Sri Lanka Muslim Family Genealogy

Mohideen Abdul Cader - Family #11

1  Mohideen Abdul Cader

    2  Mohideen Abdul Cader (MAC) Muhammad 1879 + Fathima ("Big Mama") Abdul Majeed 1891 (22, 90, 106)

        3  Razi Muhammad + Ayesha Marikar (251)

            4  Ifthiquar Haroun Muhammad, b:1944 + Gail Anderson

                5  Tia Farina Muhammad + Thomas Owen (div)

                    6  Tess Owen

                5  2nd spouse of Tia Farina Muhammad: + John Allen

                    6  Jade Maya Allen

                5  Tarus Muhammad + Kalimna

                5  Hyla Farina Muhammad + Peter Allan Ryan

                    6  Seth Allan Ryan

 

             4  Abusha Niloufer Muhammad + Martin York

                 5  Tarick Rishad York

                 5  Rasick Mickael York

 

4  Isthiaq Rashard Muhammad, + Prasanna Reddy

                 5  Anaeka Muhammad

 

         3 [2]  Honeya Muhammad, d:2013 + Abdullah S Muhammad (251)

             4  Alavi Muhammad + Amrita Fernando

                 5  Ashur Muhammad + Lajja Merchant

                 5  Almira Muhammad

             4  Nuzala Muhammad

             4  Mumtaz Muhammad

             4  Shorab Khalid Muhammad + Fouzil Ismail

                 5  Shaista Ibrahim Muhammad

 

        3  *2nd spouse of [2] Honeya Muhammad, d:2013: + [1] Dhahlan Ibrahim, d:1999 (12,106)

             4  [3] Shaela Farina Ibrahim

 

         3  Khadija (Katie) Muhammad, b:1919, d:Oct 21 2014 + Abdul Majeed Marikar, b:10/7/1914, d:30/10/1984 (251)

             4  Fathima Begum Fowziya Marikar, Qualaified from Trinity College of Music in Piano and taught in Calcutta and Ootty schools. Now in Lawrence school,Ootty. + Midhath Wahab (80)

                5  Bashar Wahab, b:31-Aug-1964 + Sabeena

                    6  Haseena Wahab, b:1987 (Adopted daughter)

                    6  Natasha Wahab, b:1997)

 

        3 *2nd spouse of Khadija (Katie) Muhammad, b: 1919, d:Oct 21 2014: + Marzook M.S.M. b:Jun 19, 1919 - d:2003(106)

            4  Muhammad Ifthikar (Chicka) Marzook + Haleema Hameed (div)

                5  Yashar Marzook + Michelle

                5  Fazeena Marzook + Irfan Thassim

            4  Shiraz (Sherry) Marzook + Feroza Salih (236)

                5  Ghazala Marzook + Firaz (div)

                5  Nickshan Marzook

            4  Muhammad Zihini Marzook + Zareena Salih

                5  Nabeel Marzook

                5  Namik Marzook + Name Not Known

                5  2nd spouse of Namik Marzook + Name Not Known

                5  3rd spouse of Namik Marzook + Rusla Ismail (111)

            4  Azmina (Mimi) Marzook + Ifthikar Asgar

                5  Tania Asgar

            4  Khartoon (Kathy) Marzook + Ismail Jiffrey Mohideen (div) d:2003 (10)

            4  *2nd Spouse of Khartoon (Cathy) Marzook: + Peter Jackson

 

        3  Hussain Sadiq Muhammad 1919 + Azile Gwyneth Williams 1923

            4  Sadiq Dawood (David) Muhammad 1950

            4  Hussain Rafi Muhammad 1952 + Catherine Anne Baker 1947

                5  Stefan Rafi Muhammad

            4  Rashad Muhammad 1955

            4  Saleema (Sally) Muhammad 1961

 

        3  Hassan Muhammad + Ayesha Marikar (251), married in Australia after 1991

 

        3  Zahra Muhammad 1926-1981 + Mouhsin Wahid, Captain 1926 (106)

             4  Mehran Wahid, Captain 1955- + Kuraisha Hamid 1959-

                5  Aniqah Wahid 1988-

                5  Haris Wahid 1994-

            4  Imran Wahid, Captain 1957- + Frayal Abdeen

                5  Tasha Wahid 1984

                5  Aron Wahid 1993

                5  Zak Wahid

            4  Karen Wahid 1958 + Shanti Bahar, Cmdr 1954-1993

                5  Kashan Bahar 1982

                5  Nastasia Bahar 1983

 

    Zaneera M.A.C.

