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Monday, November 17, 2008

Meet Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, Future Memphis Lady Tiger

Hoop Dreams

3 comments:

  1. as salamu alaikum sister...your brothers and sisters in NC will be watching you...we have our own teams here and we are EXCITED that ALLAH(swt) has allowed you to come this far and may he allow you to go ALL the way ameen.
    I heard we also have a team in GA called the lady calif's who were very good. anyway
    stay strong and keep Allah(swt) first and we will be watching inshaAllah...we were UNC fans but now we are MEMPHIS fans 4life..

    walaikum salaam

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  2. Kifhallah

    May Allah continue to grant you succses in Memphis

    I am so proud you, an Islamic woman, was able to break the record... maybe now our male peers will come to respect us more... Allah willing...

    May Allah continue to smile down on you...Peace out,

    Wasim-Rasheed Hassan

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  3. I read the story in Sports illustrated about this young lady. If I were Muslim then I would thank Allah that she decided to go play for U of M because now I can go see her play.

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