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Darth Ultor
02-16-2010, 11:27 PM
There are two tumors in my neck that need to be removed. I have a condition called neurofibromatosis. This is a condition where I have a lot of tumors in my body, cafe au lait spots on my skin, and I get lightheaded spells, moments of weakness, and days when I am just out of it. Most of the tumors were benign, but I had one malignant one when I was fifteen.So, I went to Philadelphia for evaluations and one of the tumors show high cell activity and another low cell activity. They need to be removed this coming Tuesday (it was originally set for Monday, but now they need another doctor in on it). Yesterday, I went to the hospital again for blood work and a chest X-Ray. Before going there, I met with the neurosurgeon's assistant, and she said the surgery will only take three hours if all goes well, the stay in the hospital will only be two days, and the pain will be minimal. I'm telling you, there is divine intervention here. Blessed is our merciful, loving God. Allah hu Akbar! Allah hu Akbar!
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Maryan0
02-16-2010, 11:42 PM
[QUOTE=Boaz;1293405]There are two tumors in my neck that need to be removed. I have a condition called neurofibromatosis. This is a condition where I have a lot of tumors in my body, cafe au lait spots on my skin, and I get lightheaded spells, moments of weakness, and days when I am just out of it. Most of the tumors were benign, but I had one malignant one when I was fifteen.So, I went to Philadelphia for evaluations and one of the tumors show high cell activity and another low cell activity. They need to be removed this coming Tuesday (it was originally set for Monday, but now they need another doctor in on it). Yesterday, I went to the hospital again for blood work and a chest X-Ray. Before going there, I met with the neurosurgeon's assistant, and she said the surgery will only take three hours if all goes well, the stay in the hospital will only be two days, and the pain will be minimal. I'm telling you, there is divine intervention here. Blessed is our merciful, loving God. Allah hu Akbar! Allah hu Akbar![QUOTE]

That's good news, inshallah all goes well and your recovery is quick.
salam
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جوري
02-16-2010, 11:50 PM
Greetings Boaz,

I am sorry to hear of your conditions.. there are two types of neurofibromatosis, neither is pleasant.. I sincerely wish you a quick recovery..

this is a good place for you to talk about your condition, your expectation and hopefully your path to recovery..

any ailment that befalls one is hopefully an expiation of sins and a chance to teach others something very valuable..

wishing you the best

peace
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☆ღUmm Uthmanღ☆
02-16-2010, 11:54 PM
Hi..

Sorry to know about your ailment..

May U be blessed with a speedy recovery..:)

Bye..
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Dagless
02-16-2010, 11:56 PM
Good luck man, inshallah the op will be a complete success.
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Froggy
02-16-2010, 11:58 PM
I hope you will be well, may god help you during the operation

ani mekave shetachlim bimhera, mi yiten veelohim yihiye itcha bemahalach hanituach
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Darth Ultor
02-17-2010, 12:04 AM
Amen, Froggy. And thank you, everyone.


I was born with Neurofibromatosis Type One, Skye. I don't know if Muslims believe in reincarnation, but in Judaism, I heard that souls are given a second chance if they did not do enough good in life rather than go to Hell (in our Hell, it's not generally permanent, it is a cleansing process for evil souls, usually about a year long), but they would have some kind of..."thing" to make it more difficult.
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جوري
02-17-2010, 12:14 AM
Originally Posted by Boaz


I was born with Neurofibromatosis Type One, Skye. I don't know if Muslims believe in reincarnation, but in Judaism, I heard that souls are given a second chance if they did not do enough good in life rather than go to Hell (in our Hell, it's not generally permanent, it is a cleansing process for evil souls, usually about a year long), but they would have some kind of..."thing" to make it more difficult.
well No, I believe that we are all born on fitrah that we are basically good as we are born and then that can remain or change, but there is no 'original sin' or previous sin.. God forgave Adam (as per chapter two of the Quran).. for what it is worth, I don't believe you have done anything bad to not be well..

