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I did not request money for my husband’s illness – Dr.Reffai

Monday, 29 April, 2013 9:57 PM
“dr.reffai” <>

Assalamu alaikum.
 If any of you received  any mails  from  addresses with my name saying my husband is ill and i need money please  NOTE THAT IT IS A HOAX. DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY TO THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNT ( i have deleted the account number)  OR TO ANY ACCOUNT! 
those who hacked it have sent  mails to all my contacts (over 5000) from various false mail addresses and given various bank account numbers.
this is my one and only e mail address.

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From: dr. reffai <>
Date: 30 April 2013 05:02
Subject: Position of things
To: Sona Barnes <>

Assalamu alaikum

Thank you for your concern, I just had to rush in and mail you about the position of things right now, we were referred to hospital in overseas. My husband is on drip now and the doctor has placed him on temporal med-care till the deposit of 10,000 usd is paid. The doctor said we need to pay with in 48hrs so that the operation can commence. I am happy that you are even online right now, I don’t know your financial status right now but i will appreciate what ever you lend me with and i would have called but since i did not roam my mobile number before i traveled i could not make any call for now but you can ring me with the hospital line +447035927765. Beside i may not be able to mail you frequently, because i need to be by his side. Use this bank account details below to send the money.

Acount Name: Izzathul Mareena Reffai
Account : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Sort code: 010575
Branch : Monton
Address: 354a Hollinwood Avenue,
New Moston, Manchester
M40 0NW United Kingdom

Please after payment try and attach the payment slip you used to send the money for the bank confirmation. I will surely refund the money when i return.


Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 04:56:31 +0530
Subject: Re: Please try and help me

Wa alaikum salaam wa rahmatullah!


Dear Mareena,


I’m indeed flabbergasted to receive this mail from you with such an unbelievable request!


Alhamdulillah, I am well, thank you, and I hope your situation improves. Alas, my wealth is not in material things; I am maasha Allah, alhamdulillah, rich in heart and eeman and I will certainly make dua regarding your situation. Maasha Allah, alhamdulillah, I am earning, but it’s just barely enough to support myself and my family of cats. I haven’t forgotten the sadaqa you gave me when I was jobless and destitute. Shall appeal to Allah, in sha Allah, on that basis.


If you don’t mind, I can ask Raihana and Fatima for a loan on your behalf, since it appears there isn’t enough time to raise a hat collection. How much do you need? Where are you and how am I to forward the cash to you? Please provide all the necessary details.


I trust you have first asked Allah before writing to me – of all the poor people in the world! There is doubt in my heart regarding your singularly peculiar request. I can’t help but wonder if you are just testing me for some strange reason… Yet, from personal experience I know that the tide can change and those who have can become have-nots overnight – just as it happened to me when I embraced Islam. I just sat down and made dua for you. Put your trust in Allah; He WILL open an avenue for you sister. These are not mere words of comfort that I share with you. I KNOW this from certainty and ample experience. Keep your eeman strong no matter what difficulties you face. I feel foolish telling YOU this, but the greatest truths are the simplest.


My very best wishes to you and your husband,




(Hajiani Sara)
On 30 April 2013 04:20, dr.reffai <> wrote:

Assalamu alaikum
How are you doing, I originally didn’t want to tell you any of this (and I still haven’t told anybody, so please keep this as a secret) I just want to let you know about my husband’s surgery operation. we traveled for his operation, he has been having this chronic kidney and heart problem since, The doctor has placed him on a temporal treatment now, as we don’t have the deposit fee requested. We traveled with little cash as we didn’t know things would be this way. I don’t know your financial status right now but i will appreciate whatsoever you can lend me with. Please do mail me so that i can update you about position of things.



මරීනා රෙෆායි කියන්නේ ලංකා ජිහාඩ් කාරයන් කාගේත් සුන්දරී. නොමිලේ වුනත් මේ බැල්ලිව පාවිච්චි කරන්න ජිහාඩිකයන්ට පුළුවන්. අපේ ජිහාඩයට වැඩ වරදින හැම වෙලාවෙම දිය යටින් ගින්දර ගෙනියන්න මේ වේෂි ඉදිරිපත් වෙනව. මේ ඒ විදියට ලංකාව කන්න බලන NGO කාක්කන්ට සිය කකුල් දෙක පලල් කරල, අරින්න ඉඩ ලබා දීල, ලබා ගත්තු ප්‍රකාශෙ අපේ ඉස්ලාම් ෆෝරම් වලට විතරක් එවපු එක තමයි මේ.

කෆීර්ලට ඉතින් මේව දකින්න දෙන්න හොඳ නැහැ. මම මේ දාන්නෙ මගෙ සයිට් එකේ ෆෑන් ලෙබ්බෙලාට පමණයි. අනික් අය බලන්න එපා හොඳේ?

