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2:1 I, Allah, am the best Knower.
2:2 This Book, there is no doubt in it, is a guide to those who keep their duty,
2:3 Who believe in the Unseen and keep up prayer and spend out of what We have given them

The most frequently recurring words for charity in the Qur’an are infaaq, which means spending benevolently; ihsaan, which means the doing of good; Zakaat, which means growth and purification and sadaqah, which is derived from the root sidq, meaning truth, and comes to signify a charitable deed. The very words to denote charitable deeds are an indication of the broadness of its conception.

Charity in Islam is a Religious and Social obligation

2:1 I, Allah, am the best Knower. 2:2 This Book, there is no doubt in it, is a guide to those who keep their duty, 2:3 Who believe in the Unseen and keep up prayer and spend out of what We have given them The most frequently recurring words for charity in the Qur’an are infaaq, which means spending benevolently; ihsaan, which means the [...]

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Thousands Protest Clothing Ban

Anger at plans to ban Religious wear In a move similar to that which was successful in France two years ago, a Quebec minister is attempting to have all religious clothing and symbols banned in public worker positions. The proposed ban of headscarves, turbans and other religious garments is part of a proposed overhaul of the Canadian province’s [...]

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The struggle of religious minorities in Indonesia

…But the Ahmadis are not alone in their struggle to practice their faith in Indonesia. Last week, a group of about 300 people from a variety of religious backgrounds staged a rally at Indonesia’s parliament, demanding that their rights as citizens to freely worship, a right enshrined in the constitution, be respected. Muslims complain [...]

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Dutch call for ban on religious slaughter

In the Netherlands, an animal rights party and the far-right Freedom Party are pushing for a ban on kosher and halal slaughter methods which critics say inflict unacceptable suffering on animals. The parties say religious slaughter should only be allowed on the proviso that Jewish and Muslim groups can prove the process is humane. Al Jazeera’s [...]

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Celebrating Religious Festivals

Followers of all religions celebrate festivals in the name of their religion such as Christmas, Eid, Diwali etc. Although the name of the religion is invoked but the celebration itself is actually devoid of much of the spirit of religion and merely a commercial venture. If followers of all religions displayed the true spirit of religion in [...]

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