Your Guide to Qurbani 2021

Your Guide to Qurbani 2022

Once again, we inch closer to the blessed month of Dhul Hijjah, the month where Muslims across the globe perform Hajj and offer udhiyah, qurban or korban, the sacrifice of four-legged animals for the sake of Allah. As Muslims, it’s important to understand how qurban works because it could help you on your journey of

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why you should do your 2021 Qurban online with GlobalSadaqah

8 Reasons To Do Your 2022 Qurban Online with GlobalSadaqah

Dhul Hijjah is fast approaching, and faithful Muslims across the globe should take the opportunity to maximise their efforts in doing good deeds as the month is considered one of the most sacred months in Islam.  It’s also the month when Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Adha and offer annual sacrifices or qurban (Korban) to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s

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The Fidya: The Compensation for a Broken Fast

The Fidya: The Compensation for a Broken Fast

Fasting throughout the holy month of Ramadan holds a vital and highly rewardable role in faith; it is the fourth pillar of Islam, and is an obligatory act of worship that is uncompromisable.  Yet, it is from the mercy of Allah that those who are unable to fulfill this fast due to reasons that are

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5 ways you can support flood victims in Malaysia

5 Ways You Can Support Flood Victims in Malaysia

We have just witnessed one of the most notorious floods in recent times ravage the homes, tear up districts, compromise properties and ruin lives throughout various parts of Malaysia. Thousands of people have been displaced, millions in damages have been incurred and worst of all – the death toll has risen to 46 with five

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Islamic Social Finance

Islamic Social Finance: Protecting Economies and Communities in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond

By Dr. Maizaitulaidawati Md Husin, Associate Professor, Azman Hashim International Business School, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Islamic social finance refers to modes of finance rooted in Islamic ethics and intended for social benefit. It consists of instruments and institutions that could be used to alleviate poverty. Instruments such as Sadaqah (charitable giving), Waqf (endowments and trusts), Zakat (obligatory

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Social Cohesion

Social Cohesion Through Zakat

By Dr. Lafeer Muhfeeth Can Zakat distribution be used as a mechanism to enhance social cohesion in multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and multi-religious societies? In this article, we will show that Zakat can be disbursed among all needy citizens, regardless of their religion and race, as a means to win their hearts and enhance social cohesion. Why is

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GlobalSadaqah scores strategic collaborative partnership with Selangor FC’s Red Giants Care

GlobalSadaqah scores strategic collaborative partnership with Selangor FC’s Red Giants Care

Kuala Lumpur, 12 October 2021 – GlobalSadaqah, an award-winning Malaysian CSR, Zakat and Waqf management platform has announced today a partnership with the Red Giants Care, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) vehicle of the Red Giants, which manages the Selangor FC football team and all its affiliated club activities.  Established in April 2021, the Red

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The Need to Adopt Technology in Zakat Administration

The Need to Adopt Technology in Zakat Administration

Associate Professor Dr Aishath MuneezaINCEIF, Malaysia Zakat as we all know is a very important pillar of Islam and a socio-economic tool for alleviating poverty. The effectiveness of zakat when properly applied has been demonstrated throughout history. For instance, during the period of the Caliph Umar bin Abdul Aziz, it is said that there were

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5 Ways to Maintain Good Habits after Ramadan

5 Ways to Maintain Good Habits after Ramadan

How long does it take for a behavior to become a habit? According to a 2009 study published in the European Journal of Social Psychology, it takes 18 to 254 days for a person to form a new habit. While on average, it takes 66 days for new behaviors to turn automatic. Similarly, last Ramadan

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Tips on How to Celebrate Eid al-Fitr in the New Normal

Tips on How to Celebrate Eid al-Fitr in the New Normal (again!)

Billions of Muslims around the world will soon bid farewell to the blessed month of Ramadan by celebrating Eid al-Fitri (also written and pronounced as Eid ul-Fitr) to commemorate a month of fasting and worshipping.  Sadly this year, many Muslims will be celebrating the Islamic holiday in self-isolation or in lockdown, as the pandemic continues

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