Thursday, 2 April 2009

Delayed event Maal Hijrah

I have been waiting to post these videos for quite some time but couldn't get the time to finish them on time. Sometimes, we just didn't realize how fast time flies. No matter what we do, we never could turn back time. So use our time wisely for it is one of the things that we have to grab before it's gone; being healthy before we're sick, being young before we're old, being rich before we're poor, being free before we're busy, being alive before we're dead. This is a reminder for me especially but if it does remind you too, I am very glad.
The Malaysian in Cardiff are quite active and they held a lot of Islamic events such as the Eid, Maulidur Rasul, Asyura Day, Maal Hijrah and many more. We are quite blessed being here because there are currently 100 Malaysian families approximately not including the single undergraduate and postgraduate student. This number is only an estimated figure because it changes every year. For more information on cardiffkeluarga click here. The Halal food are very easy to get and there's no problem finding a mosque in the city. We also have a Malaysian School consists of about 50 children studying Bahasa Melayu, Arabic Language, Quranic literature, Iqra, Islamic Education, Martial Art, Malay dance, Nasheed and a few more. For more information on 'Sekolah Melayu Cardiff', click here.

Cymru is the Welsh name of Wales, one of the countries united in the UK besides Scotland, England and Northern Ireland. Cymru pronounced as 'KAMRI' is the name chosen by this nasheed group from the student of Cardiff University because of its uniqueness in the pronunciation and to mark the place they originated. As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff offers an exciting opportunity in education and lifestyle.

Allow me to introduce the team member of Cymru.
1. Syafeeq Ridzam - The vocalist (2nd year Medic)
2. Fayyadh - backup vocal (1st year Medic)
3. Aufa - Bongo (3rd year Engin)
4. Azad - Bass & Tambourine & Leader (4th year Engin)
5. Syafiq - Lead percussion & second solo (1st year Medic)
6. Ibrahim - percussionist (1st year Medic)

I would like to dedicate this appreciation to the photographer of the event; Haneef, the videoman; Islahuddin, Nasir and Wan for their endeavor. Not forgetting the organizer; Ustaz Sheikh Anuar Al-Hafeez for his inexorable exertion towards the betterment of all the members of 'cardiffkeluarga's iman. Thank you and may Allah bless you all forever.


mizzfarihah said...

pandai tul amin enterframe hihi =)

abuariffin said...

camna tau tu amin?