Alhamdulillah. Assalaatu wassalaam ala Rasoolillah
Assalaamu alaykum wrb
Dear Brother Babar,
My dear brother, I pray that you are in the very best of health and the strongest of imaan.
Although I have never met you, I am hurting for you and feeling the pain you must be going through in this hour of tribulation. My love is with you always my brother. I was reduced to tears when I first realised the extent of your brutal ordeal at the hands of the police. Do not despair my brother, by Allaah (swt) Justice will be served whether in this life or the next.
May Allaah (swt) be kind to you, your wife, your parents and your family at this most difficult time. May Allaah (swt) guide you and your family through this trial. May Allaah (swt) answer our duas for your freedom. You are never away from my thoughts and I pray that Allaah (swt) gives you strength and patience during this time of injustice. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere but rest assured my brother Justice will be done! This is as Allaah (swt), the Glorified, the Exalted, wills.
My heart yearns for your freedom my brother and I pray that Allaah (swt) eases your suffering and that of your family. Stay firm to the Truth my brother and do not despair for this is a test from Allaah (swt) and He knows best in all situations. Salvation lies within so hold firm to imaan and remember that you are not alone in this struggle. Every Muslim is a brother to every other Muslim and so the Muslims of Blackburn are praying for you as are the Muslims of Manchester and other cities around the country.
I write to you having attended the ?Call for Justice? rally in Blackburn on Sunday 7th May. At the event I was humbled by the privilege and honour of meeting your father and I can say with certainty that I have rarely met a man with as much courage as he has demonstrated. My brother you are one blessed person to have a father such as he. I pray that Allaah (swt) gives patience to your parents, wife and family. May Allaah (swt) help them through this ordeal and give them the strength to withstand the emotional strain. May Allaah (swt) have mercy on them. May Allaah (swt) have mercy on you always.
No one can be at peace until you my brother have your freedom. I pray that Allaah (swt) hastens your release to freedom and enables all Muslims to fight in your cause. I pray that Allaah (swt) gives us all the ability to take up your fight by any available means.
Finally my bother, never, never, never give up hope.
All praise is due to Allaah (swt), the Lord of all the Worlds.
Fi amaanillah
Your brother

Rizwan, Manchester Thursday 11th May 2006


I am by no means a fan of Islam but free speech and honesty is something we fought for in WWII and something I will continue to fight for. Babar Ahmad is innocent and even if there is a charge to be heard then this should be dealt with by British courts. I have inside information that one of the allegations is a lie. Although this lie has been propogated by Channel 4. The lie being that he ran his websites from his University computers. This is untrue.

Marie Griffiths, UK Wednesday 10th May 2006


Assalamu alaikum brother Babar Ahmad
It feels like living in a world of risk just after hearing your case. of course, the whole world knows by now that you are NOT guilty of terrorism. and it hurts to know that you’ve been held without charge under a ‘civilised’ government of Britain.
..may Allah give you more strength, more than you already have.and we pray that you are not sent in the hands of the US, ameen thuma ameen. you’ve been through hell and you still are yet you survived and are surviving. our dua’as are with you always insha Allah.
Those who believe, and suffer exile and strive with might and main, in Allah?s cause, with their goods and their persons, have the highest rank in the sight of Allah: they are the people who will achieve (salvation). (Qur?an, 9:20)
wassalamu alaikum warahmatullah

Tahira, West yorks, UK Wednesday 10th May 2006


Assalamu-alaikum warahatullahi wabarakatuh,
May Allah help and guide you and your family in this difficult time. Ameen.
I cannot even begin to imagine what you and your family are going through. May Allah grant you patience and strength. Ameen.
You are in the thoughts and duas of many. Justice will inshallah prevail.

sis, Lancs Tuesday 9th May 2006


its amazing how british people are known for their civilization and their politeness, its a FALSE NAME for some of them.
its a war on islam, not terror. they call it anti terror campaigning, whilst the world chants, ‘BUSH AND BLAIR YOU ARE THE TERRORISTS!’
i wish you all the vey best my brother, Allah is with you, these people will suffer for this, if not on this earth then certainly in the hereafter.
All we can do is raise our hands and pray.

