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Zakat/ fidyah


The word “zakat” means “to purify”; it is the third pillar of Islam which is an obligation upon all Muslims. Zakat is essentially an act of worship for Muslims to purify their wealth, cleanse their souls and benefit themselves as well as others.



Fidyah is a fine imposed towards a person for certain reasons or deliberately delaying the qada’ for Ramadhan, by feeding the poor with a measure of a basic food for every day that a person missed his obligation to fast during Ramadhan.


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