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  1. Yousef Salem

    1. In the text at the top of the page the word “Muslim is spelled “muslim” several times. Please change to upper case “M”. This is disrespectful to all faiths, not only Muslims.

    2. I did not find a telephone number on your website. I need to know the price for your gurney and in which town you are located so I can pick it up to save what may be a high shipping cost. I need this information immediately.

    3. If you need more information about Islamic preparation of the diseased for burial I can give you the telephone number of the person at our mosque in Santa Clara that directs that function. The gurney that we wish to purchase is for that mosque. We have our own facility.

    Best regards,

    Yousef Salem


  2. Mortuary Transport Expert Post author

    Normally, I wouldn’t respond to any comments directly on my site, but I find this to be an exception.

    First of all, I have no problem with the concept of spelling words properly, using proper punctuation and using good english grammer. I’ve updated the post with the uppercase M for the word muslim, as it is proper spelling and grammer. I did not spell check the post when I first wrote it, so I have no problem correcting it.

    On the other hand, your statement that it is disrespectful to all faiths is so full of hooey, that you have no business even replying to this site. You don’t have to look at it if you find improper or poor grammer disrespectful. You can find the word christian and jew and buddhist with lower case all over the place, and you don’t have people whining about it being disrespectful to all faiths.

    I do not express myself as an expert on any religious faiths, in fact the post begins with ‘my experience’. If you had any idea about other faiths, you wouldn’t be making such a big deal about your own. Here in America, we’re allowed to have mistaken thinking and opinions about religion, politics and money, even if they’re considered taboo to discuss in polite company.

    I’ve had nothing but positive experiences with the Muslim community, but I’ve never had anyone come across as uninformed about American society and the internet community as your comment displays. You have absolutely no idea what respect of other faiths is, though you shroud your comment as such.

    Next, I do not stock gurneys, they are drop shipped from the manufacturer. You will have to find another source for your gurney, since I reserve the right to refuse service to anyone I wish. You most certainly may not have my phone number, as I do not want you to call me.

    Lastly, I am not interested in more information about Islamic preparation, but if anyone else is, I will leave your comment on my site for others to follow up on.

    The problem I have with those of you who ‘defend’ elements of the Muslim ideology is that you consider yourself so unequal to the rest of the world, that you can say or do as you please as long as it fits your idea of what is right, but you don’t have to allow any other dissenting opinion about your ideas without playing the victim or the bully. Please remove my site from your history, bookmarks and cognition.

  3. C.D

    I am an American woman with an important question. I work at an IHOP, where our very much loved manager recently passed away from a heart attack. This was such a shock to us all, and is still hard to believe. Any one who goes to IHOP knows they never close, however the owner , who was good friends with the mangaer, choose to close the IHOP that late morning of the funeral ,so that the employees could attend the funeral. Now, this is my question:Why would the muslim owners agree to close IHOP so that all the employees could go, and then give all the non Muslim employees and friends of the deseased , the WRONG TIMES AND DIRECTIONS?????
    That is the most wicked things I have ever expierenced before. Evryone missed a days work,and got all dressed up to go to this mans funeral, whom we truly loved, and was given the wrong everything, because ” they” didnt wnat us there. Simply , because were not muslims. I cant unnderstand why anyone would do such a thing. Not to mention, this was totally premeditated, all the muslim employess had the correct address. By the time we finally found the place , the funeral was over, and we were unable to pay our last respects for a man we all loved very,very much. I was just hoping you could explain how these people think,sine they make it clear that they are worlds differant, and why they could be soooo hateful, to people who loved him so much.

  4. Mortuary Transport Expert Post author

    I’m sorry, I cannot venture to answer why they gave wrong directions, time, etc. You may want to ask. From a historical perspective of the beliefs of Muslims, I do know they are advised (maybe too soft a word) to lie to those who don’t believe the way they do, which would be all non-Muslims. They see it as moral to lie in that case, so they probably see nothing wrong with what they did. It does show again how unwilling they are to assimilate into our culture. They don’t see social interactions as a two way street, as your experience appears to show. I’m sorry you were treated that way, but they are the way they are.

  5. C.D

    Thank you for your reply, and for answering me honestly. There were about 30 or so people that were lied to about the proper time and place.

  6. George

    I wanted to add something to this discussion. Please be mindful of grouping all Muslims (or any other “demographic”) together based on the actions of a few. I cannot speak as to why your employer didn’t give you the correct funeral information. But once you start using phrases like “these people” and “why they could be soooo hateful”, you are making broad assumptions about a billion people. I would recommend speaking to your employer to gain an understanding of why he did what he did, but without being accusatory and belligerent.

    I have friends and acquaintances of many different cultures and religions, and I sometimes have a tough time understanding why they do what they do… but at the same time, I try to keep an open mind, and never assume hostile or negative intent without cause.

