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Rich Muslims, Poor Muslims

Topic: Rich Muslims, Poor Muslims

- A duty of a Muslim to spend his wealth firstly for his own expenditures, then his family members, then his immediate relatives and other persons who are under his care.

- Zakat is obligatory. Non-mandatory spending includes spending for sadaqah, tabarru’, waqf, wasiyyah, hibah (gift) or award and even lending money (qard) and other goods for charitable purposes.

- The concept of reasonable wealth for a Muslim, especially for a businessman or a professional, has therefore to fulfil the following criteria:
1. wealth which is more than what is required to satisfy a Muslim and his family’s daily needs;
2. sufficient to provide a reasonably comfortable life in a reasonably clean and beautiful environment;
3. sufficient to provide for the children’s religious as well as worldly education;
4. sufficient to expand his business in order to provide more and better services to his customers;
5. adequate to free him from unnecessary anxiety for the future so that he has ample time for the following pursuits:
a. to perform spiritual duties to Allah;
b. to provide love and care to his family;
c. to increase his professional knowledge.

- First of all, it is important to note that if a financially able person performed Hajj and he has extra money to give in charity for those who are financially unable to perform Hajj and at the same time he gives money to poor and indebted Muslims, then he will be abundantly rewarded for these great deeds.


- It is reported that Prophet (Pbuh) said: “untill four questions have been asked, no one will be allowed to move on the Day of Resurrection. Two of these are: How did you earn and how did you spend? Sovereignty of the property rests in Allah and mankind is only its custodian”.

Prophet (Pbuh) said.
“ He who has land should cultivate it. If he will not or cannot, he should give it free to a (poor) brother and not rent it to him”. (Al-Bukhari)

The Prophet said:
“An honest businessman will be gathered (on the Day of Judgment) together with Prophets, those who are true, those who uphold and fight for Islam and those are pious.” (Al-Tarmizi)

Remember what the Prophet stated:
“You do better to leave you heirs rich than to leave them poor and dependent on the help of other people.” (Narrated by Al-bukhari and Muslim)

Allah also advises the rich not to circulate their wealth only among themselves but as widely as possible among the community.

Allah reveals:
“And in their wealth. And possessions (was remembered). The right of the (needy), Him who asked, and him Who (for some reason) was Prevented (from asking). (Al-Dhariyat 51:19)

“So give what is due to kindred, the needy, and the wayfarer. That is best for those who seek the Countenance of Allah,..” (Al-Rum 30:38)

“Bandingan seorang mukmin dengan seorang mukmin yang lain bagaikan satu bagunan, kuat menguatkan antara satu sama lain.” (riwayat al-Bukhari dan Muslim)

Sport: Selangor Stretch Lead On Top Of Table

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April 30, 2011 00:11 AM

Selangor Stretch Lead On Top Of Table

KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 (Bernama) -- Selangor stretched their lead on top of the Super League table despite being held 1-1 by Terengganu at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium, Kuala Terengganu Friday night.

The Red Giants collected 33 points from 16 matches, one point ahead of Terengganu.

Selangor opened scoring in the 42nd minute through Safiq Rahim before Terengganu equalised through Ismail Faruqi in the 62nd minute.

In Ipoh, Kedah beat 3-1 at the Perak Stadium.

Kedah led 3-0 through Mohd Khyril Muhaimin (30th minute), Mohd Firdaus Mohd Faudzi (75th) and owned goal by Perak's Mohd Syazwan Roslan (83rd) while the home team scored a consolation goal through Mohamad Noor Hazrul (90th).

In the Premier League, Selangor PKNS continued their top position with 36 points from 14 matches after trouncing SDM Navy 6-0 at the Petaling Jaya Municipal Council Stadium.

In Kuching, Sarawak also routed MP Muar 6-0 at the State Stadium to trail the leaders in the second spot with 29 points from 14 matches.

Sarawak goals were scored by Zamri Morshidi (7th minute), Bobby Ganzales (40th, 68th), Ashri ChuChu (46th, 74th) and Mohd Shahrol Saperi (67th).

In Penang, USM FC beat Penang 5-2 at the Batu Kawan Stadium.

USM FC's goals were scored by Muhammad Afzan Zainal Abidin (20th), Mohd Failee Mohamad Ghazali (30th, 32nd, 52nd) and Mohd Hazrul Shah Mohd Abdul Hakim (69th) while reduced the deficit through Arsyah Mohd Ayob (71st) and Khairul Azri Jamal Haziq (85th)

In Johor Baharu, Johor were held to a scoreless draw by the armed forces at the Tan Sri Dato' Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium and Sime Darby beat Pos Malaysia 2-0 at the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium.

