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    SMS donations to build mosques a charitable deed, say Imams

    Azlan Othman

    Imams in the Friday sermon yesterday called on Muslims to give charity which is a commendable deed as it shields oneself from the hellfire and Allah the Almighty will replace the wealth of those who give charity.

    Imams also said that the rewards will always flow even after death.

    Imams reminded the public that they can contribute via short message service (SMS) for the Mosque Construction Fund in the Sultanate which is open to the public from March 14 to December 13.

    It gives the public, especially Muslims in the country, the opportunity to give their wealth with the intention of worship and to perform charitable deeds to reap the rewards promised by Allah the Almighty.

    Imams added that giving charity is the main key to the expansion of rezeki by Allah the Almighty.

    Giving charity comes in various forms, such as providing aid, helping or something that brings happiness and contributes to another. Imams also said being healthy, a joyous family, blessed with children, having roof over one’s head, and surrounded by decent people are also rezeki.

    The fact is that Allah the Almighty has blessed us with richness which sometimes we overlook and are not aware of as we tend to associate rezeki with wealth in the form of cash or other materials, Imams said.

    “If we are blessed with wealth, we should not be proud of or overspend but to give to some.

    “Such wealth is not only for us but to be given to charity. Islam encourages us to conduct acts of giving and reminds us that our wealth will multiply if carry out such good deeds,” Imams added.

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