Bismika Allahuma wins Webmaster Malaysia Website Award

I entered Bismika Allahuma for the Webmaster Malaysia Website Awards for good design and quality content sometime ago, and the results show that the site has won the Platinum Award.

So voila, here it is.

Webmaster Malaysia Platinum Award Winner

I will place this in the Bismika Allahuma website very soon. Its an honour to have been considered for the award, and I thank the panel of judges for choosing it. We will strive to bring quality comparative religion material to the masses and in the process, bring about the eventual destruction of that pseudo-monotheist religion.

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    2. We happily announce to you the draw of 2009 Euro-Afro Asian Sweepstakes Lottery International Program held on the 30th December 2009 in United Kingdom. Your E-mail Adress attached to Lucky number: You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of US$750,000.00 (Seven hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars) in Cheque.
      All participants in this lottery program were selected randomly through a computer ballot system, drawn from individual email addresses from all search engines. Your e-mail address was picked by the automated computer ballot system, which has been programed for this random selection. This has eventually qualified you for the Winning.This promotional program takes place annually, and is promoted and sponsored by eminent personalities, Sultan of Brunei, Bill Gates of Micoroft Inc.With the support of European corporate companies and organizations to encourage the use of Internet and computers worldwide. in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03.
      YOUR ADDRESS HAS WON (750,000.00)

      Please note that your lucky winning unmber falls within our Asian representative’s booklet in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYISA as indicated in your file number: FA1305U-ID. In view of this, your $750,000.00USD Cheque would be released to you by Our Asian Fiduciary Agent, Our Asian Fiduciary Agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your Cheque as soon as you contact Barrister:AZIM MOHAMMED NGAN office in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA,
      Please contact Barrister AZIM MOHAMMED NGAN in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA, for your claim with the following details below to enable the speedy evaluation and processing of your winning.
      1 Name. 2 Home address. 3 Telephone Number. 4 Age and Occupation. 5 Lucky number. 6 Serial number. 7 File number. 8 Draw number.
      BARRISTER MOHAMMED AZIM NGAN
      E.A.A.S Inc. ASIAN FIDUCIARY AGENT
      E-mail:(barrimohdazim@live.com)
      TELEPHONE NUMBER : +60146431065.
      For security purposes and clarity we advice that you keep your winning informations confidential, and not to be disclosed to anyone until your claim have been fully processed and your winning Cheque delivered to you. BE WARNED!
      Your winning details can only be released to your fiduciary agent who will commence the process of your winning, This is to avoid wrong and double claim, it is also part of our security protocol to avoid unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous element.You are requested to contact Our Asian Fiduciary Agent in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA for your claim. Please note that you will make your claim but not later than one month and two weeks grace period from the date you received winning notification.
      In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications make sure that your winning details are quoted correctly in all correspondence. We advice that you adhere strictly to these procedures to avoid disqualifications and subsequent cancellation. The above detailed information will be absolutely necessary to facilitate the process of your winning Cheque.Once again! please Note that this winning is valid for(14)fourteen days and grace period of (5) five days, failure to issue claims after this period, your Cheque will be automatically voided.
      CONGRATULATIONS,
      Yours faithfully,
      E.A.A.S Lottery Headquarters,
      Euro-Afro Asian Sweepstakes Lottery Inc.
      Customer Service,580 N.Tenth Street,
      Sacrament, CA 85914,
      An Affiliate of Charity International.
      Arena Complex Km 18 Route de Rufisque,
      I.P.P Award Department,United Kingdom.

      DR. ALLEN SMITH,
      TEL: +447045715241
      FAX:+447011120601
      WEBSITE: http://www.virtualworlddirect.com
      DR. ALLEN SMITH

