Q & A: Islam in Nigeria and the current political situation – Hizb ut-Tahrir Media Office

Question:

Is there any historical information about the advent of Islam in Nigeria and how it was ruled under Islam? What is the current political situation there?

Answer:

Historical perspective:

(1) Islam entered the northern region of Kanoo in Nigeria very early in the middle of the seventh century and from there it spread to the Hausa and al-Faulani regions in the north and central Nigeria. This spread was a result of trade activity. In the middle of the tenth century, it spread and became prevalent through the scholars of jurisprudence from Spain. These regions became an Islamic ‘Imara and were referred as the ‘Uthmani Khilafah or the Sokoto khilafah after ‘Uthman Danfodev and he ruled for close to a hundred years until the British annexed it in the year 1904 C.E. During the same period another Islamic sultanate was establish by al-Rabih bin Zubair and was called the Borno Sultanate. The Maliki school of thought is prevalent in the Shari’ah courts of Nigeria and most Muslims there are sunnis. Islamic Shari’ah laws are partially applied in 12 of the regional provinces of Nigeria.

According to the statistics of the 2006 census, the population of Nigeria exceeds 140 million a majority of which are Muslims. Various statistical estimates have put the Muslim population share between 68 to 78%.

The geographical area of Nigeria is approximately 1 million square kilometers and it is the 32nd largest country in the world in terms of land area.

(2) Nigeria was first discovered by the Europeans at the hands of the Portuguese traveler John Alphonso D’mizi in the 15th century C.E and was followed by the visits of other travelers such as the Dutch, the British and French which was followed by the European traders who used the port of Lagos to ship around 7 million Africans between 1450 and 1897 C.E. to exploit their labour and work in Europe.

In 1885 C.E., the British declared the West African region as colonies under its tutelage and this declaration was globally acknowledged. In the following year, the Royal Niger Company under the leadership of Sir George Tompan Goldie declared the regions as its territory and in the year 1900 C.E. this region came under the direct control of the British government.

Between the period 1900 to 1904 C.E., Britain was able to eliminate the Islamic rule and consolidate the various regions which later came to be called as Nigeria.

(3) It was not until the year 1914 that this region was referred as Nigeria which was given by the British to the regions between the Gulf of Guinea to the south, the Great Saharan region of Chad to the north, Benin to the west and Chad & Cameroon in the east. The British colonialists had established three colonies in the northern, southern and the Lagos regions.

The British colonialists adopted different approaches to rule the various regions: in the southern and the Lagos regions, they used the typical colonialist method which they were using in their other colonies; a salient feature of this was to take along the Christian missionaries in order to convert the local people to Christianity.

But since Islam was predominant in the northern regions, the British allowed the Muslims some degree to self-rule under the British supervision. Thus the colonialists were able to isolate the Muslim majority from the pagan Christian minority in the south so that Islam does not spread to the southern region and remains a divided heterogeneous country for long-term British influence.

The British colonialists used two means to consolidate is stronghold on Nigeria: First was the Shell Company’s monopoly on Nigerian oilfields from the very beginning of oil business. The Shell Company continues to enjoy a monopoly over 40 to 50% of the total oil production in Nigeria. The second tool which the British used was the Christian missionary work which allowed them to convert roughly 40% of the local population.

(4) In terms of population, Nigeria is one of the top eight Muslim countries, it is a member of the OIC as well as the British Commonwealth since 1963. Yet it is a divided nation with no distinct identity. It has some 250 ethnic tribes the biggest three being Hausa and al-Faulani in the north, a majority of these tribes are Muslims and comprise over half the population of the country; and the Yorba in the central and southern region which accounts for about 25% of the population, a majority of whom are Christians but with a sizable Muslim minority. The south-central region is inhabited by the tribe of Ibo who are some 18% and are Catholic Christians, they are called the Jews of Nigeria, and they are wealthy, they once controlled the Nigerian oil.

(5) Nigeria was placed under a resolution passed by the League of Nations in 1922 C.E. and Britain was forced to grant a symbolic independence on October 1st, 1960 C.E along with other colonies under its control. The British were in fact alarmed by the rising American colonialism which emerged from across the Atlantic in its greed for the enormous natural resources in Nigeria.

When it regained its independence, it went to be ruled by the Christian Ibo tribe who were generously given wealth and education under the colonialist masters, the first ruler was Binyamin Namdi Azikoi. The rule was then taken over by General Johnson Aghelli Aronsi who also was from the same tribe and he consolidated the rule as the monopolistic fiefdom of the Ibo tribe. He assassinated his rivals of the Muslim tribes of Hausa including prime minister Abu Bakr, the northern leader Ahmad Balua, General Zakaria Mimlari, Col. Kor Mohamed etc. then in May, 1966, he abolished the federal system of governance and promulgated a unified constitution in his attempt to further consolidate his grip on power.

Despite these, he could not remain in power for long and was assassinated within six months…in 1967, the Ibo tribe revolted and under the leadership of Col. Shikomeka Oedemegua and declared separation of the oil-rich Biafra region inhabited by them. This resulted in civil war which lasted for three years during which some 1 million people were killed. The Muslim Hausa trine emerged as victorious defeating the Christian Ibo tribe.

Then there were other revolutions and coups until Obasanjo came to power on 13th February, 1976 C.E and continued to rule until October 1st, 1979. He was a Christian from the Yorba tribe who were aligned with the Hausa and came to power with the blessings of the armed forces leadership who were also from the Muslim tribe of Hausa.

During his rule, Obasanjo adopted a new constitution in 1978 paving way for presidential elections which were first held in 1979 and won by Shaikhu Shajari of the Hausa tribe.

Coups followed and were repeated until 1985 when General Ibrahim Babangida of the Hausa came to power.

General Ibrahim Babangida survived two coup attempts in 1990 and during the same year, he ratified a new constitution which paved the way for return to civilian rule in the country.

In 1993, another presidential election was held under US and international pressure which were won by Mas’oud Abiola, a Muslim from the Yorba tribe, but General Ibrahim Babangida annulled the elections and jailed Mas’oud Abiola, but relented later under international pressure and stepped own from power in favour of Ernest Shonekan who did not have any support from the armed forces. Then on 17th November, Defence Minister Col Sani Abacha, seized power in a coup against the Shonekan government.

