GoFundMe for family of 3 year old Somali boy who was martyred in New Zealand

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  1. Crow

    Crow Make Hobyo Great Again

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    https://www.gofundme.com/new-zealand-christchurch-mosque-shooting
    Inna lillahi wa in illahi rajicuun. This is truly heart breaking. Please give what you can and if you have no money, please share it.
     
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  2. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis Prof.Dr.Eng. VIP

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    Going through the names of people that donated, I have to admit that Pakistanis/Bangladesh folks are very generous walahi.

    Do you have to set up an account to donate? Do not be stingy people, and please donate according to your abilities. I sure will.

    This is the three year old Mucad

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    AUN
     
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  4. Crow

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    He was reported as missing before they found his body.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...-old-boy-missing-following-terror-attack.html
     
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  5. halwa

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    Alhamdulilah. Donated. May Allah bring sabr and imaan to his family. :it0tdo8:
     
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  6. halwa

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    No. You don’t need an account. It is quite quick to donate.
     
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  7. Crow

    Crow Make Hobyo Great Again

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    @Reiko Please sticky this thread.
     
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    AUN... My heart broke for him Wallahi. May Allah swt give his parents and loved ones sabr and iman.
     
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    Reiko Queen of Bari Staff Member Moderator

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    No you don't have to set an account, I always donate it as anon.
     
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  10. AussieHustler

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    Good to see Somalis getting together and helping this family. Please donate if you can. If you've more to offer, there are other charities helping this family and others too.

    How to Help the Victims of the Christchurch Shootings.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/16/world/asia/christchurch-shooting-charities.html

    NZ raises $5.1m for victims of Christchurch mosque shootings.

    Over $5 million has been raised for victims of the Christchurch terror attacks across three fundraisers.

    A Givealittle page has already raised more than $3.4 million - the most ever for a campaign since Givealittle began in 2008 - with more than 49,000 people donating by 11:20am Sunday morning.

    More than $109,000 has also been donated to a fundraiser on Everyday Hero, which was set up after the volume of donations caused problems on the Givealittle site.

    Both pages were set up by the NZ Council of Victim Support Groups, the government's primary provider of support services for people affected by homicide.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/11...00k-for-victims-of-christchurch-terror-attack

    Givealittle page for Christchurch Muslim community raises $3.2 million as donations continue to flood in.

    Almost 47,000 people have donated to the mass Givealittle fund set up for the families affected by the Christchurch twin terror attacks, reaching a close $3 million.

    The Givealittle fund raiser began on March 15 and has since raised $3,212,983.

    A statement on the website says, “We've been overwhelmed with donations - more than we thought possible - and we now need to create more formal processes than would be needed for the much smaller fund we expected this page would create.”

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new...on-donations-continue-flood-in?variant=tb_v_1

    Here's how you can help the victims of the New Zealand terror attacks.

    The Muslim crowdfunding site LaunchGood has a fund for the famlies. The money will be distributed by the New Zealand Islamic Information Center.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2019/03/15/us/iyw-help-new-zealand-terror-attack-victims-trnd/index.html
     
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  11. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis Prof.Dr.Eng. VIP

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    Toddler with an old soul: Young victim of NZ attack mourned

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    CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) — He spent just three years on this earth, but in some ways, a friend said, he seemed like an old soul. Before he became the youngest known victim of Christchurch’s mass shooting, 3-year-old Mucaad Ibrahim had possessed an intelligence beyond his years, and an affinity for his elders.

    But on Friday, when a gunman stormed into the mosque where Mucaad was sitting with his big brother and father, it was Mucaad’s youth that left him so vulnerable. In the chaos that ensued as people fled from the bullets, the tiny boy became separated from his family. On Sunday, his brother Abdi Ibrahim said that police had confirmed the worst: their beloved little boy was dead

    Each of the 50 lives lost in Friday’s senseless barrage of violence at the hands of a white supremacist has left an aching wound across this close-knit city. But the death of Mucaad, with his big brown eyes and sweet smile, has pierced with particular ferocity.

    “He’s been loved by the community here,” said Ahmed Osman, a close family friend. “It’s been tough days. It’s been really tough days.”

    Mucaad was a joyful, energetic child who always seemed to be laughing, Abdi said. And he was bright, with an affinity for technology. His toy of choice was an iPad.

    The toddler impressed Osman with his intelligence. Mucaad seemed to particularly enjoy talking to older people, he said.

    “He was very approachable,” Osman said. “He is easygoing to talk to.”

    Nearly every Friday at 6 p.m., Mucaad would go to the park not far from the mosque where his life would ultimately end. There, he would watch Abdi play soccer with Osman and their friends. The toddler would stand on the sidelines cheering them on, and kicking a ball of his own along the grass, Osman recalled with a smile.

    Mucaad had planned to go to the park, as usual, on Friday evening. He would never get the chance.

    That afternoon, he joined Abdi and their father at the Al Noor mosque for Friday prayers. Mucaad was sitting just in front of Abdi, listening to the imam, when a thunder of bullets shattered the peace.

    Everyone began to run. Abdi thought his father had Mucaad. In the rush and the crush of people, the trio became separated.

    That was the last time Abdi saw his baby brother. After an agonizing search by the family, police confirmed that Mucaad was dead, Abdi said.

    On Sunday, Abdi waited at Christchurch’s airport for the arrival of another one of his brothers, Abdifatah Ibrahim, who had been overseas when the massacre occurred. The shooting, Abdi said, still felt like a terrible dream.

    “My mum, she’s been struggling,” Abdi said. “Every time she sees other people crying, emotional, she just collapses.”

    A few minutes later, Abdifatah emerged through the arrivals gate. He and Abdi wrapped their arms around each other in a tight embrace. And then they went to wait for the release of their little brother’s body so they could lay him to rest, a life ended before it had barely begun.
     
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    AUN to the poor child and all the other victims of this vile tragedy, I’m gonna donate rn
     
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