    3. I’m applying to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, UChicago, and Columbia. Can you please give my stats an honest review? Do you think I’ll get into at least one of these schools? Do you have any suggestions for improving my application? Thanks so much!
      Objective:
      •SAT I (breakdown):780CR/720M/800W(10E) I’m planning to retake in January.
      •SAT II: I’m aiming for a 780+ on world history, math II, and literature.
      •Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.99
      •Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): I don’t think my school ranks but if it did I’d be 1/9
      •AP (place score in parenthesis): School doesn’t offer A.P. courses, but it allows juniors and seniors to take the exams. I’ll be taking at least four exams this May (English literature, calculus BC, US history, and biology).
      •Senior Year Course Load: We don’t get to choose what courses we take, and there are no honors or accelerated courses. We’re given physics, calculus, technology, university preparation, Arabic II, Saudi Arabian history, geography, and culture, British literature, economics, civics, French III, and physical education.
      Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): No scholastic competitions that I can participate in take place at our school or in this country. However, I placed second in my school in the University of Toronto National Biology Competition and received a SABIC award for scholarly achievement in my sophomore year. I’m also on the High Honor Roll every semester.
      Subjective:
      •Extra-curriculars: I live in a highly restrictive sleepy town whose traditions and laws stand between girls and community involvement. Therefore, the activities I love tend to happen within school or in my house. Volleyball: varsity, intramurals, lunchtime, school tournament, after school, (varsity girls captain and setter, intramurals captain, most valuable player, tournament official) – 600 hours; Badminton: junior varsity, varsity, lunchtime, after school, summer (junior varsity and varsity girls captain, first seed) – 500 hours; Creative writing: websites, contests, poetry, publishing – 400 hours; Contemporary music: piano club, band jam, talent shows, vocal, covers – 1400 hours; Acting: musical theater, monologues (lead role in musical) – 300 hours; Student council: social, Haiti fundraiser, website, game night, arts week (secretary, class president, website administrator) – 300 hours
      •Job/Work Experience: Women, let alone teenage girls, cannot work where I live, and it would be a cultural transgression for a girl like me, who is dependent on a father who receives a sufficient salary, to work.
      •Volunteer/Community service: senior representative for AFG, teachers’ volunteer, Africa fundraiser, Pakistan fundraiser, PETA activist, FreeRice and online community service, tutoring, graduation video, talent show MC – 1400 hours
      •Summer Activities: My summer activities have included studying for the SAT, playing badminton, performing community service, reading, planning and taking trips to India, Malaysia, Singapore, Oman, and Sri Lanka, creative writing, and practicing music.
      •Essays: They are very personal, poignant reflections on two significant parts of who I am.
      •Teacher Recommendations: One is from a teacher who’s taught me English for three years and history for one; she has told me that she’s been honored to teach me and that she expects my name to be well-known one day. The other is from a teacher who has taught me history for two years and economics, civics, and English for one. She’s the one in charge of the graduating class. She thinks I’m very intelligent, hard-working, and pleasant; she’s sure I’m getting into a top-notch school. So basically, I think my teacher recommendations will be superb.
      •Counselor Rec: It’ll be good because he’s very impressed with my SAT score. However, he doesn’t know me well, and that may show through in the recommendation.
      Other
      •Country (if international applicant): I’m an Indian citizen applying from Saudi Arabia
      •School Type: Private American-curriculum international school
      •Ethnicity: Indian
      •Gender: Female
      •Income Bracket: $50,000 to $60,000
      •Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): I’ve lived in a small town in Saudi Arabia for most of my life. I know five languages (English, Malayalam, French, Hindi, and Arabic). I’m also vegan; I’m a huge animal lover. And finally, I’m an Asian with a passion for literature and the humanities rather than for the stereotypical math and science.