Fwd: NGO-MRG concerned about the attack and relocation of a mosque in Sri Lanka, calls on Sri Lankan government to take immediate action to protect religious freedoms. [1 Attachment]

Friday, 27 April, 2012 12:36 PM
“Dr. Mareena Reffai” <>
[Attachment(s)from Dr. Mareena Reffai included below]

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From: Muslim Council <>
Date: Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 12:16 PM
Subject: MRG concerned about the attack and relocation of a mosque in Sri Lanka, calls on Sri Lankan government to take immediate action to protect religious freedoms.
To:As Received, FYI, concerned about the attack and relocation of a mosque in Sri Lanka, calls on Sri Lankan government to take immediate action to protect religious freedoms.Minority Rights Group International said on Tuesday that it was deeply concerned about the attack on a mosque by Buddhist mobs in Dambulla, in north Central Sri Lanka, and the subsequent decision by the country’s government to relocate the mosque.

On Friday 20 April, 2012, a group of up to 2000 Sinhala Buddhists, including members of the clergy, protested outside and attacked the mosque in Dambulla. The protesters, carrying Buddhist flags, shouted slogans and demonstrated outside the mosque, disrupting traditional Friday afternoon prayers. Despite the police presence the protestors subsequently broke into the premises of the mosque and caused some damage to property, including a cupboard that houses copies of Islamic religious texts such as the Quran, MRG says.

According to MRG, a letter dated 22 April, 2012, from the office of the Prime Minister D.M. Jayaratne, orders the removal of the mosque from this area on the grounds that it is a Buddhist religious area. The letter asks for the mosque to be relocated to another area.

‘The Government of Sri Lanka should be protecting the right to religious freedom of all its people, including Muslims, rather than giving in to mob rule,’ Mark Lattimer, Executive Director of Minority Rights Group International says. The attack on the mosque and proposed relocation of it on the grounds that the area is sacred to the majority Sinhalese Buddhist community is in clear violation of international laws on minority rights and religious freedoms.

According to MRG research, the mosque was built in 1963; Buddhists in the area claim that the mosque was built on temple land, but Muslims say it was build on the location of a shrine of a Muslim religious leader, which has existed for over 100 years.

The letter from the Prime Minister’s office says that the decision was taken in consultation with Muslim political leaders. But Muslim leaders, quoted in the media, denied that they were consulted on the issue. After enquiring with local partners, MRG learnt that neither Muslim religious leaders nor the local community have been consulted. There are reports of attempts to also relocate a Hindu shrine from this same area.

MRG has for some time now warned that minority Tamils, Muslims and Christians are increasingly becoming targets of rising religious intolerance by some Sinhala Buddhist nationalist groups. This incident has not occurred in isolation. The following are a few examples from a list of incidents of recent attacks on places of religious worship highlighted in a statement by a group of concerned Sri Lankan citizens and civil society groups.

·                       In 2011, an Islamic sufi shrine was destroyed by a mob of people, including Buddhist monks, in the north central town of Anuradhapura.


·                       In Trincomalee, in Illangaithurai Muhathuwaram – renamed Lanka Patuna by the Sri Lankan government – a Hindu Shivan shrine was removed and a Buddhist statue was built in its place.


·                       In the southern town of Kalutara, in 2011, a group of people, including Buddhist monks,  attacked the four Square Gospel Church.


·                       In 2012, the Assembly of God church was attacked in Ambalangoda, which is also in southern Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka has recently come under a lot of international criticism for its human rights record and treatment of minorities. As the recent UN Human Rights Council resolution and Sri Lanka’s own Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) report recognise, the country is at a critical stage of reconciliation three years after the end of the armed conflict,’ Lattimer says.

‘ The government of Sri Lanka should take firm action to protect and promote the rights of all communities, not just that of the majority community. This is critical if there is to be proper reconciliation and long-term peace in the country.’

MRG calls on the Government of Sri Lanka to conduct a full, independent and impartial investigation into the attack on the mosque, immediately revoke the order to relocate the mosque, and facilitate discussions with Muslim and Buddhist political and religious leaders aimed at finding an amicable solution that is acceptable to both communities.


Attachment(s) from Dr. Mareena Reffai

ඉහත කාරණා සියල්ල කෆීර්ල ජනාධිපතිට යොමු කරන පෙත්සමක ඇතුලත් කරල තියෙනව නිසා අපේ රෙදි ගැලවෙන වැඩක් මේක කියල හමබයෝ කවද තේරුම් ගනීද දන්නේ නැහැ.

මේ දවස්වල අපේ ඉස්ලාම් කුමණ්ත්‍රණ වෙන්නේ මේ ආකාරයෙන් තමයි.  අපේ  පිටුවෙ තියෙනව අනික් ඒවා