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Please Tell Your Friends About islam

Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

(In the name of Allah, the most Beneficient, the most Merciful)

In a society the rich have their duties towards the poor. Those who have become unsuccessful in their struggle of life, those who are suffering from extreme poverty, those who are in distress, have their rights on the wealth of the rich Muslims. In the Quran and Hadith there is teaching to do good to the poor and the distressed. About this it is said in the Holy Quran. “The needy and the deprived people have rights on their (the rich) wealth.” (sura Zariat: 19)

It is Islam that for the time has given great emphasis o9n helping the orphan and the penniles, helpless and the distressed. Giving away gifts to the poor does not decreases, rather increases one’s wealth.

In the Hadith it is described that if a person gives away gifts to the poor which is earned by Halal means, and if the gift is even of the quantity of a date, Almighty Allah will give him/her in return a lot of neki (benefit) amounting to a mountain. The Prophet (Sm) says: “O the Muslims, the best house is that in which there is an prphan and he is treated well, and worst house is that in which there is an orphan but he is badly treated.”

Our beloved Prophet (Sm) says: “Almighty Allah will give fruit from heaven to a person who gives food to the hungry. Allah will give sweet drinks in heaven who gives water to the thirsty. Allah will give dress in heaven to a person who gives clothes to the poor.”
To get peace in the life hereafter by getting nearness of Allah the rights of the distressed and the poor should properly be fulfilled. Helping hands should have extended to them when they are in danger and difficulties