Another presidential election was announced in 1998, but President Sani Abacha died before the elections and as a result Abdus Salam Abu Bakr of the Hausa tribe, who was a presidential aide under Sani Abacha, came to power. With this, thirty years of military rule came to an end.

General elections were held in 1999 C.E. in which Obasanjo won unanimously and remained in office for two terms from 29th May, 1999 until 29th May, 2007 C.E. Throughout his term, Obasanjo was clearly aligned with America and was most hostile towards Muslims.

The last elections were held in April, 2007 which were won by Moussa Yar’ Auda who continues to rule until today.

Political Situation:

(1) Because of the enormous natural resources in Nigeria, the big powers, especially the US and Britain are locked in a bitter conflict. Nigeria is the 12th largest producer of petroleum in the world and the 8th largest exporter, and has the 10th largest proven reserves. Nigeria’s proven oil reserves are estimated by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) at between 16 and 22 billion barrels, but other sources claim there could be as much as 35.3 billion barrels. In mid-2001 its crude oil production was averaging around 2.2 million barrels per day. Petroleum plays a large role in the Nigerian economy, and accounts for 40% of GDP and 80% of Government revenue. Nigeria is a member of the Oil-Producing Export Countries (OPEC), but it is also the world’s 12th largest producer of crude oil. The oil is concentrated in the Nigerian Delta, which is some 20,000 square kilometres in area and is the cauldron of Nigerian political and economic life. It consists of wetland, mangrove swamps, waterways, muddy creeks and coastal islands. It is the hub of Nigeria’s $53bn-a-year oil & gas industry, with thousands of miles of oil pipelines and associated infrastructure. 90% of Nigeria’s oil exports are produced from here.

Nigeria also has a wide array of underexploited mineral resources which include natural gas, coal, bauxite, tantalite, gold, tin, iron ore, limestone, niobium, lead and zinc. Despite huge deposits of these natural resources, the mining industry in Nigeria is still in it infancy. However, the gas reserves are three times as substantial as the crude oil reserves.

(2) Since the British discovered oil in the Nigerian Delta in 1950, the British Royal Dutch Shell company has dominated Nigeria’s political, economic and foreign policy ventures. After independence from the UK, successive Nigerian governments have introduced legislation and favourable economic policies to benefit Shell at the expense of the people of the country. For instance the people of the delta states live in extreme poverty even in the face of great material wealth found in the waters by their homes. According to Amnesty International 70% of the six million people in the Niger River Delta live off of less than $1 US per day.

What makes oil in Nigeria particularly attractive is that much of Nigeria’s petroleum is classified as “light” or “sweet”, meaning the oil is largely free of sulphur and in cost terms easy to extract. Nigeria has 159 total oil fields and 1481 wells in operation according to the Ministry of Petroleum Resources. The most productive region of the nation is the coastal Niger Delta Basin in the Niger Delta or “South-south” region which encompasses 78 of the 159 oil fields. Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC), usually known simply as Shell Nigeria accounts for fifty percent of Nigerian’s total oil production (899,000 bbl/d) operates largely onshore on dry land or in the mangrove swamp in the Niger Delta. The company has more than 100 producing oil fields, and a network of more than 6,000 kilometres of pipelines, flowing through 87 flow stations. SPDC operates 2 coastal oil export terminals. Shell Nigeria owns concessions on four companies, they are: Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCO), Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG), Shell Nigeria Oil Products (SNOP), as well as holding a major stake in Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG).

(3) Considering that Britain held influence over Nigeria until the death of Sani Abacha, and due to its stronghold over oil production in Nigeria and also because 10% of all Nigerian oil production was imported by Britain,  its security presence is consolidated in the country, especially over the armed forces which it controlled. President Babangida signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in 1985 with the Shell Company in order to secure the interests of Britain; this MoU was renewed with some modifications in 1991C.E.

(4) However, with the entry of the United States, especially after 1999 during the term of Obasanjo, the monopoly of the British  companies was challenged and America adopted a two-pronged strategy to defy this influence over Nigerian oil:

First: America supported the Nigerian opposition and rebels in the Nigerian delta and gave them loans through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and also supplied arms under a structural modifications program. This created problems for the Shell Oil Company in exporting Nigerian oil, while the American ExxonMobil and Chevron substantially increased their investments in Nigeria. It was estimated that Exxon-Mobil would increase its output to 900,000 bbl/d by 2000 and by 2005 overtake Shell as the country’s largest producer. This rivalry between UK and US for domination of Nigeria’s petroleum industry wrought havoc on the people of the Nigerian delta. Through a clandestine network of shadow private mercenary companies and covert support for a variety of rebel groups these oil companies have on occasions bitterly attacked each other’s oil interests. It was during the Bush junior’s era that the US oil industry used its links with senior administration officials such as Cheney, Rice and Rumsfeld to push for a far more aggressive oil policy in Nigeria than that followed by Bill Clinton. This in part was driven by America’s desire to reduce its reliance on Middle Eastern oil, and in part driven by the greed of the US oil companies to secure a larger share of oil. In the major energy policy documents of the Bush Administration West Africa featured prominently as a safe source of imported oil. For example, one of main recommendations VP Cheney’s National Energy Policy Report makes to the President is “to deepen bilateral and multilateral engagements[with African governments] to promote a more receptive environment for US oil and gas trade, investment and operations”. But it was not until Bush’s 2006 State of the Union address, that he spelt out clearly America’s vision to wean itself off Middle Eastern oil. He said “…replace more than 75 percent of our oil imports from the Middle East by 2025…make our dependence on Middle Eastern oil a thing of the past.” Hence US attention turned towards West Africa and Nigeria in particular. By March 2007, Nigeria had edged past Saudi Arabia to become America’s third largest supplier, delivering 41,717,000 barrels of oil to the desert kingdom’s 38,557,000. This also means that energy security of Nigerian oil is an important aspect of American foreign policy. In 2006, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi E. Frazier, pledged to increase American Naval presence in the Gulf of Guinea.

Second: America intensified its interference in the African continent especially during the terms of the former presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush and was thus able to apply pressure upon Nigeria as well as build its public opinion there as well as elsewhere in the African continent against military rule. It encouraged multi-party elections. This approach enabled it to effectively counter the British as well as French stronghold in Africa.

