Malahayati, The First Moslem Woman Admiral in The World. Part 3- Tribute and Honor

Nowadays numerous colleges, medical and hospital facilities, streets and Sumatran urban areas are named after her. The seaport in Teluk Krueng Raya, Aceh Besar is named with Malahayati Harbor. During the new orde of Indonesia, one of the warships of the type of Destroyer (FREGAT) of Fatahillah class belonging to the Navy, named KRI Malahayati. These warships were made at the Wilton-Fijenoord shipyard, Schiedam, Holland in 1980, specifically for the Indonesian Navy. In education, there is Malahayati University located in Bandar Lampung. A movie series admiral Malahayati who narrates the Malahayati memoirs was made in 2007. The name Malahayati is also used by the Democratic National Organization as the female division’s name with the full name of “Garda Wanita Malahayati”.

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Malahayati, The First Moslem Woman Admiral in The World. Part 2- Against the Invaders

In case you missed her early life story, you can found part 1 here.

In 1585-1604, she held the position of Chief of Guard of the Palace of the Secret Commander and Commander of the Government Protocol from Sultan Saidil Mukammil Alauddin Riayat Syah IV. Inspired by herself, she start her career to build a troop of soldiers were made up of around 2000 widows (where the husband martyred against the invaders) who came to be known as Inong Balee troops, Malahayati was appointed as the first admiral led many different victorius battles against the Dutch and Portuguese. Under the leadership of Malahayati, the Acehnese Navy is somewhat large with a fleet of hundreds of warships. Continue reading “Malahayati, The First Moslem Woman Admiral in The World. Part 2- Against the Invaders”

Malahayati, The First Moslem Woman Admiral in The World. Part 1- Early Life

Keumalahayati famous known by Malahayati, is one of the fighter women from the Sultanate of Aceh. Her father was named Admiral Mahmud Syah. Her grandfather from her father’s line was Admiral Muhammad Said Syah, the child of Sultan Salahuddin Syah who managed around 1530-1539 M. The Sultan Salahuddin Syah was the child of Sultan Ibrahim Ali Mughayat Syah (1513-1530 AD), who was the originator of the Sultanate of Aceh Darussalam. She was a princess and famous as the first world women admiral, moreover she was a moslem. Continue reading “Malahayati, The First Moslem Woman Admiral in The World. Part 1- Early Life”

Powerful Quote from Malcolm X Speeches

Below are some powerful quote from Malcolm X speeches.

From Ballot or The Bullet

“Although I’m still a Muslim, I’m not here tonight to discuss my religion. I’m not here to try and change your religion. I’m not here to argue or discuss anything that we differ about, because it’s time for us to submerge our differences and realize that it is best for us to first see that we have the same problem, a common problem, a problem that will make you catch hell whether you’re a Baptist, or a Methodist, or a Muslim, or a nationalist. Whether you’re educated or illiterate, whether you live on the boulevard or in the alley, you’re going to catch hell just like I am. We’re all in the same boat and we all are going to catch the same hell from the same man. He just happens to be a white man. All of us have suffered here, in this country, political oppression at the hands of the white man, economic exploitation at the hands of the white man, and social degradation at the hands of the white man. Continue reading “Powerful Quote from Malcolm X Speeches”

The Assassination of Malcolm X

The late Malcolm X (1925-1965) was an African-American Muslim priest and human rights lobbyist. To his admirers he was a brave promoter for the privileges of blacks, a man who arraigned white America in the harshest terms for its wrongdoings against dark Americans; spoilers blamed him for lecturing prejudice and brutality. He has been called one of the best and most powerful African Americans ever. Continue reading “The Assassination of Malcolm X”

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Deadliest Female Sniper Part-3 After War

Like Vasily Zaitsev, Lyudmila’s saint heroic story is being utilized widely by the Russian propaganda group that sent him to Canada and the United States. Lyudmila was the principal Russian resident to be acknowledged by the President of the United States. The US President himself, Franklin Delano Roosevelt respected her to the White House. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt welcomed her for a visit to America to disclose to her account of bravery. Her voyage in America began from Washington D.C, New York and Chicago, where her marvelous discourse was “Gentlemen, I am 25 years old and I have killed 309 fascist invaders by now. Don’t you think, gentlemen, that you have been hiding behind my back for too long?” Continue reading “Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Deadliest Female Sniper Part-3 After War”

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Deadliest Female Sniper Part-2 War Time

Toward the beginning of August 1941, she made her initial two executes as an expert rifleman close Belyayevka, utilizing a Tokarev SVT-40 self-loading rifle with the 3.5X scope. She would for the most part touch base to her spots at 3 am, and remain set up for 18 hours or more at once, subsisting on dry bread and water. She would lie superbly as yet, giving her real capacities a chance to occur as they would, until the point when she got her shot. She pointed essentially for officers, emissaries, pooches, and puppy handlers (as the puppies were utilized to sniff out riflemen). The longest duel she occupied with clearly endured three days. Her disguise abilities were astounding, when she got herself turned into an expert marksman target, she can claim to be hit and dead, holding up until the point when sundown and sun vanish, night fell and crept away.  Continue reading “Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Deadliest Female Sniper Part-2 War Time”

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Deadliest Female Sniper Part-1 Early Life

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, was born in Bila Tserkva (Russian empire) on July 12, 1916, her born name was Lyudmila Mykhailovna Pavlichenko. When she was fourteen, her family took her to Kiev, where she joined a  OSOAVIAKhIM (ОСОАВИАХИМ, Союз обществ содействия обороне и авиационно-химическому строительству СССР, Union of Societies of Assistance to Defence and Aviation-Chemical Construction of the USSR) shooting club. The goal of the society was preparation of reserves for armed forces and soon became a powerful militarised organization with its own airfields, radio clubs, parachuting towers and firing ranges. There she learned and developed into an amateur sharpshooter, while working as a grinder at the Kiev Arsenal factory, one of the oldest and most famous factories in Kiev. She was woman of many talents, at least she mastered skydiving, flying small planes, sprinting, and pole vaulting. In 1937, she completed a master’s degree in history at Kiev University, focusing on the life of Ukraine national hero, Bohdan Khmelnytsky. Continue reading “Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Deadliest Female Sniper Part-1 Early Life”