Assalam alaykumwa rahmato Allah
This is the report of supporting the refugees from Fukushima prefecture Futaba town in Thursday 27 December.
Thursday 27 December 2012, from 11:30～
Saitama Prefecture, Kazo City, former Kisai high school
Toilet paper 150 packages,
Mineral water 150 boxes (2L x 6 bottles),
●Emergency rice feeding Menu：
Chicken curry and rice / Vegetable juice /
Mandarin orange 3 box（180pieces）/
homemade dried Persimmon（120 pieces）
※We received the Mandarin orange and dried Persimmon
from Hiroshima Kaneko Farm.
After the disaster of The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (there are reactor No.5 and No.6 in their town), around 160 persons from Futaba city in Fukushima Prefecture take refuge in closed Kisai high school in Saitama Prefecture.
It’s about one year and 9 months until now, they are still living in the school in difficult condition.
Taking in consideration the insufficiency of vegetable in daily life of the Futaba town victims, we made a special Otsuka masjid chicken curry with a lot of potato and carrot.
We went to the Kasai school with Mr.Aquile and Sheikh Niametullah who just leaved the hospital. In total we were 9 persons.
One day before, a special Curry was made by our brother Mustapha and the others, and cooked rice was prepared by Mr & Mrs Ikemoto in early morning. We thank them a lot.
We took group photo with Sheikh Niametullah who accompanied us, and leave around AM8:40.
Weather was great, and without any delay we arrived before AM11:00.
After preparation, we started the Feeding around AM11:30.
10min after the start, we already serve the half of prepared curry with great success!!!
Because of the number of the people who came at one time, we served the rice and curry with full rotation by 2 persons at one.
The big size of vegetable had a good reputation, and for some woman it was “a nostalgic taste”.
Sheikh Niametulla was doing his best and distributed his personal Islamic card, and some of Futaba people thought that the card was a ticket for receiving the meal!! ^v^
After eating the homemade dry Kaki from Hiroshima Kaneko Farm, lot of people were so glad and start to remember their hometown with nostalgic emotion.
We thank a lot Hiroshima Kaneko Farm.
Al hamdo li Allah, we finished the Emergency rice feeding with success, and return back to Otsuka Masjid around PM2:40.
It was just a few hours, but we were glad to meet and talk with Futaba city’s people.
Mr.Aquile said that he would like to make another visit during January. Inshaa Allah
We received the thank-you letter from Futaba-cho