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aishah, birmigham - wrote on 10/29/2010 5:30:19 AM
Comment:this story was realy good for muslims.
aishah, birmigham - wrote on 10/29/2010 5:29:33 AM
Comment:this story was realy good for muslims.
A. A., CA - wrote on 12/30/2005 2:03:25 AM
Great and sad article as everyone agrees. It seems like many of us Muslims (including myself) are great talkers and poor doers. Our masjid here in Santa Clara,CA has spent $294,000 several years back to make a fancy bathroom for wadu and then asked the people to donate generously as our brothers (at that time) in Habasha are starving and now they are about to spend half a million to build a minarat while our brothers worldwide are in desperate need !!!!!
Allah Yahdeena Jameea'an
Munna Almasri, Chicago, IL - wrote on 12/14/2005 9:50:32 AM
I have seen this very sad story before. I am wondering if anyone has any news about Sister Aisha. I pray she is doing well. I pray she still feels strongly about Islam and has not let the very NON-MUSLIM actions of the Zakah Committee deter her from the Muslim faith. InshaAllah, she knows Humans have many fallacies including ignorance and unkindness, but Allah (swt) is the most Gracious, the most Merciful. There is no doubt he will reward such a person as Aisha.
I pray Aisha you are well. I pray you did not have to turn to a church or similar Christian Organization for help. I pray you remember patience and continue to believe in Allah and Islam. I pray you are well.
Salam Sister Aisha,
sheyma, london - wrote on 12/14/2005 3:49:35 AM
Comment:i was sad when i was reading this story about Aisha because Aisha helped so many people and when she became homeless no one help her.this story teach us a less that us musilms should go out and help people that are in need inshallah. may Allah(SWT) reward her for what are musilm sister did inshallah.
nasreen, UK/WALES - wrote on 12/6/2004 12:35:51 PM
Comment:THIS STORY IS THE SADDEST STORY I EVER HEARD IN MY HOLE LIFE AND I REALLY FEEL SORRY FOR HER.
Hamdiya Salifu, Tadi, Ghana - wrote on 10/25/2004 3:23:30 PM
I am soo hurt with this story as if i know sister Aishah. How can we as muslims let this happen to our fellow muslimah. It is absolutely unbelievably inhumane for this to happen to someone who has given so much to her own community. Even if she hadn't given anything to her community, she definitely does not deserve this. May Allah (SWT) forgive any muslim who has watched this same or similar situation happen to a fellow muslim. May He also expand our hearts to support for any similar circumstances. Let's hope sister Aisha's husband is alright ; and if he is, perhaps he should know that what he did will undoubtedly not feel great if it had happened to him. May Allah (SWT) guide us all inshallah; ameen.
Nelson Templar, Frederick, Md - wrote on 10/22/2004 2:39:02 PM
Comment: It is sad that there are Muslims other than me going through this hardship. I know what Aisha is going through, I'm going through the same thing here in Maryland. It is never easy to be homeless, it is not something that we ask for. There are very little resources here to look upon for help. For example the homeless shelter here is only opened from the end of November to the first week in April. Then me and all of the other homeless are put back out on the street regardless of whatever weather may come. In the last two years that I have been homeless Not once has any member of the local Masjids ever given me any help. The christians who run the Soup Kitchen are more interested in getting people to convert than to help them get off the streets, the medical clinic next to the soup kitchen is only provided on a first come first serve basis, and the Hospital across town is more interested those who have money than to help us. So it is understandable that people who become homeless end up staying that way for a long time because there's no support to help us to Not be homeless.
Leatra, Maryland - wrote on 7/6/2004 3:06:51 AM
Comment:I am upset and heartbroken because this could be my story. Who knows how many muslim are suffering by the hand of other muslims in leadership roles. May Allah raise up a better people and community then what is out there now. Ameen.
aena, houston, texas - wrote on 6/29/2004 3:02:12 AM
Comment:Assalamu'Alaikum. This story has inspired me to actually go out and learn more about my local Masjid & our zakaat operations. If I can be half the person Sister Aisha is, I will be the happiest person in the world.
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