Searching for my dad Ma’an Nizar Al-kurdi – معن نزار الكردي

معن نزار الكردي – Ma’an Nizar Al-kurdi

اسمي عمر نزار الكردي وابلغ من العمر ٢٧ عاما، وابحث عن والدي السعودي المدعو معن نزار الكردي, واعتقد انه يعلم بوجود ابن له ولكني غير متأكد.
لدي معلومات بسيطه عن الشركة التي يملكها هو وافراد العائلة والتي تدعى شركة الكردي للتجارة.
لقد قمت بمحاولات للتواصل مع والدي من خلال عناوين الشركة بالاضافة الي السفارة السعودية ولكن لا احد يتعامل معي بشكل جدي، كما ان والدتي كانت قد حاولت الاتصال به عندما كنت طفلا صغيرا ولكنها لم تحصل على اي نتيجة ايضا.
هل يمكن لاي شخص ان يساعدني للتواصل مع والدي ارجوكم؟
لقد تعرف والدي على والدتي في عام ١٩٨١م عندما كان منتسبا لجامعة جولدن ويست ومقرها في هونتيجتن في كاليفورنيا. وعاشا سوية في شقة واحدة بمدينة ميدواي، وهو نفس المدينة التي تقابلا فيها وبدأت علاقتهما آنذاك.
بعدما انتهى والدي من دراسته في عام ١٩٨٣م، غادر عائدا الى المملكة العربية السعودية عندما كانت والدتي حاملا بي في الشهر الثالث.
ان كان اي شخص يملك اي معلومات تفيدني، ارجوا التواصل معي على البريد الالكتروني التالي:ocrysler99@gmail.com
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My name is Omar Nizar Al-Kurdi I am 27 years old and I am looked for my father Ma’an Nizar Al-kurdi I believe he is aware of my existence but am not sure. I know that the company’s from which he and his family own and operate are called ALKURDI TRADING CO AND ZAWYA. I have made attempts contact him through these sources including the Saudi Embassy but no body takes me seriously my mother all so made attempts when I was a child and same result. Can any body help me to contact my father please?

They met each other in 1981 while he was attending at Golden West College in Huntington Beach California. My mother and father lived in the same apartment in Midway City where they met and the relationship began. When my father finished his education in 1983 he left back to Saudi Arabia while my mother was three month pregnant with me.

If someone has some information please contact me to: ocrysler99@gmail.com

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  1. I wish you all the best in your way. I am Saudi and if you need any assistance from KSA please do contact me. I sadly can say one thing: as a Saudi, I can assure you that this will be almost the same scenario in %90 of the cases at best and 99% at worst .. do I agree with it? of course not! is that a fact? sadly it is!
    so prevention is the best cure .. keep away from imagining a family life (w/ children) with Saudis out of marriage boundaries

    Peace

  2. Bnt almamlakah

    حشا كل شوي طالعتلنا قحبتن تدور على ابو ولدها

    والله تمسخرتو ياخرفان السعوديه هذا اخر السربته

    • Nobady

      please choose your words and Don’t insult people

    • Abu Ammar - Yasser

      يا عيب الشوم عليك على هالكلام .. سميت إلي حبو وصدقو الحب قحاب؟ حرام عليكي نحن عايشين في أمريكا ونشوف المصايب هاذي .. مثل ما يشعرلك ويقول كلامه المعسول معاك سوا نفس الشي مع الأمريكية وصدقته .. هذا لا يسمى قحبنة .. القحبة يا شاطرا كانت ما وثقت فيه هلصايع وعرفت تعمل منع حمل … الإناء بما فيه ينعق

      • Bnt almamlakah

        اللي صاين ولام نفسه مارح يجي عليه كلام ولا مشاكل مع اني سعوديه الا بحياتي كلها ماشفت أوقع واوطى من شباب السعوديه خلو بلد كامل سمعته زباله ومعليش اللي يحفظنا لو الي صار للبنت سعوديه كان الكل نعتها بقحبه حمدلله سمعتنا زي الفل مؤ شبابنا حاطين روسنا الارض يلمو انفسهم بالأول حلوه ذي يعني تبيني أقولها شريفه لا تخسى احنا رغم حشمتنا

      • Bnt almamlakah

        رغم حشمتنا الا الكل يدورون الحكي عن البنت السعوديه هذه نهاية الحريه اللي مبسوطين فيها شبابنا خلو المنيكه والدياثه تنفعكم

    • Amnah

      وردك ان دل على شي دل على تربيتك عزيزتي ..
      وان كان الكلام اللي قلتيه سهل تقولينه قدام الناس فالله يعينك على نفسك :)!

