Charity | Page 21 of 33 | About Islam
Home > Tag: Charity (page 21)

Tag: Charity

Eidul Adha

Well Known Organizations Where You Can Make Udhiyah

The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said,”For every hair of the Qurbani you will receive a reward from Allah, and for every strand of its wool you will receive a reward.” (Tirmidhi) Udhiya or Qurbani is a reminder of Prophet Ibrahim’s (as) obedience and devotion to Allah (swt). It is a religious obligation that …

adam sinned first

Adam or Eve: Who Sinned First?

Salam Dear Rawa, Thank you very much for this question which reflects your deep research and great desire to know and understand things. In fact, it took me some time to review all the literature available on this hadith you referred to, which is mentioned in both Al-Bukhari and Muslim. Some Muslim scholars have tried …

Georgia Senior Muslim Students Launch Free Shifa Clinic - About Islam

Georgia Senior Muslim Students Launch Free Shifa Clinic

Seeking to help their community, five senior Muslim students in the University of Georgia have volunteered to create Shifa Clinic Athens, which kicked off earlier this year as one of many clinics around the nation open to under-privileged and under-insured members of the community.

100,000 Muslims Mark `Eid in Birmingham Park - About Islam

100,000 Muslims Mark `Eid in Birmingham Park

BIRMINGHAM – In the largest `Eid celebration in Europe, more than 100,000 Muslims gathered in a single UK park on Sunday in Birmingham, to celebrate the Islamic feast and attend prayer.

8 Basic Errors Muslims Make when Paying Zakat Al-Fitr - About Islam

8 Basic Errors Muslims Make when Paying Zakat Al-Fitr

Charity is given to both Non-Muslims and Muslims. However, Zakat al-Fitr charity is something exclusive to the MUSLIM poor and needy. Hence, one could not give Zakah Al-Fitr to any needy person on the street. “Regular” charity can be given to them, but not Zakat Al-Fitr.

70-Year-old Montreal Muslim Woman Feeds 300 Daily - About Islam

70-Year-old Montreal Muslim Woman Feeds 300 Daily

As Muslims prepare to conclude their Ramadan fasting, 70-year-old Sabariah Hussein is not willing to give up her daily cooking to feed the needy and homeless, a tradition has has preserved for longtime.



find out more!