    4. I’m applying to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, UChicago, and Columbia. Can you please give my stats an honest review? Do you think I’ll get into at least one of these schools? Do you have any suggestions for improving my application? Thanks so much!
      Objective:
      •SAT I (breakdown):780CR/720M/800W(10E) I’m planning to retake in January.
      •SAT II: I’m aiming for a 780+ on world history, math II, and literature.
      •Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.99
      •Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): I don’t think my school ranks but if it did I’d be 1/9
      •AP (place score in parenthesis): School doesn’t offer A.P. courses, but it allows juniors and seniors to take the exams. I’ll be taking at least four exams this May (English literature, calculus BC, US history, and biology).
      •Senior Year Course Load: We don’t get to choose what courses we take, and there are no honors or accelerated courses. We’re given physics, calculus, technology, university preparation, Arabic II, Saudi Arabian history, geography, and culture, British literature, economics, civics, French III, and physical education.
      Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): No scholastic competitions that I can participate in take place at our school or in this country. However, I placed second in my school in the University of Toronto National Biology Competition and received a SABIC award for scholarly achievement in my sophomore year. I’m also on the High Honor Roll every semester.
      Subjective:
      •Extra-curriculars: I live in a highly restrictive sleepy town whose traditions and laws stand between girls and community involvement. Therefore, the activities I love tend to happen within school or in my house. Volleyball: varsity, intramurals, lunchtime, school tournament, after school, (varsity girls captain and setter, intramurals captain, most valuable player, tournament official) – 600 hours; Badminton: junior varsity, varsity, lunchtime, after school, summer (junior varsity and varsity girls captain, first seed) – 500 hours; Creative writing: websites, contests, poetry, publishing – 400 hours; Contemporary music: piano club, band jam, talent shows, vocal, covers – 1400 hours; Acting: musical theater, monologues (lead role in musical) – 300 hours; Student council: social, Haiti fundraiser, website, game night, arts week (secretary, class president, website administrator) – 300 hours
      •Job/Work Experience: Women, let alone teenage girls, cannot work where I live, and it would be a cultural transgression for a girl like me, who is dependent on a father who receives a sufficient salary, to work.
      •Volunteer/Community service: senior representative for AFG, teachers’ volunteer, Africa fundraiser, Pakistan fundraiser, PETA activist, FreeRice and online community service, tutoring, graduation video, talent show MC – 1400 hours
      •Summer Activities: My summer activities have included studying for the SAT, playing badminton, performing community service, reading, planning and taking trips to India, Malaysia, Singapore, Oman, and Sri Lanka, creative writing, and practicing music.
      •Essays: They are very personal, poignant reflections on two significant parts of who I am.
      •Teacher Recommendations: One is from a teacher who’s taught me English for three years and history for one; she has told me that she’s been honored to teach me and that she expects my name to be well-known one day. The other is from a teacher who has taught me history for two years and economics, civics, and English for one. She’s the one in charge of the graduating class. She thinks I’m very intelligent, hard-working, and pleasant; she’s sure I’m getting into a top-notch school. So basically, I think my teacher recommendations will be superb.
      •Counselor Rec: It’ll be good because he’s very impressed with my SAT score. However, he doesn’t know me well, and that may show through in the recommendation.
      Other
      •Country (if international applicant): I’m an Indian citizen applying from Saudi Arabia
      •School Type: Private American-curriculum international school
      •Ethnicity: Indian
      •Gender: Female
      •Income Bracket: $50,000 to $60,000
      •Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): I’ve lived in a small town in Saudi Arabia for most of my life. I know five languages (English, Malayalam, French, Hindi, and Arabic). I’m also vegan; I’m a huge animal lover. And finally, I’m an Asian with a passion for literature and the humanities rather than for the stereotypical math and science.

    5. Objective:
      •SAT I (breakdown):780CR/720M/800W(10E) I may retake the test in January.
      •SAT II: I’m aiming for a 780+ on world history, math II, and literature.
      •Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.99
      •Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): I don’t think my school ranks but if it did I’d be 1/9
      •AP (place score in parenthesis): School doesn’t offer A.P. courses, but it allows juniors and seniors to take the exams. I’ll be taking four exams this May (English literature, calculus BC, US history, and biology).
      •Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): No scholastic competitions that I can participate in take place at our school or in my part of the world. However, I placed second in my school in the University of Toronto National Biology Competition and received a SABIC award for scholarly achievement in my sophomore year. I’m also on the High Honor Roll every semester.

