ISLAMIC STUDIES: UNIT E VOCABULARLY MANAHIL AND IBSHAT (YUH DATS RIGHT…
ISLAMIC STUDIES: UNIT E VOCABULARLY MANAHIL AND IBSHAT (YUH DATS RIGHT IBSHAT)
Al gharimoon: People whom have debts.
Sabeelillah: Struggling for the cause and sake of Allah.
Zakat ul-Mal: Purify your wealth
Ar- Riqaab: To liberate a soul
Nisaab: is the minimum amount that a Muslim must have before being obliged to zakat.
Al makaseen: al-Hārith, a faithful Muslim and from the tribe of al-Muttalib, for which Muhammad had special responsibility
Quloobuhum:Sadaqa' literally means 'righteousness' and refers to the voluntary giving of alms or charity.
Ib-su-Sabeel: is the traveller who has become stranded, i.e., he does not have enough money to continue his journey.
Al furqaraa: 25th chapter of the Qur'an with 77 verse.
Al-Mu'allafatu: Friendly non muslims and/or new muslims.
Al-houl: One that has had the same money in their account for at least a houl/year.
Zakat Ul fitr: Zakat al-Fitr is a charity taken for the poor a few days before the end of fasting in the Islamic holy month of Ramadan
Al-Jihadu fee: a struggle or fight against the enemies of Islam.
Ikhlas: A concept of pure sadiqaah
Sadaqat-us-Sirr: Giving Sadaqat in secret.
Sadaqat-us-sirr: To keep the Sadiqaa we give secret
Riyaa'a: To show off.
Sdaqah: Like zakat but isn't with money
Sadaqaat: It means Voluntary. It is the noble act of giving donation to the needy.
Hasant: Reward given from allah that helps muslim goes to Jannah
Sadaqah Jariyah: When you provide a family with the seeds and tools to cultivate their own vegetables to not only feed them but also provide an income.
an endowment made by a Muslim to a religious, educational, or charitable cause
Al- 'Aamiloon Alayha: The poor. The people that have income but not enough.