Thus America put its weight behind the civilian leaderships and supported them to come to power. It also supported the idea of multi-party elections and as a result, a leadership emerged which were wither America’s full fledged agents or cooperated with the US.

This is what actually happened, the US supported Obasanjo against the British backed armed forces leaders such as Babangida and Sani Abacha who were protecting and promoting British interests. Babangida had signed a MoU with the British Shell Oil Company and Abacha had dedicatedly supported British interests against American interests even beyond the geographical borders of Nigeria in the neighbouring territories. Nigeria had led the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) which was even run by Nigerians. The ECOWAS promoted and protected British interests in the region and its armed forces even went to Sierra Leone during the rule of Abacha in the 1990’s and restored the rule of Ahmed Teejan in 1998 which the British were openly calling for. Also in 1997, the ECOWAS forces entered Liberia to help Charles Taylor during a long-drawn civil war. Thus Nigeria actively protected British presence in Sierra Leone and Liberia and it is said that it spent some 10 billion dollars in what is called the Peace Restoration in these two countries. The then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US armed forces even referred to Sani Abacha as the Short Abhorring person because of this hatred towards Abacha who frustrated American agenda against British interests in West Africa. It may be interesting to note that the US through pressure tactics, its support and its siege of Liberia forced Taylor out of power in favour of his deputy Mosees Balau. Taylor fled Liberia in took refuge in Nigeria in the year 2003. Taylor used to proclaim himself as the one who resisted and frustrated US interests in the West African region in general and Liberia in particular.

America succeeded in holding multi-party elections in Nigeria during 1999 and brought Obasanjo to power with its support and assistance. During Obasanjo’s term, Nigeria became the largest recipient of US aid which reached 40 million dollars annually as against merely 10 million dollars during the military rule. In return, Obasanjo served America like no other Nigerian ruler had hither to. Some of the important services that he rendered for the Americans are:

  1. His naval forces held routine naval exercises with the US Navy under the so-called War on Terror.
  2. Nigeria became the focus of US attention, new agreements were signed for oil drilling with American companies such as Chevron, Texaco and ExxonMobil and about 29% of US oil requirement comes from Nigeria. Obasanjo ratified these agreements despite intense opposition from members of the Nigerian parliament.

Thus America used these two means: Supporting Nigerian opposition, and promoting civilian rule and multi-party elections. This approach enabled the US to thwart British oil companies and is now almost ahead of them. 

(5) In addition, by bringing in Obasanjo in 1999, the US was also able to counter the British influence both politically and militarily. Thus in addition to the naval exercises, Obasanjo also signed an agreement with the Americans to provide military training for Nigerian armed forces personnel. His visit to the US in May 2001 further consolidated and strengthened US-Nigerian cooperation for the first time. His policies were not free from severe criticism in Nigeria itself, especially his allowing the US Navy in Nigerian territorial waters was intensely criticised. Obasanjo cultivated close relationship with the US and became a member of various American societies.

During his rule, the Nigerian budget would first go to Washington to be reviewed so that it would be acceptable to the World Bank. Earlier it was only discussed and passed in the national legislative parliament of Nigeria.

In conclusion, it may be said that Obasanjo was able to substantially weaken the British stronghold within the military establishment in Nigeria. Within a short period of his taking over power, 200 military officers who were loyal to the pro-British generals were dismissed from the armed forces in the Northern region. In fact, Fimi Falana, a human rights lawyer commented during a show with As’ad Taha on al-Jazeerah TV channel on 30th February, 2002: “Nigeria has now become an American colony.” i.e. during the Obasanjo’s term in office.

Obasanjo was not content with merely implementing American policies alone, he tightened the noose around the former generals who were loyal to the British and even tried to recover the money which they had earlier swindled. He curtailed their governmental privileges which were given to them. He made desperate attempts to recover 1.30 million dollars swindled by the late president Abacha and tried to deposit them in 23 different UK banks, but Britain refused his request.

It is pertinent to point out that Obasanjo was highly influenced with American concepts:

As for the civilian rule: Though he came to power in 1976 through a military coup, he restored civilian rule and handed over power to a civilian named Shekhu Shajari who had won in the elections held by Obasanjo in 1979 C.E.

As for his excellent relations with the US: During Obasanjo’s rule, 3 US presidents visited Nigeria:

During his first military term, Jimmy Carter visited Nigeria in 1978.

During his second term as civilian ruler, 2 presidents made visits: Bill Clinton in 2000 and George Bush in 2003 C.E.

(6) After the completion of Obasanjo’s 8 years in office until 2007, the present incumbent Omar Moussa Yar’ Adua won the elections and came to power. Omar Moussa is only the second civilian president of Nigeria who has power through a civilian transfer of authority. He enjoys the support of Obasanjo and the US to complete the task which his predecessor began, and that is to tie Nigeria to American interests and guarantee it strongly. The newspaper Sharq al- Awsat reported through its correspondent Mahmoud al-Doungho who said: “The new president is an obscure person, he is one who merely run everything in favour of the former president Obasanjo.” Some people describe Omar Moussa Yar’ Adua as a mere protégé of Obasanjo, which also implies that he is a mere puppet in the hands of America. It may be mentioned that Omar Moussa is from Obasanjo’s own party i.e. the Democratic Peoples Party.

Since he does not have the kind of personality that his predecessor had, his stance towards America is also not as strong and intense, and he is aware of it. Therefore he tries to befriend Britain and its agents while also treading the path of his predecessor in serving American interests.

Though he visited the US term shortly after taking over power, in mid December, 2007, and met George Bush, he also visited Britain in July, 2008 and met Gordon Brown. He had earlier visited Libya also. 

(7) However, the political conflict in Nigeria is not as intense as it was during the military regimes i.e. until the time of Sani Abacha when the British stronghold was very evidently strong. It is neither like the first and second term of Obasanjo when the balance of power was in America’s favour, the conflict is potentially hot.

On the one hand, there is a president who is brought in by the US and who believes in the concepts of civilian rule and democracy, therefore the US influence is stronger, but at the same time, the current president is not a strong personality.

While on the other hand, elements loyal to Britain are in the armed forces…and the main ‘booty’ in this conflict is the Nigerian oil apart from the strategic location of Nigeria in the West African continent.

