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I enjoy reading most of the articles published in the esteemed daily. This refers to the article, Many beggars involved in drugs, prostitution, (July 26) that says: We will have beggars as long as people give alms and Zakat in a random manner...
Various charitable organizations have made zakat high-tech by deploying their booths across the city and collecting funds from donors through magnetic cards. All debit and credit card transactions are linked to these organizations' accounts and the
Rice selling and re-trading business is brisk in the Kingdom, with thousands of citizens and residents starting to purchase rice bags to distribute to poor people as part of Zakat Al-Fitr, the obligatory alms to be distributed ahead of Eid prayer.
Filipino Muslims preparing to celebrate Eid Al Fitr have been asked to give generously to those less fortunate back home. Every year we finance the Eid celebrations of our less-privileged Muslim brothers and sisters in the Philippines, said Dr Nasser
The Ministry of Social Affairs has urged members of the public not to give money to beggars because these people are often involved in drug dealing, prostitution and other crimes. Yousif Al-Siyali, director of the anti-begging directorate at the
Refugees and debt-ridden residents are legitimate recipients of zakat, said the Kingdom's Grand Mufti Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, who is also chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars. He urged people who are no longer in need of charity money to make way
The Ministry of Social Affairs is monitoring charities in the country closely during Ramadan to ensure there are proper accounts kept of Zakat Al-Fitr and other funds collected and distributed. Sources said that the ministry would require all
They don't collect money by force they are too smart for that. They have different means to do so, and are also creative in using current situations to convince the people of their condition. There exist legal donation and charity societies approved
Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) will launch 12 social projects in Qatar at a total cost of QR8,773,500 to serve 111,000 people during the holy month of Ramadan. Some projects will be completed during Ramadan, while others will extend over to the end of 2014,
The Shoura Council on Monday approved the draft law on collection of Zakat from commercial and vocational establishments. The Shoura endorsed the law after listening to the concerned committee's report containing the viewpoints and opinions of