Religious Dues

As you may know, Zakah is a crucial pillar of Islam: a major teaching that raises awareness about the importance of helping those who are most vulnerable.

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Sadaqah is a voluntary charity given to please Allah S.W.T and solve the hurdles faced by impoverished communities.

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The literal meaning of Sadaqah Jariyah is ongoing or continuous charity. It is a voluntary charity that people can give on behalf of themselves or their loved ones, even those who have passed away.

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Aqiqah is an Islamic ritual performed upon the birth of a child. This ceremony expresses thankfulness to Allah S.W.T for blessing the family with offspring.

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Through Saba Relief’s Fidya fund, you can help the poorest families and starving people in Yemen who struggle to feed themselves and their families. Comfort them during hardship; fulfil your religious duty for each missed fast to serve humanity.

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Zakat al-Fitr/Fitrana is an obligatory religious charity, compulsory for those who have enough wealth. Fitrana is given to ensure the needy and the impoverished can celebrate Eid al Fitr with ease and with a celebratory spirit.

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