News ID: 333205
Publish Date: 23 January 2012 - 07:02
Martyrdom and Sacrifice Subjects Database (123):
Navideshahed: Ghadi was a girl who had lived in the European culture and she did not have a good vein and she liked to be in another form. In addition of dissipation and luxuries…she liked this house that had only one room. The door of this house was open for all the guests. All the comrades and fighters and ordinary persons could step in and they could stay there and talk with the manager for an hour. Mustafa even entertained her in the room of this house and Ghadi was so surprised when she noticed that she must take off her shoes and sit on the ground.

Ghadi, raised like Europeans, is not fully committed to Hijab and she liked to be in another form. In addition of dissipation and luxuries…she liked this house that had only one room. The door of this house was open for all the guests. All the comrades and fighters and ordinary persons could step in and they could stay there and talk with the manager for an hour. Mustafa even entertained her in the room of this house and Ghadi was so surprised when she noticed that she must take off her shoes and sit on the ground!

When Ghadi Chamran got familiar with Dr. Chamran did not have complete Islamic vein, but since she was taught by Dr. Chamran and she learnt the spiritual tradition, she received a scarf from him. After that they got married and it was the first gift that was given to her by Dr. Chamran. After that she became an Islamic woman and she wore scarf and she had a good vein.

On the day that Dr. Mustafa Chamran proposed marriage to the family of Ghadi Jabar, Miss Jabar told him if he knows the person who is going to get married with her? She was a girl that the servants would come to her house in the evening and clean her house though she had not washed her face and they prepared her breakfast including a glass of milk and a cup of coffee for her.

In response to Mrs. Jabar, Mustafa responds that he can not hire a servant for her daughter but he promises that as long as he is alive, he himself will clean her bed and to bring a glass of milk and a cup of coffee near her bed in the mornings.

Even when he wanted to go to Ahvaz and to the battlefields, he cleaned the bed of her and he prepared milk and coffee for her in the morning though he knew that drinking coffee is a custom of Lebanese, but he prepared it for his wife.

When his wife asked the reason of these activities, Mustafa responded that he has promised her mother to do all of these things as long as he is alive.

The End

Ghadi, raised like Europeans, is not fully committed to Hijab and she liked to be in another form. In addition of dissipation and luxuries…she liked this house that had only one room. The door of this house was open for all the guests. All the comrades and fighters and ordinary persons could step in and they could stay there and talk with the manager for an hour. Mustafa even entertained her in the room of this house and Ghadi was so surprised when she noticed that she must take off her shoes and sit on the ground! When Ghadi Chamran got familiar with Dr. Chamran did not have complete Islamic vein, but since she was taught by Dr. Chamran and she learnt the spiritual tradition, she received a scarf from him. After that they got married and it was the first gift that was given to her by Dr. Chamran. After that she became an Islamic woman and she wore scarf and she had a good vein. On the day that Dr. Mustafa Chamran proposed marriage to the family of Ghadi Jabar, Miss Jabar told him if he knows the person who is going to get married with her? She was a girl that the servants would come to her house in the evening and clean her house though she had not washed her face and they prepared her breakfast including a glass of milk and a cup of coffee for her. In response to Mrs. Jabar, Mustafa responds that he can not hire a servant for her daughter but he promises that as long as he is alive, he himself will clean her bed and to bring a glass of milk and a cup of coffee near her bed in the mornings. Even when he wanted to go to Ahvaz and to the battlefields, he cleaned the bed of her and he prepared milk and coffee for her in the morning though he knew that drinking coffee is a custom of Lebanese, but he prepared it for his wife. When his wife asked the reason of these activities, Mustafa responded that he has promised her mother to do all of these things as long as he is alive. The End
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