Sunday, September 13, 2015

Crane Collapse in Mecca- A tragedy not to rejoice over !

 

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Every time the phone rings at late hours during nighttime I freak out ! Its either news that one of my relatives be it close or faraway expire or it’s definitely some bad news. And day before yesterday when my dad received a call at 12:30 am I had a feeling it was very bad news. It was my uncle calling to tell that the sad tragedy of a crane collapsing over the Grand Mosque had killed over a 100 people in Mecca. The crane collapsed after a strong thunderstorm hit Mecca

My parents are leaving for Saudi Arabia this week and this will be their first hajj pilgrimage. Such incidents do scare the public but no matter what the Hajjis will not stop. Maybe it’s the faith, which cannot be moved just like the mountains Allah created . With more than 2 million people to complete Hajj this year this incident will barely have any effect. We can only hope safety measures are taken and more such incidents are avoided.

I hardly read the newspaper and my only source of knowing the current happening and NEWS is through twitter trending topics or blogposts . And recently when a read an article on the crane collapse accident there were awful and hate messages posted by barbaric people . I don’t get it. have people lost faith or are they suffering from a disease that wants them to have a laugh on the name of religion when humanity is hurt. Well if you are happy that people from a religion you hate died why not keep it for yourself and go to hell but o they want to show the world they are hypocrites and barbaric humans.

Lives lost no matter where is a sad thing and not a thing rejoice over. My mother was all tears and said that all those who lost lives are residents of heaven now. I have seen hundreds of people wishing they could die in Mecca , but I guess God has other plans for each one of us. May Allah put their souls to rest and give them Jannah.

You have to give it up to the faith the pilgrims carry in their hearts . No one has turned their backs , the Hajj will go on for sure.My thoughts and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones at Mecca . I also hope people change their attitude towards the loss innocent human life .

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I was inspired to write this blog post after reading hate messages and messages where young women and men rejoiced over the incident here and stated that this was a moment of happiness as the tragedy took place on 9/11 anniversary. We are all Hindus or Muslims or Christian or Jews capable of getting hurt and having the power to hurt, and its the reason why its saddening to see people enjoying the death of so many innocent people. When will people realise hate does not do anything but spew out more hate. Get over your hypocrisy !May the souls of the innocent victims of this disaster rest in peace!

Until next time,

Love

Najm Nisa

19 comments:

  1. You are very apt in writing this post Nisa ! I have not yet visited the link you have given hete and don't intend to as I don't want my faith shaken from humanity . people who can joke or laugh at deaths of innocent people are not even humans. I just wish a safe and happy life to all . Amen .

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  2. Anybody cheering on a moment of tragedy is a shame for humanity. May those who lost their lives in the disaster rest in peace.

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  3. May the departed souls of the disaster effected ones rest in peace. And people rejoicing this are in themselves a shame for humanity. Thanks for sharing dear.

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    1. Truly a shame on humanity dear. Thanks for sharing your views..

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  4. Whenever people die at a religious site, there is the talk about why a particular God or the creator didn't save his people - I don't understand why people use such situations to spread other religions, politics or what is seen a lot more these days - mocking everyone else in the name of atheism.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your views..its so sad to see people spread hate.

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  5. I believe it is the best death one could have who has faith in Allah. The place is said to be the exact replica of heaven and I'm sure who died here will get a place in heaven. Ameen.

    I'm proud of you Nazm that you wrote this post.

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    1. Thank you Mani, your comment means a lot.

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  6. Its Sad and ugly. Don't want to check the link.

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  7. That is so disheartening!
    My best wishes to your parents for a safe and happy journey!

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    1. Very disheartening indeed! Thank you for your wishes dear.

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  8. It's strange how some people presented it as tit for tat and we say that we have grown as a human.

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  9. Good that you took the time to express your views, which is also the opinion of the majority of right thinking people. Rejoicing at someone's loss only shows their immaturity and mean mentality. May Allah guide them. Ameen

    If only they knew the status (in the life of hereafter) of those who lost their lives in Makkah, they can't help but envy them.

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  10. Its a pity we live in a world of sadists who find pleasure in loss. I would never want to read the link as it will create a rage in me and a loss of faith. your post is so apt and needed at this hour.

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  11. I've serious doubts on the sanity of those people who could rejoice over such a tragic incident! You are very right to come up with this post, Najm.

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