Here is the Islamic perspective:

Name of Questioner
Sami - Algeria

Title
Why Does Allah Allow Suffering and Evil in the World?

Question
I was wondering if you could possibly help me resolve some conflicting issues. If God is All-Powerful, He must be able to prevent evil. If God is All-Good, He must want to prevent evil. But evil and suffering exist. How is it possible for God to be both All-Powerful and All-Good and still allow a world in which evil and suffering exist? I would greatly appreciate a response.

Date
27/Jul/2004

Name of Counsellor

Topic
Muslim Belief
Answer
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.

Dear brother, in Islam, thanks for the question you posed, it’s very interesting, and that is why we also try our best to furnish you with appropriate answer.

In response to your question, Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi, Director of the Islamic Society of Orange County and President of the Islamic Society of North America, states:

“Indeed Allah is All-Powerful (Al-`Aziz) and He is able to do all things (`ala kull sha’in qadir). The Qur’an has mentioned this hundreds of times. It is also mentioned in the Qur’an that Allah is the Creator and He is the Best Creator. “Glory be to Allah, the best Creator.” (Al-Mu’minun: 14)

But then the question comes why do pain and sufferings exist in the world. We find sickness, old age and death. We see things that are ugly, people who are insane and foolish. There are storms, earthquakes, floods, draught and famine. We also see people commit sins, show disloyalty, unfaithfulness, greed and insincerity. We see people commit rapes, murders; they fight and make wars. We know all these and many more problems. There are evils caused by human beings and there are natural disasters. There are suffering for individuals and there are those that involve a large number of people.

But we also know that this is not the whole story. Besides all these negative things, we also see beauty, health, prosperity, life, birth, wisdom, intelligence, growth and progress. We also see goodness among people, faith, sincerity, charity, love and the spirit of sacrifice. We also see a lot of virtue and piety. It is wrong to see one side of the coin and not to see the other side. Any philosophy that concentrates on one aspect of the creation and denies or ignores the other side is partially true and partial truths are no truth at all.

It is also the fact that the element of good is more in the creation than the element of evil. We all see that there are more people who are healthy than those who are sick. There are more that eat well than those who starve.

There are more that lead decent life than those who commit crimes. Goodness is the rule and evil is the exception. Virtue is the norm and sin is the aberration. Generally trees bear fruits, the flowers bloom, the winds move smoothly.

But then the question is why does Allah allow these exceptions to the rules?

Let us ask this question to understand Allah’s ways in His creation. The Qur’an tells us that good, evil and whatever happens in this world happens by Allah’s Will (mashi’at Allah). Only Allah knows fully His Will. We finite beings cannot grasp fully His infinite Will and Wisdom. He runs His universe the way He deems fit. The Qur’an tells us that Allah is Wise and everything that Allah does is right, just, good and fair. We must submit and surrender to His Will. The Qur’an has not given us all the details about Allah’s Will, but it has enlightened us with the guidance that is useful and sufficient for us. There are several points that we should keep in our mind to understand this issue:

1. First of all, Allah did not make this world a permanent world. This is a temporary world and everything here has a time limit. When its times comes it will die, come to an end and finish. Neither the good things of this world are forever, nor the bad things eternal. We are here for a short time and we are being tested. Those who will pass this test will find an eternal world that is perfect and permanent. Those who will fail this test shall see the evil consequences of their sins and corruption.

2. Allah has placed a physical law and a moral law in this universe. Allah allows suffering to occur when one or more of these laws are broken. The physical law is based on cause and effect. Sickness comes if one does not take care of one’s health or is exposed to infections. A car accident occurs when one is not alert, or drives in a careless manner, or if the cars are not checked, roads and freeways are not made and kept in right shape, or the traffic laws are not right or not properly enforced. Study of causes and effects is very important to facilitate safeguards. Even here we should keep in mind that Allah often saves us and He does not let us suffer from every negligence. How many times it happens that we are not careful and still we reach safely to our destinations. The way people drive in some cities, it is a miracle that more accidents do not happen and more people do not suffer. Allah says:

“(Allah) Most Gracious! It is He Who has taught the Qur’an. He has created man: He has taught him speech (and Intelligence). The sun and the moon follow courses (exactly) computed; and the herbs and the trees both (alike) bow in adoration. And the Firmament has He raised high, and He has set up the Balance (of Justice), in order that you may not transgress (due) balance. So establish weight with justice and fall not short in the balance. It is He Who has spread out the earth for (His) creatures." (Ar-Rahman:1-10)

The way we exceed the measures set by Allah and violate His laws of cause and effect is incredible. It is really the mercy of Allah that we are saved. Strictly speaking, the question should not be why does Allah allow suffering, but how much Allah protects us and saves us all the time in spite of our violations and negligence. The Qur’an says:

“If Allah were to punish people according to what they deserve, He would not leave on the back of the (earth) a single living creature: but He gives them respite for a stated Term: when their Term expires, verily Allah has in His sight all His servants." (Fatir:45)

But sometimes Allah does punish people because of their violations of His laws whether they are physical or moral. The Qur’an tells us that many nations and communities were destroyed because of their sinful lifestyles:

“If they treat thy (mission) as false, so did the Peoples before them (with their Prophets), the People of Noah, and Ad and Thamud. Those of Abraham and Lut; and the Companions of the Madyan people; and Moses was rejected (in the same way). But I granted respite to the Unbelievers, and (only) after that did I punish them: but how (terrible) was My rejection (of them)! How many populations have We destroyed, which were given to wrong-doing! They tumbled down on their roofs. And how many wells are lying idle and neglected, and castles lofty and well-built?" (Al-Hajj: 42-45)

3. Suffering can also be a test and trial for some people. Allah allows some people to suffer in order to test their patience and steadfastness. Even Allah’s Prophets and Messengers were made to suffer. Prophet Ayyub is mentioned in the Qur’an as a Prophet who was very patient. Good people sometimes suffer but their sufferings heal others and bring goodness to their communities. People learn lessons from their good examples. Martyrs die for their faith, soldiers give their lives for their nations and this brings liberation and freedom for their people.

4. Allah sometimes allows some people to suffer to test others, how they react to them. When you see a person who is sick, poor and needy, then you are tested by Allah. Allah is there with that suffering person to test your charity and your faith. In a very moving Hadith Qudsi (Divine Hadith) the Prophet, peace be upon him, said:

“Allah will say on the Day of Judgment, ‘O son of Adam, I was sick and you did not visit Me.’ He will say, ‘O my Lord, how could I visit You, when you are the Lord of the Worlds.’ Allah will say, ‘Did you not know that My servant so-and-so was sick and you did not visit him? Did you not know that if you had visited him, you would have found Me there?’ Allah will say, ‘O son of Adam, I asked you for food and you fed Me not.’ He shall say, ‘O my Lord, how could I feed you and you are the Lord of the Worlds?’ And Allah will say, ‘Did you not know that My servant so-and-so was in need of food and you did not feed him? Did you not know that if you had fed him, you would have found that to have been for Me?’ ‘O son of Adam, I asked you for water and you did not give Me to drink.’ The man shall say, ‘O my Lord, how could I give You water, when You are the Lord of the Worlds?’ Allah will say, ‘My servant so-and-so asked you for water and you did not give him to drink water. Did you not know that if you had given him to drink, you would have found that to have been for Me.’ (Muslim, Hadith no. 4661)

Prophet `Isa (Jesus), peace be upon him, is also reported to have said something similar. (See Matthew 25: 35-45)

So to summarize, we can say that sufferings occur to teach us that we must adhere to Allah’s natural and moral laws. It is sometimes to punish those who violate Allah’s natural or moral laws. It is to test our faith in Allah and to test our commitment to human values and charity. Whenever we encounter suffering we should ask ourselves, “Have we broken any law of Allah?” Let us study the cause of the problem and use the corrective methods. “Could it be a punishment?” Let us repent and ask forgiveness and reform our ways. “Could it be a test and trial for us?” Let us work hard to pass this test.

