Islamic Education is a system with a systematic curriculum and is supported by capable teaching staff.
Parents can have the children read Quran, then teach them to recite the same verses on another day.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. There are many reasons why this month carries more importance for Muslims than others, one of them being that it was the month in which the Holy Qur’an was revealed.
Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam and a compulsory act of worship. It is the requirement that the Muslim who owns wealth at or over a certain threshold (called the Nisab) should donate a portion of that wealth (typically 2.4%) to those who are eligable.
Giving Zakat-ul-Fitr (also known as Fitrana) is one of the many obligations of the holy month of Ramadan. Like the Zakat on an individual’s savings, it also entails giving a small amount to charity.
Carpeting is becoming one of the essential ingredients of today's living standard in the modern world.
Through the School Feeding Programme, many students, whose poor diet affects their ability to develop at school, now receive essential vitamins that will help them to grow.
Programme is one of them, a water project designed specifically for drought prone and water scarce regions. It is not only impacting lives but also changing them for the better.
Where a person is unable to fast due to their ill health, a payment is given in substitution.
There is an ever present need to get people the appropriate medical care, to vaccinate new born babies, and to ensure the injured and wounded have the appropriate medical treatment.