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Charitable Giving: The Practice Of Zakat

From: WFIU
Series: Crash Course in Islam
Length: 01:58

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2-minute module debunking common myths about the Islamic faith in brief, informational segments. Read the full description.

Crash_course_podcast_small Like tithing or alms-giving in Judaism and Christianity, Muslims are required to donate a certain amount of their wealth to charity-this practice, which is commonly called Zakat, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Learn more in this Crash Course in Islam.

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Piece Description

Like tithing or alms-giving in Judaism and Christianity, Muslims are required to donate a certain amount of their wealth to charity-this practice, which is commonly called Zakat, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Learn more in this Crash Course in Islam.

Related Website

http://muslimvoices.org/zakat/