      • Bnt almamlakah

        ماقلت شي خطا هذا هو الحقيقه مررره متعاطفين مع الوضع كلهم اخطئو يتحملون نتيجة خطأهم حتى لو دفعو ثمنه غالي برضو يستاهلون أقولها مسكينه لا ماهي مسكينه تستاهل مايصيرلها يارب يدفع ثمن غلطته غالي

        مامسكين الا الولد

        ولا الام والابو بجهنم الحمراء

    • walad almamlakah

      اولا انتي ركبكي سوده ومروحه ومعفنه وتينا مانطالع الامريكيات خبله انتي وبعدين يالهالشرف عندكم يالبنات السعوديات والله انكم قحاب اكثر من الامريكيات واسلوبك في الكلام اسلوب قحبه ماخذت حسابها

      • hana

        القحاب انتتم يالمخانيث حسبالكم الدنيا فوضى تروح تتنيك في امريكا وتجي للسعوديه مسوي فيها شريف تف عليك وعلى من فكر ان الحريه بس منيكه حمدلله ان مالكم حريه بالسعوديه لانو زلايب اشكالك ماتصلحلهم الحريه رحمتك والله الحريه في بالك انها مقحبه نفس اللي يصير بالموقع انتبه ياخنيث لايطلع اسمك في الموقع بعد

    • nawal

      يااختي احنا هنا في قضية انسانية مش ثضية شرف ع قولهم مابعد الكفر ذنب الاولى فيك انك تنكرين علينا كيف احنا مسلمين نسوي كذا مش تتكلمين في شرفهم بغض النظر عن مستوى كلماتك لكن مااشره عليك هاذا هو نتائج المجتمع اللي احنا عايشين فيه

    • Um Khalid

      Bnt almamlakah? more like bint il shari3. al 3aib wal 7aram 3alaiki.

  3. Alnazeh

    اثاري الصياعه منذو القدم

  4. عبدالله بن محمد

    نزار كردي من اشهر المكاتب الهندسيه في السعوديه هل انت حفيد نزار كرد هذا ما فهمته
    هل تكلم ابوك عن نزار كردي اقصد ابوه
    كيف انت عمر ابوك معن جدك نزار كردي هل هذا كلام صحيح ؟
    انا مستغرب كيف تنتسب الى جدك مباشره ما عرفت

  5. Abu Ammar - Yasser

    http://www.riyadhschools.edu.sa/grd/P6/97-96.htm .. أنا كمان درست بهلمدرسة .. بس تخرجت بعد هلدفعة .. شوفو مين صحابه، يمكن يضغطو عليه

  6. Abu Ammar - Yasser

    شركة الكردي للتجارة والمقاولات

    2 ص.ب: 42379 , صندوق البريد: 11561
    الملز, الرياض, الوسطى ( مدينة الرياض – محافظات الرياض ), SA الهاتف : 01 4761918

  7. Abu Ammar - Yasser

    يا جماعة أنا كلمت الرجال على الهاتف .. خلنا نقول الله يعينه يشتغل بمصنع عامل وأبوه عايش أحلا عيشه اللهم لا حسد ….. أن شاء الله نقدر نساعده

  8. Khalid

    Your father is a millionaire but you have to accept the fact that you’re an illegitimate child. Sorry to break it to you. Best of luck.

    • At

      @Khalid..your comment is inappropriate, theres no such thing as illigitimacy in God’s eyes so try again…

    • If you know this man why would you still protect him and tell his son just to accept the fact his father left him and his mother? How can you deny him his right under god to know his father? Who acts like that? Seriously!!!!

      • Abu Ammar - Yasser

        Totally with you!! I talked to Omar today and promised him to think of anything that I can help out with. I may not able to do something but if all of us try at least one idea, we will for sure help out and find solution or at least try. He is our blood, we have to help him out no matter what.

    • The truth

      Right to property of illegitimate child
      In Muslim law, the illegitimate child has no right to inherit property through the father and in the classical law, as well as in some modern Islamic jurisdictions, the mother of an illegitimate child may well find herself subject to harsh punishments imposed or inflicted on those found guilty of zina. Thus, the difficult status of legitimacy in Islamic law has very important consequences for children and their parents, especially mothers. Thus the difficulty of an illegitimate child in claiming property from parent/s.

      Under no school of Muslim law an illegitimate child has any right of inheritance in the property of his putative father. Under the Hanafi law, it seems, the mother and her illegitimate children have mutual rights of inheritance. The illegitimate child inherits not only the property of its mother but also the property of all other relations with whom it is related through the mother. (legalservicesindia)

  9. Kyu

    حتى القديمين طلعو سرابيت

  10. Manal Hadi

    I’m an Arab American girl and I hope you dont think all MUSLIMS are like this. The the reality is most ARAB men have NO RESPECT for women. They are taught that women Arab, non-Arab, Muslim, non-Muslim are just objects for them. This is why you never see in America a Somali or Pakistani allowing their daughter to marry an Arab man. They have seen the ZULM against them. I can never marry an Arab man myself.

