Asalamu alaykum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuhu,
One of the great scholars once said, ‘If the kings of the world knew what was in our hearts (of faith in Allah), they would fight us for it.” Br. Babar,your iman and patience through this trial has been an example for all to follow. I pray that Allah (SWT) puts the Jannah in your heart in this world and grants you the highest level of Jannah in the Hereafter. Allah (SWT) will take care of you and your family, so do not worry for Allah (SWT) promises, “…And whosoever fears Allah and keeps his duty to Him, He will make a way for him to get out (from every difficulty). And He will provide him from (sources) he never could imagine. And whosoever puts his trust in Allah, then He will suffice him…” (Surat At Talaq, Ayahs 2-3)

Strivin4Jannah, VA, USA Sunday 20th November 2005

 

Wow. This story is amazing. I didn’t realise that this was happening in this country, i am thoroughly appalled, are there no grounds for appeal?
A concerned friend
Mark

Mark Smithfield, London Sunday 20th November 2005

 

May allah stay with you and help you at all times

An Islamic Sister, Surrey Saturday 19th November 2005

 

Yesterdays announcement came as a shock to us as a family, having attended court hearing of Babar we were sure that justice would prevail.
However, it would appear that injustice has instead prevailed. We continue to pray for Brother Babar and the whole family, and Insha’Allah the truth will be revealed for Allah is not unjust.
Your Sister in Islam,

Fiyza Awan (aged 15), UK Saturday 19th November 2005

 

I hope you get just treatment – what has happened to you is a crime – it is a shame on our country you and others have been treated this way. Amnesty International was founded in this country but now they are having to investigate human rights abuses in this country. Assuring you of my prayers

Martin Byrne, Accrington UK Saturday 19th November 2005

 

Dont worry brother Babar and family, Allaah is your Lord and He will not forsake you.
“But they plan, and Allaah plans.
And Allaah is the best of planners.”
(Al-Anfaal: 30).
Wa salaam ‘alaikum warahmatullaah…

Niqaabis, London, UK Saturday 19th November 2005

 

My dear Brother in Islam-
I’m sincerely praying for you- May Allah protect you and reward you for your hardships.
I feel deeply saddened by the failure of this goverment to give you justice- May Allah give you justice.
Your courage is a true inspiration to all- MashaAllah.
You will be remembered by all because of this.
My prayers are with your wife and family may Allah give them strength- Ameen
Love from your sister in Islam

Sister in Islam, London-Camden Friday 18th November 2005

 

“The Prophet, salAllahu alaiyhi wasalam, said to him while Ibn-Abbas was riding behind him on the same mount;
“Young man, I shall teach you some words [of advice]:
Be mindful of Allah and you will find him in front of you. If you ask, ask only Allah and if you seek help, seek help only from Allah. And know that if all the nations were to gather together to benefit you, they would benefit you only with something that Allah had already prescribed for you, and if they gather together to harm you, they would harm you only with something that Allah had already prescribed for you. The pens have been lifted and the pages are dry.”
[At-Tirmidhi]

Anonymous, UK Friday 18th November 2005

 

Dear friends, greetings, and am appalled at decision of Home Sec for extradition of Babar Ahmad.
Our thoughts, best wishes and solidarity to Babar Ahmad, his family and friends, and the extended Muslim community in Wandsworth and elsewhere. Anything we might do to assist in the legal appeal, let us know.
Connected in pursuit of justice, best regards/in peace

Bruce Mackenzie, Member – Wandsworth Stop the War/Green Party Friday 18th November 2005

 

As salaam alaikum, I am deeply saddened by the decision made. All i can say is the truth and that is that Allah tests those who he loves. I pray Allah gives patience to Babar and his family. My prayers are for you.
Your sister in islam

Anonymous, Scotland Friday 18th November 2005

 

I spent hours protesting for Babar outside Bow Street Magistrates and I was deeply appauled to hear the Home Secretary’s decision on the news last night. I will continue to campaign for Babar’s freedom, as no fellow human being should be treated in this way. I send my love to Babar and his family at this hard time.
We are all supporting you.
‘As-Salaam-Alaikum’

Concepta, London Friday 18th November 2005

 

May Allah give Babar and his family strength and patience. Ameen.

A, London Thursday 17th November 2005

 

DEEPLY SADDENED TO SEE SUPPOSED JUSTICE FROM A SO CALLED CIVILIZED COUNTRY. I CANNOT IMAGINE THE DIFFCULITY AND HARDSHIPS BABAR AND HIS FAMILY HAS GONE THROUGH AND IS CONTINUING TO GO THROUGH. THIS IS EASY FOR ME TO SAY BUT MY MESSAGE TO BABAR AHMED AND HIS FAMILY IS TO REMAIN PATIENT AND BE STEADFAST FOR SURELY ALLAH (SWT) IS ALWAYS WITH THE PATIENT. MAY ALLAH (SWT) MAKE THINGS EASY FOR BABAR AND HIS FAMILY. OUR DUAS ARE WITH YOU ALL.

