Willie Clark, Dundee Friday 7th July 2006
May ALLAH ease the pain and torment this has put on your father and mother.
Asim Iqbal, London Friday 7th July 2006
Maimoon Jaffery, Islamabad Friday 7th July 2006
Well-wisher, UK Thursday 6th July 2006
I am a law graduate and i just wanted to say that i think the work you and your family are doing is brilliant, I have seen Babar’s father speak many times i think he is a wondeful speaker he often reminds me of my dad. What is happening to you is awful but you are fighting and
refusing to give up. May Allah give you the strength to continue with your hard work. One day it could be any one of us not just brother Babar you are working to help us all and we thank you!!!
Shazia Parveen, UK Thursday 6th July 2006
It is pandering to American and particularly Bush’s paranoia and hate of Muslims.
The British Government will reap the rewards of such unfair action in the form of more 7 July actions carried out by Muslims who feel threatened by Bush and Blair.
If Government does not act sensibly, Muslims can only hit back in the only way they can – by civil actions carried out – by the likes of Irish freedom fighers.
Do act sensibly NOW while there is time.
FREE Babar Ahmad or you will regret it.
B Najak, Durham Thursday 6th July 2006
Inshallah, very soon, i will have the honour of sitting and eating with you so do not despair, have hope in Allah and Allah does not give you a test which you cannot bare.
You are honoured amongst men as all the great scholars of the past and present are or have been in your situation and they were innocent.
So stay strong, Allah will test you as he tested those before him who were following the right path, who were pious men.
We all hate what is happening to you my brother and we will do our utmost best to help / support you through these times.
May Allah answer all your dua’s and the dua’s made for you, for Allah is most kind, most generous. And remember this He is severe in His punishment.
wa alaikum salaam wa rahmatullah
Shabir Makim, Manchester Wednesday 5th July 2006
May this find you in the best of health and Imaan. May Allah swt grant you success in the up and coming days Inshallah. Brother put your trust and faith in Allah as Supreme justice lies with our Almighty Creator and truth shall prevail Inshallah.
3:195 And thus does their Sustainer answer their prayer: “I shall not lose sight of the labour of any of you who labours [in My way], be it man or woman: each of you is an issue of the other. Hence, as for those who forsake the domain of evil, and are driven from their homelands, and suffer hurt in My cause, and fight [for it], and are slain – I shall most certainly efface their bad deeds, and shall most certainly bring them into gardens through which running waters flow, as a reward from God: for with God is the most beauteous of rewards.”
For your family May Allah swt grant them strength and steadfastness. Remember after every hardship there is ease and May Allah grant you and your family ease soon Inshallah.
For others who may be reading this:
4:135 O YOU who have attained to faith! Be ever steadfast in upholding equity, bearing witness to the truth for the sake of God, even though it be against your own selves or your parents and kinsfolk. Whether the person concerned be rich or poor, God’s claim takes precedence over [the claims of] either of them.  Do not, then, follow your own desires, lest you swerve from justice: for if you distort [the truth], behold, God is indeed aware of all that you do!
Allah swt commands us to stand up for TRUTH and JUSTICE. It does not matter who it may concern but our duty is to stand up for what is right and against what is wrong. Let there not be another Babar Ahmad and let us not wrong each other by staying silent.
I pray that Allah deliver you back to your family soon Inshallah.
Umm Ibrahim, manchester Wednesday 5th July 2006
It was through you that Allah guided me to practice my religion.
It was through you that my love for the Prophet (SAW) grew.
It was through you that I spent my youth in the mosque and not a nightclub!
I have never met a more sincere, honest, trustworthy, caring, and gentle person than Babar Ahmad. My duas are always with you.
There’s a saying; you don?t appreciate something until it is gone. I haven’t seen you since they locked you up and now I realise that I never took advantage of your knowledge, wisdom and company – in short I took you for granted.
I wanted to write to you but can never seem to find the right moment so I thought that I?d post a message instead.
May Allah (SWT) hasten your release and reunite you with your family and friends.