Believers face the sufferings with prayers, repentance and good deeds. The non-believers face the sufferings with doubts and confusions. They blame Allah or make arguments against Him.

May Allah keep us on the right path, Amen!


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I'll be thinking of you as you undergo treatment and hopefully a quick recovery..

peace
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Islam_sister
02-18-2010, 04:07 PM
I hope everything goes well, and wish you a quick recovery. =)
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Ğħαrєєвαħ
02-18-2010, 04:18 PM
Remember your lord always..Indeed Allaah is the greatest..
Everything shall go well by his will InshaAllaah ..
May Allaah Allmighty make it easy for you and everything goes well..Ameen
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Asiyaah
02-18-2010, 07:39 PM
Inshallah - I wish you a quick recovery and good health with your surgery.
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Asiyah3
02-18-2010, 07:46 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
blessed is our merciful, loving God. Allah hu Akbar! Allah hu Akbar!
Indeed He is Oft-forgiving Merciful.
I hope you'll recover soon inshaAllah.

p.s. I love your attitude.
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Misz_Muslimah
02-18-2010, 08:40 PM
Hope everything goes well..
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Muslim Woman
02-20-2010, 08:44 AM
Salaam/ Peace


Originally Posted by Boaz
Blessed is our merciful, loving God. Allah hu Akbar! Allah hu Akbar!

May Allah grant what is good for you .

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aadil77
02-20-2010, 09:22 AM
Yes Allah is Great and Most-Merciful, but do take this time of hardship to look into your faith and sincerely ask Allah to guide you to the right path, this way you can truly praise Allah and be rewarded for it.

Peace
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Darth Ultor
02-22-2010, 07:14 PM
I got a call from the surgeon. They now say that they might be simply doing a biopsy tomorrow to see if it's malignant. If it is, they're going to leave most of it in and I'll have to be on radiations and chemo for a while. Then they'll remove the whole thing.
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جوري
02-22-2010, 07:21 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
I got a call from the surgeon. They now say that they might be simply doing a biopsy tomorrow to see if it's malignant. If it is, they're going to leave most of it in and I'll have to be on radiations and chemo for a while. Then they'll remove the whole thing.
Peace Boaz,

I am hopeful in God that your tumor is benign which in all likelihood it is .. they can appear malignant to the person because of the nerve damage they cause by compression or disorders they cause in the body region supplied by that nerve.. I know once they remove it totally, you'll feel so much better..

I'll be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers and we're all here for you..

get well soon,

all the best,

M
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جوري
02-22-2010, 07:25 PM
P.S..
I don't know if this is useful to you, but I thought you might want to read it?

http://www.naturalnews.com/026158_pr...rs_cancer.html

and stay away from artificial sweeteners like aspartame and the likes meanwhile.. supplement your body with the best diet and best mental health for faster recovery..

peace
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Nσσя'υℓ Jαииαн
02-22-2010, 08:17 PM
Hey Boaz, sorry to hear about your condition.

I hope inshaAllah you will be swift in recovery. Put your trust in Allah and make tons of supplication. This would be a very good time to remember God constantly.

All the best to you!
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waqas maqsood
02-23-2010, 01:25 AM
Peace Boaz,

Just a quick message

You're in my thought and my prayers. May Allah gives you shafa. Inshallah, you'll be back to normal health in no time

Ma'salam
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A-Believer-25
02-23-2010, 01:46 AM
:sl:

I hope you recover soon, inshallah.
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Italianguy
02-23-2010, 05:07 AM
I pray God makes it all easy on you as I am sure He will, May he bring upon you peace and happiness, may he bless you with many more years of good health, may you live long and please God. Amen

