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Zakat is one of the five pillars of islam. It serves as a reminder that we must be thankful to Allah for all that he provides.
The paying of Zakat also purifies what we have and increases it.
Allah says in the Quran:
"Take from their wealth so that you might purify and sanctify them" (9:103)
Donations of Zakat are distributed to those who are poor, needy and the destitute.This will be given in the form of cash.
Zakat is calculated at 2.5% of all earnings accrued over a lunar year.
Kaffarah is the compensation that you give if you deliberately miss or break a fast in the month of RamadhAan without a Shariah valid reason.
The required payment is for someone to either fast continuously for 60 days or feed 60 poor people at a rate of £4 per day per person.
This amounts to £240 Kaffarah for each missed/ broken fast.
When someone is unable to fast in Ramadhan due to ill health or pregnancy, they must pay to feed someone else.
Fidya is calcuated at a rate of £4.00 per day. If someone misses all fasts of Ramadhan, it would amount to £120.00
ANO will arrange to use any Fidya given to feed the poor in Syria this month.
"And as for those who can fast with difficulty, they have to feed a poor person" [Al-Qur'an 2:184].
We tend to take for granted the blessings we have been given. We have all the basic necessities and much more, whereas those who are deprived can barely feed their families.
Allah says in the Quran:
"And whatsoever you spend of anything (in the cause of Allah), He will replace it.'' (34:39)
Sadaqah is a voluntary charity. The giving of Sadaqah not only provides for others less fortunate than ourselves but in turn we are rewarded.
Prophet (SAW) has said: "The Believer's shade on the day of resurrection will be his charity."
ANO distributes your Sadaqah donations amongst those in need. This may be in the form of food, provisions, clean water, medical assistance or cash etc.