I remember when I was really young, watching Sir David Attenborough with my Uncle Hesham who often looked after me.
I remember him teaching me how to write and read Arabic and always stuffing my pockets with chocolates and sweets.
I remember playing in Grenfell Tower and Grenfell Walk when I was younger with my friends; playing games like "knock down ginger". Those were the good old days.
I remember when my uncle first got his flat in the top floor of Grenfell Tower sometime in 2013 and how happy he was. I remember him being excited about how he was going to decorate and put together his new home.
He liked the fact he lived on the top floor, he said he was "closer to God" and that also made him happy.
He could see the Westway football pitches from his flat where I regularly played and he would sometimes watch me and message me after playing making fun of how rubbish I was.
My uncle Hesham was a very funny man with a huge heart and was described by his friends as a kind and generous man.
In the early hours of 14 June this year I was woken up by my wife screaming, "Grenfell Tower is on fire, call Uncle Hesham."
My uncle's phone kept ringing with no answer.
My grandmother heard from him last at around 3am.
Later we learned he didn't make it out of the tower. He had trouble walking and often used a walking stick so would have struggled to make it down the stairs from the top floor.
He tragically died alone in his flat and many others perished that night in the tower. He was identified on 25 August and finally laid to rest on 30 September.
The Grenfell Tower fire has broken the hearts of our close community but above all it has united us in the fight for justice, to make sure that a tragedy of this scale will never happen again.
I know it is going to be a long journey and it may uncover some ugly and uncomfortable truths but it's important we don't give up.
The more we learn about the circumstances surrounding the Grenfell Tower fire and its refurbishment the angrier we all get.
This could have been avoided if the concerns of the residents were taken seriously and weren't ignored. Our anger has now turned into determination to fight for justice.
Perhaps that horrific night would have not happened if our Government learned lessons from previous fires and implemented recommendations from their inquiries.
There are so many things that went wrong and collectively, directly and indirectly contributed to the Grenfell Tower fire.
We know that the public inquiry will be a very complex process, and myself and others believe that it should not be left to one person.
This is why we have asked the Prime Minister to appoint a panel to sit alongside the judge and will have the same powers as him to report back to her.
We have been corresponding with Theresa May since August this year requesting this panel, and still until now she has not made a decision.
We feel ignored and our concerns are not being listened to - that is why the bereaved, survivors, community and with the help and support of Grenfell United have all come together in the hope that collectively are voices will be heard.
We have started a petition calling on the PM to listen to our concerns and we want a fair public inquiry that will get to the truth and make the right recommendations which our Government will implement this time!