1. Zakat purifies us and our property, our wealth with Allah is increased, and we are rewarded.
2. It purifies our hearts from selfishness, greed, envy, jealousy, and increases good will.
3. It decreases suffering of the needy, makes the wealthy socially responsible, and gives financial security to the poor.
4. Eligible Muslims who do not pay zakat are often struck with sudden, unexpected circumstances that are only resolved by spending a lot money. Allah ordered us to pay zakat, so He takes a small portion of our wealth either willingly or unwillingly.
UPDATE 2 of 2: CHILDREN AT KUTUPALONG REFUGEE CAMP We wanted to share some of the innocent, beautiful faces of the many kids we met during our emergency food aid delivery on April 13, 2018. Despite hunger and dehydration they were helpful, happy, and warmed our hearts. May Allah Almighty bless them and relieve their suffering and that of all oppressed people. Ameen.
UPDATE 1 of 2: ROHINGYA REFUGEE EMERGENCY FOOD AID DELIVERY, APRIL 2018 Alhamdulillah, with Allah’s support, twenty volunteers, and generous contributions, on Friday April 13th we delivered seven tons of emergency food aid to Rohingya refugees at the Kutupalong Refugee Camp at Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. READ MORE
Alhamdulillah, on 24 December 2017, HNCS Bangladesh made its third trip to Kutupalong Refugee Camp at Cox’s Bazar near the Myanmar border, which is now home to more than 600,000 Rohingya refugees. Our effort was coordinated with the Bangladesh Army, local government officials, and supported by two dozen volunteers. Click herefor full details.
HNCS BANGLADESH | November 2017
SubhanAllah, we have been in the overcrowded, disease ridden camps and have seen this heartbreaking crisis firsthand. Our team is currently securing official access to administer refugee aid on a regular basis. HOW YOU CAN HELPSupport our first delivery of fresh meat (qurban), food, and clothing on December 1st!
Alhamdulillah, with Allah’s support and your generous donations, HNCS is constructing new fresh water wells in rural Kenya. Imagine donors getting the baraka on every drop of water from a well that last twenty years and serves a hundred people!