Umbrella Canot Stop….!

Umbrella cannot stop the Rain, But makes us Stand in the Rain,

Confidence may not Bring Success, But it gives power to face any challenge in the Life!!!


We Call It Malakand…

Clear Blue Sky, Few Dark Clouds Generating gentle Cool Breeze, Soft sun Rays, Singing Birds, Tress with Newly Born Leaves, Flower Loaded Trees, Lush Green Pine Hills, Wheat Crop Dancing in the Fields, Fresh water Streams and a lot more, People call it JANNAT But we Call it MALAKAND…


The Internet is a collection of million of computers around the world that are all connected to one another. It is global network of computers. These computers are connected through different telecommunication links, Fiber optic lines, Satellites and wireless connection.
The Internet is used to find information stored on the computers called host or servers that are part of the Internet. More than one-half billion users in the world use the Internet for different purposes.
The Internet began in 1969, as an experimental four Computer network called ARPA net (Advance research project agencies network) which was designed by the U.S Defense Department so that research scientists could communicate. In approximately two years, ARPA net grew to about two dozen sites and by 1981, consisted of more than two hundred sites, In 1990, ARPA net was officially renamed and the network, which consisted of hundred of sites, came to be known as Internet After a while, commercial organization began to recognize the use of such a network, which converted the whole world into a “Global Village” and allowed almost instant access to business or commerce data and a host of other service such as e-mail and e-commerce.

· To access information, news, research, and educational material.
· To conduct business.
· To access sources of entertainment such as on-line games, magazines etc.
· To shop for goods and services.
· To meet and talk with people around the world in discussion groups or chat room.
· To access other computer and exchange files.
· To send messages and receive messages from other connected users.
No Government and organization is the owner of Internet many people, organization, universities and research agencies participate to run the Internet.

1: Information Search
Internet contains information on all types of topics. People can search information on any topic. Search engines are used to search information on Internet.
2: Email
Email is an inexpensive and fast ways of communication. It is used to send messages, pictures and files from one part of the world to another part.
3: Online Shopping
People can buy and sell goods on Internet and payment can be made using credit card number etc.
4: News
Most newspapers have their websites. Latest news and interview are provided on these websites.
5: Entertainment
Internet provides a lot of entertainment to the people. The user can play online games, listen songs, watch movies and live match etc.
6: Encyclopedia Publisher
Online encyclopedias are available. You can find detailed information on any topic in the world.
7: Fast Communication
Internet is a way of fast communication. People can communicate with one another in less time from any part of the world.
1: Hacking
Hacking is one of the most important disadvantages of Internet. The
Hackers access the data stored on the computers across the Internet.
They can use this data illegally or even destroy it.
2: Immorality
Internet contains a large number of immoral websites. These websites
Contains such material that is against the moral values of our society.
These websites are damaging character of young people.
3: Security Problems
Internet has created many security problems. Important data can be hacked on The Internet. Hackers also damage different websites and delete their contents. They also retrieve critical data of different organization and governments.
4: Virus
Internet if the most important source of spreading computer Viruses. People spread Viruses using Internet and emails. Many websites also contain different viruses that are copied to the computers when the users download data from these websites.
5: Wastage Of Time
Many people use Internet without any positive purpose. The young
People waste their time in chatting. It effects their performance and
makes them inefficient.


Hajj is the fifth Pillar of Islam and another form of worship. It is an annual pilgrimage to the holy sites in Mecca which each adult Muslim, who can afford it, has to perform once in life time. Apart from the financial aspect, the ability to afford the pilgrimage also means that one is able to travel and perform the Hajj in peace.

Muslims perform Hajj in order to visit for themselves the holy sites where their faith started. More importantly it is a pilgrimage to the Ka’aba, which we believe is the first place of worship ever built on this earth, Muslims thus refer to it as House of God. The ceremony of Hajj is also symbolic of the Unity of God; all Muslims gather from four corners of the earth in one spot at an appointed time and worship God. There are no difficulties to perform Hajj apart from the obvious financial commitment in order to travel to Mecca. That is the reason why, strictly speaking, Hajj is only obligatory to those who have fulfilled all their worldly needs and have no pressing commitments left and indeed can afford the passage to Mecca.

