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Religious Obligations

slam strives to establish a society where social justice (Adl) and distributional equity (Qist) would prevail so that a section of the society does not discriminate and prosper at the expense of the rest of the society. As a matter of fact, an ideal Islamic society strives to abolish all forms of discrimination, prejudice, class differentiation and provide equal opportunity to all members of the society. One of the main functions of obligatory and non obligatory charity ( Khums, Zakat, Sadqa, Nazr Qurbani etc.) is to instill moral qualities and uprightness in people. It also washes away the greed and acquisitiveness of the rich, thereby seeking to undermine the excessive and over-zealous wealth accumulative attitude of some elements of the society.

The Islamic way of life is a balanced one which, once actualized, creates a society that though strict in its observance of the Divine System but is flexible and accommodative of those who are not in a position to fulfill these obligations due to genuine reasons or situation like sickness, journey, age etc.

In view of these facts instruments of “Qaza” and “Kaffara” has been introduced in Islam to guide Muslims about the conditions in which both of them are applicable and the prescribed ways in which both the Qaza and Kaffara should be offered by Muslims. Fulfilling of these compensatory obligations also instill moral qualities, sense of responsibility and uprightness in people.

TMT facilitates people to fulfill such religious obligations in a responsible and transparent manner. You may contact TMT for more information.