        3  Noor Mazaya + Muhammad Shariff Hajiar (112)

            4  Jabir Shariff + Imthiaz

                5  Firoza Jabir

                5  Firoz Jabir

            4  Shafi Shariff + Azhara Mukthar (30)

                5  (son)

                5  (daughter)

            4  Mazeena Shariff + Shuhaib Ghouse

                5  Shiranis Ghouse

                5  Faranas Ghouse

                5  (son)

            4  Ummu Zohra Shariff + Izzet Pakeer Saibo

                5  Thahir Packir Saibo

            4  Noor Mueeza Shariff + Thahir Fuard (78)

                5  Zameena Fuard + Shah Nawaz Othman

                5  (daughter)

            4  Nazly Shariff + Mohamed Samsudeen Izzet Wahid, d:Dec-20-2002

                5  Fazly Wahid + Nazmia

                5  Ali Wahid

 

WAHID ­ AL-HAJ MOHAMED SAMSUDEEN IZZY (Ex Hayles) passed away on the 20th of December 2002. Beloved husband of Nazly, loving son of late M.A. Wahid and Hajani Noor Rounaka (nee Sufi-Ismail), son-in-law of late Al-Haj S.L.M.M. Sheriff and late Hajani Noor Mazahiya, precious father of Fazly and Ali, loving father-in-law of Nazmia, much loved brother of Laika, Ozden, Rizvy and Shyama, precious nephew of late Assard, Hardy, Mackie, Yenayette, Ajuward and Sufiya, Aisha, Khay and Farah. Janaza took place on the 21st of Dec. 02 at Maligawatta Burial Ground. 53 1/1, Davidson Road, Bambalapitiya

 

            4  Hussain Shariff + Navaziya Zackariya

            4  Hassan Shariff + Shireen Kuthdoos (65)

            4  Muhsin Shariff + Fareena Samsudeen

            4  Ali Reza Shariff

            4  Imthiaz Shariff

 

        3  Alavi + Nabeesa

 

        3  Anver +

            4  Fowzil Anver + Nawaz Cassim (40)

                5  Asma Hani Nawaz + Razzak

                    6  Rozana Razzak

                    6  Rehana Razzak

                    6  Roshan Razzak

                5  Nifaya Nawaz + Saleem

            4  Fathima Zafrun Anver + Cassim Ziard (80)

            4  Imthiaz Anver + (Miss Reyal)

            4  Fahim Anver

            4  Fathima Yasmin Anver + Muhammad Izzet Ghouse (18)

 

        3  Noor Hamza

            4  (daughter) + Ifthikar Kuthdoos (65)

            4  (son)

            4  (son)

 

        3  Honeya

            4  (son) + Mirza Sheriffdeen

 

        3  (daughter)

 

    2  Mahmood M.A.C.

 

    2  Jazeela M.A.C.+ Ibrahim M.L.M. (12)

        3  Maleeha Ibrahim + Mohideen

            4  Lareefa Mohideen + Shiraz Zainudeen (80)

                5  Shezmin Shiraz

                5  Shiham Shiraz

                5  Shazan Shiraz

                5  Shammi Shiraz

            4  Sithyna Mohideen d:2003 + Mahmood d:Nov 2003

                5  Murshid Mahmood

                5  Muneem Mahmood

            4  Niloufer Mohideen, d:Dec-31-2006 + Shakir

                5  Shiham Shakir

 

        3  Husain Jifry Ibrahim 1916-1963 + Hibshi Mazaya Saleem 1923-1995 (40,170,171)

            4  Firoze Salim Ibrahim b:Feb 20 1948, d:Aug 13, 2009, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia + Bisreeya Zaharana Ahamed b:25 Feb 1948, d:27 July 2008, m:1983 (10)

                5  Fathima Fawaza Ibrahim b:Apr 12 1985 + Rifath Nawaz, (Bermuda) m:Aug 9 2008

            4  Fathima Shirani Naleefa Ibrahim b:May 13 1949 + Muhammad Fazli Hussain Sameer b:Feb 16 1948, m:Mar-31-1974 (20,10,13,46,60,70,90,93)

