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Special Tribute to - Dr. Syed Sikandar Madad

Dr.Syed Sikandar Madad

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Syed Sikandar Madad, s/o Syed Yawar Madad, on Sunday, July 19th, at the age of 77.

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to an incredible force within our IMI family, Dr Sikandar Madad. A key Stalwart and community leader, Dr Madad was a selfless leader, and a role model to all those who had the honor of working with him. His tremendous services for IMI shall be remembered for a long time to come.

Special Tribute to - Dr. Barkat Jaffery

Dr. Barkat Jaffery

Former IMI Global President & Community Stalwart, who breathed his last at University of Pennsylvania Hospital this morning. In him, IMI has lost a key Stalwart, and, the community a selfless leader and dedicated soldier of Imam e Zamana ATFS. Dr. Jaferi was a selfless soul, a role model, mentor, community leader and an excellent physician whose tremendous services for the New Jersey community and the Global Medical Community shall be remembered for long.

Special Tribute to - Dr. Nusrat Naqvi

Dr. Nusrat Naqvi

Dr. Nusrat Naqvi, IMI's Former Global President (and rst female Global President) and Former Chair of the IMI Women's Wing and Young Leaders' Divisions. In her, IMI has lost a key Stalwart, and, the community a selfless leader and dedicated soldier of Imam e Zamana ATFS. Dr. Naqvi was a gentle soul, a role model, mentor, passionate community leader and an excellent teacher whose tremendous services for our women, young leaders and the Global Community shall be remembered for long.

Mr. Dost Mohammed Rupani

Mr. Dost Mohammed Rupani ibne Mohammad Ali Rupani passed away yesterday at RWJ New Brunswick, NJ. He was 88 years old. He was born on April 3rd 1932 in Dehradun India to Mohammad Ali Rupani and Kulsum bai. Hewas the father of IMI's accountant, Mr. Zahid Rupani. He was a key community stalwart with many services to the community in New Jersey and in Pakistani. Mr spent his life giving back to his community, evident in his associations with major organizations. Mr. Rupani was one of the last individuals who gave ghusl (ablution) to the founder of Pakistan, Quaid e Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah in 1948. He was a founding member of Pakistan Moharram Association of Pakistan. Mr. Rupani had also been an active part of Buturab Scouts, having served as Managing Director and Chief Patron. Mr. Rupani was also a former President of the Karachi Rotary Club.

Mr. Arif Anis Visram

Mr. Arif Anis Visram of the Dar-Al-Zahra team in Iraq passed away recently. He was born in Yemen, and moved to Iraq in 2015. A Zakir of Ahulbayt, and frequent visitor of Karbala al-Muqaddisa, he worked to conduct multiple food ration distributions to the families of orphans. He is survived by his father in Yemen, his family in Iraq, including his wife, 3 daughters and son.

Dr Amatullah Sheikh

Dr. Amtullah Sheikh daughter of Ghulam Abbas Kapadia was a breast surgeon, found brutally murdered last week in her apartment in Bahadurabad, Karachi. She graduated from SMC, Karachi in 1986. After Graduation she qualified FCPS and FRCS. She was practicing as General Surgeon in various hospitals of Karachi. Her special interest was in Breast and Oncologic Surgeries. She was the member of IMI Pakistan's Arbaeen Medical Mission. She visited Karbala during Arbaeen in 2019 and served there at Moakib 594 and also worked in the Haram e Hazrat Abbas Clinic.

Talat Syeda binte Sayyid Muhammad Muthanna

Talat Syeda binte Sayyid Muhammad Muthanna passed away due to COVID-19 in a hospital in Qom, Iran. She was the daughter of respected Sayyid Muhammad Muthanna. She was the dearest wife of Maulana Sayyid Hussain Murtaza Naqvi and the most generous and compassionate mother to her.

Shan-e-Zehra binte Syed Ghulam Syeddain

It is with heaviest condolences that we announce the passing of the mother of Dr. Muntazir Sayed Ali, Shan-e-Zehra binte Syed Ghulam Syeddain last night. After a short but tremendously difficult fight with COVID-19.

Farukh Aftab. Mr. Aftab

Farukh Aftab. Mr. Aftab was the father of Dr. Raana Farukh, the former Coordinator of Sindh Medical College and a volunteer with IMI Hajj and Arbaeen Medical Missions. Brother Aftab was an ardent supporter of IMI, extending his services towards the Scout's duties and also serving as a Master Trainer of IMI's First Aid Training Program. He had been fighting COVID-19.

