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Nadrah Lott, Texas - wrote on 11/2/2005 10:28:56 AM
Comment:Asalaam Aleykom. Alhamdullilah! Thank you so much for sharing this letter. My husband and i were just having a discussion on how to write a letter to the school regarding Eid this morning. May Allah accept our prayers and bless us all this holy month of Ramadhan. Ameen!
Azim , UK - wrote on 11/2/2005 2:35:30 AM
Comment:Alhamdilliah this letter will help alot of people at school to get off Eid. Also I think we as muslims in the west are starting to stand up for ourselfs and defend our selfs after sleeping for decades.
Allah is the greatest.
Mateen, Chicago - wrote on 11/2/2005 12:32:28 AM
Comment:Mashallah it's a good letter, which I used myself this year.
Was wondering if someone can advise how to handle higher grades (6th onwards) who don't have a regular class teacher.
Farooq Ahmed, Naperville - wrote on 11/24/2003 9:12:13 AM
Comment:Jazak Allah for making the effort, the letter has just the information for the Eid, which I wanted the school to know.
Heather, USA - wrote on 11/23/2003 6:07:46 PM
Comment:Alhamdulillah...that letter is worded beautifully. As an American convert whose mother is an elementary school teacher, I cannot think of better wording for such a letter insha'Allah. Allahu alim. May Allah(swt) accept all our prayers and our fasting this and each Ramadan. Ameen.
Atef Bashir, Manchester - UK - wrote on 1/19/2003 10:16:18 AM
Comment:Very great effort that we should appreciate and thank you for it.
Allah help you all ..
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