Hajj Badal | Hajj e Badal | Badal Hajj | حج البدل
Hajj Badal | Hajj e Badal | Badal Hajj | حج البدل
Hajj Badal | Hajj e Badal | Badal Hajj | حج البدل

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The deadline for Hajj Badal bookings is Tuesday 31st July, 2018.

Hajj on behalf of your parents or grandparents – alive or deceased, or other loved ones.


Based in Madeenah (Saudi Arabia), Fatwa-Online is pleased to present this hajj badal service.

A qualified student of knowledge from the Islamic University of Madeenah or Umm al-Qura University in Makkah – who has already performed his own hajj – will be appointed to perform the hajj badal on your behalf. He will benefit from the fee he receives by allowing him to maintain himself / his family whilst studying, in shaa.-Allaah. So your fee has a double benefit in having the hajj badal performed as well as helping a student of knowledge, in shaa.-Allaah.


Just some of the benefits of using this service

1) Very competitive price
Our price is very competitive in comparison to those of the hajj tour operators. From our research, the hajj tour operators currently offer their lowest prices from £3,500 moving up to £4,000 and beyond! – that’s anywhere from three to six times more than what we charge for our simple no-hassles service;

2) Student of knowledge
We guarantee that your hajj will be performed according to the Noble Qur.aan and the Authentic Sunnah, since we will be utilising our resources from amongst the qualified students at the Islamic University of Madeenah and Umm al-Qura University in Makkah, in shaa.-Allaah;

3) Certificate of completion
Upon the completion of the hajj badal, we shall send you a notification email simply to confirm that your hajj badal was successfully completed, in addition to emailing you a certificate testifying so, as well as a photograph of the student in shaa.-Allaah;

4) Double-edged benefit
The student of knowledge appointed to perform the hajj badal for you will benefit from the fee he receives by allowing him to maintain himself / his family whilst studying here in either Madeenah or Makkah, in shaa.-Allaah. So your fee has a double-edged benefit in having the hajj badal performed as well as helping a student of knowledge, in shaa.-Allaah.


How the hajj badal service operates

1) Enter the name and gender of the person on behalf of whom you would like to book the hajj badal, then click the ‘Add to Cart‘ button.

2) Click the ‘View Cart‘ button.

3) Click the ‘Proceed to Checkout‘ button.

4) Select your mode of payment – either ‘Direct Bank Transfer‘ or ‘PayPal‘. Please use your Order ID as the payment reference. Your order will not be processed until the funds have cleared in our account.

5) Upon confirmation the funds have cleared in our account, we will instruct the student of knowledge to embark upon the hajj badal journey, making sure to notify him of the exact name of the person on behalf of whom he is to do the hajj badal, in shaa.-Allaah;

6) Once he has completed the hajj rites, we shall send you a notification email informing you the hajj badal has been completed, in addition to emailing you a certificate testifying so, as well as a photograph of the student in shaa.-Allaah.


Some of the things you will need to consider when doing hajj badal yourself

1) Find a reliable hajj tour operator
Naturally, you would wish to feel confident that all the rites of hajj are performed according to the correct understanding of the Qur.aan and the Sunnah and free from any innovations;

2) Allocate funds
You can expect to pay the chosen hajj tour operator anywhere from £3,500 upwards. The hajj tour operators presently available offer a wide range of packages and prices that are not always affordable to many. By opting for our hassle-free service, those who cannot afford these expensive tour operators for themselves can rest assured their hajj badal will be performed by us at a very reasonable price;

3) Book time off work
This can pose a problem for many people who do not have a choice when they can take their annual leave and as a result may have to take unpaid leave. Moreover, it may prove difficult to take the sufficient amount of time off work that is required by the hajj tour operator as most groups remain in Saudi Arabia for two weeks or more, whilst the hajj rites are generally completed in 5-6 days;

4) Vaccinations
You will need to comply with the Ministry of Hajj requirement of having all the necessary vaccinations to safeguard against illness and disease during hajj, the most important vaccination being for meningitis.

