Friday, March 23, 2012
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Kurt Westergaard, lelaki yang melukis kartun Nabi Muhammad S.A.W dengan niat untuk menghina Islam suatu ketika dulu. Allah S.W.T telah bakar lelaki ini dalam api. Banyak cubaan untuk membunuh lelaki ini tetapi ramai yang mati ditembak oleh polis yang mengawal lelaki ini. Dengan kuasa Allah S.W.T, walaupun dijaga rapi oleh pihak polis. Api yang datang dari mana entah, membakar lelaki ini. AllahuAkbar! TOLONG SHARE GAMBAR INI SEKIRANYA ANDA SAYANG NABI MUHAMMAD S.A.W.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Friday, March 9, 2012
Kony 2012 is a film created by Invisible Children, Inc. which became a viral video. The film's purpose is to promote the charity's 'Stop Kony' movement to make indicted Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony internationally known in order to arrest him in 2012.
The film has spread virally. As of 9 March 2012, the film currently has over 14.4 million views on Vimeo, and over 58 million views on video-sharing website YouTube, with other viewing emanating from a central "Kony2012" website operated by Invisible Children. The intense exposure of the video caused the "Kony 2012" website to crash shortly after it began gaining widespread popularity. The video has also seen a number of celebrities endorsing the campaign including Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Christina Milian, Nicki Minaj, Bill Gates and Kim Kardashian. On April 20, 2012, as part of the campaign, supporters will put up posters promoting Kony 2012 in their home towns. Invisible Children offers posters from an online shop in an attempt to gain wider recognition on the issue. They have also created action kits that include campaign buttons, posters, bracelets, and stickers to help spread awareness.
The Invisible Children charity has been focused on obtaining the support of a select group of individuals in order to "help bring awareness to the horrific abuse and killing of children in the East and Central African countries at the hands of Kony and his leadership". This list included 20 "celebrity culture makers", such as George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Taylor Swift, and Ryan Seacrest.
The list also featured 12 "policy makers" that have "the power to keep U.S. government officials in Africa" in order to work toward the capture of Kony. This list includes former U.S. President George W. Bush and his Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (although their administration pursued a policy of hostility towards the International Criminal Court), and U.S. Senator and former presidential candidate John Kerry.