Ali Rafiq, london, UK Thursday 17th November 2005

 

Firstly, I wish to let my brother Babar Ahmad know that his plight will be in my prayers, that good sense and justice prevail and that he may soon return to his family.

Secondly, I am getting more concerned every day about where my own country is heading. I have in the past considered this home of mine to be one of the most just political systems in the world. Indeed I gave 15 years of my life serving this country in its armed forces, 3 years of which were spent on active service. Recently, whilst working in Bradford I saw at first hand the warmth and kindness of Muslims and was gradually drawn into this beautiful deen.

Since then I have become aware of the absolute negative attitude of the authorities towards the Muslim. Like others we are not all perfect but appear to be judged by infamous deeds from an insignificant proportion of extremism in our ranks, which may or may not be just. I am not qualified to judge these events and know that all of us will eventually be judged by Allah(SWT). I am not totally cognisant of the charges laid out for Babar Ahmad nor does this site address that. However, it appears to me that the British authorities cannot make a case against him, as I am sure they would if they felt he had broken the law, and they freed him. Therefore, if he has not been convicted of any charge, it is my understanding he is not guilty of any offence. What is really intolerable is how this so called democratic government, of the mother of all democratic parliaments, can accept an agreement with another country to hand over its own nationals to them without having to show proof of any wrongdoing. Furthermore, if what I have read is correct, it does not work the other way round! Is this true? Someone please clarify that point for me. So I am totally disgusted that someone who has been basically cleared of wrong doing can have this done to them.

Thirdly, I understand that the charges relate to funds being collected for the organisations fighting foreign aggression on Islamic soil. Am I right in believing that in the case of Afghanistan, it was not so long ago that the Americans themselves sent money to their anti soviet hero, Osama Bin Laden, to a C.I. A. Organisational Front which they themselves codenamed “Al Quaida – in English the Base” (does this sound like a real jihadi Arabic name? don’t think so). Funny how things turn around. The prime Minister has been known to have the odd cup of tea at number ten with other notorious and formerly classified terrorists such as Martin McGuiness of the IRA. Does this mean that in the future when other events take the world stage, that Babar Ahmad can look forward to a cup of tea with the Prime Minister and be offered a ministerial job? Well maybe not.

I am so shocked by the draconian laws and measurements, which are slipping into this land, that I feel I can no longer stay here and will be looking to move elsewhere where I know where I stand, even if the new country does not have democracy. At least I will know how I stand but will not feel persecuted and can lead a good and decent life in the servitude of Allah(SWT) amongst my brothers and sisters. I am embarrassed to be an Englishman!

May Allah(SWT) be with you Babar Ahmad and all your family and friends that are affected by this miscarriage of justice, may we as Muslims forget our cultural differences and stand united against these ridiculous measures and other injustices against our religion, the true religion.

Best wishes from your brother in Islam,
Allah hafiz.

Abd Al-Latif Whiting, West London Thursday 17th November 2005

 

MAY ALLAH SWT HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME, WE ARE ALL PRAYING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

S Cullasy, london Thursday 17th November 2005

 

May Allah be with Babar Ahmad. I do not understand how the British Home Secretary allowed extradition to USA the government of which is responsible for the biggest wave of terrorism in the world today?
Why have the police team who tortured him not been prosecuted? Has Tony Blair’s govt lost its mind?
Truth and righteousness wil be victorious in the end.

Shuja Khan, United Kingdom Thursday 17th November 2005

 

Sister and family of Barbar Ahmad
My heart goes out to you all, may Allah swt keep you all strong and safe.
Insha Allah he does not get extradited

Zeina Abu-kalbin, United Kingdom Thursday 17th November 2005

 

2:45 Nay, seek (Allah’s) help with patient perseverance and prayer: It is indeed hard, except to those who bring a lowly spirit,-
WastaAAeenoo bissabri wassalati wainnaha lakabeeratun illa AAala alkhashiAAeen
2:46 Who bear in mind the certainty that they are to meet their Lord, and that they are to return to Him.
Allatheena yathunnoona annahum mulaqoo rabbihim waannahum ilayhi rajiAAoon

Anonymous, UK Thursday 17th November 2005

 

This is indeed a travesty. I am ashamed of my country, the U.S., and I can only hope that both the leaders of my country and England come to their senses. Maybe we are headed to yet another Crusade.
Only God, allah or whomever we choose to worship can help us now.
I wish your son/husband well.

John Kilcher, United Kingdom Thursday 17th November 2005

 

May Allah be with you as He is always with the truth…

Riaz, Bolton Thursday 17th November 2005

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