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maariya, darlaston/birmingham - wrote on 6/7/2004 10:29:44 AM
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Comment:assala mu alay kum.I found the story of ayesha very sad, i think that stories like this help motivate us muslims to strenghthen our faith and to do something about there way of life and not take things for granted because life is too short.

Sharafadeen Bamidele Muhammed-Bello, Nigeria - wrote on 6/4/2004 3:15:08 PM
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Comment:Assalamu Alaykum,In actual fact sister Aishah is among the once Almighty Allah said in Holy Qur'an, for kind of help she rendered to the homeless people when they in need and is Allah that could reward her for all what she has done so far. My prayer for her is that, may the peace and blessing of Allah always be with her anywhere she may be now.And for all muslims through all over the world,what sister Aishah did should be practise by every one.May Allah in His aboundance mercy continued to be us all and guide us through His only religion alright. Ameen. Sharafadeen

Tariq Muhammed, North America - wrote on 6/3/2004 9:06:16 PM
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Comment:Salaam, This story speaks to the problems of the muslims in America. We need to seriously look at how we treat our women first and foremost and how we should bring the Quran to life instead of just reading and reciting it. Muslims got to do a better job of being apart of the community, instead of standing in the masijid criticizing it. I pray that Allah forgives us for taking the greatest faith and hiding it. We profess to uplift women, but I question that, do to the world wide treatment of the very "earhtly heavenly" blessing that is spoken of by the Prophet Muhammed.

yusuff, Nigeria - wrote on 6/3/2004 5:09:04 PM
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Comment:Infact, Aisha has successful in this world & may Allah reward her abundantly. I think sound vision shld educate the muslim on how to do proper Dawwah without inflicting pain on others, b/c Aisha's husband has made her to expreienced such agony.may Allah forgive us all.

Khursheed Husain, California - wrote on 6/3/2004 10:33:23 AM
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Comment:This story moved me. I wish I had known Aisha and met her. There is so much to learn from such great human beings. May Allah protect her and reward her for all her hardships.

S. Md. Kabeer Ahmed, BANGALORE, INDIA - wrote on 6/2/2004 8:53:54 AM
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Comment:May Allah SWT bless sister Aisha with the best position in this world and in the hereafter - Ameen Summa Ameen. This story bought tears to my eyes. May Allah SWT bless me too with hidayah to serve our community like this - Ameen, Summa Ameen.

Aboubacar Gueye, senegal - wrote on 7/27/2003 2:02:37 PM
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Comment:dear sir, I was very sad after i read the story of sister Aisha. I can't understand how such things can happen to a sister in islam. She always should be protected by someone, I mean by a husband, a brother, a member of the family or the islamic communauty. Women play an important role in islam, so they should be taken care. Such things won't happen in my country in senegal. We are a poor country but there ais a great solidarity among muslims here. We share everything. Islam is not a fashion. It's the real deen in the sight of Allah, the Creator. We should be steadfast and truthful. We should help each other. We should share everything. Tommorrow is not guaranteed. Life is too short. So we should do googd things to be rewarded Paradise. a sister like Aisha won't be homeless. THat's not correct in islam. I am really desappointed and angry. What can we do to help her. I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Ahmed Vinod, Sana'a, Yemen - wrote on 5/27/2003 10:54:17 AM
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Comment:Dear Sir, A-sallam-alaekom ! I was really very very sad to hear about the sister Aisha. What I believe is, that there should be no formalities at all to give sadaka or help to the poor people. And, the sadaka or help should be given on the spot because when a man/woman comes for sadaka or help that means they donot have any alternative so they come for sadaka/help which should be given on the spot I repeat on the spot without any formalities. Because we do not know what troubles they are facing at that time at that moment because that is the last possibility the poor muslims expect help from. I thank you and A-sallam-allaekom ! Kind regards, Ahmed Vinod Yemen

Sadia, New Zealand - wrote on 5/23/2003 2:36:29 AM
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Comment:Aisha's story realy touched me, i have to say there are not many muslim that have so much faith in allah to do that nowdays but she definitely was a true muslim and i would love to hear the end of her story.

kareem7, north america - wrote on 5/22/2003 5:35:30 PM
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Comment:This is a coincidence because I just finished watching the Panther Movie. One of the Beautiful deeds of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense was their breakfast program. feeding young children and also providing food and groceries for the poor. No matter what you may think of the those brothers and sisters, they stood up and did what Muslims are supposed to be doing in the community. Muslims need to take a hint from the Black Panther Party and FEED FOLKS! instead of walking by them on the way to the masjid.

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