More Islamic legal rulings about Hajj Badal

Reference: al-Muntaqaa min Fataawa Shaykh Saalih al-Fowzaan – Volume 2, Page 162-163, Fatwa No.141

Shaykh Saailh ibn Fowzaan was asked: What are the actions which benefit the parents, both [when they are] alive and [when they are] dead?

The Shaykh responded: [From] the actions are honouring them during their life, and extending [all forms of] good towards them in speech and action and undertaking the responsibility for all their needs in terms of their financial needs and their dwelling and other than that, and being kind and gentle towards them, and (maintaining) good speech with them and being of service to them, as He (Ta’aala) says:

{And your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him. And that you be dutiful to your parents}, [soorah al-Israa., aayah 23]

As for after their death, then that which remains in [terms of] honouring them also is supplication and giving in charity on their behalf and performing the hajj and the umrah on their behalf and settling the debts they were responsible for, and maintaining the ties of the womb (kinship) which are related to them both and also honouring their friends and executing their [Islaamically] legislated will.


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Please specify the name and gender of the person on behalf of whom the Hajj Badal is to be performed…

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Umrah Badal | Umrah e Badal | Badal Umrah | عمرة البدل
Umrah Badal | Umrah e Badal | Badal Umrah | عمرة البدل
Umrah Badal | Umrah e Badal | Badal Umrah | عمرة البدل

Umrah on behalf of your parents or grandparents – alive or deceased, or other loved ones.

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Based in Madeenah (Saudi Arabia), Fatwa-Online is pleased to present this badal umrah service.

A qualified student of knowledge from the Islamic University of Madeenah or Umm al-Qura University in Makkah will be appointed to perform the umrah badal on your behalf; He will benefit from the fee he receives by allowing him to maintain himself / his family whilst studying, in shaa.-Allaah. So your fee has a double benefit in having the umrah badal performed as well as helping a student of knowledge, in shaa.-Allaah.

This service is offered at a cost of only £149 for the umrah badal at off-peak times throughout the year, and £199 at peak times during Ramadhaan, Dhul-Qi’dah and Dhul-Hijjah.


Just some of the benefits of using this service

1) Very competitive price
Our price is very competitive in comparison to those of the umrah tour operators. From our research, the umrah tour operators currently offer their lowest prices upwards of £750! – that’s anywhere from three to four times more than what we charge for our simple no-hassles service;

2) Student of knowledge
We guarantee that your umrah badal will be performed according to the Noble Qur.aan and the Authentic Sunnah, since we will be utilising our resources from amongst the qualified students at the Islamic University of Madeenah and Umm al-Qura University in Makkah, in shaa.-Allaah;

3) Certificate of completion
Upon the completion of the umrah badal, we shall send you a notification email simply to confirm that your umrah badal was performed successfully, in addition to emailing you a certificate testifying so, in shaa.-Allaah;

4) Double-edged benefit
The student of knowledge appointed to perform the umrah badal for you will benefit from the fee he receives by allowing him to maintain himself / his family whilst studying here in Madeenah, in shaa.-Allaah. So your fee has a double-edged benefit in having the umrah badal performed as well as helping a student of knowledge, in shaa.-Allaah.


How the umrah badal service operates

1) Select WHEN you would like the umrah badal to be performed.
Please note umrah badal performed during the peak season costs £199, and off-peak costs £149.

2) Enter the name and gender of the person on behalf of whom you would like to book the umrah badal, then click the ‘Add to Cart‘ button.

3) Click the ‘View Cart‘ button.

4) Click the ‘Proceed to Checkout‘ button.

5) Select your mode of payment – either ‘Direct Bank Transfer‘ or ‘PayPal‘. Please use your Order ID as the payment reference. Your order will not be processed until the funds have cleared in our account.

6) Upon confirmation the funds have cleared in our account, we will instruct the student of knowledge to embark upon the umrah badal journey, making sure to notify him of the exact name of the person on behalf of whom he is to do the umrah badal, in shaa.-Allaah;

7) Once he has completed the umrah rites, we shall send you a notification email informing you the umrah badal has been completed, in addition to emailing you a certificate testifying so, as well as a photograph of the student in shaa.-Allaah.


