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A Study of World Islamic Call Society (WICS) as an NGO in Ghana

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  • 68 Nombre de pages
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Non-governmental organizations are sometimes non-profit making institutions who work assiduously to help the poor and needy in the society. Islam as a religion has not proscribed it self of such undertakings since its emergence in the time of the prophet. The public treasury for instance, was a place where Zakat was accumulated for the welfare of the society especially the poor and needy. This shows why today we have so many Muslim Non-governmental Organizations, an example of which is the World Islamic Call Society, which has tried in its own little way to help the needy communities with schools, Orphanages, clinics, water wells, and other aids. On the other hand, Islam has always laid emphasis on social responsibility. The Islamic teachings regard the Islamic community as one Ummah, and therefore ordered Muslims in all aspects to cooperate with one another. That is why Allah mandated the abled and wealthy Muslims to give out a specific rate of their wealth or money in order to extend a helping hand to the poor, and advocates social responsibility. This principle and understanding can be equivalent to the aspirations of an NGO.

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Titre: A Study of World Islamic Call Society (WICS) as an NGO in Ghana
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9783330350434
ISBN: 978-3-330-35043-4
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Guides et loisirs
nombre de pages: 68
Poids: g
Taille: H220mm x B220mm x T150mm
Année: 2017