Syeda Bilquis Sultana Jafry

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Ali Muttaqi Jafry. Syeda Bilquis Sultana Jafry was a Zakira and true lover of Ahlulbayt, based recently in Houston, Texas. The late Mrs. Jafry was the mother of Dr. Raza Abbas Jafry who has served in the first US Board of Directors. We offer Dr. Jafry and his family our sincerest condolences in this difficult time.

Dr. Syed Mujavir Ali Rizvi

Dr. Syed Mujavir Ali Rizvi. Dr. Rizvi's story was a remarkable one, bringing inspiration to all those who had the blessing and good fortune of meeting him. He was a graduate of the Class of 1982 of Sindh Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan. After graduation, he started a successful clinic in an underprivileged area of Karachi with the help of his wife, Dr. Gauhar.

In June of 1994, Dr. Rizvi was the victim of a violent sectarian attack while working with his patients in his clinic. He was shot four times, damaging both arms, thigh, lungs and spinal cord, paralyzing him. On hearing news of the attack, the community was galvanized over the love of their Doctor and over 2000 people gathered outside the emergency wing of JPMC, willing to donate blood and praying for the recovery of their beloved Doctor. Dr. Rizvi had required 20 blood bags, and upwards of 100 were donated immediately. When the hospital reached capacity, the group relocated to Hussaini Blood Bank, where an additional 40 to 45 bags of blood were donated.

The father of young children, Dr. Rizvi continued to serve his community in a second clinic in Model Colony, Karachi tirelessly until January of 2002 when he was the victim of a second assassination attempt. Dr. Rizvi and his young family remained ever-patriotic and optimistic, and Dr. Rizvi continued to treat patients and serve his community.

Earlier this year, IMI produced a video about his story. Click below to view his story in his own words and witness his service to humanity.

Sayid Raza Hyder Rizvi

Father of our very own Dr. Hasan Mehdi, key IMI member and paediatrician from Houston, Texas May Allah bless his soul and grant patience to Dr. Hasan Mehdi and his family. The entire IMI family joins together in conveying their profound condolences at the loss of this key community stalwart and leader.

Dr. Ali Tajdar Haider

Dr. Ali Tajdar Haider, a contemporary of IMI Global President Dr. Shabih Zaidi, and Dr. Professor Adib Rizvi, Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation, breathed his last on Sunday, September 25, 2016, in Maryland at the age of 80.Dr. Tajdar Haider, a distinguished general and pediatric surgeon, received his MBBS from Dow Medical College in Karachi and his FRCS from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. Over the course of his long and illustrious career, Dr. Haider practiced in Pakistan and the United Kingdom prior to settling in the United States. Early in his career, he also served in the Pakistan Merchant Navy and as a major in the Pakistan Army. Dr. Haider was committed to serving those in need, as exemplified in his providing free surgeries for the poor in Karachi twice a month. His professional accomplishments as well as spirit of quiet charity will be remembered with pride and fondness.

Marhoom was the husband of Dr. Saboora Haider (former IMI HQ staff) as well as the brother-in-law of Wirasat Rizvi, NJ, Wizarat Rizvi, NJ, Syed Irshad Raza, WV/NJ, and Late Mr. Akbar Nawab, Pakistan. He was the father of Mohamed Ali Haider, MA, and Dr. Shan-e-Ali Haider (MD) and the grandfather of Urooj, Mehdi, Maryam, Ali and Kazim Haider.

Marhoom Mazhar Baig

Nasheed Anwer’s father Marhoom Mazhar Baig, passed away in St. Louis in December.

Fatima Ali binte Sikander Ali Khan

Passed away in November. She was the mother of Lubna Hasnain Shamsi, and Mother in Law of Dr. Syed Nayyar Shamsi.

Abbas Mohammad Ali Alidina

Grandfather of Dr. Tabassum Zehra Saeed and khalu of Dr. Asghar Moledina passed away in November.

Mohsin Ali ibne Abdullah Ali

Tasneem Iftekhar Bader’s loving father Mohsin Ali ibne Abdullah Ali passed away in Bhopal in November.

Kulsum Sarfaraz Hydary binte Sarfaraz Ali Mirza

Sister of Dr. Masud Mirza of LI, and mother of Meraj Hydary, Shariqa Hydary Asghar, Masooma Hydary-Kalyan passed away in September.

Azam Ali Mirza

Son of Mirza Sarfaraz Ali and father of Mirza Abbas Ali & Mirza Akber Ali passed away in August.