Things to consider when doing umrah badal yourself

1) Find a reliable umrah tour operator
Naturally, you would wish to feel confident that all the rites of umrah are performed according to the correct understanding of the Qur.aan and the Sunnah and free from any innovations;

2) Allocate funds
You can expect to pay the chosen umrah tour operator anywhere from £750 upwards. The umrah tour operators presently available offer a wide range of packages and prices that are not always affordable to many. By opting for our hassle-free service, those who cannot afford these expensive tours for themselves can rest assured their umrah badal will be performed by us at a very reasonable price;

3) Book time off work
This can pose a problem for many people who do not have a choice when they can take their annual leave and as a result may have to take unpaid leave. Moreover, it may prove difficult to take the sufficient amount of time off work that is required by the umrah tour operator as most groups remain in Saudi Arabia for two weeks or more, whilst the umrah rites are generally completed in 1 day;

4) Vaccinations
You will need to comply with the Ministry of Hajj requirement of having all the necessary vaccinations to safeguard against illness and disease during umrah, the most important vaccination being for meningitis.

More Islamic legal rulings about Umrah Badal

Reference: Majmoo’ Fataawa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwa’ah – Volume 16

Shaykh Ibn Baaz was asked: Some of the Scholars say that the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) permitted the performing of the Hajj on behalf of the deceased, and not the ‘umrah; So is it correct [to perform] ‘umrah [on behalf of the deceased]? We are in need of knowing the evidences, so [please] benefit us [and] may Allaah reward you with good.

The Shaykh responded: It is permissible to perform the ‘umrah on behalf of another, just like the hajj – whether or not the person is deceased or frail due to old age or an illness which is not anticipated to pass. So he is allowed to perform the hajj and the ‘umrah on his behalf.

A man came to the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and said: O Messenger of Allaah, indeed my father is an old man, and he is unable to perform the hajj and nor undertake the journey, so should I perform the hajj and ‘umrah on his behalf? He said:

«Perform Hajj and ‘Umrah on behalf of your father» – [transmitted by Imaam Ahmad from the hadeeth of Abu Ruzayn al-‘Uqaylee No.15751, and an-Nasaa.ee No.2621].

So there is no harm in performing the hajj [and umrah] on his behalf.


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Fidyah for Hajj and Umrah | فدية حج و عمرة
Fidyah for Hajj and Umrah | فدية حج و عمرة
Fidyah for Hajj and Umrah | فدية حج و عمرة

Ransom for legislated violations occurring during hajj and umrah.

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Pay your fidyah (ransom) in the form of a sacrifice (one sheep) for any legislated violations occurring during hajj and umrah by offering a sacrifice in Makkah and having the meat distributed to the poor and needy of the people of Makkah.

The cost of offering the sacrifice (one sheep) and having the meat suitably packed and distributed to the poor and needy of the people of Makkah is only £149.


Reference: Majmoo’ Fataawa ash-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen – Volume 22, Pages 205-206

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen was asked: Some people think that if a person does one of the actions that are forbidden in ihraam, that he has to offer a sacrifice, or fast for three days, or feed six poor persons, and that can choose whichever of these three he wants.

The Shaykh Responded: It is haraam for the pilgrim who is in ihraam for Hajj or ‘Umrah to shave his hair, cut his nails or cover his head with something that is attached to the head, to wear stitched clothes (for men), to wear the face-veil and gloves (for women), to wear perfume on the body or clothes, to hunt game, to enter into a marriage contract, and to have intercourse or engage in foreplay.

If the pilgrim in ihraam does any of these forbidden things, then one of the following scenarios must apply:

1) He did it because he forgot, or was unaware of the ruling, or he was forced to do it, or he was asleep – in which case he does not have to do anything (i.e., offer any fidyah)

2) He did it deliberately, but with an excuse that made it permissible to do something that is ordinarily forbidden, in which case there is no sin on him but he has to offer the fidyah for doing that. We will explain this in more detail below.

