Irshadian Explorer Holiday Programme

2 12 2009

Yesterday , Irshadian Explorer team had conducting a English camp for form four student. To know more please wait for another post!!



11 11 2009

New file to download (at last!)

30 10 2009

Irshadian Explorer 20th issue!

1.Contents and pictures in colors!

2.Clearer picture and writings!

3.All in small pdf file

Please go to download section for more information!

Contribute your articles to us!

18 10 2009

Do you want to see your writing Irshadian Explorer? Do not hesitate to send your article to us! Please contact our editor, Muhammad Izuddin (4IS) and Muhammad Aiman (4IS) or E-mail your article directly to email us at

All people around the world are eligible to contribute articles . However, the contribution of students and former students SMKA Al-Irshad highly encouraged.

September Wrap-up

30 09 2009

This is a post that indicates the stats of this blog. On the first month of the blog operation (August), there were 85 views.

The analysis for this month (Septermber2009)

There were 165 views on this month. There is an increase in the number of views between August and September. The percentages of increase is +28.46%. That means this is the busiest month in the record.

Weekly analysis.

On the first week of September, we have 10 views. The second week of September, we have 12 views and the percentages of increase was +20.00%. The number of views keeps increasing on the third week that was 62 views and the percentages of increase was +416.67%! But suddenly, on the third week the number of views dropped to 45. The percentages of drop were 28.89%. Lastly, our reader shows their encourage by giving 58 views on the last week of this month. The percentages of increase are 129.31%. For your information, September 26 is the busiest day in our record that was 45 views per day.

Just for your information:

1. Today (30 September) is excluded from the averages because it’s not over yet.

2. We don’t count our own visits.

Join Our Poll

23 09 2009

Join our poll regarding the duit raya.

The question is , “Does duit raya is still relevant for the high school students?”

To answer the poll please click here or simply click the answers on the right sidebar.

The poll is eligible for the SMKA Al-Irshad students only

Thank you.


14 09 2009

“What should we think”, or the unwavering tone “What they don’t think?” and some fuzzy friends tested me, “Girl, who are ‘they’?” were apart of questions asked when I told them that we should think what they don’t.

We had been celebrating the 52-nd of Merdeka celebration in couple of days ago. And, I was glad that all Irshadian had proudly and consistently decorated their classes with flags and all the patriotic stuffs.Full stop. I mean, the significance of Merdeka was only decorating class? And, full stop?

Uatazah Salmah had once said, “You  are the selected students and you should act like a selected one.”I interpreted the word ‘selected’ as selected to born and live in Malaysia and the patriotism should not stop at the hanged-Malaysia-flags in most of the classes’ doors.

I went to Semporna, Sabah last April for Regatta Lepa-Lepa. I was there to discovered the lifestyle of the Bajau Laut community from East Malaysia, traditionally known as sea gypsies. On my way to Sabah, I thought that my six day fully-sponsored-vacation will be a journey of genuine custom—a journey where I can enjoy the untouched-pure-custom that lies along the South China Sea…

But nobody warned me that I was slightly wrong! Even the Bajau Laut who live far from the modern development, beginning to lose their identity. Hedonism is everywhere, social ills are seen at every inch of the Land, moral decays are not only in Penang or Kuala Lumpur but EVERYWHERE THOUGHOUT MALAYSIA…A circumstance that prove me that WE NEED TO START THINKING WHAT THEY DON’T!

They, are our friends! The teenagers or can I say the future leader of Malaysia? We should think that it is a must-obligation to sustain the victory of this young country. Malaysia desperately needs young community that survive from the unstopped westernisation. We are the next generation to lead country. Sayidina Ali r.a said that, ‘A nation’s triumph in the future rely on the teenagers today.’Looking at present condition, I concluded that we are (and will be) at stake!

Hrmm..if you do not start thinking and act like a selected one, if the patriotism hadn’t filled in our heart, what do you think will be in the future???

PS—I was thinking of celebrating the 100th Merdeka celebration with my cute grandchildren…Is that possible?

Prepared by : Nur Adilla Abd Rahim