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lol, I had a dream the other night that Al-Mufeed made a new account and I was talking to him in the chatroom. It was funny because I think that his profile picture was the same as Hameedeh's.

Does anyone know how he's doing? I miss him so much - so many of us owe a lot of our religiosity to his efforts.

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On 2/17/2017 at 5:52 AM, beardedbaker said:

Members I wish they posted more often instead of eating fried chicken all day: @baradar_jackson 

But it tastes so good

On 2/17/2017 at 4:10 PM, silasun said:

lol, I had a dream the other night that Al-Mufeed made a new account and I was talking to him in the chatroom. It was funny because I think that his profile picture was the same as Hameedeh's.

Does anyone know how he's doing? I miss him so much - so many of us owe a lot of our religiosity to his efforts.

Al Mufeed is busy being a boss.

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Basim Ali. I miss his kind, polite, informative, cheerful posts. If anyone knows him in real life, you are truly lucky to have him as your friend. May Allah SWT bless him always.  

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