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THE THIRD PILLAR OF ISLAM

Zakah is 2.5% of a Muslim’s income and savings after they have taken care of their families. It is an obligation like the five daily prayers, and is not a voluntary act of worship. Your zakah is providing relief to many people worldwide including food, shelter, medication and monetary contributions to the beneficiaries.

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Zakah Appeal

Support the needy around the world with your Zakah.

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Zakah Appeal

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£500

Zakah Appeal

Support the needy around the world with your Zakah.

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Your zakah contributions have provided ease and relief to many of our brothers and sisters across various calamity-stricken countries worldwide including Burma, Palestine, Kenya, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and others. The zakat recipients are very grateful for your donations, may Allah swt accept it from you all.

Your zakah donations are used across Yemen, Syria, Gaza and many other calamity-stricken countries to provide those who are eligible with life-saving food, monetary contributions and emergency aid

Allah swt says in the Qur’an:
“And establish prayer and give Zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah.” [2:110]

Donate your Zakah today and fulfil the third pillar of your faith, Islam. Rest assured, One Ummah will use your zakah to provide the most needy people worldwide with their rightful aid, which will ultimately bring them some relief during their times of hardship.

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Jazakum Allah Khayr for visiting this appeals page. Many millions worldwide need our help. We can’t help them without your support. Please donate below and save lives today.

FAQs

1 What is Zakah?

Zakah is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is a religious obligation or tax for all Muslims who meet the necessary criteria. It is a vital part of the social islamic welfare system. Zakah is 2.5% or 1/40th of one's savings/wealth.

2 Who receives Zakah?

Beneficiaries of Zakah are made up of eight categories. These are 1 The poor 2 The needy 3 Administrators of Zakah 4 Those whose hearts are to be reconciled (recently converted) 5 Those in bondage (to be freed from slavery) 6 Those is debt 7 In the cause of Allah 8 wayfarer (stranded traveller)

3 Do I need to pay Zakah?

If you are an Adult and sane minded then you are eligible to pay Zakah.

4 Is Zakah compulsory?

Yes, Zakah is compulsory for every Muslim.

5 How often do I have to pay Zakah?

Zakah is paid annually i.e. every single year.

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