AC Medical Issues Imam urges Muslims to sign organ donor cards

AC Medical Issues Imam urges Muslims to sign organ donor cards

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Imam urges Muslims to sign organ donor cards September 17, 2009   Stuart Laidlaw  Faith and Ethics Reporter  www.thestar.com  With Ramadan ending in the coming days, Imam Habeeb Alli is making a special point of what he calls the greatest  act of charity a Muslim can make during this holy month – signing an organ donor card. "We cannot ignore this duty to donate our organs," says Alli, secretary of the Canadian Council of Imams. Throughout the year, at various Toronto-area mosques where he is asked to speak, Alli has talked about organ  donation from a Muslim perspective, and implored those gathered to consider leaving some of their organs, or other  tissue, once they die. "This is one of the greatest charities we can do," he says, adding that Ramadan, which ends Monday, emphasizes  charitable giving. More than 1,700 people across Ontario are waiting for organs such as kidneys or livers and thousands more are 
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