“Verily, they plan and Allah plans, but Allah is the best of planners”.
Abu Safiyyah, Tooting Saturday 1st July 2006
Abu Umamah bin Harith reported: The Prophet [Pbuh] said, “Allah decrees Hell for and forbids Paradise to one who takes away the right of a Muslim through a false oath.” Then a man asked, “O Messenger of Allah, [is this true] even it be an insignificant thing?” At that, the Prophet [Pbuh] answered, “Even if it is a twig of a wild berry” [Related by Muslim]
Abu Hurayrah reported that the Prophet [Pbuh] said: This world is a prison for the beleivers and a paradise for the disbelievers. [Related by Muslim]
Maz, Luton Monday 26th June 2006
I think it’s appalling that Babar has not been allowed out on bail in line with the Nat West 3 and with Gary McKinnon.
There is a wise saying:
First they came for the Jews
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for the Communists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Muslims but I was not a Muslim and I did not speak out.
Then they came for the Scottish and the Irish and I did not speak out.
Then they came for me
and there was no one left
to speak out for me.
All good men and women must speak out about the injustice that is taking place in our country; justice has to be seen to be done. Instead of leaders, it seems we have misleaders. I pray that they see the light and the error of their ways.
I wish Babar justice in his own country; I wish Gary Justice in his own country.
I notice their is no link to the Free Gary website on either your webpage or on the Nat West 3 website (friends extradited) but there is a link to both of your websites on the Free Gary website.
Gary comes from Glasgow which is the same town George Galloway comes from. http://freegary.org.uk/
Good Luck to you and your family’s
I hope you will all be free by this time next year.
Winston David, London Thursday 22nd June 2006
I support you from my heart in your struggle for justice.
May Allah guide your path, Aameen.
Najmul Haq, India Wednesday 21st June 2006
This is dedicated to you and all other brothers unlawfully detained.
You are not a prisoner but you are free.
You the master and ?they? your slave.
Free to worship, free to think and contemplate,
Like our Blessed Prophet Muhammad in the Cave.
Without the burden or worry of tomorrow,
nor worry of food, clothes or earning a living,
You are the true slaves of Allah,
The Best Judge the Most forgiving.
Your hearts are alive, full of Imaan,
Your faces radiant with glowing light,
Only to please Allah is your goal,
May Allah raise you to a lofty height.
Unsuccessful are those whose hearts are bound
Shackled, enslaved to worldly desire,
Taken have they, Shaitaan as their leader,
To lead them astray towards the fire.
Hold fast to the rope of Islam,
And fear nothing but our Creator,
Never lose hope nor despair,
For He is the only true Sustainer.
You are like Allah wants us to be,
To praise him all day and glorify him by night,
a life of simplicity, supporting your brother,
doing what is good enjoining what is right.
Reaping the benefits gaining the rewards,
May Allah count you among the successful,
Living a life of peace and submission,
Never are you impatient, always thankful.
Your heart can not be silenced
Your mind can not be controlled,
Your spirit can not be captured,
Nor for any price be sold.
Look towards Allah and you will see
No bars, no barriers no razor wire
You are not a prisoner but you are free.
Umm Ibrahim, Manchester Tuesday 20th June 2006
They know it too,
This is their heaven,
So let them enjoy,
Their frivolous ploy.
Yet they deny,
Allah be with us all
Till Death, we all die.
Abu Zakariya, Cairo, Egypt Tuesday 20th June 2006
Allah says “Inn Allaha Maa as-Sabireen”, “Truly Allah is with those who are patient”, and he says, “…Allah does not burden any soul more than the extent to which He has granted it; after difficulty Allah brings about ease.” [65: 7] and “Allah doesn’t place a burden on any soul greater than it can bear…” [2: 286]
So brother be strong and after you have overcome your difficulty Allah (swt) says: “Indeed after difficulty comes ease. Surely after difficulty comes ease” [94: 5-6].
