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During Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to be more charitable as it is a month of earning good deeds. Feeding fasting people during iftar& dinner is a spiritual act according to Islamic tradition and teachings. Feeding a fasting person in particular is much more rewarding. The person who provides iftar& dinner receive as many rewards as the fasting person receives, without any reduction in the reward of the fasting person. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “Whoever feeds a fasting person will have a reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in his reward.” (Al-Tirmidhi). Those who have the ability should strive to feed those who are fasting in particular poor people who are living in villages and urban slum areas.
Share your blessings with people in a village. One village iftar community dinner provides for approximately 200 people – men, women and children.
Iftar meals are served in the village for men, women, and children and for those who cannot attend are typically served at a nearby home. The menu items would be like fruits, dates, drinks, chicken biryani or mutton pulao, vegetable curry or chicken curry and dessert.
You can donate Zakat, Fitra, Kaffara & Fidiya today to arrange the Iftar dinner for the rural/slum community.