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    An email I got -- any authenticity on it?

    Don't kill me with so ans so... I am not an expert on Islamic matters but just got the following email from a friend... wondering on what you all feel about it!


    A 16 year old girl was very sick and her doctors
    could not cure her.
    During the Night of Power ( Lailat Al Kadr ) she
    cried much and eventually
    fell asleep.
    In her sleep, she saw Sayyida Zeinab (AS) who gave
    her a drink of water.
    When she woke up from her sleep, she found herself
    cured of her illness.
    She found a piece of cloth with the message that
    she should publicize what
    had happened to 13 individuals.
    This message did reach a General in the Marines
    who followed the
    instructions and distributed the message. He got
    promoted within 13
    days.
    The message also got a businessman who ignored the
    instructions, he lost
    all his wealth within 13 days.
    It also reached a laborer who followed the
    instructions,he got promoted
    and all his problems disappeared within 13 days. I
    therefore, request you
    Muslims(sisters/brothers)to publicize and
    distribute this message to 13
    individ! uals, please do not gnore it.
    Be very persuasive

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    Life is a test so do your best!

    #2
    Chain-mail = fraud.
    Muslims are so good at dividing that they can divide the atom. If you see two Muslims, probably they belong to 3 parties.
    Al-Ghazali

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      #3
      These chain letters have had absolutely no effect on calling Muslims to live a life that is practically in keeping with the teachings of the Qur’an and the Sunnah. They have only added to the already existing set of dogmas of the Muslims. I would not worry about it at all.

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      They shoot partypoopers, don't they?

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        #4
        I get dozens of them and I think it's pathetic when people use religion to circulate chain mails.

        I would rather prefer reading a joke than these kind of emails.

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          #5

          Was it sent on Friday the 13th by someone called Jason!

          Send it back to the sender 13 times and see if they don't accuse you of Spamming.

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