Dr. Jemilah Mahmood

You should see what they are doing before you can understand people`s situation. We should have sympathy and empathize with them. She is a mother… A wife… A doctor curing people in the hospital… A goodwill ambassador running to help out the people in disaster struck areas Dr. Jemilah Mahmood…...

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Osman Gerem

Mine is some kind of love, deep love. It is not like the love of Laila and Majnun, neither like Asli and Kerem’s, nor it is like Shereen and Farhad. This love is driven by the desire to be a drop in the ocean of kindness. Once you have caressed...

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Dr. Mads Gilbert

World does not know the things we know. We can’t let the things run as they do now. This, THIS cannot continue. Can nobody stop this?” We as scientists and doctors cannot remain silent against the horrors that the humanity is facing. Mads Gilbert is a Norwegian doctor. He stood...

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Dr. Suzan Carland

“Repel [evil] by that [deed] which is better” (Quran 41:34) She had tried blocking, muting, ignoring or engaging them. But none of them felt like she was embodying the Quranic injunction of driving off darkness with light. After putting in some thought she finally came up with an idea to...

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After Leyla

Everyday we witness child patients` struggle to survive. They live through pains greater than their small bodies so much so that their suffering cannot be stopped even with heavy painkillers like morphine. What we do is trying to make their time in the hospital a little prettier. Leyla was only...

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İsmail Ertem

When they started firing the first thing that came to my mind was brother Suleiman`s children. Straight off I threw myself upon him to shield him from bullets. If the same thing happened right now I would do the same. Sometimes kindness means sharing; sometimes it means helping others; sometimes...

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