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      • Abu Productive is the nickname of the founder & CEO? Isn’t Bidaa to use a “kunniya” (nickname) other than Islamic names???

        • Please dont say everything is a Bidaa. Its a very bad habut. He just wants to have a clever nickname. Be careful with what you say for the sake of this Ummah, it is the cause of so many problems this word Bida.

  1. Mashallah! Oh yes. I personally experience this ROI (return on investment) all the time. There’s been times I was down to my last dime and looked for ways to give sadaqa because I knew of all the rewards that would come back to me. Mashallah it never failed! Check all the stories of our beloved Nabyyun and his Sahabah’s who constantly gave, Allah always doubled tripled and magnified. Excellent article!

    • SubhanaAlllah..! Isame happened to me.. whatever I gave as sadka I got more in return suddenly! that inspired me more! May Allah increase us in knowledge. Ameen..

  2. Assalamualaikum, I have a question. Can i make loan from islamic bank to make sadakah for big humanatarian project for muslim community in third world county for example building 10 deep water well for 1000+ family?
    i’m a working person, i can repay those loan InsyaAllah but i dont have that extra cash to give at one time.

    • Wa alaikumussalaam warahmatullah Abdullah,

      Sincere apologies for the extremely late response.

      May Allah reward you for your noble intentions. We appreciate your trust in us to answer your question; however, we are not equipped to answer fiqh-related questions. It would be best for you to consult a scholar to get detailed advice on the matter. If you do not know one, you could also try to find the answer to your question on these sites: ​​

      I hope this helps you find what you’re looking for.

      • AsSalamu alaykum WarahmatuLLAHi WabarakatuHu Insha’ALLA akh AbduLLAH if the loan will not involve interest it will be okay but if it involves interest I would say it will be best for you to spend only what you can afford for in the sight of ALLAH quantity is of no importance so long as the intention is for pleasing ALLAH. In our Deen “The end will never justify the means” it should all complement a Noble means for a Noble cause. however you can initiate other means that doesn’t have to involve interest like organizing a fund raising etc…. Insha’ALLAH ALLAHu ‘Alam JazakumuLLAHu Khairan Katheeran

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      From my little knowledge loan isn’t a good way. So far I know, Allah is judging you only on your own condition, you don’t need to compare yourself with others. If a rich person can give a thousand dollars and a poor can give just a single penny, then both will be equal in value.

      So if you have much money, spend for Allah, if you have little money spend as much as you can, if you don’t have money to spend after fulfilling your needs then just try to help others.

      Think someone is in class one and another one is in class 10, is it possible for the student of class one to pass the exam of class 10. syllabus of both student is different, and type of examination is also different. you will just have to pass on your own condition. The situation of each and every person in this world is different. May Allah forgive me if I’m wrong. And Allah knows best.

      I hope helps.

  3. Have you or your loved ones been sick and loose hope in being healed? Is there any sickness or desease that is consired uncurable? (I am not talking about sickness that is meant to happen to you Allah, sickness that is sabab of your death, no). Sadaqa is the answer, sadaqa will cure and heal you. this is tested and comfirmed.

  4. Salam alaykum I’m probably commenting years after this has been posted but do you know of any reliable ways of giving sadaqa jariyah? any websites/ organizations you would recommend? thanks!