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Your monthly donation will help the poor and needy worldwide this Ramadan and beyond.

This Ramadan
Save Lives in Yemen

Give Hope to the Prophet's (saw) People

The Prophet (saw) said, ‘The best of men are the men of Yemen, belief is Yemeni, and I am Yemeni.’ [Ahmad]

The people of Yemen were directly blessed by the Prophet Muhammad (saw) - but these blessed people are suffering from ‘the worst man-made humanitarian crisis of our time’.  

 

Yemen is being torn apart by starvation, cholera outbreaks and mass displacement. Every ten minutes, a Yemeni child under five dies of preventable causes.

We must put a stop to this tragedy. We must stand by by the people of the Prophet (saw) in their hour of need. Yemen can't wait. Act now to save lives.

 

‘Truly, Allah loves those who put their trust in Him’.

[The Noble Qur’an, 3:159]

Hold on to Hope

This Ramadan will be unlike any other that we’ve experienced. The Prophet (saw) said, ‘Ramadan is the month of my Ummah’ – and yet, right now, we are praying, making du’a and breaking our fasts in our homes.

But even though we are physically isolated, we can still connect with others through our charity. Through our Sadaqah and Zakat we can give hope to our suffering brothers and sisters in Yemen. Now is the time to hold onto hope and give hope to others.

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40 Hadith about
Yemen

The Prophet (saw) said, 'Indeed, [on the Day of Judgement] I will surely be at the centre of my Basin (Haud) pushing people back for the people of Yemen. I will strike away from it with my staff until it pours upon them [i.e. the Yemenis]'. [Muslim]

Time and again, the Prophet (saw) expresses an extraordinary love for the people of Yemen, praising them as obedient, virtuous and sensitive. Read our 40 Hadith collection to learn more.

40 Hadith

Give Zakat in
Ramadan

Such is the importance of Zakat that it is mentioned in the Qur’an alongside Salah 30 times, and literally means ‘purification and increase’. Zakat is a serious obligation upon every adult Muslim of sound mind, if their wealth exceeds the minimum amount known as Nisab.

During Ramadan, Allah multiplies the reward of giving Zakat by 70 times - so it's the perfect time to calculate and distribute your Zakat!

Zakat Calculator

Easily calculate your Zakat

Finding Zakat difficult to calculate? Use our straight forward Zakat calculator to quickly and easily see how much you need to pay.

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