Rehan Syed, Bangalore, India Thursday 5th July 2007
I would just like to say that Allah (swt) only tests those whom He loves and He does not burden someone more than they can bear. InshAllah at the end of all this there will be a reward for you. Just remember Allah (swt) always, and have reliance on Him and we pray that you will be safely returned to your family InshAllah in good health. We will all ask Allah as He (swt) never refuses His believers when they ask him of Him for help. InshAllah you will be free and will have an excellent life with your family.
You are always in our dua’s. May Allah accept the du’as of all those praying for their brother Babar and may Allah (swt) grant you happiness and peace. May He help you in every way. Ameen!
Sister in Islam, UK Sunday 1st July 2007
Saf, Lancashire Thursday 28th June 2007
Umm Abdrahmaan, Tuesday 26th June 2007
Mariam Khan and Nabila Talemsani, London Tuesday 26th June 2007
Layla Rahman, Stockport Monday 25th June 2007
K.A Afridi, London Saturday 23rd June 2007
Umar Khattab, Birmingham Friday 22nd June 2007
Abu Muhammad, London Friday 22nd June 2007
Abid, South London Thursday 21st June 2007
Yahya, London Tuesday 19th June 2007
Anyone for whom Allah intends good, He makes him suffer from some affliction. (Bukhari).
You are in my duas… May Allah accept our duas ameen.
Maryama, USA Tuesday 19th June 2007
N Aftab, Derby Friday 15th June 2007
I trust that those who are responsible for this decision can sleep at night.
Perhaps we can show our disgust at this man’s treatment, and at Blair’s slavish support for such a one sided extradition treaty, by boycotting US goods…..
Phil Brand, Tooting – Broadway, London. Thursday 14th June 2007
inshallah one day he be free, buh untill den dont stop giving up. if you need any promotion dont hesitate to contact me to support you
Hassan, London Thursday 14th June 2007
May Allah have mercy on the brother and may he accept our dua so that brother Babar is not extradited to the US. May He give the brother and his family patience in this time of need and may he give them all success in this life and the next. Ameen.
A Ajmal, Midlands Thursday 14th June 2007
Sadya, Preston Wednesday 13th June 2007
This verdict is completely outrageous and I have nothing but anger towards a system that continues to bring injustice against brothers and sisters.
Dua is no issue and a duty but we must in any possible continue to fly the flag for babar in every possible way.
this battle is only lost if we go silent
best wishes and dua to family
Aki Nawaz, London Wednesday 13th June 2007
MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
YOU ARE A PART OF ALL US MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS
MAY ALLAH (SWT) GIVE YOU COURAGE AND STRENGTH INSHALLAH
ALLAH IS GREAT HE WILL SEND A MIRACLE INSHALLAH
HAVE HOPE AND DO NOT GIVE UP BROTHER!
Gulnaz Khan, London Wednesday 13th June 2007
It brings tears to my eyes to see that such things can take place in an open democracy such as the UK. May Allah give Babar Ahmad and his family strength, patience, endurance in this difficult trial and may He grant them justice from His Immense justice, if not in this world then be sure it will be in the next where the punishment for the perpetrators will be manyfold.
Allah give us all strenth and please everyone remember Babar and his family in your duas.
Jashim Ali, London Wednesday 13th June 2007