      Subjective:
      •Extracurriculars: I live in a highly restrictive little town where there isn’t much to do, especially for girls. Therefore, the activities I’ve grown to love tend to happen within school or in my house. Volleyball: varsity, intramurals, lunchtime, school tournament, after school, coaching, website (varsity girls captain and setter, intramurals captain, most valuable player, tournament official, coach, website founder and administrator) – 500 hours; Badminton: junior varsity, varsity, lunchtime, after school, coaching, summer, website (junior varsity and varsity girls captain, coach, website founder and administrator) – 600 hours; Creative writing: websites, poetry, novel, publishing (website founder and manager) – 300 hours; Contemporary music: piano club, band jam, talent shows, vocal, websites, covers (website founder and administrator, talent show MC) – 1500 hours; Acting: musical theater, monologues, websites (lead role in musical, website founder and administrator) – 300 hours; Student council: social, Haiti fundraiser, newsletter, bulletin board, website, game night, arts week (secretary, president, newsletter editor, website administrator, bulletin board manager) – 200 hours
      •Job/Work Experience: Women, let alone teenage girls, cannot work where I live, and it would be a cultural transgression for a girl like me, who is dependent on a father who receives a sufficient salary, to work.
      •Volunteer/Community service: senior representative for PAC, teacher’s assistant, Africa fundraiser, Pakistan fundraiser, PETA activist, FreeRice, online community service, tutoring, website founder and administrator– 2000 hours
      •Summer Activities: My summer activities have included studying for the SAT, playing badminton, performing community service, reading, planning and taking trips to India, Malaysia, Singapore, Oman, and Sri Lanka, and creative writing.
      •Essays: They are very personal, poignant reflections on two significant parts of who I am.
      •Teacher Recommendations: One is from a teacher who’s taught me English for three years and history for one; she has told me that she’s been honored to teach me and that she expects my name to be well-known one day. The other is from a teacher who has taught me history for two years and economics, civics, and English for one. She’s the one in charge of the graduating class. She thinks I’m very intelligent, hard-working, and pleasant; she’s sure I’m getting into a top-notch school. So basically, I think my teacher recommendations will be superb.
      •Counselor Rec: It’ll be good because he’s very impressed with my SAT score. However, he doesn’t know me well, and that may show through in the recommendation.

      Other
      •Country (if international applicant): I’m an Indian citizen applying from Saudi Arabia
      •School Type: Private American-curriculum international school
      •Ethnicity: Indian
      •Gender: Female
      •Income Bracket: $50,000 to $60,000
      •Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): I’ve lived in a small town in Saudi Arabia for most of my life. I know five languages (English, Malayalam, French, Hindi, and Arabic). I’m also vegan; I’m a huge animal lover. And finally, I’m an Asian with a passion for literature and the humanities rather than for the stereotypical math and science.
      Please feel free to identify the weak parts of my application and to give me suggestions on how to improve them. Thank you!

    6. Objective:
      •SAT I (breakdown):780CR/720M/800W(10E) I may retake the test in January.
      •SAT II: I’m aiming for a 780+ on world history, math II, and literature.
      •Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.99
      •Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): I don’t think my school ranks but if it did I’d be 1/9
      •AP (place score in parenthesis): School doesn’t offer A.P. courses, but it allows juniors and seniors to take the exams. I’ll be taking four exams this May (English literature, calculus BC, US history, and biology).
      •Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): No scholastic competitions that I can participate in take place at our school or in my part of the world. However, I placed second in my school in the University of Toronto National Biology Competition and received a SABIC award for scholarly achievement in my sophomore year. I’m also on the High Honor Roll every semester.

      Subjective:
      •Extracurriculars: I live in a highly restrictive little town where there isn’t much to do, especially for girls. Therefore, the activities I’ve grown to love tend to happen within school or in my house. Volleyball: varsity, intramurals, lunchtime, school tournament, after school, coaching, website (varsity girls captain and setter, intramurals captain, most valuable player, tournament official, coach, website founder and administrator) – 500 hours; Badminton: junior varsity, varsity, lunchtime, after school, coaching, summer, website (junior varsity and varsity girls captain, coach, website founder and administrator) – 600 hours; Creative writing: websites, poetry, novel, publishing (website founder and manager) – 300 hours; Contemporary music: piano club, band jam, talent shows, vocal, websites, covers (website founder and administrator, talent show MC) – 1500 hours; Acting: musical theater, monologues, websites (lead role in musical, website founder and administrator) – 300 hours; Student council: social, Haiti fundraiser, newsletter, bulletin board, website, game night, arts week (secretary, president, newsletter editor, website administrator, bulletin board manager) – 200 hours
      •Job/Work Experience: Women, let alone teenage girls, cannot work where I live, and it would be a cultural transgression for a girl like me, who is dependent on a father who receives a sufficient salary, to work.
      •Volunteer/Community service: senior representative for PAC, teacher’s assistant, Africa fundraiser, Pakistan fundraiser, PETA activist, FreeRice, online community service, tutoring, website founder and administrator– 2000 hours
      •Summer Activities: My summer activities have included studying for the SAT, playing badminton, performing community service, reading, planning and taking trips to India, Malaysia, Singapore, Oman, and Sri Lanka, and creative writing.
      •Essays: They are very personal, poignant reflections on two significant parts of who I am.
      •Teacher Recommendations: One is from a teacher who’s taught me English for three years and history for one; she has told me that she’s been honored to teach me and that she expects my name to be well-known one day. The other is from a teacher who has taught me history for two years and economics, civics, and English for one. She’s the one in charge of the graduating class. She thinks I’m very intelligent, hard-working, and pleasant; she’s sure I’m getting into a top-notch school. So basically, I think my teacher recommendations will be superb.
      •Counselor Rec: It’ll be good because he’s very impressed with my SAT score. However, he doesn’t know me well, and that may show through in the recommendation.