3) He did it deliberately with no excuse, in which case he has sinned and must offer a fidyah, of which there are three types:

(a) That for which there is no fidyah, which is entering into a marriage contract.

(b) That for which the fidyah is to sacrifice a camel, which is having intercourse before the first stage of exiting ihraam.

(c) That for which the fidyah is to fast for three days, which may be done consecutively or separately, as he chooses; or to sacrifice a sheep of a type that is acceptable for sacrifice, or one-seventh of a camel or cow instead, and to distribute its meat among the poor and not eat any of it himself; or to feed six poor persons, giving each one half a saa’[1] of staple food. He is given the choice between these three options if he removes any hair or nails, puts on perfume, touches a woman with desire (but without having intercourse), if a woman puts on gloves or a face-veil, or if a male puts on stitched clothes or covers his head.

4) That for which the fidyah is to offer something equivalent, namely hunting game. If the game hunted has an equivalent, then he is given the choice of three options:

(i) slaughtering the equivalent and distributing its meat to the poor

(ii) finding out its value and giving food of an equal value to be given to the poor, giving each poor person half a saa’

(iii) Fasting instead, one day for each poor person

If there is nothing equivalent to the game that was hunted, then he is given the choice between two things:

(i) finding out the value of the game that was killed and giving the equivalent in food to the poor, giving each poor person half a saa’

(ii) Fasting instead, one day for each poor person.

Footnote:
[1] One Saa` is equal to four (4) Mudd, and one (1) Mudd is equal to the amount held by cupping the two hands together. It is a measure by volume not by weight.


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‘Arafah Cold Water Distribution | توزيع الماء البارد في عرفة
‘Arafah Cold Water Distribution | توزيع الماء البارد في عرفة
‘Arafah Cold Water Distribution | توزيع الماء البارد في عرفة

We have now begun taking orders for distribution during Hajj 2018.

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From the luxury of your home, take a share of the reward to be gained on the Greatest Day of the year, by providing chilled bottled mineral water to the guests of Allaah – the Hajj pilgrims in worship in ‘Arafah.

With 1 box containing 30 x 600ml bottles for £10 – that’s just 33p per bottle!


Reference: Sunan an-Nasaa.ee – 6/24, No.3664; al-Albaanee declared it Hasan

Sa’d ibn ‘Ubaadah narrates:

I said: O Messenger of Allaah, my mother has died, so should I give charity on her behalf?

He said: «Yes»

I said: So which charity is the best?

He said: «The provision of water»

Reference: Sunan Ibn Maajah – 2/1214, No.3684; al-Albaanee declared it Hasan

Sa’d ibn ‘Ubaadah narrates:

I said: O Messenger of Allaah, which charity is the best?

He said: «The provision of water»


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‘Arafah Hot Food Distribution | توزيع الوجبات الساخنة في عرفة
‘Arafah Hot Food Distribution | توزيع الوجبات الساخنة في عرفة
‘Arafah Hot Food Distribution | توزيع الوجبات الساخنة في عرفة

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We have now begun taking orders for distribution during Hajj 2018.

From the luxury of your home, take a share of the reward to be gained on the Greatest Day of the year, by providing hot food to the guests of Allaah – the Hajj pilgrims in worship in ‘Arafah.

alhamdu lillaah, we have the capacity to serve 10,000 pilgrims this year, in shaa.-Allaah.

The cooked meal is distributed to each pilgrim in a large foil container, comprising:

  • rice (Bukhari / Mandi / Madini / Biryani);
  • 1/4 chicken (leg and thigh / breast and wing).

Note: Price listed is per person, and the minimum order quantity is for 10 persons.

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Iftar | Iftaar | Feed the fasting inside al-Masjid an-Nabawee | إفطار الصائم داخل المسجد النبوي

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Reserve a serving spread for a minimum of 10 fasting people inside al-Masjid an-Nabawee (al-Madeenah an-Nabawiyyah) every:

  1. Monday.
  2. Thursday.
  3. 13th, 14th and 15th of each Islamic calendar month.
  4. 9th, 10th and 11th of Muharram (‘Aashooraa).
  5. during the blessed month of Ramadhaan.
  6. during the month of Shawwaal.
  7. 9th of Dhul-Hijjah (day of ‘Arafah).


