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    Sadqa jab insan apne haath sy nikalta hai to.....

    Sadqa us waqt 5 jumlay kehta hai....

    1, Mein faani maal tha tu ny mujhy baqa di.

    2, Mein tera dushman tha ab tu ny mujhy dost bana liya.

    3, Aaj sy pehly tu meri hifazat krta tha aj sy mein teri hifazat karonga.

    4, Mein haqeer tha tu ny mujhy azeem bana dia.

    5, Pehly mein tery hath main tha ab mein ALLAH k hath mein hun.

    Her achi baat ko doosray tak pohanchana bhi sadqa hai

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    very nycc..lovelyyy....thnnxx

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    Nice Quotes.............

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    iss mein koi shaq nahein , sadqa aur naik logon ki dua aap ko museebat say bacha sakti hai,


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    Koe b bimari Jism ka Sadqa hai..............

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    Sadaqa is what is given voluntarily for the sake of Allah to obtain the recompense from Allah when the person who does so aims at conformity with the truth in his deed.
    SADAQA is voluntary while ZAKA is obligatory
    For zaka, there are direct commands of Allah in the imperative [AATTOOZAKA] while SADAQA is not enjoined in the Quran in the imperative. Moreover, 2:280; 4:92; 5:45 also depict the voluntary aspect of the word SADAQA.
    SADAQA is for the sake of Allah alone
    The verses 9:104; 57:18 indicate this aspect
    More characteristics of SADAQA
    No show off [2:266]
    Not to make him, to whom it is given, feel obliged [2:266]
    The feelings of the one to whom it is given should not get hurt [2:263; 2:266]
    Whom the SADAQA goes to?
    -FUQARAA [2:271, 9:60]
    -Those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to Truth) [e.g. new converts/reverts to Islam]
    -To free the slaves
    -Ibn-sabeel [9:60]
    This apportioning or allocation is from Allah [9:60]
    How much should be given as SADAQA?
    The rich should give according to their resources and the poor according to their [9:79]
    How it should be given?
    Openly or secretly [2:271]
    Can be given directly to FUQARAA [2:271]
    Can be given to an authority who can distribute to the deserving [9:58; 9:103]
    Some differences between ZAKA and SADAQA
    1. Zaka is obligatory while Sadaqa is supererogatory or voluntary. The money for the purpose of zaka can be taken by force by the authorities while for Sadaqa, this is not the case
    2. Zaka must be managed by a central authority while Sadaqa may be given individually or through authorities
    3. Sadaqa is usually for exigencies or a sudden unforeseen crisis while Zaka is a continuous program aimed at providing the resources for the physical and personal development of the people
    4. For Zaka, no categories of people have been mentioned in the Quran to whom it is for. [it is for the general physical and personal development of all]. For sadaqa, the categories of people whom it is for is mentioned.
    5. In a bid to establish an economic system based upon the Quranic teachings, Sadaqa may be a measure much prevalent in the transitory stage while Zakaat will be the main hallmark of the maturity of such a system when all will be provided what they need for their physical and personal development
    6. To affect Zaka, an Islamic authority may levy fixed taxes of different sorts changeable according to the economic state of the nation but for Sadaqa, there is no fixed amount.
    Comments by Dr. Syed Mustafa Ali, UK (02-08-2005)
    Salaamun aleikum.
    You maintain in your article on SADAQAT that it is voluntary (on the basis that the verb, sadaqa, does not appear in the imperative form in The Qur'an). However, The Qur'an appears to state that it is fard (obligatory) - (9:60).
    I would be interested in your opinion on this point.
    Fi amaan illah

    Response to Comments:
    Many thanks for your comments. Here is my humble understanding:
    The keyword you have pointed out in 9:60 is fareedatan. Although the word is sometimes used as a substitute of 'fard'' meaning, "A thing made obligatory or binding OR an obligatory statute or ordinance" but 'fareedatan' also means "anything apportioned or appointed" [Lane's Lexicon]. Hence "fareedatan mina Allahi" means that this 'apportioning is from Allah' (that Sadaq'aat are for The indigent, for those incapacitated to earn, for those who are employed in the collection and administration of Sadaq’aat, for those who sincerely wish to join the Divine Order but are unable to do so due to financial difficulties, for setting free those in bondage, for those who are unduly burdened financially, for those who strive in the cause of Allah and for the stranded travelers) .

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