-- BERNAMA

Football: Kelantan Reclaim Top Spot As Leader Selangor Humbled By T'Team

Football: Kelantan Reclaim Top Spot As Leader Selangor Humbled By T'Team

KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 (Bernama) -- Kelantan regained top spot in style after whipping Felda United 6-0 in their Super League match at the Sultan Mohammed IV, in Kota Baharu as Selangor were humbled 0-2 by T'Team.

Incidentally, T'Team who beat Kelantan to knock them off the leader board, did a big favour by pulling off another upset to down Selangor at their own fort, long regarded as stronghold of the Red Giants.

The win today saw Kelantan collect 20 points, the same as Selangor, but moved to the top with a better goal advantage.

Mohd Shakir Shaari opened the flood gates for Kelantan in the 33rd minute while Nurshahrul Idlan Talaha (40th min), Mohd Nizad Ayub (60th min), Mohd Rizad Ayub (71st min), Danial Fadzley (82nd min) and Mohd Azuan Solahudin put the icing on the cake in the 89th minute.

At the Shah Alam Stadium, high riding Selangor brought down to earth with a thud by T'Team who were clearly the better side of the day while Selangor were a pale shadow with stray passes and muffed chances the order of the day.

Selangor's missed chances early in the match came back to haunt them when T-Team struck the first blow in the 50th minuet through a Mohd Norfarhan Muhammad header while Indra Putra Mahayuddin ensured all three points with an 84th minute strike.

In Kota Kinabalu, Sabah also pulled off an upset by beating previously second placed Perak 2-1 at the Likas Stadium despite trailing by a 16th minute goal from Mohd Shafiq Jamal.

Sabah who are second from bottom of the table, equalised through Zuraindey Jumai in the 48th minute before Leopold Alfonso Otong turned hero with a 62nd minute winning goal.

At the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium in Kuala Terengganu, home side Terengganu convincingly beat Harimau Muda A 3-1 while Kuala Lumpur and Pahang played to a goalless draw at the Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium.

Johor FC and Negeri Sembilan also shared the spoils and points after a goalless draw at the JCORP Stadium in Pasir Gudang.

-- BERNAMA

Petronas Dagangan Introduces Primax 95 Xtra To Replace Ron 95

Petronas Dagangan Introduces Primax 95 Xtra To Replace Ron 95

KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 (Bernama) -- Petronas Dagangan Bhd (PDB) today launched Primax 95 Xtra, a F1 technology inspired fuel, which will replace Ron 95.

The company said the new fuel would be sold at the regulated price of RON 95 fuel despite its marked superior quality and performance.

The Primax 95 Xtra was launched in conjunction with the unveiling of PDB's new brand tagline "All The Way" by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak here Saturday night.

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Amir Hamzah Azizan said the launch of Primax 95 Xtra, showcased the importance of continuing research and improvement to the Primax line of products.

"We also believe that growth cannot only be in terms of the number of Petronas service stations we have but also in continuously improving the quality of our fuel," he said in a statement.

The new fuel is available at over 950 Petronas service stations nationwide, replacing the previous Primax 95.

-- BERNAMA

Prove it was not you in sex video, Chua tells Anwar

KOTA BARU: Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek has called on Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and other opposition leaders to cooperate with the police in their investigations into the sex video case.

The MCA president said Anwar, who has been implicated as one of the actors in the video, should come clean on the matter.

“The matter is in the hands of the police and we hope they conduct the investigation professionally.

“The onus is on Anwar to prove that he is not involved in the video and it is a golden opportunity for him to prove that he is innocent and give his fullest cooperation to the police in the course of the investigation,” Dr Chua told reporters after attending the MCA 1Medical fund-raising dinner at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce hall here last night.

Also present was Kelantan MCA committee chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen.

Dr Chua said the video issue should not be politicised, adding that the people should leave the matter to the police to investigate.

On another matter, he said he would lead an MCA delegation to meet Mentri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat on April 3 to get the PAS spiritual leader's explanation on why the Kelantan government had banned the sale of lottery tickets.

“Nik Aziz has agreed to meet us although I have not discussed with party members on who should attend the meeting scheduled in the afternoon.

“MCA only wants to get a clear explanation on the reasons why the state government had banned the sale of the lottery tickets that is clearly infringing on the rights of the Chinese in Kelantan,” he added.

MCA had criticised the Kelantan government's move to ban the sale of Big Sweep lottery tickets after two bookshop owners were slapped with compound fines for selling them on Feb 26.

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