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Zakat or Poor Due
The Signs of Qiyamah
The Rightly-Guided Caliphs
Justice in Islam
The Prerequisites of the Declaration of Faith
The Fast of Ramadan
Introduction to Salat
How to perform Salat
Salat - Mathematical Structure
70 Matters Related to Fasting
Ramadan: The Month of Mercy to Muslims
Reaping the benefits of Ramadan
The virtue of the last ten days of Ramadaan and Laylat al-Qadr
The Salaf In Ramadaan
Remaining Steadfast After Ramadhaan
Reality and Obligation in Ramadan
Ramadhan: A Reminder of Unity
In Ramadan Paradise Opens its Doors
Ramadan Month of the Quraan
Questions on Ramadhaan
On Fasting Without Prayers
The Inner Secrets of Fasting
Important Lessons From Ramadan
Establishing Ramadhan and Other Islamic Dates
Eid & Zakat ul-Fitr
Salah or Prayer
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 Zakat or Poor Due

Every Muslim is obliged to pay annually 2 1/2 % of his cash savings and liquid assets like gold, silver, bonds etc. to his less fortunate fellow human beings. This money is to be spent for the financial benefits of the needy, specially those who hesitate to ask for help. Your poor close relatives get the first consideration. Thereafter the poor in your neighborhood, then those in the society, the unemployed, the stranded traveler, the new converts abandoned by their relatives, and those who ask for help. This is to be done very honorably and without expectation of any worldly gain. Such willful sacrifice of one`s personal wealth for the benefit of the needy, broadens one`s heart and gets rid of miserly selfish attitudes. When the call for greater sacrifice in the path of God comes, they come forward without hesitation.