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Murtika Suci Sianturi
Thu, 11 Oct 2018 04:09 EDT
Kepada Yth,
Bapak/Ibu para Dermawan
Assalamu'alaikum waromatullahi wabarokatuh
Dengan Hormat,
Semoga kita semua selalu dalam lindungan Allah SWT. Aamiin
Melalui surat ini saya datang bermohon kepada Bapak/Ibu para dermawan agar sudilah kiranya bapa/ibu memberikan bantuan kepada kami dalam bentuk materil maupun non materil demi kelancaran proses belajar di MTs Aisyiyah Pargodungan Kecamatan Tapian Nauli Kabupaten Tapanuli Tengah Propinsi Sumatera Utara Indonesia.
Adapun yang sangat kami butuhkan pada saat ini adalah Ruang Kelas Baru (RKB) sebanyak 3 Ruang beserta dengan mobilernya. Jumlah siswa di sekolah kami sebnayak 350 orang yg mana Ruang belajarnya hanya 5 Ruang.
Besar harapan saya bapak/ibu para dermawan dapat mengabulkan permohonan kami ini.
Demikian saja kami sampaikan. Besar harapan saya bapa/ibu dapat mengabulkannya.

Murtika Suci Sianturi
MTS Aisyiyah Pargodungan
Rek BNI 0706493845
Alfieri Morgan
Wed, 11 Apr 2018 04:46 EDT
Dear friend,

I got your contact when i was searching for an overseas partner to assist me through banker's seminar held recently in UK, I have the opportunity of transferring the left over funds ($13.250 Million USD) abandoned in an account for years.

Hence, i am inviting you for a business deal where this money can be transfer to a foreign account shared between us in the ratio of 50% for me, 40% for you and 10% for any income expenses that will come during the transfer, if you agree to my business proposal. Further details of the transfer will be forwarded to you as soon as I receive your return mail.

Please reply me at [mralfieri002@yandex.com] for more details.

Best regards

Mr. Alfieri Morgan
Prakash Poudel
Sun, 10 May 2015 02:33 EDT
Looking for a job in Japanese Embassy or any of its partner organization
Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings from Nepal!

My name is Prakash Poudel and I am from Nepal. I hold Masters degree in English and currently I teach English to BBA students at a college here in Kathmandu, Nepal. However, I have worked with different organizations in the past, from daily English Newspaper to Orphans House to UNICEF supported projects.

Having said this, to work along with Japanese people, known for its honesty and courtesy, has long been my desire. I understand that working in a war torn zone like Syria is challenging, but I love challenges and at the same I would also be deeply satisfied on being able to do something to improve the lives of the local people. For me, this will be a cherished dream come true!

Please help me if there are any job opportunities,

I am looking forward for your positive response,

Very Sincerely,
Eahab alnjjar
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 10:43 EDT
from : angellove_hi@hotmail.com
to :Embassy of Japan in Damascus

I born in Venezuela but I live in Syria and I learn in ( information technology - second year ) I need your help to continue or start my studies in your university on your expensive because I don't have enough money knowing that i have Venezuela nationality and Syrian nationality .
zaki fakhri hasan
Fri, 30 Apr 2010 11:48 EDT
dear we iraqis we have invition letters japanes visa we living in baghdad we can get japanes visa from syria? pleass reply we need to know
thank you

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