||Lifeboat from Titanic
||Lifeboat to Carpathia
|Abi-Al-Muna, Mr Nasif Qasim||4? 15? C?||4? 15? C?||2.00|
Roxboro Courier, April 14, 1938:
Abi-Al-Munahe claimed he jumped overboard and was picked up by a lifeboat prior to the ship foundering. It contained only three men, and they and one woman were pulling the oars. He took over for the woman.
Based on the book The Dream and Then the Nightmare by Leila Salloum Elias, Craig Stringer writes: "I have him placed, tentatively in collapsible C, based on the Elias book saying that he helped a woman with three children [Mrs. Ba qlini] into a boat, and I have Mrs Ba qlini in C."
Previous published survivor lists place Abi-al-Muna in boat #15, with no back up documentation.