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Feed the Poor in Ramadan

By September 17, 2007

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Muslims generally strive to be generous and humble in their charitable contributions, especially during the holy month of Ramadan. In recent years, however, some Islamic charities have been shut down on allegations of re-routing funds to terrorist causes, causing Muslims to become wary of where their donation money is going. We have scaled down the list of the most reputable Islamic charities, helping the poor and needy throughout the world.

Of course, helping Muslims around the world is always admirable and needed. But are you possibly ignoring people in need who are in your own backyard? Here are some further tips about how you can help others this Ramadan.

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September 18, 2007 at 11:30 am
(1) Lukman says:

Its good to feed the poor, this is one of the value Islam adds to the life of the poor so that they will not feel neglected at anytime. The emphasy of feeding the poor in Islam does not start or end in Ramadan alone but throughout ones life.

Masallam

August 9, 2010 at 11:29 am
(2) erias says:

Sincerely such habit is very much essential because I have seen people dying here because they lack food. Allah should bless and reward anyone’s effort in this. Reach me out on my mail: kerias2k22yahoo.co.uk
I have many people who are crying out for help.
Here mosques have done it to feed people but only in ramathan. when ramathan is out then that is the end. we need this to run on and on throughout.

August 9, 2010 at 11:55 am
(3) Erias says:

Thanks for such a program. Best regards and rewards to those who really endevour to contibute.
Sorry my mail: kerias2k2@yahoo.co.uk (+256782472061)

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