Greetings of Peace.
Send Love and Greetings to Our Imprisoned Families in US Prisons in these Uncertain Times
The covid-19 is continuing to take lives of our imprisoned community members in federal prisons. The Bureau of Prisons reports over 600 imprisoned individuals have been tested positive, over 300 inmates who have recovered and about 25 prisoners have already died from it. While some countries are releasing their imprisoned population from some prisons, the BOP has not made the decision to release all.
In this challenging times, a short note or a post card telling our imprisoned community members that you care, that they matter, and that they are not forgotten can help keep them feel connected, uplifted and give them a sense of belonging. Let our imprisoned community members know they will always be part of our Community and that they are in our prayers in these difficult times.
Prisoners of many faiths including Muslims have been targeted in the US and imprisoned today because of their beliefs and associations.
Write a short note or send a post card to tell someone you care, to tell them that they matter, and that they are not forgotten. Let them know they will always be part of our Community and that they are in our prayers. It’s an easy process that takes only a few minutes, but would mean so much to our brothers and sisters in prisons and their loved ones.
Sometimes it’s just a letter from the community that can make a lot of difference inside the four walls of Prison cells. The letter from someone who cares can be a charity or Sadaqa for our Muslim prisoners, especially during the holy month of Ramadan, requiring only a few minutes. Even just one message and du’aa (prayers) can make all the difference for a brother or a sister isolated from his or her beloved family and community.
The month of Ramadan is the month of gaining blessings. The smart trader is the one who makes the most of special occasions to increase his or her rewards. So make the most of this month by writing a simple caring letter or sending a post card to a Muslim brother or sister in Prison.
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View photos of past Ramadan events : Ramadan Wishes to Muslims Behind Walls in Uncertain Times