I am going to the doc on wednsday as well....they said they saw something that....concerned them greatly. Prob nothing...i hope....they have said that before, but we'll see......I haven't told my wife yet, she can't handle this stuff and i wouldn't want to scare her if it's nothing..in fact, no one knows but you on this forum.
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Abdul Qadir
02-23-2010, 05:11 AM
Originally Posted by Boaz
There are two tumors in my neck that need to be removed. I have a condition called neurofibromatosis. This is a condition where I have a lot of tumors in my body, cafe au lait spots on my skin, and I get lightheaded spells, moments of weakness, and days when I am just out of it. Most of the tumors were benign, but I had one malignant one when I was fifteen.So, I went to Philadelphia for evaluations and one of the tumors show high cell activity and another low cell activity. They need to be removed this coming Tuesday (it was originally set for Monday, but now they need another doctor in on it). Yesterday, I went to the hospital again for blood work and a chest X-Ray. Before going there, I met with the neurosurgeon's assistant, and she said the surgery will only take three hours if all goes well, the stay in the hospital will only be two days, and the pain will be minimal. I'm telling you, there is divine intervention here. Blessed is our merciful, loving God. Allah hu Akbar! Allah hu Akbar!
May Allah guide you to The Right Path and keep u there till death...and may Allah guide me to The Right Path and keep me there till death
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Danah
02-23-2010, 06:48 PM
May you get better soon Boaz
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جوري
02-23-2010, 06:49 PM
I guess today is the day imsad..

hope he comes out of this and feels better soon...
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Cabdullahi
02-23-2010, 06:56 PM
Originally Posted by Gossamer skye
I guess today is the day imsad..

hope he comes out of this and feels better soon...
Hopefully inshallah!
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☆ღUmm Uthmanღ☆
02-23-2010, 07:04 PM
Originally Posted by Gossamer skye
I guess today is the day imsad..

hope he comes out of this and feels better soon...

I hope so too Insha'Allah.
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☆ღUmm Uthmanღ☆
02-23-2010, 07:11 PM
Originally Posted by Gossamer skye
I guess today is the day imsad..

hope he comes out of this and feels better soon...

I hope so too insha'Allah..
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Italianguy
02-25-2010, 03:23 AM
BOAZ??? Where are you bro? Even though I have been havng a rough patch, you are still in my prayers bro, everyone else comes before me, and today bro I am saying some extra prayers for you.:statisfie

I don't know how long this stuff will take for the doc's to do, but i will keep praying for you untill I here you say "Allah Hu Akbar" God is truly great and i pray He heals you quickly.:D
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Nσσя'υℓ Jαииαн
02-25-2010, 03:24 AM
Hope all is well with him inshaAllah.
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Hayaa
02-25-2010, 04:07 AM
Same. InshaAllaah he'll have a speedy recovery!
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Darth Ultor
02-25-2010, 10:39 AM
I'm home. The surgery was successful. He removed the tumor that has a higher cell activity very easily. I only had to stay one night in the hospital. Allah hu Akbar!Now we are waiting for the lab results of whether or not it was cancer. If it was, then I'll need radiation and chemo.
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Danah
02-25-2010, 11:24 AM
^ Allah is always Akbar.. Nice to see you back. I wish you the speedy recovery and I hope the lab results will be good too.
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Italianguy
02-25-2010, 12:39 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
I'm home. The surgery was successful. He removed the tumor that has a higher cell activity very easily. I only had to stay one night in the hospital. Allah hu Akbar!Now we are waiting for the lab results of whether or not it was cancer. If it was, then I'll need radiation and chemo.
All praise be to God! You are back friend. I pray the doctor finds nothing, that you outlive all of us, tha you bring glory to God and receive peace and blessings.

God be with you bro!
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Nσσя'υℓ Jαииαн
02-25-2010, 04:06 PM
Welcome back and I hope the rest of your situation is just as successful inshaAllah.