And if the US does not extend more and more of aid to the current president, the pro-British men especially the armed forces will return to power as they were in the past. 

     
17 Rabi’ I 1430
 2009/03/13

This piece is taken from the website of Hizb ut-Tahrir Media Office.

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5 thoughts on “Q & A: Islam in Nigeria and the current political situation – Hizb ut-Tahrir Media Office

  1. Galib Ramathan

    In the name of Allah the most Gracious and most merciful

    March 26, 2012

    Galib Malik Ramathan
    1626 Weston Road Unit B1 Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1T9, Canada
    E-Mail: galibramathan@yahoo.ca

    To Whom It May Concern:

    My Dear Brothers/Sisters in Islam

    Assalamu Alaikum wa-Rahmatullahi wa-Barakathu

    My name is Galib Ramathan. I was born in Mogadishu, Somalia on January 1st 1981. I am from a poor Muslim family. I have a problem and I need some help. And I am currently a Canadian citizen. I am from a low income family and in need of financial assistance. I am sick and suffering from a mental illness called Schizophrenia;

    I am unable to work or to go to school because of this illness. Presently, I am taking a medication and in care of a family doctor in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My health was affected by the civil war in Somalia when I was ten years old and its deteriorating day by day. I have been sick for the past 20 years since 1991.

    Presently, I am residing in Toronto for the past 17 years by myself with no family members. My family is in East Africa Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania, I have been away from my family since 1994; we were separated because of the civil war in Somalia.

    I have decided to move to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania permanently to join my family, I never took a medication in my life when I was in Africa it doesn’t matter what part of Africa. Now if I go back to Tanzania my personal health problem will be improve greatly. I will feel much better.

    I am going to Tanzania in order to improve my health condition. I am frustrated, lonely and depressed living in Canada alone without my family I can’t eat properly and I cannot sleep because of the stress,

    I believe I will be off in Tanzania with my family as I am ill and they can take care of me. I strongly believe my health will improve with my family around;

    I lived in Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for many years before coming to Canada and that time I was healthy and I never suffered from any disease or illness.

    I am not will be unable to get enough money to survive there. I am in need of financial assistance in order to move back to Tanzania, as I am unable to work due to my illness and I cannot survive in Africa as there is no agency or government that can assist me financially.

    I would be much better for my health wise physical and mentally I will really appreciated for any help that I can get from you.

    If I remember how we lived in Tanzania sometimes I cry. I am in need urgent support and please try to assist me the best you can. Please don’t ignore me. It doesn’t matter if you are a Muslim or non-Muslim, Please try to help me as much as you can.

    Today I don’t have a life in this country. I spend thinking about myself of not knowing what to do. I would like to achieve a better life as well as independence. Now the problem I have is I am not will be able to get enough money to survive there. I cannot survive in Africa without any support.

    Tanzania is a poor country however everybody is happy and healthy nobody worries about anything because there is no stress, frustration and
    depression.

    I have strong feelings going back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for good. I am requesting any financial assistance for this matter.

    I am a poor social support in Canada.
    I can’t even afford to visit with my family and spend more time with them to feel much better.

    Whatever charity you can afford please send me a cheque with my name on it at above address on the top of this letter with ups services, or Federal Express post. Please don’t send me regular mail because my house is basement the mail box there is no Key and it is outside apartment it is not safe.

    Please the reason I send you this letter is to let you know about my situation as Muslim brothers and sisters. Anyway you can help me will be greatly appreciated.

    Islam cares much for maintaining the highest level of social solidarity and strength among the members of the society. It goes without saying that spending money on charitable deeds, such as helping the needy, alleviating the pains of the distressed and support those who are in need will be upon them in this world and hereafter.

    Safwan ibn Salim related that the prophet said; anyone who looks after and works for a widow and a poor person is like a warrior fighting for Allah’s cause, or like a person who fasts during the day and prays all night (Bukhari) Anas related that the prophet said; if any Muslim plants something or sows seed from which a man, a bird or an animal eats, it counts a charity for him. (Bukhari, Muslim)

    Any amount of money that I can get will be appreciated and I will pray for you and for myself for God to make it easy for me and bless whoever will be willing to assist me, reward them and make it easy upon them in this world and hereafter?

    I will not be unable to survive Tanzania without assistance. Please try your best to assist me. I get depressed if the weather is too cold especially during the wintertime but African season is always summer there is no winter in Africa.

    The weather in Tanzania is good and I will be more active unlike here I cannot stand the winter season and the more I stay inside my apartment due to the cold I get more stressed out and depressed. I would like to be independent in my life I want to get a better life in the future.

    I am very happy to go back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania to be with my family.
    I miss my family and I miss home. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me as soon as possible.

    I feel depressed and unhappy and I feel lonely. I would like to closer to my family. I am planning to go to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania on December 31, 2012 for good insha-Allah, I am happy to go to Tanzania to be with my family and share my life with them to feel much better.

    I need your help and would you please help me in this situation? I would like to have a chance to live happily and to experience no frustration due to my illness. I am very desperate for your help. If you don’t help me, who will?

    Thank you, for your understanding and May Allah bless you and your family.

    Jazak Allah Khayran

    Yours sincerely,
    Galib Ramathan

    Reply
    1. Galib Ramathan

      In the name of Allah the most Gracious and most merciful———————–

      July 11, 2012

      Galib Malik Ramathan
      1626 Weston Road Unit B1 Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1T9, Canada

      E-Mail: galibramathan20@hotamil.com

      To Whom It May Concern:

      My Dear Brothers/Sisters in Islam

      Assalamu Alaikum wa-Rahmatullahi wa-Barakathu

      My name is Galib Ramathan. I was born in Mogadishu, Somalia on January 1st 1981. I am from

      a poor Muslim family. I have a problem and I need some help. And I am currently a Canadian citizen. I am from a low income family and in need of financial assistance. I am sick and suffering from a mental illness called Schizophrenia;

      I am unable to work or to go to school because of this illness. Presently, I am taking a medication and in care of a family doctor in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My health was affected by the civil war in Somalia when I was ten years old and its deteriorating day by day. I have been sick for the past 20 years since 1991.

      Presently, I am residing in Toronto for the past 17 years by myself with no family members. My family is in East Africa Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania, I have been away from my family since 1994; we were separated because of the civil war in Somalia.

