Friday, September 11, 2009

berjaga-jagalah wahai kaum perempuan...

salam untuk semua.....

dalam bulan ramadhan ni sepatutnya kita lakukan amal kebaikan dan tinggalkan kemungkaran. Manakala Allah juga telah mengatakan syaitan juga diikat pada bulan ramadhan tapi kenapa masih ada jenayah berlaku di dalam bulan mulia ni,tambahan lagi yang melakukan itu adalah seorang muslim.adakah puasa dan amal ibadah itu tidak mampu untuk mengekang diri untuk melakukan jenayah. tepuk dada tanya iman.mungkin sudah sebati dalam diri seseorang itu untuk melakukan perbuatan jahat.

manusia yang dinamakan lelaki,sering dilabelkan sebagai gagah perkasa, hebat dan kuat tapi zaman sekarang golongan ini juga mengunakan kegagahan,keperkasaan,kehebatan dan kekuatan mereka untuk melakukan benda-benda yang xelok.merompak,meragut dan banyak lagi perbuatan semuanya dilakukan oleh kaum tersebut.bukan untuk menyalahkan kaum ini, tapi bukankah kaum ini dijadikan sebagai khalifah di muka bumi ini,untuk mentadbir bumi ini dan memimpin kaum yang bertentangan dengannya.kaum perempuan menerima hakikat bahawa mereka perlu dipimpin namun kepercayaan untuk dipimpin itu telah terhakis dek kerana perbuatan golongan lelaki ini.sudahlah begitu pula, malah ada yang merosakkan diri sendiri..eye bukan anti-lelaki.tidak sekali-kali.

post ini bertitle: berjaga-jagalah wahai perempuan sebenarnya untuk mengingatkan kepada perempuan tentang keselamatan diri sendiri.isu ini tertulis di sini bila terjadinya suatu kejadian dibulan ramadhan dan seorang perempuan.kaitannya disini, seorang perempuan telah dirompak oleh seorang lelaki pada bulan ramadhan.point yang paling penting disini adalah keselamatan perempuan yang kian terancam xkira dimana jua waima dalam rumah, wajarlah kan post ini ditulis.eye seorang perempuan,ini untuk mengingatkan diri sendiri.... disini eye sertakan sedikit info tentang women safety yang ditulis oleh Darren and Beth Laur, 1999.(hehehe macam penulisan tesis plak)

The Top Ten Things Every Woman Should Know about Personal Safety

by Darren and Beth Laur ©1999

Have you ever felt frightened or intimidated when out walking alone? Have you ever wondered what you should do if approached by an attacker? Have you ever worried about becoming yet another home invasion statistic?

The sad reality is that we live in an increasingly violent society in which the fear of crime is ever-present. Personal safety has become an issue of importance for everyone, but especially for women. Concerned about this state of affairs, Sgt. Darren Laur and his wife Beth Laur began teaching self-defence classes and safety seminars in 1993, and have since reached thousands of women. The demand they saw for reliable safety information, coupled with the need to debunk widespread myths regarding self-defence measures, convinced the two experts to write a book.

The following points are ten things that every woman should know about personal safety, and are covered in the Laurs' newly published book, Total Awareness: A Woman's Safety Book:

1. Awareness: Your First Line of Defence. Most people think of kicks to the groin and blocking punches when they hear the term "self-defence." However, true self-defence begins long before any actual physical contact. The first, and probably most important, component in self-defence is awareness: awareness of yourself, your surroundings, and your potential attacker's likely strategies.

The criminal's primary strategy is to use the advantage of surprise. Studies have shown that criminals are adept at choosing targets who appear to be unaware of what is going on around them. By being aware of your surroundings and by projecting a "force presence," many altercations which are commonplace on the street can be avoided.

2. Use Your Sixth Sense. "Sixth sense." "Gut instinct." Whatever you call it, your intuition is a powerful subconscious insight into situations and people. All of us, especially women, have this gift, but very few of us pay attention to it. Learn to trust this power and use it to your full advantage. Avoid a person or a situation which does not "feel" safe--you're probably right.

