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Galib Ramathan, Toronto - wrote on 4/3/2012 4:41:29 PM
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Comment:I am a poor young man from Somalia seeking for help April 3, 2012 Galib Ramathan 1626 Weston Road Unit B1 Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1T9, Canada E-Mail: galibramathan@yahoo.ca To Whom It May Concern: Assalamu Alaikum My Dear Brothers/Sisters in Islam My name is Galib Ramathan. I was born in Mogadishu, Somalia on January 1st 1981. I am from a poor Muslim family. I have a problem and I need some help. And I am currently a Canadian citizen. I am from a low income family and in need of financial assistance. I am sick and suffering from a mental illness called Schizophrenia; I am unable to work or to go to school because of this illness. Presently, I am taking a medication and in care of a family doctor in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My health was affected by the civil war in Somalia when I was ten years old and its deteriorating day by day. I have been sick for the past 20 years since 1991. Presently, I am residing in Toronto for the past 17 years by myself with no family members. My family is in East Africa Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania, I have been away from my family since 1994; we were separated because of the civil war in Somalia. I have decided to move to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania permanently to join my family, I never took a medication in my life when I was in Africa it doesnít matter what part of Africa. Now if I go back to Tanzania my personal health problem will be improve greatly. I will feel much better. I am going to Tanzania in order to improve my health condition. I am frustrated, lonely and depressed living in Canada alone without my family I canít eat properly and I cannot sleep because of the stress, I believe I will be off in Tanzania with my family as I am ill and they can take care of me. I strongly believe my health will improve with my family around; I lived in Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for many years before coming to Canada and that time I was healthy and I never suffered from any disease or illness. I am not will be unable to get enough money to survive there. I am in need of financial assistance in order to move back to Tanzania, as I am unable to work due to my illness and I cannot survive in Africa as there is no agency or government that can assist me financially. I would be much better for my health wise physical and mentally I will really appreciated for any help that I can get from you. If I remember how we lived in Tanzania sometimes I cry. I am in need urgent support and please try to assist me the best you can. Please donít ignore me as long as we are Muslim brothers and sisters. Please try to help me as much as you can. Today I don't have a life in this country. I spend thinking about myself of not knowing what to do. I would like to achieve a better life as well as independence. Now the problem I have is I am not will be able to get enough money to survive there. I cannot survive in Africa without any support. Tanzania is a poor country however everybody is happy and healthy nobody worries about anything because there is no stress, frustration and depression. I have strong feelings going back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for good. I am requesting any financial assistance for this matter. I am a poor social support in Canada. I am requesting any Zakat, Whatever Zakat you can afford please send me a cheque with my name on it at above address on the top of this letter with ups services, or Federal Express post. Please don't send me regular mail because my house is basement the mail box there is no key and it is outside apartment it is not safe. Please the reason I send you this letter is to let you know about my situation as Muslim brothers and sisters. Anyway you can help me will be greatly appreciated. Islam cares much for maintaining the highest level of social solidarity and strength among the members of the society. It goes without saying that spending money on charitable deeds, such as helping the needy, alleviating the pains of the distressed and support those who are in need will be upon them in this world and hereafter. Any amount of money that I can get will be appreciated and I will pray for you and for myself for God to make it easy for me and bless whoever will be willing to assist me, reward them and make it easy upon them in this world and hereafter? I will not be unable to survive Tanzania without assistance. Please try your best to assist me. I get depressed if the weather is too cold especially during the wintertime but African season is always summer there is no winter in Africa. The weather in Tanzania is good and I will be more active unlike here I cannot stand the winter season and the more I stay inside my apartment due to the cold I get more stressed out and depressed. I would like to be independent in my life I want to get a better life in the future. I am very happy to go back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania to be with my family. I miss my family and I miss home. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me as soon as possible with good news. I feel depressed and unhappy and I feel lonely. I would like to closer to my family. I am Planning to go to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania on September 1st, 2012 for good insha-Allah. I am happy to go to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania to be with my family. I need your help and would you please help me in this situation? I would like to have a chance to live happily and to experience no frustration due to my illness. I am very desperate for your help. If you donít help me, who will? Thank you, for your understanding and May Allah bless you and your family. Jazak Allah Khayran Yours sincerely, Galib Ramathan


