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DAWAT E ISLAMI will be holding 1 Month I'tikaf in Ramadan


ALLAH عزوجل has granted us a tremendous gift in the form of Ramadan. In this holy month, Satan is held in captivity and the gates of Hell are closed. Heaven is adorned and its gates are opened. Ramadan is a blessed and sacred month in which ALLAH عزوجل revealed the Holy Quran to the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم. ALLAH عزوجل mentions the revelation of the Holy Quran and Ramadan in these words

Ramadan is a time of deep spiritual reflection and a time for giving, a time for your compassion and generosity. Through your kind act of giving you will be changing the lives of those in crisis around the world and your blessings will be multiplied. The reward of good deeds is multiplied many times during this blessed month of Ramadan. The reward of a voluntary act is equivalent to that of an obligatory one, while the reward of an obligatory act is multiplied 70 times. So please wholeheartedly make a donation during this Ramadan. As the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said, “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Tirmidhi)


Dawat-e-Islami is working around the world in over 80 departments. Our Welfare Services department is one such department where your generosity this Ramadan in the form of Sadaqah, Zakat or Fitrana will make a positive long lasting difference to countless lives. Please see below to familiarise yourself with our humanitarian work to enable you to make an informed choice.












During this Ramadan spare a thought for the many vulnerable Muslims around the world who are in crisis.  Many will be going hungry well beyond Iftar time suffering daily from malnourishment or malnutrition.  The Prophet ﷺ said, <“He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while his neighbour goes hungry.”

From food Banks, Food parcels to the distribution of cooked meals, Dawat-e-Islami is providing a lifeline to the most vulnerable.  We believe that hunger is everyone’s priority, so please use this Ramadan to help those in need.   Sayyiduna Salman Farsi has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed Rasul ﷺ has said, “If anyone serves a fasting Muslim with Ifṭar, angels will pray for his forgiveness in Ramadan, and Jibrail will pray for his forgiveness at Laila-tul-Qadr.” (Mu’jam Kabir, pp. 262, vol. 6, Ḥadis 6162)

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During this Ramadan provide life by giving water.  Millions of people globally have no access to clean drinking water.  Dawat-e-Islami is constructing wells and installing hand pumps to help tackle this humanitarian crisis. 

The Prophet ﷺ was asked which charity is best? He replied “Providing water”

In another Ḥadis the Prophet ﷺ states, “If anyone serves a fasting Muslim with water, Allah will make him drink water from my pond (Ḥawḍ) and he will not feel thirst till he enters Heaven.” (Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah, pp. 192, vol. 3, Ḥadis 1887)

Please donate wholeheartedly and together we can save lives and alleviate suffering.

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Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam and is an obligatory act upon any Muslim who has reached puberty, is sane and has had more than the minimum required amount of wealth (Nisaab) for one year.

Giving Zakat is a source of protection of wealth as the Prophet ﷺ has stated, “Bring your wealth into strong fortresses by giving Zakat and treat your sick people with charity.” (Maraseel Abi Dawood ma’ Sunan Abi Dawood, pp. 8)

Fitrana, also known as Sadqa tul Fitr, is an obligatory act that all Muslim’s partake in during the Holy month of Ramadan. Fitrana is given before Eid prayers begin at the end of Ramadan.

Sayyiduna Ibn Abbas has narrated that the Prophet ﷺ declared Sadaqa-tul-Fitr to be Wajib for purifying the Siyam [fasts] from useless and immodest talk, and for feeding the Miskeen [needy people]. (Sunan Abi Dawood, Kitab-uz-Zakah, vol. 2, pp. 157, Hadees 1609)

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Dates are very healthy for you. They are high in nutrients, fibre and disease-fighting antioxidants. Dates are a good source of potassium which can help prevent strokes. Dates have a positive effect on the heart as they can reduce the build-up of fat in the arteries. Furthermore, dates stimulate the nervous system and the brain.

Eating dates with melon, or cucumber, or dates with watermelon is a Sunnah.

Sayyiduna Salman Bin Amir has narrated that the Prophet ﷺ has said, “When you do Ifṭar, do it with a fresh or dry date because it is blessed and if you have neither, then do Ifṭār with water because it is a purifier.” (Jami Tirmizi, pp. 162, vol. 2, Ḥadis 695)

The Beloved and Blessed Prophet ﷺ has said, “The Ajwah date is from Heaven; it is a cure for poison.” (Jami Tirmizi, pp. 17, vol. 4, Ḥadis 2073)

A Ḥadis in Bukhari states, if anyone eats seven Ajwah dates in the morning (before eating anything else) he will remain safe from magic and poison that day. (Ṣaḥiḥ Bukhari, pp. 540, vol. 3, Ḥadis 5445)

The Prophet ﷺ has said, “The Ajwah (the best type of date) of Aliyah (the name of a place in Madinah Munawwarah towards Masjid-e-Quba) is a cure for all illnesses.” It is also stated in the following narration, ‘To eat seven Ajwah dates daily for seven days protects against leprosy.’ (Umda-tul-Qari, pp. 446, vol. 14, Ḥadis 5768)

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Unleash your inner generosity this Ramadan and multiple your Rewards

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