Your Sadaqah Jariyah helps change their lives “If a person dies, then his good deeds stop except for three: a Sadaqah Jaariyah (continuous charity), a beneficial knowledge, or a righteous child who prays for him.” – Sahih Muslim Your Sadaqah Jariyah could help many deserving people change their lives for
What is Waqf in Islam? Waqf means putting aside the original property and donating its benefits for the sake of Allah. What is meant by the original property is something from which benefit may be derived whilst its essence remains. Such as houses, shops, gardens, etc. Beneficial produce is things
What is riba (interest)? What is riba (interest)? – Any transaction or loan where the payment of an additional amount on the principal is made conditional to the advance. Such a loan is called riba. The most common form of riba these days is interest paid on bank accounts or
What is Kaffarah? Kaffarah means “what is paid to redress an imbalance or to compensate for commissioning a sinful act, i.e. a kind of punishment or penalty”. 1. Deliberate breaking of fasts during Ramadan Kaffarah By Sexual relations This is expiation due to deliberate breaking of the obligatory fasts in the
Why make an Islamic Will? Why make an Islamic Will? To fulfill an important religious duty. If you die without leaving a will you are deemed to have died ‘intestate’ and so your wealth will be distributed in accordance with the English rules on intestacy – which do not apply
What is Fidyah in Islam? – Qamar Charity What is Fidyah in Islam? – In Ramadan, if a person is unable to fast because he is elderly or sick with no hope of recovery, then he is not obliged to fast. Instead, he should feed one poor person each day
Aqiqah – Fulfil your obligation by Crisis Aid Crisis Aid’s Aqiqah pack comprises the sacrifice of one (for girl) or two (for boy) Aqiqah animals and meat distributed to the poor and orphans. £10 also is given in sadaqah to the poor, at the market price of silver, this easily
Zakat Al-Fitr (Fitrana) – Qamar Charity Foundation Zakat al-Fitr (fitrana) is a charity given to the poor at the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. Crisis Aid suggests that £4 is given for each member of the household. Including children, adults, servants, etc – before the day of Eid.