Dr. Mubarak Naqvis Mother

IMI's key global stalwart Dr. Mubarak Naqvi, Esteemed Member Global Board of Regents from India lost his mother in August.

Syed Zahid Ali Kazmi

S/O Syed Abbas Ali Kazmi passed away in Pakistan in July. He was the father of Dr. Rais Haider, a key member of IMI Karachi.

Ali Zaidi’s aunt

Get well clinic Hyderabad’s Ali Zaidi’s aunt passed away May.

Dr. Dilber Hussain

Dr. Dilber Hussain of Windermere, Orlando passed away in March. He was the brother of sister Dr. Adiba Shamsi (and brother in law of late Dr. Haider Hussain Shamsi).

Mohammad A. Haider

Mohammed lived a short but inspirational life and one that we can all learn from. At only 5 years old, Mo was diagnosed with Duchene Muscular Dystrophy, a degenerative neuromuscular disease with no cure. He did not let his physical limitations define him or prevent him from achieving his goals. Mo graduated at the top of his class in high school, earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and his Master’s degree from Villanova knowledge. Mohammed loved to travel and was fortunate enough to have been able to travel the world. During his adult years, it was of utmost of importance to Mohammad to live as normal and independent of a life as possible. Mohammed’s dedicated parents worked diligently day in and day out to ensure his life was the best it could be for him. For the last few years, Mohammad had been living independently in his own apartment in Philadelphia pursuing his own independent research projects.

Though it pains us to know he is gone, we hope that others can look at the struggle Mohammed faced in his life and use it as an inspiration to appreciate each day and motivation to pursue their dreams.

Dr. Sadiq Naqvi

Dr. Sadiq Naqvi, father of Ms. Sakina Naqvi, IMI Young Leaders’ Coordinator, passed away in Chicago. Dr. Naqvi was a zakir, a teacher, an author, a poet and a historian. He authored 14 books on medieval history including history of Shias and azadari in Hyderabad Deccan. He was a retired history professor of Osmania University. He was a research guide for students from US and Europe who came to Hyderabad to research and write about Ahlul Bait. He passed away peacefully surrounded by his children and grandchildren on the 25th of Ramazan.

Mr. Ashraf Panjvani

Respected Mr. Ashraf Panjvani passed away in New Rochelle, NY. He was among the pioneers of the Shia community in the US. He was the founding member of Anjuman Wazifa Sadaat O Momineen, and an integral member of Astana e Zahra, MFI and Mehfil e Khorasan. He was genuinely concerned about the well -being of the community and was the driving force behind many projects benefiting the community in North America. He was the grandfather of Mr. Hassan Gokal of IMI Houston.

Mrs. Tahera Jagani

Beloved wife of Dr. Shabbir Jagani of IMI UK, who passed away in London after a prolonged illness.

Mr. Abdul Yimma Taher al-Aboudi

Father of Dr. Abbas al- Aboudy and grandfather of Mrs. Furqan Taher, wife of our very own Yasser Madani, former member of IMI UK Board of Directors, passed away in Kufa.

Asad Abbas Merchant & Ammar Raza Merchant

Our condolence to Mrs. Erum Ladak wife of Faisal Ladak, who lost two of her nephews within 10 days of each other. Asad Abbas Merchant (27) and Ammar Raza Merchant (26) were the sons of Aun Ali Merchant and Anees Fatima Merchant of Karachi.

Mrs. Saleha Jafri

Dr. Abrar Zaidi, a longtime member and supporter of IMI from Connecticut lost his beloved mother Mrs. Saleha Jafri in September. She was laid to rest at Wadi- us-Salaam in NJ.

Syed Muhib ul Hassnain Kazmi

Respected Syed Muhib ul Hassnain Kazmi breathed his last in UK. He was the beloved brother of Mrs Tabinda Shah and brother in law of Mr. Dilshad Shah who are IMI’s ardent supporters and well-wishers from Plainsboro, NJ

Mr. Syed Manzoor Hasan Naqvi

Father of our very own Dr. Kamal Naqvi of Dallas, a former member of IMI US Board of Directors, passed away.

Mrs. Syeda Hajra Khatoon

Loving mother of Dr. Syed Hasan Mehdi, former member IMI US Board of Directors, Houston passed away.

Mr. Irshad Rizvi

Father in law of our very own Mr. Nadeem Husain, departed for heaven. He was an ardent supporter of IMI and was a regular contributor to the IMI Arbaeen Mission.