      Other
      •Country (if international applicant): I’m an Indian citizen applying from Saudi Arabia
      •School Type: Private American-curriculum international school
      •Ethnicity: Indian
      •Gender: Female
      •Income Bracket: $50,000 to $60,000
      •Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): I’ve lived in a small town in Saudi Arabia for most of my life. I know five languages (English, Malayalam, French, Hindi, and Arabic). I’m also vegan; I’m a huge animal lover. And finally, I’m an Asian with a passion for literature and the humanities rather than for the stereotypical math and science.
      Please feel free to identify the weak parts of my application and to give me suggestions on how to improve them. Thank you!

    7. I’m applying to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, UChicago, and Columbia. Can you please give my stats an honest review? Do you think I’ll get into at least one of these schools? Do you have any suggestions for improving my application? Thanks so much!
      Objective:
      •SAT I (breakdown):780CR/720M/800W(10E) I’m planning to retake in January.
      •SAT II: I’m aiming for a 780+ on world history, math II, and literature.
      •Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.99
      •Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): I don’t think my school ranks but if it did I’d be 1/9
      •AP (place score in parenthesis): School doesn’t offer A.P. courses, but it allows juniors and seniors to take the exams. I’ll be taking at least four exams this May (English literature, calculus BC, US history, and biology).
      •Senior Year Course Load: We don’t get to choose what courses we take, and there are no honors or accelerated courses. We’re given physics, calculus, technology, university preparation, Arabic II, Saudi Arabian history, geography, and culture, British literature, economics, civics, French III, and physical education.
      Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): No scholastic competitions that I can participate in take place at our school or in this country. However, I placed second in my school in the University of Toronto National Biology Competition and received a SABIC award for scholarly achievement in my sophomore year. I’m also on the High Honor Roll every semester.
      Subjective:
      •Extra-curriculars: I live in a highly restrictive sleepy town whose traditions and laws stand between girls and community involvement. Therefore, the activities I love tend to happen within school or in my house. Volleyball: varsity, intramurals, lunchtime, school tournament, after school, (varsity girls captain and setter, intramurals captain, most valuable player, tournament official) – 600 hours; Badminton: junior varsity, varsity, lunchtime, after school, summer (junior varsity and varsity girls captain, first seed) – 500 hours; Creative writing: websites, contests, poetry, publishing – 400 hours; Contemporary music: piano club, band jam, talent shows, vocal, covers – 1400 hours; Acting: musical theater, monologues (lead role in musical) – 300 hours; Student council: social, Haiti fundraiser, website, game night, arts week (secretary, class president, website administrator) – 300 hours
      •Job/Work Experience: Women, let alone teenage girls, cannot work where I live, and it would be a cultural transgression for a girl like me, who is dependent on a father who receives a sufficient salary, to work.
      •Volunteer/Community service: senior representative for AFG, teachers’ volunteer, Africa fundraiser, Pakistan fundraiser, PETA activist, FreeRice and online community service, tutoring, graduation video, talent show MC – 1400 hours
      •Summer Activities: My summer activities have included studying for the SAT, playing badminton, performing community service, reading, planning and taking trips to India, Malaysia, Singapore, Oman, and Sri Lanka, creative writing, and practicing music.
      •Essays: They are very personal, poignant reflections on two significant parts of who I am.
      •Teacher Recommendations: One is from a teacher who’s taught me English for three years and history for one; she has told me that she’s been honored to teach me and that she expects my name to be well-known one day. The other is from a teacher who has taught me history for two years and economics, civics, and English for one. She’s the one in charge of the graduating class. She thinks I’m very intelligent, hard-working, and pleasant; she’s sure I’m getting into a top-notch school. So basically, I think my teacher recommendations will be superb.
      •Counselor Rec: It’ll be good because he’s very impressed with my SAT score. However, he doesn’t know me well, and that may show through in the recommendation.
      Other
      •Country (if international applicant): I’m an Indian citizen applying from Saudi Arabia
      •School Type: Private American-curriculum international school
      •Ethnicity: Indian
      •Gender: Female
      •Income Bracket: $50,000 to $60,000
      •Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): I’ve lived in a small town in Saudi Arabia for most of my life. I know five languages (English, Malayalam, French, Hindi, and Arabic). I’m also vegan; I’m a huge animal lover. And finally, I’m an Asian with a passion for literature and the humanities rather than for the stereotypical math and science.