      I have decided to move to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania permanently to join my family, I never took a medication in my life when I was in Africa it doesn’t matter what part of Africa. Now if I go back to Tanzania my personal health problem will improve greatly. I will feel much better.

      I am going to Tanzania in order to improve my health condition. I am frustrated, lonely and depressed living in Canada alone without my family I can’t eat properly and I cannot sleep because of the stress, I believe I will be off in Tanzania with my family as I am ill and they can take care of me. I strongly believe my health will improve with my family around; I lived in Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for many years before coming to Canada and that time I was healthy and I never suffered from any disease or illness.

      I am not will be unable to get enough money to survive there. I am in need of financial assistance in order to move back to Tanzania, as I am unable to work due to my illness and I cannot survive in Africa as there is no agency or government that can assist me financially. I would be much better for my health wise physical and mentally I will really appreciated for any help that I can get from you.

      If I remember how we lived in Tanzania sometimes I cry. I am in need urgent support and please try to assist me the best you can. Please don’t ignore me as long as we are Muslim brothers and sisters. Please try to help me as much as you can.

      Today I don’t have a life in this country. I spend thinking about myself of not knowing what to do. I would like to achieve a better life as well as independence. Now the problem I have is I am not will be able to get enough money to survive there. I cannot survive in Africa without any support.

      Tanzania is a poor country however everybody is happy and healthy nobody worries about anything because there is no stress, frustration and depression.

      I have strong feelings going back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for good. I am requesting any financial assistance for this matter. I am a poor social support in Canada. I wish I had $10.000.00 including my airline tickets it makes me comfortable and happier. This is my Zakat application.

      I am requesting any Zakat during the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is month of blessing. Whatever Zakat you can afford please send me a cheque with my name on it at above address on the top of this letter

      Please the reason I send you this letter is to let you know about my situation as Muslim brother. Anyway you can help me will be greatly appreciated.

      Islam cares much for maintaining the highest level of social solidarity and strength among the members of the society. It goes without saying that spending money on charitable deeds, such as helping the needy, alleviating the pains of the distressed and support those who are in need will be upon them in this world and hereafter.

      Safwan ibn Salim related that the prophet said; anyone who looks after and works for a widow and a poor person is like a warrior fighting for Allah’s cause, or like a person who fasts during the day and prays all night (Bukhari) Anas related that the prophet said; if any Muslim plants something or sows seed from which a man, a bird or an animal eats, it counts a charity for him. (Bukhari, Muslim)

      Any amount of money that I can get will be appreciated and I will pray for you and for myself for God to make it easy for me and bless whoever will be willing to assist me, reward them and make it easy upon them in this world and hereafter?

      I will not be unable to survive Tanzania without assistance. Please try your best to assist me. I get depressed if the weather is too cold especially during the wintertime but African season is always summer there is no winter in Africa.

      The weather in Tanzania is good and I will be more active unlike here I cannot stand the winter season and the more I stay inside my apartment due to the cold I get more stressed out and depressed. I would like to be independent in my life I want to get a better life in the future.

      I am very happy to go back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania to be with my family. I miss my family and I miss home. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me as soon as possible.

      Today I am not living the right place at this moment that means I don’t live in Muslim country. Tanzanian people most of them are Muslims. And every corner is mosque and you hear the prayer that is the most important.

      The people living in Tanzania they know more about Islam better than us because they are living the right place at this moment. Tanzania is wonderful place to live better than other country.

      Today I feel depressed and unhappy and I feel lonely. I would like to closer to my family. I am planning to go to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania on September 1st, 2012 for good insha-Allah, I am happy to go to Tanzania to be with my family and share my life with them to feel much better.

      I have this problem for several years looking for money to move back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania to be with my family. I would like to get married to one Muslim woman from Somalia who lives in Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania. I would like to have my own family there. I would like to be independent in my life I want to get a better life in the future.

      I need your help and would you please help me in this situation? I would like to have a chance to live happily and to experience no frustration due to my illness. I am very desperate for your help. If you don’t help me, who will?

      Thank you, for your understanding and May Allah bless you and your family.

      Jazak Allah Khayran

      Yours sincerely,
      Galib Ramathan

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    In the name of Allah the most Gracious and most merciful

    April 22,, 2012

    Galib Malik Ramathan
    1626 Weston Road Unit B1 Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1T9, Canada
    E-Mail: galibramathan(at)yahoo.ca

    To Whom It May Concern:

    My Dear Brothers/Sisters in Islam

    Assalamu Alaikum wa-Rahmatullahi wa-Barakathu

    My name is Galib Ramathan. I was born in Mogadishu, Somalia on January 1st 1981. I am from a poor Muslim family. I have a problem and I need some help. And I am currently a Canadian citizen. I am from a low income family and in need of financial assistance. I am sick and suffering from a mental illness called Schizophrenia;

    I am unable to work or to go to school because of this illness. Presently, I am taking a medication and in care of a family doctor in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My health was affected by the civil war in Somalia when I was ten years old and its deteriorating day by day. I have been sick for the past 20 years since 1991.

    Presently, I am residing in Toronto for the past 17 years by myself with no family members. My family is in East Africa Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania, I have been away from my family since 1994; we were separated because of the civil war in Somalia.

    I have decided to move to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania permanently to join my family, I never took a medication in my life when I was in Africa it doesn’t matter what part of Africa. Now if I go back to Tanzania my personal health problem will be improve greatly. I will feel much better.

    I am going to Tanzania in order to improve my health condition. I am frustrated, lonely and depressed living in Canada alone without my family I can’t eat properly and I cannot sleep because of the stress,

    I believe I will be off in Tanzania with my family as I am ill and they can take care of me. I strongly believe my health will improve with my family around;

    I lived in Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for many years before coming to Canada and that time I was healthy and I never suffered from any disease or illness.

    I am not will be unable to get enough money to survive there. I am in need of financial assistance in order to move back to Tanzania, as I am unable to work due to my illness and I cannot survive in Africa as there is no agency or government that can assist me financially.

    I would be much better for my health wise physical and mentally I will really appreciated for any help that I can get from you.

    If I remember how we lived in Tanzania sometimes I cry. I am in need urgent support and please try to assist me the best you can. Please don’t ignore me. It doesn’t matter if you are a Muslim or non-Muslim, Please try to help me as much as you can.