The iftaar (breaking the fast) meal comprises:

  • yoghurt tub.
  • duqqah – mixture of ground spices.
  • freshly baked bread – shurayk.
  • fresh dates.
  • fresh arabic coffee.


The price includes a full layout and disposal service within al-Masjid an-Nabawee comprising:

  • plastic serving spread
  • serving trays.
  • spoons.
  • napkins.
  • coffee flask.

Our service begins right after the ‘Asr prayer through to Maghrib, and then after the prayer any leftovers are layed out once again until finished, in shaa.-Allaah.


Reference: Ahmad, at-Tirmidhee (who declared it Saheeh), Ibn Maajah and Ibn Hibbaan

The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

«He who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, except that nothing will be reduced from the fasting person’s reward».


Note: Price listed is per person.

Be sure to select the correct option – corresponding to when you wish to feed the fasting Muslims, then add the total number (minimum 10) to the basket below to calculate the total cost:

£2.90£8.70 Select options
Iftar | Iftaar | Feed the Fasting | إفطار الصائم
Iftar | Iftaar | Feed the Fasting | إفطار الصائم
Iftar | Iftaar | Feed the Fasting | إفطار الصائم

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Reserve a serving spread for a minimum of 10 fasting people every:

  1. Monday.
  2. Thursday.
  3. 13th, 14th and 15th of each Islamic calendar month.
  4. 9th, 10th and 11th of Muharram (‘Aashooraa).
  5. day during the blessed month of Ramadhaan.
  6. during the month of Shawwaal.
  7. 9th of Dhul-Hijjah (day of ‘Arafah).


The cooked iftaar meal served to the poor and needy Muslims, comprises:

  • 1 portion of rice (Bukhari / Mandi / Biryani);
  • 1/4 roast chicken (leg and thigh / breast and wing);
  • 1 small (handsized) box of dates;
  • 1 bottle of mineral water (min. 500ml).


Reference: Ahmad, at-Tirmidhee (who declared it Saheeh), Ibn Maajah and Ibn Hibbaan

The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

«He who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, except that nothing will be reduced from the fasting persons reward».


Note: Price listed is per person.

Be sure to select the correct option – corresponding to the total number of fasting Muslims (minimum 10) you wish to feed, then add the total number to the basket below to calculate the total cost:

£2.00£2.70 Select options
Fidyah Siyaam Ramadhaan | فدية صيام رمضان
Fidyah Siyaam Ramadhaan | فدية صيام رمضان
Fidyah Siyaam Ramadhaan | فدية صيام رمضان

The legal requirement is to feed a poor and needy Muslim for every day one is unable to fast in Ramadhaan.

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The cooked meal served to a poor and needy Muslim, comprises:

  • 1 portion of rice (Bukhari / Mandi / Biryani);
  • 1/4 roast chicken (leg and thigh / breast and wing);
  • 1 small (handsized) box of dates;
  • 1 bottle of mineral water (min. 500ml).

Reference: Fataawa al-Lajnah ad-Daa.imah lil-Buhooth al-‘Ilmiyyah wal-Iftaa – Volume 11, Page 164

The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Verdicts was asked about the giving of food by one who is unable to fast in Ramadhaan, such as old men, old women and the incurably sick.

The Permanent Committee responded: If a person is unable to fast in Ramadhaan because of old age, such as elderly men and women, or it is very difficult for them to fast, then they are allowed not to fast, but they have to feed one poor person for each day, giving half a saa'[1] of wheat, dates or rice etc, the same as he gives to his own family. The same applies to a sick person who is unable to fast or for whom it is very difficult to fast, and there is no hope of recovery for him, because Allaah says:

{Allaah burdens not a person beyond his scope}, soorah al-Baqarah, aayah 286

{…and [Allaah] has not laid upon you in religion any hardship}, soorah al-Hajj, aayah 78

{And as for those who can fast with difficulty, (e.g. an old man), they have [a choice either to fast or] to feed a Miskeen (poor and needy person) [for every day]}, soorah al-Baqarah, aayah 184

Footnote:
[1] One Saa` is equal to four (4) Mudd, and one (1) Mudd is equal to the amount held by cupping the two hands together. It is a measure by volume not by weight.


