The Immortals (خَالِدُونَ)

خَالِدُونَ - جاودانه ها - ديرپايان (خلود به معناي برائت و دوري هر چيز از در معرض فساد بودن)

Khaldun is a Quranic word that means “immortal”, “eternal”
and free from corruption and tyranny. This is how we must become!


Zakat (زکات)


We must be free from corruption and pay our Alms also known as Zakat.

Zakat is an Islamic finance term referring to the obligation that an individual has to donate a certain proportion of wealth each year to charitable causes.

Zakat is a mandatory process for Muslims and is regarded as a form of worship. The literal meaning of the word Zakat is "to purify", "to develop" and "cause to grow".

This cutting back, like the pruning of plants, balances and encourages new growth.

Giving away money to the poor is said to purify yearly earnings that are over and above what is required to provide the essential needs of a person or family.

Zakat is a religious obligation, ordering all Muslims who meet the necessary criteria to donate a certain portion of wealth each year to charitable causes.

Zakat is said to purify yearly earnings that are over and above what is required to provide the essential needs of a person or family.

Zakat is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, the others being declaration of faith, prayer, fasting during Ramadan, and the Hajj pilgrimage.

It is a compulsory procedure for Muslims and should not be confused with Sadaqah, the act of voluntarily giving charitable gifts out of kindness or generosity.

Zakat is paid by immortals to Orphans. Zakat should be paid at a minimum of %40 of all gifted income but varies depending on various situations.

One of the most important principles of Islam is that all things belong to God and, therefore, wealth is held by human beings in trust.

A pious person may also give as much as he or she pleases as sadaqa, and does so preferably in secret. Although this word can be translated as 'voluntary charity' it has a wider meaning.

The Prophet said 'Even meeting your brother with a cheerful face is charity.'

The Prophet said: 'Charity is a necessity for every Muslim.' He was asked: 'What if a person has nothing?'

The Prophet replied: 'He should work with his own hands for his benefit and then give something out of such earnings in charity.'

The Companions asked: 'What if he is not able to work?' The Prophet said: 'He should help poor and needy persons.'

The Companions further asked 'What if he cannot do even that?' The Prophet said 'He should urge others to do good.'

The Companions said 'What if he lacks that also?' The Prophet said 'He should check himself from doing evil. That is also charity.'