    Today I don’t have a life in this country. I spend thinking about myself of not knowing what to do. I would like to achieve a better life as well as independence. Now the problem I have is I am not will be able to get enough money to survive there. I cannot survive in Africa without any support.

    Tanzania is a poor country however everybody is happy and healthy nobody worries about anything because there is no stress, frustration and
    depression.

    I have strong feelings going back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania for good. I am requesting any financial assistance for this matter.

    I am a poor social support in Canada.
    I can’t even afford to visit with my family and spend more time with them to feel much better.

    Whatever charity you can afford please send me a cheque with my name on it at above address on the top of this letter with ups services, or Federal Express post. Please don’t send me regular mail because my house is basement the mail box there is no Key and it is outside apartment it is not safe.

    Please the reason I send you this letter is to let you know about my situation as Muslim brothers and sisters. Anyway you can help me will be greatly appreciated.

    Islam cares much for maintaining the highest level of social solidarity and strength among the members of the society. It goes without saying that spending money on charitable deeds, such as helping the needy, alleviating the pains of the distressed and support those who are in need will be upon them in this world and hereafter.

    Safwan ibn Salim related that the prophet said; anyone who looks after and works for a widow and a poor person is like a warrior fighting for Allah’s cause, or like a person who fasts during the day and prays all night (Bukhari) Anas related that the prophet said; if any Muslim plants something or sows seed from which a man, a bird or an animal eats, it counts a charity for him. (Bukhari, Muslim)

    Any amount of money that I can get will be appreciated and I will pray for you and for myself for God to make it easy for me and bless whoever will be willing to assist me, reward them and make it easy upon them in this world and hereafter?

    I will not be unable to survive Tanzania without assistance. Please try your best to assist me. I get depressed if the weather is too cold especially during the wintertime but African season is always summer there is no winter in Africa.

    The weather in Tanzania is good and I will be more active unlike here I cannot stand the winter season and the more I stay inside my apartment due to the cold I get more stressed out and depressed. I would like to be independent in my life I want to get a better life in the future.

    I am very happy to go back to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania to be with my family.
    I miss my family and I miss home. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me as soon as possible.

    I feel depressed and unhappy and I feel lonely. I would like to closer to my family. I am planning to go to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania on December 31, 2012 for good insha-Allah, I am happy to go to Tanzania to be with my family and share my life with them to feel much better.

    I need your help and would you please help me in this situation? I would like to have a chance to live happily and to experience no frustration due to my illness. I am very desperate for your help. If you don’t help me, who will?

    Thank you, for your understanding and May Allah bless you and your family.