Note: Price listed is per day.

Be sure to select the correct option – corresponding to the total number of days for which you wish to make fidyah, then add the total number to the basket below to calculate the total cost:

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Kaffarah | Kaffara | Expiation for fast of Ramadhaan | كفارة صيام رمضان
Kaffarah | Kaffara | Expiation for fast of Ramadhaan | كفارة صيام رمضان
Kaffarah | Kaffara | Expiation for fast of Ramadhaan | كفارة صيام رمضان

The legal requirement is to feed a poor and needy Muslim for every day of fasting missed during Ramadhaan, but failed to make-up before the arrival of the following Ramadhaan.

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The cooked meal served to a poor and needy Muslim, comprises:

  • 1 portion of rice (Bukhari / Mandi / Biryani);
  • 1/4 roast chicken (leg and thigh / breast and wing);
  • 1 small (handsized) box of dates;
  • 1 bottle of mineral water (min. 500ml).

Reference: Fataawa Ramadhaan – Volume 2, Page 554, Fatwa No.536
Tuhfatul-Ikhwaan bi-Ajwibah Muhimmah tata’allaaq bi-Arkan al-Islaam – Page 177

Shaykh Ibn Baaz was asked: What is the ruling regarding the one who did not make up the missed fasts of Ramadhaan until the arrival of the following Ramadhaan, whilst he did not have a[n Islaamically valid] reason? Is it sufficient for him to repent [to Allaah] in addition to making up [the missed fasts] or is he [also] required to make an expiation (kaffaarah)?

The Shaykh responded: He is required to repent to Allaah (Subhaanahu wa Ta’aala) and make up the [missed] fasts in addition to feeding a poor and needy person for every [missed] day, and that is the amount of half a saa'[1] from the staple diet of the land from dates, wheat, rice or other than them. And the amount is equivalent to one and a half kilograms, and thereafter, nothing further is required of him in making an expiation (kaffaarah). This is how a group of the Companions (radhiyAllaahu ‘anhum), amongst them was Ibn ‘Abbaas (radhi-yAllaahu ‘anhumaa), had ruled.

If, however, he was excused due to illness or travel, or if a woman was excused due to pregnancy or breast feeding thereby causing her difficulty in fasting, then nothing is required of them except to make up the [missed] fasts.

Footnote:
[1] One Saa` is equal to four (4) Mudd, and one (1) Mudd is equal to the amount held by cupping the two hands together. It is a measure by volume not by weight.


Note: Price listed is per day.

Be sure to select the correct option – corresponding to the total number of days for which you wish to make kaffaarah for, then add the total number to the basket below to calculate the total cost:

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Kaffarah | Kaffara | Expiation for breaking an Oath | كفارة اليمين
Kaffarah | Kaffara | Expiation for breaking an Oath | كفارة اليمين
Kaffarah | Kaffara | Expiation for breaking an Oath | كفارة اليمين

The legal requirement is to free a slave, or feed or clothe ten poor and needy Muslims. If you cannot afford to do so, you may then fast for three days.

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The cooked meal served to a poor and needy Muslim, comprises:

  • 1 portion of rice (Bukhari / Mandi / Biryani);
  • 1/4 roast chicken (leg and thigh / breast and wing);
  • 1 small (handsized) box of dates;
  • 1 bottle of mineral water (min. 500ml).

Reference: Fataawa Islaamiyyah – Volume 3, Page 481

Shaykh Ibn Baaz said: …the kaffaarah should be offered in the form of food, not cash, because this is what it says in the Qur.aan and Sunnah. What must be offered is half a saa’[1] of the local staple food, whether it be dates, wheat or something else. That is equivalent to approximately one-and-a-half kilograms. If you give them lunch or dinner, or give them clothes which are suitable for praying in – namely a thobe or a lower and upper garment (izaar and ridaa) – that is sufficient.

