Thoughts Lead To Appreciation
Over the last three weeks, Umm Sulaim’s Thoughts has published letters I composed and sent to Muslim prisoners and former detainees mostly in the United Kingdom and also in the United States Of America and elsewhere.
Although the number of published letters are 46, the actual number of correspondences are much higher than that.
Of course, I do not have copies of the rest of letters – except some messages sent to Abu Hamza Al-Masri.
The messages were addressed to:
A~ well-known incarcerated Muslims such as Abu Qatada, Babar Ahmad and Abdul-Malik [John Walker Lindh];
B~ not so well-known prisoners – Saajid Badat and Nadeem Tarmohammed;
C~ prisoners with code names, example, Detainees B, I, P, and X;
D~ former detainees, for instance, Moazzam Begg and Rasul Kudayev;
E~ and of course, Abu Hamza Al-Masri.
It is also likely I wrote to wives ~family of detainees as well as to a detained non-Muslim lawyer of a Muslim prisoner.
Letters were thoughtful prose and poetry aimed at advising the detained on modes on psychological management to sustain the mental health of the prisoner.