    Jazak Allah Khayran

    Yours sincerely,
    Galib Ramathan

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    Galib Ramathan Says: April 23rd, 2012 at 7:50 pm بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Galib Malik Ramathan 1626 Weston Rd Unit B1 Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1T9, Canada Email : galibramathan@yahoo.ca لمن يهمه الأمر: أخواني و أخواتي في الإسلام: السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته إسمي غالب رمضان. من مواليد مقاديشو- الصومال، في الأول من كانون الثاني لعام 1981. أنا من عائلة مسلمة فقيرة. عندي مشكلة وبحاجة لبعض المساعدة من إخواني وأخواتي المسلمين والمسلمات.انا مواطن كندي و من عائلة فقيرة و بحاجة الى مساعدة مالية إنني مريض، وأعاني من مرض نفسي يدعى انفصام الشخصية (الشيزوفرانيا); مما يجعلني غير قادر على العمل أو الدراسة. في الوقت الحالي أنا تحت العلاج، وعندي طبيب العائلة في تورنتو- أونتاريو. تأثرت صحتي بسبب الحرب الاهلية بالصومال. حينها كنت في العاشرة من عمري و انا مريض لفترة 20 سنة منذ سنة 1991. حاليا اعيش في تورنتو، كندا لمدة 16 سنة لوحدي بدون عائلتي. ليس لدي عائله في كندا لان عائلتي تعيش في شرق افريقيا دار السلام تنزانيا ولم اراهم لمدة طويلة منذ 1994. وقد تهنا عن بعضنا البعض بسبب الحرب الاهلية في الصومال.وانني ارغب يزيارة عائلتي لقضاء وقت معهم وذلك لاشعر بتحسن فأنا أشعر بالاحباط لاني اعيش بكندا بدون عائلتي. ولقد قررت العودة إلى تنزانيا بشكل دائم لأجتمع بعائلتي، لم أحتج لأي علاج عندما كنت في أفريقيا ولا يهم أي جزء من أفريقيا كان. احب العودة الى دار السلام تنزانيا للابد. و انا راجع الى تنزانيا لتحسين صحتي و شعوري. أنا عائد إلى تنزانيا من أجل تحسين وضعي الصحي. و انا دائما قلق و اسمع اصوات انني لست في صحة جيدة، و لقد ضقت العيش في كندا بدون عائلتي، انني اشعر بالتعاسة و غير سعيد و اشعر بالوحدة، لا استطيع ان اكل بشكل طبيعي او ان انام و انا لست سعيدا على الاطلاق، و كل هذا بسبب الضفط النفسي أنا متأكد بأن صحتي ستتجسن عندما تكون عائلتي حولي، لقد عشت في دار السلام ، تنزانيا لعدة سنوات قبل قدومي إلى كندا وفي ذلك الوقت كانت صحتي ممتازة ولم أعاني من أي مرض الحمد لله. الآن أنا شخص فقير يعيش على الإعانة الاجتماعية في كندا. ولن أتمكن من الحصول على الأموال الكافية للعيش الكريم هناك. أنا بحاجة للمعونة المالية من أجل الانتقال مجدداً إلى تنزانيا بما أنني غير قادر على العمل بسبب مرضي ولن أستطيع الصمود في أفريقيا لعدم وجود منظمات أو حكومة تساعدني مادياً. أنا بحاجة للمساعدة بأي زكاة لدي عائلة خارج هذا البلد، ولكن لا يوجد اتصالات كافية لكونهم يعشون في مكان بعيد جداً عن دار السلام، تنزانيا إن وجودي مع عائلتي سيحسن من وضعي الصحي كثبراً من الناحيتين الجسدية والعقلية وسأقدر أية مساعدة أستطيع الحصول عليها منكم. إذا تذكرت كيف عشنا في تنزانيا أحياناً أبكي. أنا بحاجة ماسة لمساعدتكم رجاءاً لا تتجاهلوني بما أننا إخوة مسلمين وأخوات مسلمين. رجاءاً تبرعوا لي بسخاء وبلطف، رجاءاً اعملوا بجد فأنا أنتظركم وحاولوا مساعدتي بقدر استطاعتكم. اليوم ليس عندي أية حياة في هذا البلد، أقضي وقتي مفكراً ولا أعرف ماذا أفعل. أتمنى أن أحقق حياةً افضل واستقلالي. مشكلتي الحالية أنني لن أكون قادراً على الصمود هناك لن أستطيع الصمود في أفريقيا بدون المساعدة. تنزانيا هي بلد فقير ولكن الجميع فيه سعداء ويتمتعون بالصحةلا أحد يقلق على اي شيء لعدم وجود أي قلق، توتر، أو اكتئاب. لدي رغبة قوية بالعودة إلى تنزانيا بشكل دائم. أنا أطلب الزكاة. أي مبلغ زكاة متوفر رجاءً أرسلوا لي شيكاً باسمي عليه على العنوان الموجود في رأس الرسالة. رجاءاً سبب إرسالي للرسالة هو لإعلامكم بحالتي كأخ مسلم . باي طريقة تستطيعون مساعدتي فيها وسأقدر لكم ذلك جداً. إن لم تساعدوني أنتم لا أحد سيساعدني أنتم إخوتي وإخواني المسلمين. و الاسلام يهتم بمساعدة الاخرين و الله سيعوض من يساعد اي مبلغ من المال سيساعدني و انا اقدر هذا و ساصلي لكم و لي و ارجو من الله ان يعطيكم اكثر مما اعطيتموني و ارجو من الله ان يعوضكم و يسهل عليكم قال سلوان بن سليم رضي الله عنه من الرسول محمد صلى الله عيله وسلم: أي شخص يهتم ويعمل لأرملة ةشخص فقير يكون كمجاهد يحارب في سبيل الله، أو كمن صام النهار وقام الليل (صحيح البخاري) وقال أنس رضي الله عنه عن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: إذا زرع أي مسلم بذرة أكل منها رجل أو طير أو حيوان تعتبر في سلم حسناته ( صحيح البخاري) الرسول عليه الصلاة والسلام يقول ارحموا من في الارض يرحمكم من في السماء الرجاء ساعدوني وتابعوا الذين بحاجة الى مساعدة في اي مكان وتذكروا اننا مسلمون ويجب علينامساعدة بعضنا البعض ومساعدة اخوتنا بالاسلام عندما يحتاجوا المساعدة.؟ أي مبلغ مالي أستطيع الحصول عليه سأقدره لكم و ساصلي لكم و لي و ارجو من الله ان يعطيكم اكثر مما اعطيتموني و ارجو من الله ان يعوضكم و يسهل عليكم لن أتكمن من النجاة في تنزانيا بدون المساعدة، رجاءاً حاولو مساعدتي. فأنا أصاب الاكتئاب عندما يصبح الطقس بارداً جداً خاصة في الشتاء ولكن الطقس في أفريقيا صيف دائماً لا يوجد شتاء في أفريقي. الطقس في تنزانيا جميل وسأكون أكثر نشاطاً هناك فأنا لا أستطيع تحمل فصل الستاء وكلما بقيت داخل شقتي بسبب البرد أصبح أكثر اكتئاباً. أنا سعيد بالعودة إلى دار السلام، تنزانيا لأكون مع عائلتي، فأنا أفتقد وطني. انني اخطط للرجوع الى تانزانيا في 31 ديسمبر 2012 انشاء الله و انا بحاجة لمساعدتكم فارجوا منكم مساعدتي في هذا الشان انا بحاجة لفرصة للعيش بسعادة وتجربة الحياة بدون حزن واحباط بسبب مرضي ، و انا في حاجة ماسة للمساعدة في هذه الظروف، ارجوكم انا في حاجة لمساعدتكم ، إن لم تساعدوني، فمن إذن؟ شكراً لتفهّمكم، وبارككّم الله جميعاً. جزاكم الله خيراً المخلص لكم، Galib Ramathan

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      بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

      Galib Malik Ramathan
      1626 Weston Rd Unit B1
      Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1T9, Canada
      Email : galibramathan@yahoo.ca

      Name Bank : Scotia Bank
      Bank address: 1885 Weston Road
      Toronto, Ontario, M9N 1V9, Canada
      Fax: 416-240-7660

      Account Number # 516720403881
      Branch Number # 51672
      Institution Number # 002

      Swift Code NOSCCATT

      Canadian Dollar Account

      Account name : Galib Ramathan
      لمن يهمه الأمر:
      أخواني و أخواتي في الإسلام:
      السلام عليكمورحمة الله وبركاته

      إسمي غالب رمضان. من مواليد مقاديشو- الصومال، في الأول من كانون الثاني لعام 1981. أنا من عائلة مسلمة فقيرة. عندي مشكلة وبحاجة لبعض المساعدة من إخواني وأخواتي المسلمين والمسلمات.انا مواطن كندي و من عائلة فقيرة و بحاجة الى مساعدة مالية
      إنني مريض، وأعاني من مرض نفسي يدعى انفصام الشخصية (الشيزوفرانيا);
      مما يجعلني غير قادر على العمل أو الدراسة. في الوقت الحالي أنا تحت العلاج، وعندي طبيب العائلة في تورنتو- أونتاريو. تأثرت صحتي بسبب الحرب الاهلية بالصومال. حينها كنت في العاشرة من عمري و انا مريض لفترة 20 سنة منذ سنة 1991.

      حاليا اعيش في تورنتو، كندا لمدة 17 سنة لوحدي بدون عائلتي. ليس لدي عائله في كندا لان عائلتي تعيش في شرق افريقيا دار السلام تنزانياولم اراهم لمدة طويلة منذ 1994. وقد تهنا عن بعضنا البعض بسبب الحرب الاهلية في الصومال.وانني ارغب يزيارة عائلتي لقضاء وقت معهم وذلك لاشعر بتحسن فأناأشعر بالاحباط لاني اعيش بكندا بدون عائلتي. ولقد قررت العودة إلى تنزانيا بشكل دائم لأجتمع بعائلتي، لم أحتج لأي علاج عندما كنت في أفريقيا ولا يهم أي جزء من أفريقيا كان. احب العودة الىدار السلام تنزانيا للابد. و انا راجع الى تنزانيا لتحسين صحتي و شعوري.