It is a Muslim belief that God is everywhere and He answers those who truly seek Him. In this respect indeed going to a particular place to seek the pleasure and nearness to God is not the issue. However, it is the physical presence of being in the holiest of the holy places for the Muslim faith and indeed the congregational worship with millions of other fellow Muslims that leaves an indelible mark on the spiritual life of a person. It is a most supreme form of worship and is most desirable to God.

During Hajj, the person who intends to perform it is required to travel to Mecca during the prescribed days and observe all the rites and ceremonies. During Hajj Muslims from all corners of the world gather in Mecca and perform the rites of Hajj and thus strengthen the bond of Muslim unity.

During Hajj each place brings to mind some event of the blessed life of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings on him). It refreshes the memory of the supreme sacrifices made by the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings on him) for the sake of Islam.


Zakat (Alms giving) is a part of devotion enjoined upon Muslims by the Holy Quran. It is a means where the well-off pay a set amount of their wealth. Zakat means to purify oneself. It is obligatory on Muslims to pay a little percentage of their accumulated wealth towards Zakat, which is used for the benefit of the needy and the poor. Zakat is not levied on one’s property that is in personal use, rather on the assets which have a means of increasing and which are surplus to one’s needs. It is a means of social justice and order. It teaches sympathy of the highest order.


Along with salat, another important form of worship is fasting. It is obligatory for each Muslim, apart from some exemptions, to fast in the month of Ramadhan. During the hours of fasting, food and drink and conjugal relations between husband and wife are forbidden. It is enjoined that during fasting one should pay attention to remembrance of God and study the Holy Quran in abundance. One should try to curtail one’s worldly pastimes as much as possible during Ramadhan, and to be particularly inclined towards charity and alms giving.

Human life is dependent on food and drink and the continuation of the human race depends on the marital relationship. While fasting one refrains from them both, as if bearing witness to God that for His pleasure man gives up the factors (temporarily) upon which his very existence depends. The various other benefits of fasting are that man gets to exercise sacrificing physical comfort and to endure hunger and thirst. Fasting creates a sense of equality between the rich and the poor. By developing an appreciation of hunger and thirst, it makes the well-off think of the needs of the poor and impresses a feeling of compassion in their hearts. It makes them appreciate, through the practicality of it, the state a human being endures when hungry and thirsty. Ramadhan is a most effective and excellent means of spiritual development for mankind.


Salat is one of the five pillars of Islam, it is a most important constituent of the faith. It is prayer of a very high level. The Holy Quran repeatedly enjoins the offering of salat and indeed declares it to be a fundamental trait of a believer. The benefits of salat are countless. The Holy Quran says:
“And enjoin Prayer on thy people, and be constant therein. We ask thee not for provision; it is We that provide for thee. And the end is for the righteous”.
Salat strengthens man’s spiritual faculties. It is the best way to form a relationship with one’s Creator. It purifies one’s spirit, and through it, constant remembrance of Allah delivers one of the self that incites to evil.
God created man to worship Him and salat is the most excellent kind of worship.
The Holy Quran also says:
“Recite that which has been revealed to thee of the Book, and observe Prayer. Surely, Prayer restrains one from indecency and manifest evil, and remembrance of Allah indeed is the greatest virtue. And Allah knows what you do.” (29:46)
Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, relates that he heard the Holy Prophet, peace and blessings be on him, say:
“Tell me if one of you had a stream running at his door and he should take a bath in it five times every day would any dirt be left upon him? He was answered: No dirt would be left on him. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be on him) observed: This is the case of the five prayers. Allah wipes out all faults in consequence of them.” (Bukhari)
As for the punishment of not observing the salat, all matters of reward and punishment rest solely with Allah. 
Jabir, may Allah be pleased with him, relates that he heard the Holy Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, say:
“Giving up prayer is tantamount to disbelief and associating partners with Allah.” (Muslim)
Five Daily Prayers
Salat, the obligatory Muslim prayer, is said at appointed time fixed in relation to the sun’s position. The time of Fajr, the morning prayer begins at dawn and ends just before sunrise. The time of Zuhr, the midday prayer, begins after the sun has crossed the zenith point and has begun to decline. The Asr prayer is said when the sun has further advanced in decline, in the late afternoon. The time of the Maghrib prayer begins immediately after sunset. It lasts till dusk. The Isha prayer can be said after dusk has finally disappeared, giving way to darkness of the night.Fajr     Zuhr     Asr     Maghrib     Isha’