Footnote:
[1] One Saa` is equal to four (4) Mudd, and one (1) Mudd is equal to the amount held by cupping the two hands together. It is a measure by volume not by weight.


Note: Price listed is per person.

Be sure to select the correct option – corresponding to the total number of poor and needy Muslims you wish to feed, then add the total number to the basket below to calculate the total cost:

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Ramadhaan Hamper | سلة رمضانية
Ramadhaan Hamper | سلة رمضانية
Ramadhaan Hamper | سلة رمضانية

We have now begun taking orders for Ramadhaan 2018.

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Donate staple foods this Ramadhaan to help the poor, the orphans, and the widows in Makkah. Your donation will provide sufficient provisions for sahoor (pre-dawn meal) and iftaar (breaking the fast meal) for a needy family for the duration of Ramadhaan, in shaa.-Allaah. Each giant hamper we personally deliver will contain the following staple food items and quantities:

Item
Quantity
Flour 1kg
20
Powdered Milk 1800g
1
Instant Soup
3
Fava Beans
3
Peeled Tomatoes
10
Macaroni 400g
5
Towt – mixed berries cordial 710ml
1
Sugar 5kg
1
Dates 1kg
1
Rice 10kg
1
Loose Tea 800g
1
Cooking Oil 1800ml
2
Frozen Chicken 900g
10

Sahl ibn Sa’d said: The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

«I and the one who sponsors an orphan will be like this in Paradise» – and he gestured with his forefinger and middle finger, holding them slightly apart. Transmitted by al-Bukhaaree (no.4998). Muslim (no.2983) narrated a similar report from the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah.


Abu Hurayrah said: The Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

«The one who strives to help widows and the poor is like the one who strives in jihaad for the sake of Allaah, and the one who prays at night, and the one who fasts during the day» – transmitted by al-Bukhaaree (no.5038) and Muslim (no.2982)

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Feed the Poor and Needy | إطعام المساكين
Feed the Poor and Needy | إطعام المساكين
Feed the Poor and Needy | إطعام المساكين

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The cooked meal distributed to the poor and needy Muslims, comprises:

  • 1 portion of rice (Bukhari / Mandi / Biryani);
  • 1/4 roast chicken (leg and thigh / breast and wing);
  • 1 small (handsized) box of dates;
  • 1 bottle of mineral water (min. 500ml).

Note: Price listed is per person.


Be sure to select the correct option – corresponding to the total number of poor and needy Muslims you wish to feed, then add the total number to the basket below to calculate the total cost:

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Fitra | Fitrana | Zakat Fitr | Zakatul Fitr | Zakaatul-Fitr | زكاة الفطر
Fitra | Fitrana | Zakat Fitr | Zakatul Fitr | Zakaatul-Fitr | زكاة الفطر
Fitra | Fitrana | Zakat Fitr | Zakatul Fitr | Zakaatul-Fitr | زكاة الفطر

We are now closed for orders until 27th Ramadhaan 1439 | 2018, in shaa.-Allaah.

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Want to discharge your Zakaatul-Fitr obligation but can’t find any poor and needy people where you live?

Then send us your Zakaatul-Fitr payment, and in cooperation with Markaz Quba – Nepal, it shall be distributed in the legislated manner to the poor and needy on your behalf – before the ‘Eed prayer, in shaa.-Allaah.

Note: Zakaatul-Fitr will be collected at only £2.50 per person.

Reference: al-Mudawwanah – 1/385

Maalik said: Naafi’ told me that Ibn ‘Umar used to send Zakaatul-Fitr to the one who was collecting it two or three days before [‘Eed] al-Fitr.

Reference: Majmoo’ Fataawa ash-Shaykh ‘Abdul Azeez Ibn Baaz – Volume 3, Page 97

Shaykh Ibn Baaz was asked: I dispatched the Zakaatul-Fitr, specifically pertaining to myself, to my family so that they can discharge it in my country. Is this action correct?