Azreen, Birmingham Monday 8th May 2006


i am atheist but am deeply frustrated with this government and the u.s. for its blatant human rights abuses, particularly against Muslims.
i can only offer my support and will do all i can to help bring this hypocrisy to an end. what’s with demonizing Saddam Hussein then making yourself as bad as him?
as your Muslim brothers say, according to your religion Allah will bring justice where in this life it was absent
i am seriously considering converting to Islam and embracing Allah and his prophet Muhammad and this sort of stupidity makers me think more about it.
may Allah be with you in times of suffering, and may these hypocrites who demonized terrorism whilst conducting it themselves be stopped.
there are thousands here who care about you and want you free, do not think we have forgotten about you, you are not alone.
Allahu (PBUH) Akbar

Samuel Lock, Nottingham Monday 8th May 2006


Asalamualykum brother! What can we say that will bring you comfort or ease? no words will explain how much you suffering. Allah s.w.a truly does test those whom he loves. Please don’t give up & my duas are always with you and your family and all my other brothers & sisters in guntameno bay.

Husna Ahmed, UK Monday 8th May 2006



firstly id like to thank babars father who has relentlessly tried for babars release. I was in King Georges Hall where Babars father gave a heart rendering speech. It captured me to a great extent and was also emotionally captivating. I cannot begin to imagine what the family must be going through. Subject to the injuries on the site i am horrified nothing was done. It just signifies the inhumane treatment of muslim individuals. I have sincere sympathy for babar. I realli hope Allah gives him power to overcome the enemies and hope he stays steadfast and strong not only for himself but also his family. LONG LIVE ISLAM for the enemies i have nothing to sey …as of yet…

Asma, Blackburn Monday 8th May 2006


Assalamualeikum Brother Babar,
I just wanted to say, May Allah accept all your sacrifices. I dont know you at all and I probably will never meet you in my life, but I met your farther today in blackburn as he addressed a congregation in relation to you being detained. Your farther is a very special man my heart felt so much for him as he was craving for his sons freedom. I learnt about your background and how you got to in the postion that you are in today. I truly pray to the ALLMIGHTY ALLAH TALA, THE PROTECTOR FROM ALL EVIL, THAT YOU MY BROTHER ARE RELEASED VERY VERY SOON. I PRAY AND ASK ALLAH TO GRANT YOUR FAMILY THE FREEDOM OF THEIR SON

Nadeem Rajani, Preston Lancashire Sunday 7th May 2006


i am an active member of the campaign to release Mr Ahmed from what seems to be the goverments version of democracy. it is essential that both muslims and non muslims work together as a community to prevent the islamic version of the hollocast

Anonymous, London Monday 17th April 2006


From Allah we come and to him we shall all return.

Your sister in islam, Bradford Friday 14th April 2006


Assalamualeikum Brother Babar,

I pray that you are well. I would just like to say that you are very fortunate to have such a supportive father whose relentless campaigning has bought so much recognition to your case.
We all know that the United States’ motives are REVENGE even if meeted out on innocents. This is how cowboys and outlaws operate. It’s a shame that our country is represented by absolute admirers of the Bush regime and all that is bad about the United States. There was a time when the English were admired for their chivalry and honour. Now, our country has succumbed to the dictates of blood-thirsty men (and one idiot in particular). It’s ironic that our PM is an intelligent man and should know better. For politicians the political interests of a country supercede the interests of its people (2 million on the streets of London!). As Palmerston said: ?Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests.? We can only hope that the expensive “mistakes” in Iraq makes our government stop backing the losing horse.
Babar, you are always in our duas. Its almost comical that me on the outside should urge you to be steadfast and to have patience, but in this religion of ours the sinners are also urged to enjoin the Good.May Allah release you soon. I also ask you to make dua for me, I read somewhere once that dua is the weapon of the believer. You may be in shackles but they’ll never be able to disarm you of this weapon.

