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Verses from The Noble Quran - "And keep up the prayer and give the Zakat, (i., pay the poor-dues) and whatever ; good you forward for yourselves you will find it in the Providence of Allah surely Allah is Ever-Beholding of whatever you do.

Narrated  Ali (ra) the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "I have exempted you from having to pay Zakat on horses and slaves, bring one quarter of one-tenth of every forty Dirhan: one Dirham."   Sunan Ibn Majah  Chapter no: 10, Book of The Chapters Regarding Zakat Hadith no: 1790

Narrated Ibn `Umar (ra): The Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) ordered the people to pay Zakat-ul-Fitr before going to the `Id prayer. Reference : Sahih al-Bukhari 1509 In-book reference : Book Hadith 110 USC-MSA web (English) reference : Vol.

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The difference between Zakat and Tax

The difference between Zakat and Tax

Zakat is a religious obligation upon every Muslim having the necessary worth, and should be paid to the beneficiary (Muslims) defined in the Quran. Whereas Tax is a legal obligation upon every citizen

Don’t forget to give your zakat and sadaqah this Ramadan.  Zakat Al-Fitr: FAQs:

Don’t forget to give your zakat and sadaqah this Ramadan. Zakat Al-Fitr: FAQs:

The 5 pillars in Islam: Shahada, Salah, Zakaat, Fasting, Hajj  1) Shahada: Testifying to God's One-ness: The declaration "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is His prophet." 2) Salat: Prayer. General Features of Islamic Prayer. ... 3) Zakat: Giving charity. Originally a free-will donation (what is no called Sadaqah ). ... 4) Sawm: Fast. ... 5) Hajj: Pilgrimage... #islam #Muslim #shahada #khalimah #kalima #salaat #salat #namaaz #zakat #zakaat #sawm #fasting #ramadaan #ramadan #hajj #haj

The 5 pillars in Islam: Shahada, Salah, Zakaat, Fasting, Hajj 1) Shahada: Testifying to God's One-ness: The declaration "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is His prophet." 2) Salat: Prayer. General Features of Islamic Prayer. ... 3) Zakat: Giving charity. Originally a free-will donation (what is no called Sadaqah ). ... 4) Sawm: Fast. ... 5) Hajj: Pilgrimage... #islam #Muslim #shahada #khalimah #kalima #salaat #salat #namaaz #zakat #zakaat #sawm #fasting #ramadaan #ramadan #hajj #haj

Zakat means giving aid (financial or non-financial) to the needy Muslim brothers. It is an obligatory practice in Islam, neglecting which one cannot be called a Muslim.

The importance of Zakat (Charity) in an Islamic Economy

Islam teaches the voluntary giving of Zakat, Sadqat and Khairaat to the needy and the poor. All of these are different forms of charity having their own context, beneficiaries, purpose and quantity.

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