The Shaykh responded: [This is] not a problem, [and] you shall be rewarded in shaa.-Allaah. Discharging it in your area is better, so that you discharge it to the needy in the area in which you reside, and this is better. However, if you dispatched it to your family to discharge it to the needy in your country then that is not a problem.

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Qurbani | ‘Eed Sacrifice | أضاحي العيد
Qurbani | ‘Eed Sacrifice | أضاحي العيد
Qurbani | ‘Eed Sacrifice | أضاحي العيد

We have now begun taking orders for Hajj 2018.

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In co-operation with Markaz Quba, we shall be processing all Qurbani | Udh.hiyah requests in Nepal.

Markaz Quba is home to hundreds of orphaned, poor and needy students of knowledge – which increases the benefit to be gained by having your Qurbani | Udh.hiyah carried out there, in shaa.-Allaah.

Reference: Transmitted by Ahmad, 20207. al-Haafiz Ibn Hajar said in Fat.hul-Baaree: ‘Its isnaad is strong.’ It is classed as Hasan by al-Albaanee in Saheeh Sunan Abee Daawood, 2788.

The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:
«The people of each household should offer an [‘Eed] sacrifice every year»

Reference: Transmitted by Ibn Maajah, 3123; classed as Hasan by al-Albaanee in Saheeh Ibn Maajah.

The Prophet Muhammad (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:
«Whoever can afford it but does not offer a sacrifice, let him not come near our place of prayer»

Reference: al-Fataawa al-Muhimmah – Page 743

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen was asked: What is the correct opinion regarding the sacrifice [of ‘Eed al-Adh.haa]?

The Shaykh responded: That which is apparent to me is the sacrifice is not obligatory. However, it is a highly recommended Sunnah, and is [therefore] disliked for one who is able [to offer it] to abstain from doing so.

Reference: Duroos wa Fataawa al-Hajj – Volume 1, Page 17, No.24

Shaykh Saalih al-Fowzaan was asked: Is it permissible to pay the price of [having] the [udh.hiyah] sacrifice [carried out], or is it better to [personally] undertake the [udh.hiyah] sacrifice and take some of [the meat]?

The Shaykh responded: It is better to sacrifice the udh.hiyah at home in the presence of his family, [locally] in his country – that is better, and if it is slaughtered [abroad on his behalf] here, then there is no harm [in doing so].


For multiple sacrifices, repeat order for each sacrifice.
Please specify the name(s) of the person(s) on behalf of whom this Qurbani | Udh.hiyah sacrifice is for…

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Build a Well | حفر بئر
Build a Well | حفر بئر
Build a Well | حفر بئر

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Over the past 5 years, together with Markaz Quba, Nepal, we have built more than 200 water wells, providing local communities with access to clean water and sanitation, helping more than 1,000 families to protect themselves from waterborne diseases.

By supporting our efforts, you are ensuring that we can continue to provide crucial support to needy local communities, in shaa.-Allaah.


Whether its an ‘Eed gift, or just something special, gift your parents or other loved ones something which will be a source of immense reward for them, in shaa.-Allaah.

Each well comes with a marble plaque with the name(s) of your choice on it.

Below, please specify the name(s) of the person(s) you would like to appear on this marble plaque.

Important: If name(s) not provided, we will simply use [ في سبيل الله ]

Once your well has been built, we shall email you some photographs and a video of it in shaa.-Allaah:

 


Reference: Sunan an-Nasaa.ee – 6/24, No.3664; al-Albaanee declared it Hasan

Sa’d ibn ‘Ubaadah narrates:

I said: O Messenger of Allaah, my mother has died, so should I give charity on her behalf?

He said: «Yes»

I said: So which charity is the best?

He said: «The provision of water»

Reference: Sunan Ibn Maajah – 2/1214, No.3684; al-Albaanee declared it Hasan

Sa’d ibn ‘Ubaadah narrates:

I said: O Messenger of Allaah, which charity is the best?

He said: «The provision of water»



For multiple wells, repeat order for each well.
Please specify the name(s) of the person(s) you would like to appear on the marble plaque of the new well…

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