                5  Fathima Melina Sameer b:Feb 4 1975, BSc (Hons) Sociology, University of London 2008 + Ahmed Yousry Sheriff 1962 m:Dec-13-1993 (51,35,143) div 2004

                    6  Maria Admira Sheriff b:Sep 22 1994

                    6  Abdullah Yousry Sheriff b:Mar 25 1997

                5  Fathima Nadia Sameer, BA Hons English Language, University of London 2009 b:Sep 6 1981 + Abdul Qadir Hussain (173) m:Jan-31-1999

            4  Hameeda Badri Jasminah Ibrahim b:Mar 2 1951 + Muhammad Faizer Zahir 1952-1989, m:1983 (148)

                5  [5] Firasa Rukaiya Zahir CIMA, b:Oct 7 1984 + [4] Ahmed Arshad Ibrahim, m:28-Sep-2003 (12,78)

            4  Fairuf Razeen Ibrahim 1953-1996 + Fathima Zaheena Subair b:Feb 21 1965, m:1992 (149)

                5  Fatema Sa’adia Ibrahim b:Apr 2 1993

 

        3  Ruwaiza Ibrahim + Sufiyan

            4  Nazli Sufiyan

            4  Nahar Sufiyan

            4  Imthiaz Sufiyan

            4  Fuzna Sufiyan

 

        3  Dr. Shahul Hameed Ibrahim, Homeopathy, d:1999 + Mareena Amirdeen (78)

            4  Anver Hussain Ibrahim + Fathima Fazna Ozeer

                5  ‘Omar bin Hussain Ibrahim

            4  Intikhab Shibly Ibrahim

            4  [4] Ahmad Arshad Ibrahim + [5] Firasa Rukaiya Zahir, b:1984, m:28-Sep-2003 (12)

            4  Muhammad Reza Ibrahim

            4  Fathima Shamila Ibrahim + Muhammad Mahir Abdul Jaward

                5  Ahmad Muadh bin Mahir

            4  Sithy Khadija Ibrahim + Miss Ameerdeen

 

        3  [1] Dhahlan Ibrahim, d:1999 + [2] Honeya Muhammad

            4  [3] Shaela Farina Ibrahim

 

        3  Nawaz Ibrahim, Lawyer + Amina Mohideen, d:2000

            4  Ghazali Ibrahim + Name Not Known

                5  Name Not Known

                5  Name Not Known

                5  Name Not Known

            4  Shukriya Ibrahim (Canada)

            4  Rasheed Ibrahim

 

    2  Razeen M.A.C.+ Noor

 

    2  Zubair M.A.C.

 

    2  Marzoona M.A.C.+ MLM Haniffa (72)

        3  Muhseen M.H.M. + Khadeeja Ghouse

            4  Yasmin Muhseen + Nawaz Vilcassim

                5  daughter

                5  son

                5  daughter

            4  Imthiaz Muhseen + Tirmizi Naina-Marikar (93,97)

            4  Fazal Muhseen + Miss Naizer Cader

 

        3  Ayesha Haniffa, d:Oct-8-2003 + Marzook M.S.M.

MARZOOK ­ AYESHA daughter of late MLM Haniffa and late Marzoona wife of late Marzook sister of late MSM Muhseen beloved mother of Thahani, Rumy Marzook (Commissioner General Prisons), Iqbal, Shiraz (Dubai), Dr Himaz Marzook (National Hospital), mother-­in-­law of M. Hamza, Florine, Rehana, Feroza, and Shameera, grandmother of Sabrina, Thiranee, Thareef, Infaaz, Amaara, Azeema, Nabil and Thahlila. Great-grandmother of Aaqil, Asaad and Saad. Sister-­in-­law of Khadija Muhseen (UK). Janaza took place on 08th October 2003 at Dehiwela Muslim Burial Ground. 119A, Havelock Road, Colombo 05. [Sunday Observer Oct 26 2003]