Abu Isa, London Thursday 6th April 2006


Innalaha maswaabireen, Allah helps those who are saabr, Brother Babar, your case has always been thought of by myself and many in my community, Inshallah you will get justice for everything that has been cast upon you, for allah t(swt) doesnt let his believers down…you are always in our duas…

Salma, Manchester Friday 31st March 2006


It is very disturbing and upsetting to hear what you?re going through, I cannot even begin to imagine what you may be feeling. But remember Allah swa is with you, today they torture you, and tomorrow Allah swa will torture them. Remember your punishment for no crime committed will come to an end Inshallah, but will theirs?

Shaf, U.K Friday 31st March 2006


Assalaamu alaykum wrb
Dear Brother,
I pray that this email finds you in the strongest of emaan. Please do not think that we are not thinking and praying for you. By the Will of Allaah, Justice will Prevail, if not in this Life, then in the Hereafter. One night I prayed for you at tahajjud time. I do not know you, but I can say that the little that we have to got to know of you through meeting people that have met you, it is clear that you are a man of very wise words mashaa’Allaah and a strong believer . I pray that Allaah (swt) protects your humility, your emaan and your integrity. May Allaah (swt) give you strength in this time of tribulation.
Allaah (swt) only tests those whom He loves. This trial is a means for your root to Jannah. May Allaah help you, May Allaah help your family through this trial and reward them in the Hereafter. We are thinking of you and praying for in Manchester.
Many many duas
Your sister in Islaam

Saima Ejaz, Manchester Monday 27th March 2006


Well what can you say when someone that you know well is going through this injustice – It is fine for all us muslims to make dua and ask our brother to stay strong but what are we actually doing about it collectively. I am not asking anyone to take the law into your own hands as that will only worsen the psoition of every single muslim in the Britain today. But shutting muslim businesses and not going to work for one day as a protest to this injustice might make more people listen.
This labour governement has been able to get away with one of the biggest lie ever told to a nation which inturn has quietly accepted this tyranny. It hurts me to say that i have no faith in British Law / politicians and to some extent the British people.
Babar Ahmad is a kind / learned and peacful man. In all my years of knowing him he never once talked about hurting people in the name of Islam infact he always paid more importance to eduacting people. It is a travesty to see someone like him accused of these crimes .

You are the strongest / most sincere and honest person i have known in my life. I pray for you everyday …