      أنا عائد إلى تنزانيا من أجل تحسين وضعي الصحي. و انا دائما قلق و اسمع اصوات انني لست في صحة جيدة، و لقد ضقت العيش في كندا بدون عائلتي، انني اشعر بالتعاسة و غير سعيد و اشعر بالوحدة، لا استطيع ان اكل بشكل طبيعي او ان انام و انا لست سعيدا على الاطلاق، و كل هذا بسبب الضفط النفسي

      أنا متأكد بأن صحتي ستتجسن عندما تكون عائلتي حولي، لقد عشت في دار السلام ، تنزانيا لعدة سنوات قبل قدومي إلى كندا وفي ذلك الوقت كانت صحتي ممتازة ولم أعاني من أي مرض الحمد لله.

      الآن أنا شخص فقير يعيش على الإعانة الاجتماعية في كندا. ولن أتمكن من الحصول على الأموال الكافية للعيش الكريم هناك. أنا بحاجة للمعونة المالية من أجل الانتقال مجدداً إلى تنزانيا بما أنني غير قادر على العمل بسبب مرضي ولن أستطيع الصمود في أفريقيا لعدم وجود منظمات أو حكومة تساعدني مادياً.

      أنا بحاجة للمساعدة بأي زكاة لدي عائلة خارج هذا البلد، ولكن لا يوجد اتصالات كافية لكونهم يعشون في مكان بعيد جداً عن دار السلام، تنزانيا إن وجودي مع عائلتي سيحسن من وضعي الصحي كثبراً من الناحيتين الجسدية والعقلية وسأقدر أية مساعدة أستطيع الحصول عليها منكم.

      إذا تذكرت كيف عشنا في تنزانيا أحياناً أبكي. أنا بحاجة ماسة لمساعدتكم رجاءاً لا تتجاهلوني بما أننا إخوة مسلمين وأخوات مسلمين. رجاءاً تبرعوا لي بسخاء وبلطف، رجاءاً اعملوا بجد فأنا أنتظركم وحاولوا مساعدتي بقدر استطاعتكم.

      اليوم ليس عندي أية حياة في هذا البلد، أقضي وقتي مفكراً ولا أعرف ماذا أفعل. أتمنى أن أحقق حياةً افضل واستقلالي. مشكلتي الحالية أنني لن أكون قادراً على الصمود هناك لن أستطيع الصمود في أفريقيا بدون المساعدة.

      تنزانيا هي بلد فقير ولكن الجميع فيه سعداء ويتمتعون بالصحةلا أحد يقلق على اي شيء لعدم وجود أي قلق، توتر، أو اكتئاب. لدي رغبة قوية بالعودة إلى تنزانيا بشكل دائم.

      أنا أطلب الزكاة. أي مبلغ زكاة متوفر رجاءً أرسلوا لي شيكاً باسمي عليه على العنوان الموجود في رأس الرسالة. رجاءاً سبب إرسالي للرسالة هو لإعلامكم بحالتي كأخ مسلم . باي طريقة تستطيعون مساعدتي فيها وسأقدر لكم ذلك جداً. إن لم تساعدوني أنتم لا أحد سيساعدني أنتم إخوتي وإخواني المسلمين.

      و الاسلام يهتم بمساعدة الاخرين و الله سيعوض من يساعد اي مبلغ من المال سيساعدني و انا اقدر هذا و ساصلي لكم و لي و ارجو من الله ان يعطيكم اكثر مما اعطيتموني و ارجو من الله ان يعوضكم و يسهل عليكم

      قال سلوان بن سليم رضي الله عنه من الرسول محمد صلى الله عيله وسلم: أي شخص يهتم ويعمل لأرملة ةشخص فقير يكون كمجاهد يحارب في سبيل الله، أو كمن صام النهار وقام الليل (صحيح البخاري)

      وقال أنس رضي الله عنه عن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: إذا زرع أي مسلم بذرة أكل منها رجل أو طير أو حيوان تعتبر في سلم حسناته ( صحيح البخاري)

      الرسول عليه الصلاة والسلام يقول ارحموا من في الارض يرحمكم من في السماء الرجاء ساعدوني وتابعوا الذين بحاجة الى مساعدة في اي مكان وتذكروا اننا مسلمون ويجب علينامساعدة بعضنا البعض ومساعدة اخوتنا بالاسلام عندما يحتاجوا المساعدة.؟

      أي مبلغ مالي أستطيع الحصول عليه سأقدره لكم و ساصلي لكم و لي و ارجو من الله ان يعطيكم اكثر مما اعطيتموني و ارجو من الله ان يعوضكم و يسهل عليكم

      لن أتكمن من النجاة في تنزانيا بدون المساعدة، رجاءاً حاولو مساعدتي. فأنا أصاب الاكتئاب عندما يصبح الطقس بارداً جداً خاصة في الشتاء ولكن الطقس في أفريقيا صيف دائماً لا يوجد شتاء في أفريقي.

      الطقس في تنزانيا جميل وسأكون أكثر نشاطاً هناك فأنا لا أستطيع تحمل فصل الستاء وكلما بقيت داخل شقتي بسبب البرد أصبح أكثر اكتئاباً. أنا سعيد بالعودة إلى دار السلام، تنزانيا لأكون مع عائلتي، فأنا أفتقد وطني.

      انني اخطط للرجوع الى تانزانيا في 31 ديسمبر 2014 انشاء الله و انا بحاجة لمساعدتكم فارجوا منكم مساعدتي في هذا الشان

      انا بحاجة لفرصة للعيش بسعادة وتجربة الحياة بدون حزن واحباط بسبب مرضي، و انا في حاجة ماسة للمساعدة في هذه الظروف، ارجوكم انا في حاجة لمساعدتكم ، إن لم تساعدوني، فمن إذن؟

      شكراً لتفهّمكم، وبارككّم الله جميعاً.
      جزاكم الله خيراً

      المخلص لكم،
      Galib Ramathan

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