Khurram Razavi

Dear Khurram Razavi sahib passed away in Washington DC, he was a great supporter of IMI.

Shaukat Hussain Naqvi

Uncle of Mrs. Afshan Ahsan, our star volunteer for IMI fundraiser at Princeton, NJ, and Mr. Shoja Ahsan of Mt. Laurel, NJ passed away in India.

Begum Akhlaq Hussain

Mother of Ms. Anjum Zaidi passed away in Pakistan.

Syed Sibte Tahir Naqvi

Loving father of our own Dr. Arif Naqvi of IMI Pakistan, passed away in Karachi. His barsi was on 15 Oct 2017 in Karachi.

Khwaja Zawwar Hussain

Loving father of Dr. Hussain Khawaja of Albany and Mr. Abbas Khwaja and father in law of Mrs. Nuzhat Abbas, coordinators of IMI’s 2nd International Conference in NJ, breathed his last in Albany, NY after a prolonged illness.

Aziz Naqvi

Father in law of Dr. Mohsin Intikhab, an anesthesiologist in Albany, passed away in Connecticut.

Syed Altaf Hussain Naqvi

Ex- PIA and loving father of Dr. Nazia Rizvi and father in law of Mr. Waheeb Rizvi passed away in Pakistan.

Hassan Wazir Jaffry

Loving husband of Yasmin Zehra and brother in law of our IMI Pharmacy wing coordinator Mr. Tausif Rizvi, passed away in Long Island, NY.

Dr. Syed Waqar Ali

Dr.Syed Waqar Ali of Dublin, Ireland, who tragically passed away after three months long battle with Covid-19. He had been caring for patients in Dublin’s Mater Misericordiae University Hospital when he himself fell ill with virus.

Rahat Fatima binte Syed Mukhtar Hussain

Dr. Madad Ali who has served on the Board Regents twice, and has been a key supporter of IMI since its early days. His sister passed away in India, may Allah bless her soul and bring peace to his family in difficult time.

Syed Akhlaq Hussain Rizvi ibne Syed Tajdar Hussain Rizvi

Maternal uncle of IMI’s EU Director Dr. Fatima Jafri who sadly passed away in Lucknow.

Maulana Syed Muntazir Abbas Naqvi

Professor Syed Muntazir Abbas Naqvi was a renowned Islamic scholar and empowering and influential individual with over 40 years of servitude towards the Ahlulbayt (A.S). He was a professor whose teaching has inspired thousands of brilliant mind across the globe. His knowledge has also contained a strong command in the vast and diverse field of history and he was the author of several recognized books.

Ali ibne Ghulam Hussain Liaghat

Hajieih Kahnum Zahra Liaghat’s Nephew.

Mir Janana

Mother of DR. Hedayat Hussain , Germany.

Syeda Khursheed Bano

Syeda Khursheed Bano passed away on August 15th, 2020 (24th Zulhijja, 1441 Hijra) surrounded by her family, in Maryland, at the ripe old age of 85. She was born in Faizabad, UP, India. She became a maternal figure to many in the various places she lived. She was a true follower of Ahulul Bayt (A.S), always putting the need of others before her own.

The IMI family remembers many unforgettable memories shared in her company, travelling together to conferences, and her advices, counsel, sports, duas and mazedar baatein in the days gone by. A recipient of IMI Lifetime Achievement Award, she had a long affiliation with IMI and contributed through multiple avenues, from helping with IMI mail from very early days of organization, to attending various IMI meetings in US and abroad. She was also instrumental in introducing several stalwarts to IMI, including former IMI Global President Dr. Nusrat Naqvi.

A magnetic personality, Ms. Bano immediately become the central beacon of light for the community wherever she went through her wisdom and love of others. Further, she shared in people’s pain and dedicated her life to helping other through their hardships. Ms. Bano’s loss will be felt deeply by all who’s she has touched, and she leaves behind a large group of inspired friends and family will embody her principles and will continue on her efforts. She was the mother of Dr. Sarfaraz Hasni, a Fouundational Member of IMI HQ Coordinator, Aftab Ahmed and mother in law of Dr. Farhat Ahmed, IMI Canada Director.

Syed Shakir Hussain Jafri ibne Syed Baqir Hussain Jafri, Syeda Shahida Batool Jafri binte Syed Murawat Hussai Jafri, Syed Ahsan Raza Jafri ibne Syed Shakir Hussain Jafri, Syed Murtaza Hussain Jafri ibne Syed Nasir Hussain Jafri

Four beloved family members of IMI’s longtime supporter, Dr. Fawad A Shirazi of Virginia, passed away in a road accident.