3. Self-Defence Training. It is important to evaluate the goals and practical usefulness of a women's self-defence program before signing up. Here are two tips:

a) Avoid martial arts studios unless you specifically wish to train in the traditional martial arts techniques and are prepared for a long-term commitment. Many women's self-defence programs teach watered-down martial arts techniques that are complex and unrealistic under the stress of an actual attack;

b) The self-defence program should include simulated assaults, with a fully padded instructor in realistic rape and attack scenarios, to allow you to practice what you've learned.

4. Escape: Always Your Best Option. What if the unthinkable happens? You are suddenly confronted by a predator who demands that you go with him–be it in a car, or into an alley, or a building. It would seem prudent to obey, but you must never leave the primary crime scene. You are far more likely to be killed or seriously injured if you go with the predator than if you run away (even if he promises not to hurt you). Run away, yell for help, throw a rock through a store or car window--do whatever you can to attract attention. And if the criminal is after your purse or other material items, throw them one way while you run the other.

5. Your Right to Fight. Unfortunately, no matter how diligently we practice awareness and avoidance techniques, we may find ourselves in a physical confrontation. Whether or not you have self-defence training, and no matter what your age or physical condition, it is important to understand that you CAN and SHOULD defend yourself physically. You have both the moral and legal right to do so, even if the attacker is only threatening you and hasn't struck first. Many women worry that they will anger the attacker and get hurt worse if they defend themselves, but statistics clearly show that your odds of survival are far greater if you do fight back. Aim for the eyes first and the groin second. Remember, though, to use the element of surprise to your advantage--strike quickly, and mean business. You may only get one chance.

6. Pepper Spray: Pros and Cons. Pepper spray, like other self-defence aids, can be a useful tool. However, it is important to understand that there can be significant drawbacks to its use. For example, did you know that it doesn't work on everyone? Surprisingly, 15-20% of people will not be incapacitated even by a full-face spray. Also, if you're carrying it in your purse, you will only waste time and alert the attacker to your intentions while you fumble for it. Never depend on any self-defence tool or weapon to stop an attacker. Trust your body and your wits, which you can always depend on in the event of an attack.

7. Home Invasions: A Crime on the Rise. The primary way to prevent a home invasion is simply to never, ever open your door unless you either are certain you know who's on the other side or can verify that they have a legitimate reason for being there (dressing up as a repair person or even police officer is one trick criminals use). In the event that an intruder breaks in while you're home, you should have a safe room in your house to which you can retreat. Such a room should be equipped with a strong door, deadbolt lock, phone (preferably cell phone), and a can of pepper spray or fire extinguisher.

8. Avoiding Car-jacking. Lock all doors and keep windows up when driving. Most car-jackings take place when vehicles are stopped at intersections. The criminals approach at a 45-degree angle (in the blind spot), and either pull you out of the driver's seat or jump in the passenger's seat.

9. A Travel Tip. Violent crimes against women happen in the best and worst hotels around the world. Predators may play the part of a hotel employee, push their way through an open or unlocked door, or obtain a pass key to the room. As with home safety, never open your door unless you are certain the person on the other side is legitimate, and always carry a door wedge with you when you travel. A wedge is often stronger than the door it secures.

10. Safety in Cyberspace. Although the Internet is educational and entertaining, it can also be full of danger if one isn't careful. When communicating on-line, use a nickname and always keep personal information such as home address and phone number confidential. Instruct family members to do the same. Keep current on security issues, frauds, viruses, etc. by periodically referring to "The Police Notebook" Internet Safety Page and the FTC's website

For more detail on these and many other aspects of personal safety, request the book at your local bookstore, or order directly from Sono Nis Press: email, website; phone 250.598.7807, or FAX 250.598.7866.

Never underestimate the power of prayer: "The Lord will protect you and keep you safe from all dangers. The Lord will protect you now and always wherever you go." Psalm 121berkuasa-8

p/s: kepada kaum lelaki, sori bebyk sbb mukadimah jer dah menghentam lelaki
p/s 2: cuba tgk ayt yg di highlightkan,di dalam bible sendiri mengatakan sembahyang dan doa itu berkuasa....maka berdoalah bebyk agr diri kita dilindungi

1 comment:

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