    I’m glad to live in a country where we are free to have these exchanges. Oh, and if you ever do have this conversation with your employer, I’d love to hear his response. Thanks.

  7. JS

    “The problem I have with those of you who ‘defend’ elements of the Muslim ideology is that you consider yourself so unequal to the rest of the world, that you can say or do as you please as long as it fits your idea of what is right, but you don’t have to allow any other dissenting opinion about your ideas without playing the victim or the bully”

    Wow, I can not believe that you publish such words, especailly after. Okay I better not go on. But like in the previous comment please do not group everyone together when you come accross one bad apple.

    I am also curious to hear your employer’s response. This seems to really strange.

  8. JKE

    Your employer should have been direct and just said that the funeral was a private religious ceremony. There are many individuals who are not used to the religious pluralism that exists in the U.S. But to be fair, I also know Christians who would not be comfortable with a Muslim entering their place of worship and participating in rituals with which they are not familiar.

  9. B. Trotter

    I am first sorry about your loss and want to say may God reward your loss. As a muslim I would have invited people of all faiths to give condolinces to the loss of a friend. It shocks me on the comments about Islamic ideology. If a muslim makes a mistake or does something wrong it is not Islam(the path) but the muslim(the individual). We are not perfect as well as anyone of any other faith. But I shouldn’t be suprised as a blackman in america the same thing happens to my race.

  10. M.Akhtar

    I read this while looking for something completely different in regards to Islamic funerals. However, I regard it as a good open minded post. Just to reitterate in regards to the post of Yousef Salem February 12th, 2009 at 10:33 am, there are always some people, in any variety of faiths that are high strung and strongly believe everything to the letter. Nothing wrong with this, however, it is pertinent to remember that when replying to such people, we need to use a clear and calm head, as not all Muslims are of the same nature.

    As you can appreciate, I see from the original post that you have encountered a diverse type of muslims, and in the most, people who are “normal”, yes? just with a different belief! this proves that the one or two idiots who reply should not be taken into the context of the majority. But i blame media in our societies for this.

    Anyway, in response to the work post, I am appalled by what i have read on this matter. As a muslim, i know that many do not like non-muslims attending the funeral, however there are guidlines set out for non-muslims to attend a muslim funeral and burial. if these are followed there isnt any problem, as it ensure that the religiuous purity of the ceremony is not diluted by others (not that anyone would try to do this deliberately, but you understand what i mean)

    just a general comment i thought i would put out there in this subject matter since it took me in.

  11. C. Abdalla

    Salaams (Peace)

    Two things…
    1. Why the owner would purposely mislead his employees and inconvenience them is a real shocker. But people are people everywhere and are often unthinking as to how things play out. I have been to many funerals and often there are non Muslims who have come to pay their respects and they ARE VERY MUCH WELCOME AND APPRECIATED.

    Many times we don’t see the non Muslim friends of the deceased I think because the funeral comes so quickly by non Muslim standards that most people are not prepared to attend the next day or even know where to go or what to do. By the time people outside the community find out about the death often they have already been buried.

    2. I take particular insult to Mr. Mortuary Transport Export stating: “From a historical perspective of the beliefs of Muslims, I do know they are advised (maybe too soft a word) to lie to those who don’t believe the way they do, which would be all non-Muslims. They see it as moral to lie in that case, so they probably see nothing wrong with what they did. It does show again how unwilling they are to assimilate into our culture. ”

    That is actually C R A P . You are NOT an expert on Islam or Islamic Jurisprudence. Lying is BIG SIN (HARAM) in Islam except and ONLY in the instance where your life may be in danger. The truth is that people lie, a lot of people ar shortsighted idiots and people do the stupid and wrong thing with the best misguided intentions are it’s a sin in all faiths.

    We don’t make generalizations about Christians or Christianity because our boss or friend or president lies to us.

  12. Daniel

    AMEN! Transport Guy! I read the koran several years ago to find the peace and love they say with their mouth and there is none there. The closest thing I could find was that they are to love “infidels” which is anyone who does not believe in allah until they outnumber us and then they are to take our heads! America is selling itself down the road ALL the middle eastern countries have traveled. Why arent they free over there today. Those who opposed lost their heads once they were out numbered! If you are Muslim! And you believe the Koran! you cant be anything but Radical! Thats all their book teaches! Read the book!

  13. T.H

    Hi, I am a college student doing a report on Muslim Funeral’s. I was wondering if anyone of this religion would have time to break down the steps for me in as much detail as possible. I live in a small town and in the past 3 years I have noticed many Muslim families moving into my community. Living in Ontario with our legislation for funeral homes and cemeteries I was wondering how things will be handled.
    For example it is law that you are buried in a container you can not be with out one.
    If anyone could help me out it would be greatly appreciated!

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