Dr. Muhammad Wahid Rashid Farokhi

He passed away in Tehran, Iran. He was a consultant endocrinologist in Tehran. He was also a member of IMI, joining the Arbaeen Medical Mission for many years, as well as many other charity organizations.

Dr. Osama Riaz

A 26 year old doctor who was screening patients in Gilgit Baltistan, put his patients and the security of the larger community rst despite the risks involved.

Syed-Mohsin Naquvi ibn Zaheer Hasan Naquvi

Syed-Mohsin Naquvi ibn Zaheer Hasan Naquvi—servant of the Ahlul Bayt (as), devoted husband, loving father of 4, jubilant grandfather of 4, just two days after the 46th death anniversary of his prolic mother Mohsena Begum.

Mr. Syed Raza Ahmed Zaidi

Marhoom was the father of IMI Corona Virus Task Force members Dr Arif Zaidi and Dr Irfan Zaidi and father in law of IMI women’s wing coordinator Sana Raza and Saba Zaidi. Mr. Zaidi was a great well wisher and supporter of IMI.

Sharaf Sultana

Daughter of Aga Zia and Dr. Masood Syed's mother passed away due to COVID-19 in New York.

Sister Ayam

Daughter of Kamel Ajel Alqusais, the mother of Huda Jaffer and mother-in-law of Shaykh Faiyaz Jaffer, passed away on March 31, 2020, from COVID-19.

Marhoom Syed Abbas Hussain Rizvi

Son of Syed Mujtaba Hussain Rizvi was laid to rest in Texas.

Syed Manzoor Hussain Jaffery

Son of Syed Nazeer Hussain Jaffery and the father of Zareen Jaffery, a mentor for IMI Young Leaders, passed away on March 30, 2020.

Syed Abbas Hussain

Who worked with IMI UK to help arrange many visas to Iraq for IMI delegates passed away due to COVID-19.

Syeda Rubina Khawar

Passed away due to COVID-19 on March 25th, 2020. She was the sister of our colleague and IMI supporter, Dr. Rehana Sajjad (NY) and the wife of Dr. Khawar.

Saeed Jafri

Son of Hussain Ahmed Jafri in Fort Lauderable. Mahroom was the Brother in Law to Syed Irfan Zaidi. He was the beloved uncle to IMI’s UN Ambassador Dr. Farhan Zaidi. Mr. Saeed Jafri had actively participated in IMI events over many years. A true pillar of our community and great loss.

Marhooma Amatuz Zehra (Zeenat) Rizvi

Wife of the late Mr. Wajahat Rizvi and mother of IMI Founder, Dr. Wajih Rizvi, passed away earlier today after over a week of hospitalization.

With a bachelors in Psychology, an unassuming demeanor and quiet smile, Marhooma was the graceful strength of the Rizvi family and raised 4 strong children that embody her commitment to helping people in the choices they have made including the founding of community institutions like Imamia Medics International and dedicated support of Anjuman Wazifa Sadaat-oMomineen USA. Marhooma was the dedicated wife of the late Mr. Wajahat Rizvi, and daughter of Ali Hussein Naqvi (known within honored literary circles as Salik) and Kaneez Sakina. One of nine siblings (Dr. Mohtashum Naqvi, Dr. Itrat uz Zehra (Talat), Ali Mohtarum Naqvi, Hasan Zulkaram Naqvi, Hussain Zihasham Naqvi, Sajjad Himam Naqvi, Dr. Baqir Shyum Naqvi, and Sarwat uz Zehra), Marhooma carried with her the importance of family, humility and integrity throughout her life, passing on these integral values to generations. She was a proud mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother survived by her children and family: Dr. Wajih & Uzma Rizvi, Dr. Wasi & Laila Rizvi, Waheeb & Nazia Rizvi, Nuzhat & Razi Nawab, Faiha & Reza, Zainab, Batool, Faryal, Sidra, Kumail, Zoha, Fizza, Benish, Hasan, Zain, and three great grandkids.

S. Fayyaz Ali Naqvi

Father of Ms. Mehwish Zehra, part of IMI's JT Telemedicine team, on March 12, 2019.

Syed Shabbir Hussain

Son of Syed Ali and the uncle of Mrs. Afshan Ahsan, IMI HQ's former Administrative Officer.

