Thank you for volunteers

April 13, 2013 · Print This Article

Assalamu Aleekum

Dear Brothers,

Mohammad Dardouk,     Ahmed Hassan,       Imam Mustafa,      Nadeem Vellore, Mohamed Daqaq              Fuad Mefleh,          Hashim Mefleh,      Ahmed Mefleh, Enamul R. Latifee,           Mooez ,                    Nayeem ,                  Saad Asrar ,

Khalid Trabelsi,               Anas Rahhal,           Baraa Rahhal,         Mujahid Faruq, Bassam Faruq,                 Ahmed Keshlaf       Mawlood,                  Bilal Darnell

Mohamed Darfoon,         Siraj Darfoon,        (Farooq) Armstrong,

Abdul Salam Darfoon,

Volunteering is the lifeblood of any community.   Our beloved Mosque would not exist without dedicated volunteers like you.   In Islam there is a strong ethic of volunteerism.   Volunteerism is not just participating in a study circle or a fundraising event.   As Muslims, our role is to be world citizens … working for a better society and community.

As Muslims, our role isn’t just to pray, fast, and pay zakat.  We must volunteer our time, money, and effort to maintain and improve our community and help our brothers and sisters.  Our love for Allah is evident by the work that we do that helps the community and strengthens our FAITH.  Islam is a faith of action and we need to validate our faith by working to make the world a better place.

Dawah is not just inviting others to Islam and educating them about its principles.  It is also, doing good works and setting an example. This is where volunteerism plays a role.

Our Mosque is our pride and joy … it is the place that will transform us to a better Muslims.  We should always be ready to lend a hand to improve this significant place

On behalf of the Clemson Islamic Community board of directors and the Executive Committee, I would like to personally thank for the magnificent support you provided to repaint our beloved Mosque.  This event could not have been a success without your help and the help of many other volunteers who donated their time and effort.

Sincerely yours,

Nedal Mefleh


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