            4  Thahani Marzook+ Hamza Salih

                5  Sabrina Hamza

                    6  Aaqil

                    6  Asaad

                5  Thiranee Hamza + Murad Sulaiman (173,174.175)

                    6  Sa’ad Sulaiman, b:2001

                    6  Ayesha Sulaiman, b:12-Feb-2004

            4  Rumy Marzook (ex Commissioner of Prisons 2003-2004) + Florrine Cassim

            4  Iqbal Marzook + Rehana

            4  Shiraz Marzook + Feroza

            4  Himaz Marzook, Dr. + Shameera

 

    2  Noor M.A.C. + Mohideen

        3  Mihlar Mohideen + Sithy Sheriff (51)

            4  Sulaiman Mihilar Mohideen, d:Jun 23, 2018 + Niloufer Moosin (186)

                5  Shihan Mohideen (UK)
                5  Parvin Mohideen (Australia)

                5  Ayesha Mohideen (Dubai)

 

        3  Jiffriya Mohideen + Abdeen

            4  Frayal Abdeen + Imran Wahid, Captain 1957 (106)

                5  Tasha Wahid 1984

                5  Aron Wahid 1993

                5  Zak Wahid

            4  (daughter)

            4  (daughter)


Firoze Salim Ibrahim 1948-2009: A Man for All Reasons

 

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Sitting quietly, reading a book, on a warm Thursday (Aug  13, 2009) evening, in my home in Riyadh, I was simply thrown of my feet and shattered when my mobile phone rang and I received the sad news  of the passing away of Firoze Salim Ibrahim, who had suffered a heart attack while on duty at the Reverse Osmosis Water Plant, at the Prince Sultan Air Base in Dhahran where he had been employed as an expatriate contract worker for almost 7 years. 

 

I met Firoze, for the very first time, way back in 1965, when I was preparing to sit for my A Levels in Colombo. We came together as members of the Students Section of the Ceylon Moor Youth League, a local community service and social club that was recently established in our town. Our friendship blossomed into a very close and strong bond through which many significant events evolved, later on, with time. Many were the wondrous days that followed where we, together with the rest of the members of the club, shared and worked together carrying out various social service and community based activities in the bustling town of Wellawatte in Colombo. The first and most significant project that we undertook, in those wondrous and peaceful times, was the screening of a benefit showing of the very first James Bond movie, “Dr No”, at the Savoy as a fundraiser for the activities of the club. Nine years later I was married to his sister, Shirani, and he became my brother in law.

Born at No 15, Mary’s Road, Bambalapitiya, in their ancestral WM Saleem home in 1948, Firoze attended Isipathana College, Colombo 5. Subsequent to the premature death of his beloved father, Husain Ibrahim in 1963, the family moved to Chitra Lane at Havelock Town from their posh rented home at St. Peters’ Place, Wellawatte. Later on they settled in their own home which their mother purchased at Vihara Lane, also, in Wellawatte.

 

Firoze’s many talents in music, art and drawing attracted him to Architecture which he pursued very diligently at M/s Thurairajah Associates in Colombo in search of a professional career. He then moved into building construction and civil engineering, successfully winning one of the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation bids as a sub contractor for the maintenance of their many distribution facilities throughout the island.  Magic was also a great hobby that he loved and excelled in very much, inherited from his father, who was an active member of the Sri Lanka Magic Circle, together with other famous magic personalities like Mudaliyar ACGS Amarasekera, Mihilar the Mystic, & friends. He reached the pinnacle of runner up at one of the Sri Lanka Magic Circle Magician of the Year Contest, competing with many seasoned and mature magicians of that time.

 

We spent many a time, together, with the rest of the boys in the neighborhood, actively engaging in cycling, cricket, TT, carrom, scrabble, music, movies, swimming at Kinross, lending a hand to uplift the local community infrastructure, and even many enjoyable excursions out of town, during the early days of our youth. Those who knew him will vouch for this without batting an eyelid. Books were also a great passion of his and he read profusely gathering knowledge about every possible topic under the sun. He didn’t stop here. He even went out of his way to collect and send books to others for their reading pleasure. Just a week prior to his death he had filled a whole box with books on Islam, including copies of the English translation of the Quran for free distribution, and sent them to Colombo through a colleague, Sebastian from Negombo, who was leaving Saudi Arabia on final exit after completion of his employment contract. The breaking daily news of politics, on print as well as on TV, also captured much of his interest, discussions, and time.

