Sadaqah Jaariyah for Mohamed Nejash

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wabrakatuh. On December 8th, 2017,  we lost a humble brother in our community. Born on January 3rd, 1996, Mohamed Nejash was only 21 before the angle of the death called upon his name. He died due to a drive by shooting and had numerous bullets throughout his chest and back. Losing a child at such a young age due to senseless violence is a pain no mother should have to burden. Our families are devastated by this tragedy. Mohamed was the oldest within his household and the sole provider for his family. Although the pain is excruciating, we shall all return to our creator,  Allah Swt. Mohamed's last words were his shahada as he passed on jummah. Mashallah, our brother died a true Muslim in remembrance of Allah Swt upon his last few minutes on this dunya.

As Muslims, we are fortunate enough to have a deen that can grant our deceased loved one's good deeds. The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jaariyah (ceaseless charity); knowledge which is beneficial; or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (the deceased).”

As a relative of Mohamed, I ask of any contribution possible towards his Sadaqah Jaariyah.  Mohamed will be rewarded in his akhirah while others benefit in this dunya.  He will be granted so much everlasting good deeds! Please find it within yourself to donate what you can, so the same can be done for you one day, In Sha Allah. 

With the money raised, we plan on making wells to provide a water source for families in impoverished areas without such source.  In addition, we will donate copies of the Quran and Islamic reading materials to different mosques. We will feed and clothe the poor.  Lastly, we will donate to build more mosques and so much more In Sha Allah!

May Allah Swt have mercy upon his soul and grant Mohamed the highest jannah.  O Allah, forgive Mohamed. Make him among the guided ones, raise his status and be his deputy among the grieving. O Lord of the two worlds, forgive us and him and make his grave wide and full of light.
Ameen. 


https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/1-hospitalized-following-shooting-in-rainier-valley/
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Organizer
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