The reward for patience and trust in Allah’s decree etc above, is as Allah says: “Whoever fears Allah, Allah will find a way out for him (from every difficulty)and He will provide a solution for him from sources that he could never have imagined.? [65:2-3]
So look forward to that way out, and look forward to the ease that comes after difficulty, trust that ease will come as it is clearly stated by your lord, cherisher,
creator, sustainer and master of the universe.
“…Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest.” [13:28]
Inshallah you will be rewarded for your patience. You continue to be in my prayers.
Khurshida, England Sunday 18th June 2006
you are a muslim a true muslim Allah hasnt forgotten you!
and nor has anyone else!
the people who have put you and your family throgh this will be punished inshallah. have faith in Allah
i also just want to say that ‘what doesnt kill you makes you stronger’ and inshallah you will come out and things wont be forgotten but inshallah you will lead a normal life.
may Allah give you and your family strength
from all of the muslim brothers and sisters in Manor Park
Adeeba Azam, East London (Manor Park) Sunday 18th June 2006
Where children and youth are shot! And we are be played like a tune ?a melody for the emptiness thier slogans like ?the war on terror? while the rape of a nation and ?the plunder of its a wealth and resources together with ?the power of the corporate media frenzy that has been brought together to focus on the lies! The Fictions and creative jargon to bamboozle the public. To frighten them
?the multinational cooperate businesses that can hire the armed forces to guard the precious commodity that run there tanks and planes ?that keep the wheels of industry rolling and the banks of the rich and prosperous healthy while you are in your bed? remember ?we are also here in our cells our prison? some like to pretend that they are free but they don?t act like free men ?many of them hide from the truth of their attachment to the world and all that it contains they cannot shake of the shackles of there own making ?but I know that in your cell you dream about the day of your release.
?I know you know now the value of the word freedom and its responsibility ?more then the wrenched and the wicked who don?t deserve it! But in a world where a man can rape a three month old child and be rewarded for his profession of guilt and a man who has been convicted of nothing but allegations? and suppositions and having protested his innocence while being kept in top security jails and treated with impunity and dereliction of his human rights can be left with out a voice.
Is it surely a sign of a nation close to ruin? Where the fabric of moral society has lost the thread of its being? God is with you Barbar keep calling on him and for us for he is with voice the suppliant ?I cannot sleep the sleep of peace until you are restored to your former state ?while you are in hidden in cells ?remember ?yusuf? you are out of sight but never out of mind ?it is not possible for a believer to go to bed while his brother is in some need so I asked Alaah subhana wa tallaah to bring you ease for He is our very helper and strong foundation and never have I we been without because of Him
?Oh Allaah help your poor and your needy slave out of the hand of the wicked and deliver him to the arms of his loved ones and let those who condem him be ashamed and those who plot against him. let them fall into there own snare may Allaah judge those who judge him for Allaah he is the best of those who judge. Amin waslaamalaykum your brother In faith Idriss
Idriss, manchester Friday 16th June 2006
Although I have never met you, I am hurting and feeling pain for what 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 far 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 was humbled by the privilege and honour of meeting your father at the ?Call for Justice? rally in Blackburn in May and I can say with certainty that I have rarely met a man with as much courage as he demonstrates. My brother you are one blessed person to have a father such as him. 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. It is a time for martyrs now? In the end, we will remember not the words or actions of our enemies, but the silence and inaction of our friends. Our lives become insignificant when we become silent about things that matter. I pray that Allaah (swt) gives us all the ability to sustain your fight by any peaceful means necessary.
Finally my bother, never, never, never give up hope.
All praise is due to Allaah (swt), the Lord of all the Worlds.
Your brother in Islaam
Rizwan Chohan, Manchester Thursday 15th June 2006
I received 136 votes whilst campaigning for your release as part of a pro-civil liberties ticket.
It shows that the people of the UK support the rights of the individual to a free and fair degree of treatment by the judicial system.
Unfortunately Tony Blair seems to have forgotten that vital tenent of democracy, which is ironic – considering the fact that his wife is a barrister.
All the best, stay strong – you have right on your side.
Phil Brand., Tooting, England. Sunday 11th June 2006
Sam O’Brien, Rochdale Thursday 11th May 2006