Sharila, N/A - wrote on 11/28/2011 8:07:32 AM
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Comment:Alhamdudillah! Thank you so much for addressing this situation. In our local masjids, the interaction between men and women and the lower quality of the women's situation is horrible. Inshallah more people, men and women, will more ready for change.


Aboobucker, Kuala lumpur - wrote on 6/12/2011 9:04:28 AM
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Comment:In Malaysia, every Mosque have partition that are movable according to requirements. Ladies like fully covered partitions or curtains, as they would prefer privacy during the prayer time, and as they wish to relax off prayer time. There are not enough room for male worshippers during Jum aah time. Hence ladies do not come during Jum aah time. They will wait outside or in their vehicles and walk into the Masjids after the Jum aah prayers. Aboobucker


Amina, Houston, TX - wrote on 4/22/2011 8:47:42 PM
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Comment:I feel like the maasjid is no place for me. I just don't go anymore. Never would I bring any woman who is interested in Islam to this place. My associates are educated, intelligent, women who would be appalled at being relegated to such back rooms with babies crying, toddlers running, and other such distractions. Is my prayer less important? Do I deserve unfinished, dirty wood floors for three years while the brothers pray in what looks like a museum? Had I encountered Muslims, masjids, and the indignities women suffer in the community before taking shahaada, only Allah knows, but I seriously doubt I would be a Muslim today. As it stands, I feel there is no place for women like me. Women who are strong, intelligent, confident, independent thinkers with a voice. So many of us have largely withdrawn from the community. But what of our children? If mama is not there, and happy to be there, what will happen to the next generation? Even for sisters and brothers who are satisfied with the status quo, your children are growing up in a culture that is not yours. How many of them will we lose by continuing this discrimination against half of the community? I just can't take it anymore. I think there are MANY lessons we can take from those churches that have systems established that FULLY integrate women and children by valuing their contributions and recognizing and attending to their needs.


Amina, Houston, TX - wrote on 4/22/2011 8:46:48 PM
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Comment:I feel like the maasjid is no place for me. I just don't go anymore. Never would I bring any woman who is interested in Islam to this place. My associates are educated, intelligent, women who would be appalled at being relegated to such back rooms with babies crying, toddlers running, and other such distractions. Is my prayer less important? Do I deserve unfinished, dirty wood floors for three years while the brothers pray in what looks like a museum? Had I encountered Muslims, masjids, and the indignities women suffer in the community before taking shahaada, only Allah knows, but I seriously doubt I would be a Muslim today. As it stands, I feel there is no place for women like me. Women who are strong, intelligent, confident, independent thinkers with a voice. So many of us have largely withdrawn from the community. But what of our children? If mama is not there, and happy to be there, what will happen to the next generation? Even for sisters and brothers who are satisfied with the status quo, your children are growing up in a culture that is not yours. How many of them will we lose by continuing this discrimination against half of the community? I just can't take it anymore. I think there are MANY lessons we can take from those churches that have systems established that FULLY integrate women and children by valuing their contributions and recognizing and attending to their needs.


Amina, Houston, TX - wrote on 4/22/2011 8:46:01 PM
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Comment:I feel like the maasjid is no place for me. I just don't go anymore. Never would I bring any woman who is interested in Islam to this place. My associates are educated, intelligent, women who would be appalled at being relegated to such back rooms with babies crying, toddlers running, and other such distractions. Is my prayer less important? Do I deserve unfinished, dirty wood floors for three years while the brothers pray in what looks like a museum? Had I encountered Muslims, masjids, and the indignities women suffer in the community before taking shahaada, only Allah knows, but I seriously doubt I would be a Muslim today. As it stands, I feel there is no place for women like me. Women who are strong, intelligent, confident, independent thinkers with a voice. So many of us have largely withdrawn from the community. But what of our children? If mama is not there, and happy to be there, what will happen to the next generation? Even for sisters and brothers who are satisfied with the status quo, your children are growing up in a culture that is not yours. How many of them will we lose by continuing this discrimination against half of the community? I just can't take it anymore. I think there are MANY lessons we can take from those churches that have systems established that FULLY integrate women and children by valuing their contributions and recognizing and attending to their needs.