All the best!
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Asiyah3
02-25-2010, 04:11 PM
I'm glad everything went alright for you. Al-hamdulilLah.
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جوري
02-25-2010, 06:45 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
I'm home. The surgery was successful. He removed the tumor that has a higher cell activity very easily. I only had to stay one night in the hospital. Allah hu Akbar!Now we are waiting for the lab results of whether or not it was cancer. If it was, then I'll need radiation and chemo.
:sl: Boaz

I am so glad and relieved to see you've made it out OK.. Insha'Allah, the tumor is benign.. did they do a frozen section while you were in the OR? I suspect if it were serious you'd have found out right away....

Rest up and get well soon..

peace
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Darth Ultor
02-26-2010, 12:09 AM
Thanks for the support, everyone. I had a nurse visiting me today. She removed one of the dressings on my neck.
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Italianguy
02-26-2010, 03:11 AM
Originally Posted by Boaz
Thanks for the support, everyone. I had a nurse visiting me today. She removed one of the dressings on my neck.
Good to hear from you brother! I pray everything is easier now and you have a speedy recovery:D God is with you.
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Ğħαrєєвαħ
02-26-2010, 08:19 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
I'm home. The surgery was successful. He removed the tumor that has a higher cell activity very easily. I only had to stay one night in the hospital. Allah hu Akbar!Now we are waiting for the lab results of whether or not it was cancer. If it was, then I'll need radiation and chemo.
MashaAllaah..Happy to hear that it went Successful
All praises are to Allaah Allaah Allmighty, The Creator of the Universe, and The creator you and myself and all of Humanity!...

Allaah`Hu`Akbaar!
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Darth Ultor
02-26-2010, 11:17 PM
Originally Posted by Muslim World 12
MashaAllaah..Happy to hear that it went Successful
All praises are to Allaah Allaah Allmighty, The Creator of the Universe, and The creator you and myself and all of Humanity!...

Allaah`Hu`Akbaar!
Amin to that
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Italianguy
02-27-2010, 02:26 AM
How are you feeling overall? Ok?, sick? I hope all is well. If you need some cheering up, you can always pick on me.lol It works for some others.
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Darth Ultor
03-03-2010, 07:01 PM
Lab results of the tumor came in. The inside of it was cancerous. In three weeks, I'm going down to the hospital to meet with the oncology staff. They will almost certainly recommend radiation, but there is a good chance chemo will not be needed.
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Raaina
03-03-2010, 07:06 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
Lab results of the tumor came in. The inside of it was cancerous. In three weeks, I'm going down to the hospital to meet with the oncology staff. They will almost certainly recommend radiation, but there is a good chance chemo will not be needed.
Sorry to hear that imsad
I hope chemo isn't required and you make a full recovery soon.
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جوري
03-03-2010, 07:06 PM
Dear Boaz.. hopefully the radio will shrink the tumor and render it non-existent..
you say you overcame a serious tumor when you were 15 and this time is no different..

I'll be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers..
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CosmicPathos
03-03-2010, 07:12 PM
Its time to banish all sorts of cancer from the face of earth. Imagine that any one of the healthy people who posted in this thread aside from Boaz might find out tomorrow that they have one .... the ironic thing occurs when the scientists fighting cancer get it and die from it ... nature has surrounded us from everywhere, no wonder why people of the past were so enthralled by nature that they made gods out of it because that is all they could see ...
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جوري
03-03-2010, 07:24 PM
Originally Posted by mad_scientist
Its time to banish all sorts of cancer from the face of earth. Imagine that any one of the healthy people who posted in this thread aside from Boaz might find out tomorrow that they have one .... the ironic thing occurs when the scientists fighting cancer get it and die from it ... nature has surrounded us from everywhere, no wonder why people of the past were so enthralled by nature that they made gods out of it because that is all they could see ...
Let's not speak of death, in a thread about life..

but it is sad that one in three people will be diagnosed with cancer.. and it is sad that no one is exempt imsad

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This neurosurgeon was himself diagnosed of the most heinous brain tumor that he usually specializes in..

We all belong to God and to him we shall return.. life is so short, we should spend it remembering what matters most..

