Kaffarah | Expiation for breaking an Oath | كفارة اليمين
£2.00 – £2.90
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.
The cooked meal served to a poor and needy Muslim, comprises:
- 1 serving of rice (Plain / Pilau / Biryani);
- 1 serving of meat;
- 1 bottle of mineral water or juice equivalent.
In co-operation with Markaz Quba, we shall be processing all Kaffarah | Expiation for breaking an Oath orders 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 Kaffarah | Expiation for breaking an Oath orders carried out there, in shaa.-Allaah.
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’ 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.
 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: