Thursday, 24 January 2008

تعزية

يَا أَيَّتُهَا النَّفْسُ الْمُطْمَئِنَّةُ ارْجِعِي إِلَى رَبِّكِ رَاضِيَةً مَّرْضِيَّةفَادْخُلِي فِي عِبَادِي وَادْخُلِي جَنَّتِي

صدق الله العظيم

أتقدم بأحر التعازي الى آل المجريسي ويوسف و عبدالسلام في أكسفورد في وفاة المغفور له بإذن الله نجيب بشير المجريسي نسأل الله ان يتقبله بالمغفرة والرحمة ويسكنه فسيح جناته وان يلهم أهله وذويه وأصدقاءه الصبر والسلوان وإِنَّا لِلهَِّ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ

Najib & his daughter Wisal in Oxofrd mid 80s

It is with great regret that I received the news of the death of a good Friend of mine that I have not seen for many years due to living abroad. My condolences to Yousef Bashir Mejrisi and AbdulSalam Mejrisi for the death of their brother/cousin Najib Bashir Mejrisi and to Mejrisi family in Libya.

The photograph I am posting of Najib is from a collection I have had for many years during our study in Oxford.

May Allah forgive him and have mercy on his soul and give his family and friends patience, Ameen. He was a kind man who loved his family and friends, I will always remember him as the man who never spoke behind any body else's back and that is very rare to find.

23 comments:

UT said...

My deepest condolences on the passing of your dear friend...

INNA LILLAH WA INA ILEYHI RAJEEOUN
May he rest in peace.

I hope Allah grants you the patience to move on , cause good friends are very rare.
May Allah bless you and your family and help you through this loss.....

CNN Libya said...
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CNN Libya said...

رحم الله الفقيد, و أسكنه فسيح جناته, إنا لله و إنا إليه راجعون

Living Away said...

i am sorry for the loss of your friend, dear anglo. I pray that he is in a better place. ...

abdul said...

Thank you Anglo for your kind words.

The Libyan regime has yet another unnecessary death on its hands. The corrupt regime is responsible for depriving Najeeb, his family and his adorable children of a long and free life.

The circumstances surrounding his death are such:
Whilst falsely imprisoned incommunicado for 6 and a half years he was finally released in poor health. A horrid experience from which he never fully recovered physically or emotionally. He carried the remainder of those scars for the rest of his short life.

I would like to point out he was never politically active nor was he ever charged with any offence.

The appalling lack of medical facilities and basic health care in Benghazi forced him to travel abroad to seek the neceassary medical care he required. Unfortunately his health had deteriorated to such an extent that he was beyond help.

Had the infrastructure been to the standard that one finds in hospitals around the world it is highly likely his death would have been prevented.

We will all miss him so much and none more so than his wife and children.

May God forgive him and have mercy on his soul - amin
Abdulsalam

فراشـة said...

أنا لله و إنا إليه راجعون

اللهم ارحم موتانا
و ارحمنا

فأنت الرحمن الرحيم

dusk till dawn said...

salam Anglo-LY
what a sad news to receive , losing a dear and close friend u spent happy times wt, it happen to know i know the family quite well.i feel the same
my deepest sympathy and condolences to u and his family to,
allah promise him heaven , and mercty to,

Anglo-Libyan said...

UT, CNN Libya, Living Away, Farasha and DTD, thank you for your kind words.

Dear Abdul,
my deepeset condolenses to you and your family for the loss of dear Najib.
as you know, we were all close when we lived together for many years in Oxford and we know he was completely innocent of the charges brought on him by the Libyan government, the way he was treated (and many others) will always be a shame on Libya's face.
may Allah forgive him for he was a good man but not forgive the people that made him, his family and his friends suffer.

white african said...

ameen.

may allah grant his family patience.

your right the quality of not talking behind others is rare to find, what an amazing character.

Benghazi Citizen said...

May Allah grant him forgiveness and paradise ,and his family the patience and acceptance..

a_akak said...

May allah accept his soul and count him with the sala7een in heavan

Fe Aman Allah

Highlander said...

Heartfelt condolences ya 3azizi AngloLibyan.

azizaali27 said...

I’ll always remember my uncle Najib as the most sensitive kindness man.

I remember when he was taking me and his daughter (Wisal) for walk and he always take us for a ride before sunset in Ramadan. Also, I remember how he used to feed dogs and cats that were wondering in the streets. Even, he used to feed the ants in the winter, he’s the one told me how the ants collect and save their food for the winter days.



I miss you so much and I’ll always do



Allah yarhma

Anglo-Libyan said...

thank you, whiteafrican, benghazi citizen,a_akak & highlander, Allah bless you.

Dear Aziza,
thank you for your comment, my heart goes to you and your family for your uncle was exactly as you said, I will never forget his smiley friendly face.
I may have met you when you were a baby in Oxford, ask Wisal's mum.

loza said...

انا لله وانا ايه راجعون ...

البقاء لله ..

حنان شلبي said...

انا لله وانا اليه راجعون

لله ما أخذ ولله ما أعطى ,وان شاء الله بيكون بمكان افضل واحسن

DaMoon said...

Enna le Alla wa Enna Elih Raji3oon

MaySoon said...

إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون

enlightened spirit said...

انا لله وانا اليه لراجعون...عظم الله أجركم

Weldemdina said...

اللهم أسكنه فسيح جناته اللهم تقبله قبولا حسنا ..

اللهم اغسله بالماء والثلج والبرد ونقه من الذنوب والخطايا كما ينقى الثوب الأبيض من الدنس

واجعل الفردوس الاعلى داره

اللهم آمين

Anglo-Libyan said...

loza, Hannan, damoon, Maysoon, enlightened spirit and weldemdina, thank you all for the kind words

انا لله وانا اليه راجعون

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