), sebagai balasan bagi apa yang mereka telah usahakan. (Surah at-Taubah:82)

DAN

Ja'far bin Auf dari Mas'ud dari Auf bin Abdullah berkata:
"Biasa Nabi Muhammad Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wasallam tidak tertawa melainkan senyum sahaja dan tidak menoleh kecuali dengan wajahnya." (Yakni tidak suka meleret)

Semoga terhibur :)


"I agree with Nick." A toddler mirrors the Liberal Democrat leader's body language at
Community Church at Greenway in Bristol.
The best picture ever! Cute:)


A Conservative Party handout of their latest General Election campaign poster.


A child gestures as Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg speaks to the media during a visit to the Palace Project community centre in Streatham, South London.


The front page of the Tuesday May 4 edition of the Lynn News featuring comments and a photo of Labour's North West Norfolk candidate Manish Sood. The Labour parliamentary candidate dubbed Gordon Brown the worst prime minister Britain has had.


Phil Paine of Brighton, East Sussex, makes his feelings about the General Election known.


A young guitarist appears uninterested as he sits between Take That singer and composer Gary Barlow and Conservative Party leader David Cameron, as he addresses an audience at Brine Leas High School in Nantwich.


Members of the Fathers 4 Justice group, wearing David Cameron masks, march through Witney, Oxon, the constituency of the Conservative leader.


Conservative Party leader David Cameron, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Prime Minister Gordon Brown take part in the third and final televised party leaders' debate in Birmingham.

The picture of candidates for UK Prime Minister post!




Sesungguhnya solatku, ibadahku, hidupku,dan matiku hanya semata-mata bagi Allah, Tuhan semesta alam. Nur Suhaila ZulkifliNottingham.

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