:w:
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Italianguy
03-03-2010, 09:27 PM
Originally Posted by Boaz
Lab results of the tumor came in. The inside of it was cancerous. In three weeks, I'm going down to the hospital to meet with the oncology staff. They will almost certainly recommend radiation, but there is a good chance chemo will not be needed.
May God bless you with easy treatment, May He guide the doctors and give them steady hands, May He brng you back to full health and ease your pain.Amen
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Danah
03-04-2010, 09:09 AM
Boaz,
May you get well very soon and may the treatment be easy on you
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waqas maqsood
03-07-2010, 12:44 AM
Peace,

May Allah give you patience throu this difficulty... And Inshallah, come back strong and join us back on this forum in no time... Ur presence is very much needed..
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Darth Ultor
03-23-2010, 12:01 AM
Went to Philly today. I won't need Chemo. I will start Radiation very soon. Allah be praised.
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Muslim Woman
03-23-2010, 01:15 AM
:sl:

Originally Posted by Boaz
Went to Philly today. I won't need Chemo. I will start Radiation very soon. Allah be praised.



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Darth Ultor
04-05-2010, 03:34 AM
Starting on Tuesday.
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Ramadhan
04-05-2010, 04:37 AM
may Allah SWT ease your pain and return you to full health.
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Darth Ultor
04-06-2010, 10:10 PM
Started my first one today. I have several good things to look forward to once semester's over, Inshallah, so that will keep me in good spirits. Thanks for the support, everyone.
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breezes
04-06-2010, 10:51 PM
god heal you brother healing which does not leave any disease behind
like our prophet said : شفاء لا يغادر سقما
أجر وعافية
salamm
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Darth Ultor
05-06-2010, 10:41 AM
Almost done with radiation therapy. Just ten more to go, and Inshallah, I'll be off to Florida for a nice long vacation.
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Ğħαrєєвαħ
05-06-2010, 10:45 AM
^Lucky you MashaAllaah..

Have a wonderful awesome geeky time then..InshaAllaah


So yeah
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Amat Allah
05-06-2010, 10:50 AM
may Allah heal you my respected and noble brother and lead your way to the path of the endless happiness Ameeeen
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~ Sabr ~
06-01-2012, 06:32 AM
Originally Posted by Darth Ultor
Almost done with radiation therapy. Just ten more to go, and Inshallah, I'll be off to Florida for a nice long vacation.
Are you Muslim? :?
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Darth Ultor
06-01-2012, 06:37 AM
Wow...what archive did you dig this out of? No I'm not. At the time, I was looking into Islam. And there's no law that says only Muslims can praise God in Arabic.
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Imaduddin
06-01-2012, 07:08 AM
Hi Darth Ultor, I read some of the first posts and I hope all is well for you now.

Islam does not prohibit non-Muslims from calling onto Allah, but are you praising Allah for real even though you disbelieve in him or are you just using that as sarcasm to denote a double meaning?

The Qur'an does say that Jews, Christians and Muslims although have different views, all worship the same God, namely Allah.

You must also note that the word Allah doesn't mean God as many people say. Allah is the name of the God taught of in Islam.
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~ Sabr ~
06-01-2012, 07:17 AM
Originally Posted by Darth Ultor
Wow...what archive did you dig this out of? No I'm not. At the time, I was looking into Islam. And there's no law that says only Muslims can praise God in Arabic.
Ok.....so what made you un-look in Islam?
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Snowflake
06-01-2012, 07:45 AM
How are you now Darth Ultor? Hopefully good by the mercy of Allah.
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Darth Ultor
06-01-2012, 12:51 PM
Originally Posted by Awakened Muslim
are you praising Allah for real even though you disbelieve in him or are you just using that as sarcasm to denote a double meaning?
Yeah, I'm being sarcastic when God pulled me througha near death experience like cancer. -_- What the hell do you think? Of course I'm serious. And I do not disbelieve.

Haafizah: Let's take this topic somewhere else.
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