    • Abu Ammar - Yasser

      Sister Manal, your statements while I agree to some degree with, I humbly advice you not to use such generalization, you may had seen these examples around you but there are many, much much more on the other side as well. I am an Arab American who lived almost most of my life in the middle of Arabia in Riyadh yet I have the utmost respect to women, Allah gave me a wonderful Arab American wife who also grew up in Riyadh most of her life, two beautiful daughters and I see the world through them and they can boss me around as much as they like with me serving them with pleasure .. I always remeber what Rassulo Allah said, Khairkom, khairokom le nisaaa’h w’naa khayrokom lnsaa’h, the best among you are the best for their women. end of story .. remember, I do agree that there are lots of jerks but also a lot of goodies as well.. my respect to you.

  11. Manal Hadi

    For Arab men they will have all the fun before marriage and will be so controlling afterewards. Cause of their own actions they cannot control their fear of what their wife might do.

  12. Omar

    Thank you all for your support

  13. Mamdouh

    Hi Omar, really sorry to hear that I don’t know how these people enjoying their life now, while they left a child somewhere, really that’s not a situation. I really recommend you to contact the National Society for Human Right office in Riyadh or any volunteer Lawyer there.
    This is their contact detail:

    tel: +966 1 2102223
    fax: +966 1 2102202
    email: ryd@nshr.org.sa
    info@nshr.org.sa
    web: http://nshr.org.sa/

    to find volunteer lawyer go to twitter and contact some of them I know many of them are happy to help voluntary, and try this guy:

    @allahim
    http://www.allahem.net/

    Kind Regards

    Mamdouh

    • Nobady

      @allahim is the BEST lawyer in Saudi Arabia He is a great man I have a lot of respect for him Hopefully he can help but I am not sure coz this an Islamic rules and he CANNOT change them

  14. SettaH

    Saudi man always impeccably wrong, no matter how wrong does not see mistakes ..
    أن كان إبن غير شرعي فهو ليس له ذنب بما حصل , يجب على هؤلاء الرجال المنتسبين لدين عظيم أسمه الأسلام , فهم بتصرفاتهم هذه شووه دينهم … انا ك فتاة مسلمة أتبرأ منهم ومن تصرفاتهم السيئه !!!

  15. Abo Mohammed

    This is Ma’an Nizar Al-kurdi Business phone in Jeddah
    +966 2-672-2996

    His father Company
    http://www.alkurdi.com.sa/president.htm
    http://www.alkurdi.com.sa/contact_us.htm

  16. Khalid

    I found this piece of information, I hope it’ll be helpful
    He owns a computer shop in Jeddah

    Maan Nizar Al-Kurdi .. Jeddah
    +966 2 6722996

  17. Lallamia

    Just here to wish u luck finding him 🙂

  18. A

    Good luck Omar with contacting your father and hope all goes well!

  19. Left

    The bigger and more powerful the scarier they are. Be careful Omar. Just a note from my own experience. I live in the gulf and have confronted my father at all different levels. From lawyers bought off so they wouldn’t take my case, court files mysteriously disappearing when i gave up on lawyers and tried to do it myself, to deportation and death threats.
    I think the best way to try to get to these father’s is with honey rather than vinegar. When you go head to head with these guys they will do whatever it takes to protect their reputation and family from public embarrassment. Which we are because we are their sin incarnate. (laugh)
    I know as westerners we don’t get what the big deal is but after living here for 12 years I know what it means and understand how they think. I was really angry and wanted my rights and fought tooth and nail but if I had it to do all over again it would be different.
    I would have kept it between my father and me. I know and understand he made a mistake which resulted in a child but at the same time he was a kid. Having fun for the first time being away from family and rules and regulations. My mom was in love and thought she had found her forever.
    He really did love my mom but he was in the military and back then the military didn’t allow marriage to foreign women. He stayed as long as he could , 7 years, and then he had to face his reality. Which was going back to his country and getting married to someone his family had chosen for him.
    I understand that now. Family means everything here. They dictate everything. As westerners we think “Oh, they are just weak and can’t stand up to their families.” but in reality their families control their lives. It’s the culture. It’s just the way it is. We will never be able to change or fully understand it but when you start threatening their little world that’s when the feces hits the oscillating unit.
    I would suggest trying to deal with things quietly between you and your fathers as much as possible and see how far you get before you start forcing the situation on them. If they are willing to talk to you then come up with some kind of agreement between you and him and don’t push him for more. Being involved in your life may not be possible so agree to disagree and make the most of what he does offer.
    It’s a delicate situation that can not be handled head to head.

    • Teri

      Omar has tried to keep it between him and his father, but his father continues to reject him, no one wants an inheritance, just support for the years he was young ,he was denied opportunity by his father, his father owes him. this is the least he can do, his mother was responsible for raising him, and she did by herself, she deserves support to.

  20. I am Omars mother, may Omar find solace in his search…

  21. Shira

    I’m so vain! I think Omar is so handsome, mash’allah. Mixed Saudi children are the cutest babies ever. Hey, if it doesn’t workout with their deadbeat fathers, at least you’ll have good looking kids with a future in modeling-silver lining? Anyway! Omar, if you’re single, HOOK IT UP PRONTO:)

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