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Re.TiReD
01-06-2009, 06:17 PM
[Dunno why it's only for sisters but...]

What Sisters Must and Can do for Gaza

Dear Sister, as you sit in your home and go about with your day to day chores, your Muslim Sisters are suffering in Gaza.
As you do your shopping, their supply tunnels have been cut off. As you laugh and eat, they cry and are hungry; as you carry your heavy purse on your shoulder, your sisters in hospitals are in need of basic medication.
As you collect your children from school, they collect from school the dead bodies of their children. As you hug your children to sleep, they hug their children who are dead and forever asleep. These young children were too young to be apart of Hamas:


As you pick up your children and give them love, they carry them for their burial:

Your decorated house gives comfort to you; their shattered homes cry memories for the people that once inhabited them.
As you attend your talks and lectures, the Islamic University of Gaza, in which 30 thousand students once studied, lies shattered and desolate and they say it's not a war on Islaam!

Think back in time, as the Prophet [saws] moved his blessed lips and said: "The believers, in their love, mutual kindness, and close ties, are like one body; when any part complains, the whole body responds to it with wakefulness and fever." [Saheeh Muslim]


Are you feeling the pain….?


And:"Any Muslim who forsakes his fellow Muslim at a time when his honour and sanctity are being attacked, will have Allah forsaking him at the time when needs His support the most. Any Muslim who supports his fellow Muslim at a time when his honour and sanctity are being attacked, will have Allah supporting him at the time when needs His support the most." (Ahmad & Abu Dawud)Following Israel's assault on the Gaza Strip, Palestinian medics are working overtime to save lives. But medical supplies in the besieged territory are low and hospitals are struggling to cope with the high number of casualties.

What you can do
· DONATE NOW:


Interpal (020 8961 9993) www.interpal.org
Ummah Welfare Trust (01274 390 396) www.uwt.org
Muslim Aid (020 7377 4200) www.muslimaid.org
· * Make du’a and get children to make du’a. [especially during the last third of the night.]
· *Raise money.
· *in spending money and causing awareness.
· *Cause more awareness
· *Sign the following petition: http://www.petitiononline.com/gaza2812/petition.html
· * Try to get your Father/Brother to go and actually meet /contact your local MP
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/or callthe Foreign & Commonwealth Office, by dialling: 020 7008 1500.
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