Sheikh Ali Jaber had utmost take care of disabled people: guv

Surabaya, E Java – East Java Guv Khofifah Indar Parawansa extended deep condolences over the death of Sheikh Ali Jaber, verifying that Indonesia’s charming Saudi-born ulema cared deeply for handicapped individuals through efforts facilitating their digital access to Quran.

” On behalf of the people of East Java and my household, I express my wholehearted acknowledgements on the passing away of Sheikh Ali Jaber,” Parawansa noted in a statement that ANTARA received in Surabaya, the capital of East Java Province, on Thursday.

Syekh Ali Jaber Foundation Chairman Habib Abdurrahman Alhabsyi officially revealed the diing of Sheikh Ali Jaber at Jakarta’s Yarsi Medical facility on Thursday at 8: 30 a.m. regional time on the foundation’s main Instagram account.

” Let us pray for him. May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala grant him the greatest rank; forgive his faults and mistakes; make his serious large; and bless his family members with perseverance, perseverance, and sincerity,” Parawansa highlighted.

Governor Parawansa, simultaneously leading leader of Muslimat NU, the women’s wing of Nahdlatul Ulama, recalled Sheikh Ali Jaber as being a charismatic and generous figure, who was highly looking after people with impairments.

” When I was still the social affairs minister, late Sheikh Ali Jaber had likewise come to Salemba (the ministry) to go over matters pertaining to disabled people, especially the one on their access to digital Quran (Muslims’ holy book),” she remembered.

To this end, Sheikh Ali Jaber had tirelessly advised Muslim communities to contribute a little part of their wealth for preparing the digital Quran for handicapped individuals, especially for those having gone blind due to vision loss.

Before being confessed to the medical facility owing to signs of the unique coronavirus illness (COVID-19), Sheikh Ali Jaber had made a big salami in East Java for a worthy objective to inform and empower Muslims in the province, she specified.

Syekh Ali Jaber Foundation Chairman Alhabsyi had actually announced earlier on the structure’s official Instagram account that Sheikh Ali Jaber had checked unfavorable for COVID-19 prior to his death.

He was hospitalized given that December 29, 2020.

” We sincerely pray to let him return to his Rabb (Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala),” he specified while urging Muslim neighborhoods to pray for him and forgive any faults he may have made.

Ali Jaber’s demise was widely reported by numerous news media outlets of Indonesia.

Born in Medina, Saudi Arabia, on Feb 3, 1976, Sheikh Ali Jaber, whose full name is Ali Saleh Mohammed Ali Jaber, had actually been widely known as a Muslim preacher and ulema.

Ali Jaber held an Indonesian citizenship. He was popular among Indonesian Muslims as a juror of Quran memorization contests on the nation’s TV stations.

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