Category Archives: Medical

CAI Newsletter – February 2016 – B

Ghazni Orphans Fund For 2016 Still In Deficit: CAI funds for our 50 boy orphans in Ghazni Orphanage in Afghanistan is still short US$36,000 for 2016. Please help us cover this deficit if you can so the uncertainties for their care and welfare can be removed.  Sayed Mehdi Agha Jafri Needs Help: This poor 4-year-old boy

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CAI Newsletter – September2015 – A

2015 Eid Hajj Qurbaani Project CAI will, as usual, offer Qurbaani services for 2015 in Afghanistan, India and Africa. All meat and skin will be distributed to the poor and indigent in remote areas. Payments / pledges must be received by CAI no later than September 20th for the following prices to hold; all requests after

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CAI Newsletter – August 2015 – B

2015 Eid Hajj Qurbaani Project CAI will, as usual, offer Qurbaani services for 2015 in Afghanistan, India and Africa. All meat and skin will be distributed to the poor and indigent in remote areas. Payments / pledges must be received by CAI no later than September 20th for the following prices to hold; all requests after

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September 2005 Report

Dear fellow Muslims, Salaam Alaikum. May this holy month bring you much blessings and the taufiq of reflection and self betterment resulting in a chance to get closer to Allah (swt). The following are musings on my recent visit to India (Mumbai, Calcutta and Kargil). Due to the nature and the unique experience in Kargil,

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May 2009 Report

Alhamd’Allah, I have just returned from a 9 day trip to Afghanistan; I was accompanied by Sayyed Muhammed Mussawi (WABIL, London), Brother Gulaam Virji (Dubai), Brother Aziz Jawad (Dubai), Dr. Afzal Yusufali (Dubai) and Brother Aliakber Ratansi (Al Imaan, Mumbai). Our travels took us to Kabul, Heraat, Mazaar, Bamiyaan, YawKawlang, Sachaack and back to Kabul.

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July 2008 Report

My dear Muslims, I have, alhamd’Allah, returned to Mumbai from a visit to Afghanistan yet again; a visit marred by the terrible explosion outside the Indian embassy in Kabul on July 7 that took the lives of 58 people. An explosion we witnessed from our vehicle about a mile away, while on our way to

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