 

One of his greatest qualities, that very few people posses these days, was the ability to smile with everyone, irrespective of their ethnicity, position or social hierarchy, and win the hearts of whoever he met and communicated with. Everyone, always, had a very good word for him, be it family, friends, colleagues, or neighbors.

 

His marriage to Bisreeya Zaharana Ahamed, daughter of SLMH Ahamed and OLMALM Sithy Raliya, in the late seventies brought forth his only child, daughter, and joy, Fathima Fawaza, for whom he dedicated all his energy, exerting every effort, skill and time in raising her to be a successful woman of this world.

It was sometime in the nineteen eighties that Firoze decided to step out into the oil Sheikhdoms of the Middle East and seek his pasture in the booming markets there, where construction was a significant contributor to the development that was enfolding, which also provided an ideal opportunity for people with his technical set of skills.  Moving to Dhahran, in Saudi Arabia, Firoze spent many long years with an Aramco subcontractor providing operations and maintenance services to the largest oil producer in the world. By this time I had also chosen to move to the Middle East as an expatriate worker, with my family, and was located in the Eastern province of Saudi Arabia, and, his arrival made all our lives even more pleasant by having a close family member so near to us, so far away from home. Our two girls always enjoyed his company, storytelling, magic tricks, and were also very thankful for the many books and magazines he used to bring them whenever he visited. He sure had a way with kids with his ever smiling and pleasant demeanor. There was never a dull moment when Firoze was visiting.

 

His work took him to various locations in the Eastern region from Dhahran to Juaymah Camp, and even to Jubail City, in the north eastern corner of the Kingdom where massive road construction, power, and other infrastructure projects were under way. We had the wonderful opportunity to visit him at all these sites and enjoy the many luxuries that the well stocked facilities of that oil giant, Aramco, was providing for all its staff and visitors.

 

Later on, Firoze also spent many years with the King Khalid Military City Base at Hafar Al Batin, located on the Kuwaiti border with Saudi Arabia, where he moved his career, seriously, into the management and maintenance of the Reverse Osmosis Water Plant that was used across the desert Kingdom for water purification.  Eventually, on completion of that contract, he returned home and returned to the magical calling of the desert sands to do his final stint with the Prince Sultan Air Base Project, once again managing the RO Water Plant, from which facility God decided to take Home.

 

Talking to his immediate superior, Engineer Qahtan, at the Dhahran Air Base during his funeral, it was most heartening to hear the gentleman say that he would remember Firoze for just three things, his gentlemanly manners (Ahlaaq in Arabic), his ever presence in the Mosque at all prayer times (Imaan in Arabic), and the exceptional quality of his work. All the expatriate workers within the Air Base, belonging to various different asian and African nationalities, had a very praiseworthy word to say about him and his relationship with them. Silva, a hardened Sri Lankan laborer, who hailed from Maradana, told me with tears in his eyes, “He used to call me Mr. Silva whenever he spoke to me”. Another batch of young workers stated that he would knock on their doors after his shift to inquire whether they had had their dinner. Most of the young workers treated him, more or less, like a Godfather on account of his age, maturity, patience, wisdom, knowledge and ever willingness to discuss and resolve other their personal problems and disputes at any time of day or night.

 

Another interesting feature about Firoze, that will surely reveal his humanitarian personality is his great love for animals and their welfare, a character that all the members of his family possess to date, and, which has even filtered down to my own two girls and two grandkids, through his genes. During my visit to the camp after his death, the next day,  the boys told me that he used to feed three stray cats and one stray dog, diligently, every single day by collecting all the scraps, chicken bones,  and left over food from the military mess. When I walked over to his mobile Portacabin accommodation inside the airbase there were three cats and one dog curled up in a huddle snoozing patiently at his doorstep. They were waiting for their master to bring them their dinner. Little did they realize that their master had received his final call and was on his way up to meet his Maker for his final supper and receive his rewards for the magnificent contribution he had made during his short tenure of 61 years and 6 months on planet Earth. All I could do was hold back my eyes from watering and request the boys to carry on feeding the poor animals for as long as they could, ensuring that his kindness would be carried on, and also that the poor animals would not starve since their expectations were that their sustenance would always be served to them on time y Firoze at his doorstep.

