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Re: The Devil In Al-Mustapha's Life

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By Saadah Sanusi
I feel obliged to respond to the two-series article titled above by one Mohammed Nasir Fagge and published on elumbah.com, a fringe online news portal for several fundamental reasons.

For one, though a lay person, I found it highly unethical and quite unprofessional for this online portal to allow its platform be used for the publication of such high wire slander and libel against an entire family.

Before this was done, a lot of us regular visitors of the Elombah website had viewed its editorial judgment with great respect and not for once did we ever deem it among the clique of fringe publishers. I must however point out that that perception is changing now.

Secondly, my response, though unsolicited, is informed by the fact that the writer, whose identity gives him away as a Muslim, utterly disregarded all known moral standards and etiquette required by the Islamic religion in dealing with the dignity of fellow human beings so much as to attempt to soil the sanctity of marriage which calls for the strictest proof of allegations of infidelity and the independence of a family as an institution.

As a mother, I am greatly touched by the author's total neglect of decency, decorum, and simple civil conscience in making those allegations, not even minding the concomitant effect it would yield in the psyche of Al-Mustapha's innocent children.I wonder how the writer would have felt if his own children were to be subjected to such wicked trauma. It takes an inhuman and ungodly soul, in my opinion, to mete out such humiliation on innocent children by concocting evident lies against them that even touch on their paternity.

Fatima (Mimi) and Al-Mustapha jnr are friends and schoolmates of my own daughter, whom I can defend with my life from the mischief of the wide, wild, and wicked world as accurately symbolized by the author of the libelous article in question. It is apparent that I refuse to refer to the author by the names he used, and that is merely because it makes me sick to my stomach to associate the noble name of the beloved Prophet of Islam who came as a mercy to the world with a slanderous soul of satanic words. Jamil Gaya, a legitimate child of late Dr Gaya,as well as Fatima (Mimi) and Al-Mustapha jnr have completed their undergraduate studies and are currently pursuing their various fields of passion.

All the above-mentioned children, are ambassadors of humility, decency, and respect  and should serve as role models for others. I shed motherly tears when I read the articles at the thought of what the family as a unit must be going through with all this persistent persecution. However, typical of Fatima( Mimi), when my daughter put a call to her to tell her that she felt her pain, she sounded unruffled. Perhaps emboldened by years of persecution and seeking refuge with the Creator, Fatima (Mimi) simply said, 'HasbunAllah wa ni'mal wakeel'. And I believe that every mother that reads the wicked slander would not only feel the pain of these children but would also agree with Fatima (Mimi) that Allah is sufficient for them and all those who persecute them deliberately out of envy or sheer hate.

Saadah, a mother of three wrote this from Kaduna and could be reached at [email protected]

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Re: The Devil In Al-Mustapha's Life
By Saadah Sanusi
I feel obliged to respond to the two-series article titled above by one Mohammed Nasir Fagge and published on elumbah.com, a fringe online news portal for several fundamental reasons.

For one, though a lay person, I found it highly unethical and quite unprofessional for this online portal to allow its platform be used for the publication of such high wire slander and libel against an entire family.

Before this was done, a lot of us regular visitors of the Elombah website had viewed its editorial judgment with great respect and not for once did we ever deem it among the clique of fringe publishers. I must however point out that that perception is changing now.

Secondly, my response, though unsolicited, is informed by the fact that the writer, whose identity gives him away as a Muslim, utterly disregarded all known moral standards and etiquette required by the Islamic religion in dealing with the dignity of fellow human beings so much as to attempt to soil the sanctity of marriage which calls for the strictest proof of allegations of infidelity and the independence of a family as an institution.

As a mother, I am greatly touched by the author's total neglect of decency, decorum, and simple civil conscience in making those allegations, not even minding the concomitant effect it would yield in the psyche of Al-Mustapha's innocent children.I wonder how the writer would have felt if his own children were to be subjected to such wicked trauma. It takes an inhuman and ungodly soul, in my opinion, to mete out such humiliation on innocent children by concocting evident lies against them that even touch on their paternity.

Fatima (Mimi) and Al-Mustapha jnr are friends and schoolmates of my own daughter, whom I can defend with my life from the mischief of the wide, wild, and wicked world as accurately symbolized by the author of the libelous article in question. It is apparent that I refuse to refer to the author by the names he used, and that is merely because it makes me sick to my stomach to associate the noble name of the beloved Prophet of Islam who came as a mercy to the world with a slanderous soul of satanic words. Jamil Gaya, a legitimate child of late Dr Gaya,as well as Fatima (Mimi) and Al-Mustapha jnr have completed their undergraduate studies and are currently pursuing their various fields of passion.

All the above-mentioned children, are ambassadors of humility, decency, and respect   and should serve as role models for others. I shed motherly tears when I read the articles at the thought of what the family as a unit must be going through with all this persistent persecution. However, typical of Fatima( Mimi), when my daughter put a call to her to tell her that she felt her pain, she sounded unruffled. Perhaps emboldened by years of persecution and seeking refuge with the Creator, Fatima (Mimi) simply said, 'HasbunAllah wa ni'mal wakeel'. And I believe that every mother that reads the wicked slander would not only feel the pain of these children but would also agree with Fatima (Mimi) that Allah is sufficient for them and all those who persecute them deliberately out of envy or sheer hate.

Saadah, a mother of three wrote this from Kaduna and could be reached at [email protected]

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