    8. We happily announce to you the draw of 2009 Euro-Afro Asian Sweepstakes Lottery International Program held on the 30th December 2009 in United Kingdom. Your E-mail Adress attached to Lucky number: You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of US$750,000.00 (Seven hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars) in Cheque.
      All participants in this lottery program were selected randomly through a computer ballot system, drawn from individual email addresses from all search engines. Your e-mail address was picked by the automated computer ballot system, which has been programed for this random selection. This has eventually qualified you for the Winning.This promotional program takes place annually, and is promoted and sponsored by eminent personalities, Sultan of Brunei, Bill Gates of Micoroft Inc.With the support of European corporate companies and organizations to encourage the use of Internet and computers worldwide. in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03.
      YOUR ADDRESS HAS WON (750,000.00)

      Please note that your lucky winning unmber falls within our Asian representative’s booklet in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYISA as indicated in your file number: FA1305U-ID. In view of this, your $750,000.00USD Cheque would be released to you by Our Asian Fiduciary Agent, Our Asian Fiduciary Agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your Cheque as soon as you contact Barrister:AZIM MOHAMMED NGAN office in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA,
      Please contact Barrister AZIM MOHAMMED NGAN in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA, for your claim with the following details below to enable the speedy evaluation and processing of your winning.
      1 Name. 2 Home address. 3 Telephone Number. 4 Age and Occupation. 5 Lucky number. 6 Serial number. 7 File number. 8 Draw number.
      BARRISTER MOHAMMED AZIM NGAN
      E.A.A.S Inc. ASIAN FIDUCIARY AGENT
      E-mail:(barrimohdazim@live.com)
      TELEPHONE NUMBER : +60146431065.
      For security purposes and clarity we advice that you keep your winning informations confidential, and not to be disclosed to anyone until your claim have been fully processed and your winning Cheque delivered to you. BE WARNED!
      Your winning details can only be released to your fiduciary agent who will commence the process of your winning, This is to avoid wrong and double claim, it is also part of our security protocol to avoid unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous element.You are requested to contact Our Asian Fiduciary Agent in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA for your claim. Please note that you will make your claim but not later than one month and two weeks grace period from the date you received winning notification.
      In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications make sure that your winning details are quoted correctly in all correspondence. We advice that you adhere strictly to these procedures to avoid disqualifications and subsequent cancellation. The above detailed information will be absolutely necessary to facilitate the process of your winning Cheque.Once again! please Note that this winning is valid for(14)fourteen days and grace period of (5) five days, failure to issue claims after this period, your Cheque will be automatically voided.
      CONGRATULATIONS,
      Yours faithfully,
      E.A.A.S Lottery Headquarters,
      Euro-Afro Asian Sweepstakes Lottery Inc.
      Customer Service,580 N.Tenth Street,
      Sacrament, CA 85914,
      An Affiliate of Charity International.
      Arena Complex Km 18 Route de Rufisque,
      I.P.P Award Department,United Kingdom.

      DR. ALLEN SMITH,
      TEL: +447045715241
      FAX:+447011120601
      WEBSITE: http://www.virtualworlddirect.com
      DR. ALLEN SMITH

    9. what ice creams are halaal? does anyone know any websites?
      are smarties pop-up or cornetto halaal? i dont really want -yes in malaysia its halaal because i live in uk…

      thanks and best answer will be awarded

    10. I’m currently living in Malaysia, and am trying to rent a web host online for my new website. I’ve found lots of American ones, Australian ones, etc, but is it better to get a Malaysian one? What are the pros/ cons of getting a Malaysian one vs an international one? (i.e. would it be faster or something?)
      thanks for answering!
      you’re not supposed to know which web host i use, as i don’t use one yet. i’m just asking which kind (local or international host) is better

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