8 responses to “Ramadan Mubarak

  1. Ramadan Mubarak to you and your family, Brother 🙂

    If you get to New York City, please let me know and I would be honored to invite you to a meeting of the New York Nimatullahi Sufi khaniqah, which meets on Thursday and Sunday nights. Here is the information if you just want to call and stop by. Ask for Paul when you call 🙂

    306 W. 11th St.
    New York, NY
    Tel: 212-924-7739

    Ya Haqq!

  2. Salam alaikoum dear brother;

    jazakallah khayr for this blog rich in informations; I am interested since a long time about Islam and China; I wish insha’Allah that you will continu this great work.

    May Allah bless you and your family.

    Habib Matthieu

  3. Salam and Ramadhan Mubarak to you & family….Have a blessed Ramadhan which sadly will leaves us too soon…

  4. Ramadan in China this year especially in view of the disorder in Xinjiang will be very hard and sober. Muslims around the world hold mostly positive view of China. The events in xinjiang have hurt the feelings of Muslims. Muslims everywhere offer prayers of peace and prosperity for the Muslims of China and especially for the people of Xinjiang. One good Muslim website which has covered the recent crisis in China is :
    I recommend people to visit the site.
    Ramadan Mubarak to all.

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  6. Assalaamualaikum Wang Daiyu,

    I’d like to wish you a peaceful Eid Ul-Fitr. 22 years ago when I was a volunteer in a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, I was ACCIDENTALLY hit by a battery which came from a little boy who meant to hit someone else. An elder man scolded the little boy who threw the battery. He said,” How could you hit Dolly? She is one of us. She is also a child of Ibrahim.” I was very touched by this old man’s words (being one of us, and a child of Ibrahim/Abraham). Several months later, when there was heavy shelling and bombardment around our camp, another elder man asked me whether I would mind if they bury me in their cemetery, in case, to put it short, I die.
    I thought they were sincerely, genuinely kind and honest. They = muslims had never treated me as an alien, and, thankfully, I began to read books on Islam and eventually became one.

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