An-Nusrah Foundation

…fulfilling the need of the people

ADMONITION: The Pillars of Kufr (Disbelief) – Imam Ibn al Qayyim

The Pillars of Kufr (Disbelief) – Imam Ibn al Qayyim


Bismillaah hir Rahman nir Raheem. Alhumdulillahi Rabbil Aalameen
Wa sallallahu ala Muhammadin wa ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallam

The pillars of Kufr are four, they are Continue reading “ADMONITION: The Pillars of Kufr (Disbelief) – Imam Ibn al Qayyim”


5 Ideas to Cope with Illness

5 Ideas to Cope with Illness

“Whenever Allah wills good for a person, He subjects him to adversity.” 1

Most of us can relate to the hardships of being ill. Here are some coping ideas for both the emotional and physical hardships of illness:

  1. Be self-aware. Be aware of your negative thoughts and feelings. Remind yourself that Allah loves those who are patient during difficulty.

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Generosity… A Way of Life

Generosity… A Way of Life

With our occasional donations at different times of the year, we tend to believe that we have performed the obligation of spending on others. Generosity is not a one time act; it’s a person’s lifestyle, a daily habit, a way of life and the ways to achieving this are limitless! It does not only imply spending one’s money for a good cause as that is just a part of it. Generosity is the result of being kind toward others with everything that we have been blessed with; it could be with our wealth, time, advice, expertise or even our smile. It is about sharing it with others with a big heart! Continue reading “Generosity… A Way of Life”

Which is Better – Giving Zakaah Openly or Concealing It?

Which is Better – Giving Zakaah Openly or Concealing It?


QUESTION: Which is better when giving zakaah – giving it openly or secretly?.



Praise be to Allaah.

It is better to give obligatory zakaah openly and announce it, so that others will follow one’s example, lest one be thought badly of and some people think that this person is not paying zakaah.

But if a person fears that he will be showing off, or he fears that it may cause some hurt and embarrassment to the poor person, then it better to give it in secret.  Continue reading “Which is Better – Giving Zakaah Openly or Concealing It?”

Benefitting the Deceased by giving Charity on his Behalf

Benefitting the Deceased by giving Charity on his Behalf


QUESTION: My father died – may Allaah have mercy on him – and I want to give ongoing charity on behalf of his soul so as to increase his good deeds and raise him in status before his Lord, such as building a mosque or printing a book by which the Muslims will benefit. But one of the shaykhs gave us a fatwa stating that this will not benefit him because it is not from his wealth, and ongoing charity has to be set up by the person himself during his own lifetime before his death, and has to continue after his death. Is what the Shaykh said correct?
If it is not correct, then please advise me and tell me the best way to benefit my deceased father. May Allaah reward you with good.

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This is how they raise money and yet they have no share of the hereafter and they know it:

“We need N1 billion from ten people. If you are one of them, please see my personal Secretary after we finish today,” – Pastor Adeboye

This is how we raise money even when we have a share in the hereafter and we know it;

“Please for Allah’s sake help this our sick sister. Please if it is only 1k you can contribute let us help save her life (quotes like 5 verses from the Qur’an and 6 beautiful hadith promising reward), please don’t procrastinate. Here is the account number, here are 8 people you know who can confirm it, here is the BOT members in case you still doubt, please for Allah’s sake, help us help this sister (makes like 6 dua to help the situation)”

In the end those who have no religion and simply order their followers to contribute to evil gets 10 billion and we the Muslims who are promised paradise and we have more encouragement to donate and we were begged and begged will have about 100k to show with many “Allahu Akbar”.

So far we have been able to raise about 900k for our sister who needs about 3 million for her kidney operation. An-Nusrah Foundation have added more money to make it 1.5 million. If this is handed to her husband it won’t be enough for her treatment and if she can’t be treated 45k will be spent on dialysis every three days so that in about 3 months this money will be finished and she will not only still need 3 million for her treatment but will need 45k every 3 days. From who? Subhanallah.

This is why the Foundation concentrated on raising the treatment money from her but as we thank the beautiful people who contributed we also still have to beg those who can to help. This is our sister. Don’t forget Allah will not reduce your wealth when you give charity as the Prophet already said.

The account number is:

Name: An-Nusra Foundation
Account Number: 2024486563.
Bank: Firstbank

See a mountain of evidences for this case on our website, including documents and people you can call to confirm, in case you have a single doubt: HALIMA MISBAUDEEN APPEAL

May Allah give us more persons who will contribute and even the person who will choose to clear the bill. Thanks again to those who have contributed, Allah is never unaware of what we do.


SIMPLE AND SHORT: How to Send Donation without ATM Machine, Bank, or Mobile App.

SIMPLE AND SHORT: How to Send Donation without ATM Machine, Bank, or Mobile App.

Many people with good intention to help have complained about distance to First Bank or ATM, and they have asked us to provide the foundation’s account with specific banks. With the information we are about to provide, you can sit at home or in the office and send donations provided you have two things; internet service and an ATM card.

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Ruling on giving charity after every Sin

Ruling on giving charity after every Sin


QUESTION: Is it prescribed for the one who commits a sin to give charity after that?.

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  1. Don’t Count what you Spend: Asma’a reported that the Messenger of Allah s.a.w said:

“Spend and don’t count lest Allah counts for you, and don’t hoard up lest Allah withhold from you. Spend what you can.”

– Bukhari & Muslim


If you keep strict account of your charity, Allah will Continue reading “BE LIKE A FLOWING CONTAINER, ELSE ALLAH HOARDS FROM YOU”

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