Syeda Riffat Rizvi (Romana)

Daughter of Syed Nisar Abbas Rizvi passed away on March 2, 2019 in Miami Florida. Marhooma was the wife of IJA President Br. Jamil Rizvi and mother of Wafa, Nida, and Mehdi Abbas of Miami.

Marhoma Sartaj Begum

Wife of Marhoom Dr. Mir Mazhar Ali, and Daughter of Marhoom Agha Mohammad Hussain Shirazi on 21st February 2019 in Michigan, USA. Marhoma was also the mother of Dr. Marzia Sajjad (Pakistan) and Dr. Mir Asghar (USA).

Elabi Ali

Father of Dr. Adnan Ali, IMI Board of Regents. Marhoom was buried in Najaf on February 4, 2019.

Professor Dr. Yunus H Soomro

Professor Yunus passed away due to Covid-19 related complications. He was a renowned surgeon, having retired as professor and Head of the Department of Orthopaedics from Dow Medical College after 23 years of service.

Dr. Soomro has received both national amd international Awards for his contributions to the field of medicine. The most notable is the President award of Tamgha e Imtiaz, which he received twice.

During his career, Dr. Soomro had been published in several national and international journals and had organized numerous workshops all over Pakistan to train young doctors especially in the Russian technology of Llizarow of Surgery. iIn 2013, Dr. Soomro was induced as Federal Minister of Housing , Works and CAD in the interim Government of Prime Minister Hazar Khan Khoso. Dr. Yunus will be missed sorely by the entire Pakistan Medical society.

Dr. Habib Hiader Zaidi

Born in 1943, Dr. Habib, an IMI UK Member, graduated from Dow Medical College, Karachi. He moved to England in 1959 and practiced in Southend, Essex. A highly professional and skilled GP, Dr. Habib enjoyed immense respect among his collogues, patients and friends.

He tragically caught Covid-19 from a patient and passed away on 25th March. According to his Daughter Dr. Sarah Zaidi, “He sacrificed his life for his profession.”

Dr. Imtiaz Sheikh

Dr. Imtiaz Sheikh was a leader in his vision and dedicated worker for our community at large. Marhoom passed away and was laid to rest in Bahisht-e-Zehra on Monday, January 28, 2019.

Marhoom was a founding member and trustee of Imam-a-Zamana Foundation of North America. He would help anyone in need and visit the sick as soon as he found out they were ill. Anyone who met him was touched by his kindness and jolly temperament. His humility was evident on how often he referred to himself as “just a nobody” or “aap ka noker” even as he worked tirelessly to make sure that the community flourished supporting numerous organizations, soup kitchens, masjids, and community institutions. Marhoom was a founding member and trustee of Imam-a-Zamana Foundation of North America. He would help anyone in need and visit the sick as soon as he found out they were ill. Anyone who met him was touched by his kindness and jolly temperament. His humility was evident on how often he referred to himself as “just a nobody” or “aap ka noker” even as he worked tirelessly to make sure that the community flourished supporting numerous organizations, soup kitchens, masjids, and community institutions.

Marhoom was the dedicated husband of Nargis Sheikh, and proud family man dedicated to his children and family: Salman & Rubab Sheikh, Kauzem & Sarah Sheikh, Aumena & Asad Zafar, Aelya & Ihsan Raheem and Hassan & Nabila Sheikh.

Marhoom Asghar bhai Naqvi

Marhoom Asghar Naqvi was member and great supporter of Jaffari Community Centre Toronto and Father of Dr Arif Azhra and Asif Naqvi.

Ali Raza Abidi

A voice for the community and justice in Karachi, Ali Raza Abidi, the son-in-law and nephew of IMI's former Global President, Dr. Sarwat Hussain, was brutally killed in Karachi in late December 2018.

Mona' Dur-e-Fatima Binte Kazim Haider

Wife of Colonel Haider Raza Khan and mother of Dr. Safdar Haider (IMI's 10th Annual Arbaeen Medical Mission Dental Team Lead Najaf) passed away in Karachi late December 2018.

Mazhar Baig

The father of IMI St Louis Chapter's Nasheed Anwer, passed away in St. Louis in December 2018.

Mahrum Mehboob Ali son of Ramzan Ali Lakhani

Syed Nawab Hassan

Mr. Aziz Akhtar

Dr. Zafar Jafri s wife

Beloved mother of Maulana Agha Mehdi Ali

Rabia Bokhari (Dr Bokhari’s mother in law)

May Allah grant His choicest blessings to the departed souls through the waseela of the Ahlul Bayt (as) and grant patience to the families of the departed.

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