MO, London Monday 27th March 2006


assalaamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh,

Surah Al-‘Imran Ayah [142]
Do you think that you will enter Paradise before Allah tests those of you who fought (in His Cause) and (also) tests those who are As-Sabirin (the patient ones, etc.)?
Surah Al-A’raf Ayah [128]
Musa (Moses) said to his people: “Seek help in Allah and be patient….
Surah Hud Ayah [115]
And be patient; verily, Allah loses not the reward of the good-doers.
Surah Ar-Ra’d Ayah [22]
And those who remain patient, seeking their Lord’s Countenance, perform As-Salat (Iqamat-as-Salat), and spend out of that which We have bestowed on them, secretly and openly, and defend evil with good, for such there is a good end;
Surah An-Nahl Ayah [127]
And endure you patiently (O Muhammad ), your patience is not but from Allah. And grieve not over them (polytheists and pagans, etc.), and be not distressed because of what they plot.
Surah Al-‘Imran Ayah [160]
If Allah helps you, none can overcome you; and if He forsakes you, who is there after Him that can help you? And in Allah (Alone) let believers put their trust.
Surah At-Taubah Ayah [51]
Say: “Nothing shall ever happen to us except what Allah has ordained for us. He is our Maula (Lord, Helper and Protector).” And in Allah let the believers put their trust.
Surah Ibrahim Ayah [12]
“And why should we not put our trust in Allah while He indeed has guided us our ways. And we shall certainly bear with patience all the hurt you may cause us, and in Allah (Alone) let those who trust, put their trust.”
Surah An-Nahl Ayah [99]
Verily! he has no power over those who believe and put their trust only in their Lord (Allah).
Surah Ash-Shu’ara Ayah [217]
And put your trust in the All-Mighty, the Most Merciful,
Surah Al-Ahzab Ayah [3]
And put your trust in Allah, and Sufficient is Allah as a Wakil (Trustee, or Disposer of affairs).?Whatever befalls a Muslim of physical weakness or complaint or worry or distress or harm or even a thorn in his finger, is used by Allah to erase some of his sins.? (related by Al-Bukhari, Muslim and others)Allah’s Apostle (Sal-allahu-aleihi-wasallam) said: “Strange are the ways of a believer for there is good in every affair of his and this is not the case with anyone else except in the case of a believer for if he has an occasion to feel delight, he thanks (God), thus there is a good for him in it, and if he gets into trouble and shown resignation (and endures it patiently), there is a good for him in it”.

Narrated by Suhaib ibn Sinan ar-Rumi (Razi Allah Ta’lah Anhu); Muslim transmitted it. Hadith No.5297 of Mishkat al-Masabih.
And whoever remains patient, Allah will make him patient. Nobody can be given a blessing better and greater than patience. (Bukhari)
Whoever causes a harm to believers, Allah harms him. Whoever causes difficulty to them, Allah makes his way difficult. (Tirmidhi)
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ?If Allaah wants to do good to a person, He gives him understanding of the religion.?
He (pbuh) also said: “The keeper of my Sunna at the time my Community has lapsed into corruption will receive the reward of a hundred martyrs.”
Muslim (2572) narrated that ?Aa?ishah said: I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say: ?There is nothing that befalls a believer, not even a thorn that pricks him, but Allaah will record a hasanah (good deed) for him thereby, or erase from him a sin.?
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “When Allah desires good for someone, He tries him with hardships.” [Sah?h al-Bukh?r?]
Abu Hurayrah (radiallaahu anhu) reported that the Prophet (sallallaahualaihi wasallam) said:
” Whenever a Muslim is afflicted by harm from sickness or other matters, Allah will drop his sins because of that, like a tree drops its leaves.” [ Bukharee and Muslim ]
” An ailment is intensified for the righteous. whenever a believer is afflicted by a hardship, either it is a thorn or more, a sin is taken off from him because of it, and he is elevated by one rank ( in Jannah). ” [ Ahmad ]

May Allah assist him and his family and all imprisoned muslims, ameen.

Sumayya, Allah’s Land Saturday 25th March 2006


Dear brother may Allah be pleased with you. You have shown an example of how a Muslim should be: Patient
Allahuakbar. one day you will get justice whether it is in this life or akhirah. May Alla bless all those brothers and sisters around the world and those who have commented on this site.

Mujib ur Rahman, London Wednesday 22nd March 2006


Assalaamualaikum My Brother In Islam,
My Allah give you & your family patience and firmness during this difficult time. Your only crime that you beleive in Allah and his Messenger. I pray for you and will continue to pray for you and do whatever i can with Allahs help, to work to secure your release.
Your Brother In Islam

Waseem Afzal, Manchester Tuesday 21st March 2006


assalam u alaykum
brother Babar
I pray for your safety and dignity
may Allah punish your oppressors
May Allah grant you and your family peace
Never Compromise your yourself or your faith
Love and Blessings upon you
May ALLAH swt be with you in every step of your way
I stop at Allahs Mercy praying he brings his mercy and help upon you and all Muslims in trouble.
Remebering You in My Duas

Sister In Islam, britain Saturday 18th March 2006

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