 

Washing his body and dressing him up in the Islamic funeral garb (Kafan) of three non stitched pieces of cotton cloth, 6’ by 3’ clasped together by 4 strips of cotton cloth ties, in preparation for his burial, it was hard for me to take my eyes away from his sweet smiling face in death, each time I poured the water across his body. He looked as if he was simply smiling at me in his own special way.

 

Sadly, Firoze lost his wife, Bisreeya, in 2008, after she had been ill for a few years. His daughter, Fathima Fawaza, married in 2008, an occasion which he cherished very much and was proud of, and since moved  to live and work in Bermuda where her husband, Rifath Nawaz, is currently employed as a Microsoft Specialist Consultant.

 

Just take a look around and you will notice that it is pretty obvious, today, that They don’t make people like Firoze, anymore. Firoze, you have moved on. We will surely follow. May God Have Mercy on his Soul.

 

Fazli Sameer

 

IBRAHIM - Firoze Salim Ibrahim 1948-2009: The death occured, in Dhaharan Saudi Arabia, of Firoze Salim Ibrahim (Zahran Company for O&M, Prince Sultan
Airbase, Dhahran), loving son of the late Husain Ibrahim (ex HM Customs Appraiser) and Hibshi Mazaya Ibrahim (Saleem). Beloved husband of the late Bisreeya Zaharana Ibrahim (Ahmed). Much loved father and father in law of Fathima Fawaza Ibrahim and Rifath Nawaz (Bermuda), respectively. Beloved brother of Shirani (Sameer), Jasminah (Faizer) and the late Fairuf Ibrahim. Affectionate uncle of Melina, Nadia, Firasa, & Saadia. Brother in law of Fazli Sameer, late Faizer Zahir, Zaheena Subair, Shums, Noor Thaha, Ne'math, Batool, Mumtaz, late Raffai, late Inam, Haddad and Badriya (Ahmed). Grand uncle of Maria & Abdullah Sheriff. Janaza took place at Masjid Al Noor and burial was conducted at the Al Thuqba Burial Grounds in AlKhobar, Saudi Arabia on Sunday Aug 16, 2008. May Allah Have Mercy on his soul and Grant him Jannathul Firdouse! "From Him do we come and unto Him we return" 57, Pieris Mawatha, Kalubowila, Dehiwela.


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                  Sadiq Mohamed has died aged 89Hussain Sadiq Mohamed was devoted to orchestral and chamber music Photograph: saleema

My grandfather, Hussain Sadiq Mohamed, who has died aged 89, was devoted to the performance, teaching and composition of orchestral and chamber music. During his long and varied career, he played in many of the major British orchestras, including the Scottish National Orchestra, the BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra (now the BBC Philharmonic) and the Royal Ballet Orchestra, with which he toured extensively, playing principal viola. As well as a stint as deputy principal viola with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra in Perth, he was the founder, in 1958, and first conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of Sri Lanka (then Ceylon). He organised a memorable production in Colombo of James Elroy Flecker's drama Hassan, obtaining permission to arrange the wonderful incidental music of Frederick Delius.

Born in Colombo, Hussain took up the violin when he was four. Quickly demonstrating a great aptitude, he was awarded a government scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London - no mean feat for a man of Middle Eastern Muslim heritage at a time when the western field of classical music was rather more rarefied than it is today.

In London he met Azile Gwyneth Williams, and they were married in Colombo in 1948.

Hussain studied under many noted teachers and composers, including violin and viola with Herbert Kinsey, theory and composition with RO Morris and Ralph Vaughan Williams and chamber music with Ivor James. He returned to Britain in 1957 and obtained his War Office bandmaster's certificate from the Royal Military School of Music.

An accomplished composer, his works include Dialogues for Violin and Viola, Four Miniatures for Oboe and Strings, the first movement of which utilises a Sri Lankan fisherman's song, and settings of poems by Kahlil Gibran and Omar Khayyám for female voice and chamber instruments. He also wrote the scores for a number of documentaries about Sri Lanka.

Hussain is survived by Gwyneth, three sons, Sadiq, Rafi and Rashad, a daughter, Saleema, and myself.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/2009/jan/29/obituary-hussain-sadiq-mohamed