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Ramadan Emergency Appeals

Disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. We might think we are safe but no one knows what is around the corner. We ask Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَى to keep us, our families, friends and the rest of the ummah safe from all tests, trials and tribulations.

Donate for Ramadan Emergency Appeals and Help Save Lives.

It is our Responsibility to Help the Ones in Need

Islam teaches us to help those in need as it is a great act of worship and kindness. Both the Quran and the Sunnah (Hadith) mentions the virtues of helping other in numerous places. Here is an Ayah and a Hadith that specifically mentions the great reward for helping your fellow Muslim brothers and sisters in need:

“Charity is for those in need, who, in Allah’s cause are restricted (from travel), and cannot move about in the land, seeking (For trade or work). The ignorant man thinks, because of their modesty, that they are free from want. Thou shalt know them by their (unfailing) mark: They beg not importunately from all the sundry. And whatever good ye give, be assured Allah knoweth it well.”

Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayah 273:

This Ayah highlights the importance of giving charity (Zakat) to those who are in need and unable to earn a livelihood due to restrictions, highlighting that charity is a means of recognising and alleviating their suffering.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said,

“Whoever alleviates the need of a needy person, Allah will alleviate his needs in this world and the Hereafter. Whoever shields a Muslim, Allah will shield him in this world and the Hereafter. And Allah will help his servant as long as he helps his brother.”

(Sahih Muslim)

This Hadith beautifully illustrates the concept of mutual support and assistance in Islam. It promises divine help and support to those who aid others, emphasizing the virtue of helping those in need, especially fellow Muslims.