Umrah Experts Hajj and Umrah Guide — Importance of Zakat in Islam

Being a practical Muslim you must have sympathy for the poor Muslims who are living from hand to mouth and the best way is to help them is Zakat (alms) which is very important in Islam particularly for those who are financially strong. rnBacklinks Image For Post

Islam a religion of love, peace, great virtues and blessings. It is a religion of knowledge and information for every aspect of life. The religion Islam is like a building which needs pillars for its formation and there are 5 pillars who plays an important role in the formation of Islam and which holds its foundation. Zakat is the fourth fundamental in Islam which makes it a mandatory act. All those Muslims who are financially able it is obligatory for them to pay Zakat to poor and all those who need it. Zakat is a beautiful process through which every Muslim helps those Muslim brothers and sisters who need it and can’t afford their living. 

Zakat is a demonstration of feeling and love for our Muslims brothers and sisters who are deprived of the daily life needs and necessities and can’t afford a single happiness of their life. The true concept and purpose of Zakat are to purify one’s soul and wealth. In fact, the word of Zakat is a combination of both “Development” and “Purification” which justify the true purpose so those Muslims who have enough money and wealth should’ve given a little amount to those who don’t have anything spend to fulfil their daily life needs. The true reason of giving Zakat is to remember that everything that we have and possess in our life belongs to only Allah Almighty and everything is going back to Him. If He can give us something so He can take that back from us too. 

 In order to give Zakat, there are some criteria following through one can give Zakat to a needy. To giving the Zakat one should remember the date when he/she became the owner of Nissab (that specific amount on which Zakat is going to be applied) and after one year if you are still the owner of the Nissab then one should give the Zakat. Zakat is imposed on 2.5% of the amount and available estimation of the Zakat-capable belongings. It is applicable to every those Muslim who owns Nissab equal to 613.35 grams of silver or 87.49 grams of gold or those Muslim who owns assets equal to the value of silver or the gold.  The importance of giving Zakat can be seen by this fulfilment the obligation of Zakat leads ones to get rewards and blessings from Allah Almighty and declining of it will lead one to receive punishment from Allah Almighty in this life and the afterlife. Seeing that most Muslims preferred to fulfil this religious obligation in the Holy Month of Ramadan but performing this obligation while performing the Ibadah of Umrha through Cheap Umrah Packages 2019 will benefit one more.

There is nothing great to go on the spiritual quest of Umrah in the holy month of Ramadan with Ramadan Umrah Packages 2019 and giving the Zakat will help us to gain more blessings from Allah Almighty. So it is a great chance of getting more rewards and blessings from Allah Almighty just by performing both religious obligations of Umrah and Zakat with the help of December Umrah Packages 2019 and with this seek forgiveness our sins from Allah Almighty.

Ramadan one of the holiest month in the religion Islam which has great significance and huge importance in a Muslim life. Ramadan is a month of great virtue for one who follows and perform the Ibadah in it. It is the month of fasting in which Muslim spend a long time of the day without eating and drinking and during that time they were indulging in prayer and performing the Ibadan. Fasting in the holy month of Ramadan is one of the five fundamental concepts of religion Islam on which the structure of Islam stands. During this pious month, a Muslim is required to abstain himself from some specific acts which are displeasing near the Allah Almighty in order to seek His blessings.

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