Amina, Houston, TX - wrote on 4/22/2011 8:45:22 PM
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Comment:I feel like the maasjid is no place for me. I just don't go anymore. Never would I bring any woman who is interested in Islam to this place. My associates are educated, intelligent, women who would be appalled at being relegated to such back rooms with babies crying, toddlers running, and other such distractions. Is my prayer less important? Do I deserve unfinished, dirty wood floors for three years while the brothers pray in what looks like a museum? Had I encountered Muslims, masjids, and the indignities women suffer in the community before taking shahaada, only Allah knows, but I seriously doubt I would be a Muslim today. As it stands, I feel there is no place for women like me. Women who are strong, intelligent, confident, independent thinkers with a voice. So many of us have largely withdrawn from the community. But what of our children? If mama is not there, and happy to be there, what will happen to the next generation? Even for sisters and brothers who are satisfied with the status quo, your children are growing up in a culture that is not yours. How many of them will we lose by continuing this discrimination against half of the community? I just can't take it anymore. I think there are MANY lessons we can take from those churches that have systems established that FULLY integrate women and children by valuing their contributions and recognizing and attending to their needs.


Amina, Houston, TX - wrote on 4/22/2011 8:44:55 PM
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Comment:I feel like the maasjid is no place for me. I just don't go anymore. Never would I bring any woman who is interested in Islam to this place. My associates are educated, intelligent, women who would be appalled at being relegated to such back rooms with babies crying, toddlers running, and other such distractions. Is my prayer less important? Do I deserve unfinished, dirty wood floors for three years while the brothers pray in what looks like a museum? Had I encountered Muslims, masjids, and the indignities women suffer in the community before taking shahaada, only Allah knows, but I seriously doubt I would be a Muslim today. As it stands, I feel there is no place for women like me. Women who are strong, intelligent, confident, independent thinkers with a voice. So many of us have largely withdrawn from the community. But what of our children? If mama is not there, and happy to be there, what will happen to the next generation? Even for sisters and brothers who are satisfied with the status quo, your children are growing up in a culture that is not yours. How many of them will we lose by continuing this discrimination against half of the community? I just can't take it anymore. I think there are MANY lessons we can take from those churches that have systems established that FULLY integrate women and children by valuing their contributions and recognizing and attending to their needs.


Siraj, Dubai - wrote on 3/22/2011 11:45:07 AM
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Comment:@Denis: dear friend let me put it in a simple term for your small limited knowledge. I have around five friends who owns BMW 760i, one has got jammed bumper, another one has stinking interior, another one has tore leather seats, another one has starting trouble and its goes on.... Do you blame BMW company for this or the owner of the CAR. Hope you got the point. All that you mentioned above is human problems, its not problem of Islam. Don't mix errors of followers with Islam. Read it with open heart I will bet you, nothing to lose everything to gain.


Siraj, Dubai - wrote on 3/22/2011 11:44:26 AM
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Comment:@Denis: dear friend let me put it in a simple term for your small limited knowledge. I have around five friends who owns BMW 760i, one has got jammed bumper, another one has stinking interior, another one has tore leather seats, another one has starting trouble and its goes on.... Do you blame BMW company for this or the owner of the CAR. Hope you got the point. All that you mentioned above is human problems, its not problem of Islam. Don't mix errors of followers with Islam. Read it with open heart I will bet you, nothing to lose everything to gain.


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