Feed poor to makeup missed Fasts due to prolonged disease, or as a return for Kaffaaraa Nadhuru, or just as a charity feeding through BakariMv.
There are 4 different types of animals to choose from: Goat, Sheep, Cow or Camel
You can choose either to distribute the raw meat or cooked and served as meals.
Meat and Meals will be distributed to poor, orphan, or needy people of the chosen country. Proof will be provided to you in the form of pictures and videos with the confirmed name tag.
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Feed the Poor – why?
The poor can be fed as Kaffaaraa Nadhuru, Fidhya / Mudhdhu or even charity.
If a person cannot fast during Ramadan due to old age or sickness, they must pay Fidhya in return for every fast. It means feeding a person in need for two meals a day. It is also called as Mudhdhu.
Kaffarah is feeding the poor as a punishment for some acts; If a Muslims breaks the fast, during Ramadan intentionally without a valid reason or makes the fast invalid, he/she must fast 60 consecutive days. However, if that person is physically unable to do so, he/she must pay Kaffarah as a return for each fast.
Ndhuru (vow) is obliging oneself to do something that is not obligatory. This vow is a promise that person must keep. However, if they break it, Kaffarah should be given as return. Therefore, Nadhuru a Kaffarah that is paid as a return for expiation of oath / breaking a promise.
Feeding the poor voluntarily to earn reward and favor of Allah. It is a type of Sadaqah.
Virtues of feeding the poor
Quran: “And as for those who can fast with difficulty, (e.g. an old man), they have (a choice either to fast or) to feed a Miskeen (poor person) (for every day). سورة البقرة 184”
Sunnah: Ibn ‘Abbaas said: This (above mentioned verse) refers to an old man or an old woman who are not able to fast, so for each day they should feed one poor person.” صحيح البخاري 4505.