Al Maun Fund

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This fund has helped those in need. It's hard to get help at times. This fund shows people do care. We live in a world where it's normal to be selfish and all for self. This fund gives and teaches those of us who should give more. I thank them for everything they stand for and all they do

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This fund has helped those in need. It's hard to get help at times. This fund shows people do care. We live in a world where it's normal to be selfish and all for self. This fund gives and teaches those of us who should give more. I thank them for everything they stand for and all they do

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So nice of you We thank you very much for these kind comments. We strive to please our Lord by providing these services. May He bless the fund so that it continue to aid the community, ameen,
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The Maun Fund is a positive organization helping the muslims where ever to achieve whatever type of need. The staff is helpful and kind. They come very highly recommened.

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The Maun Fund is a positive organization helping the muslims where ever to achieve whatever type of need. The staff is helpful and kind. They come very highly recommened.

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This is an important service you are providing for the Muslims. The Ummah is like one body when one part hurts then the whole body hurts. May Allah reward you and make you successful.

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This is an important service you are providing for the Muslims. The Ummah is like one body when one part hurts then the whole body hurts. May Allah reward you and make you successful.

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I thought this was a great way to help the reviews grow. Allah have blessed Al Maun Fund to help The Muslims through the test / trails (Walhumdulillah)!

Trials Faced by the Believers:

The Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ??alayhi wa sallam) said, ??Whenever Allaah intends to do good to a servant, He hastens to punish him in this world. And whenever Allaah intends evil for a servant, He postpones the punishment until the Day of Judgement.? [26]

His saying, ??Whenever Allaah intends to do good to a servant, He hastens to punish him in this world.? means: that he is punished by being inflicted with afflictions and difficulties due to the sins he has committed, due to which he is cleansed from them all, and in the Hereafter he has no sins to account for.

Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah said, ??The occurrence of afflictions are actually a form of blessing, since they are an expiation for sins committed and they call for a person to have sabr - for which he is duly rewarded. Likewise they cause the person to turn to Allaah in repentance, being humble and submissive before Him, whilst at the same time turning away from hoping in any of the creation. There are - besides these - other great advantages.

Thus, those afflictions which befall a person are actually the cause of Allaah wiping away his sins, and this is one of the greatest blessings. So the occurrence of afflictions are a source of mercy and bounty, providing such a person does not enter into that which is a cause for even greater disobedience than before. For this affliction will then become a cause of great evil to the person??s Religion. Indeed, there are people who - when afflicted with a trial or a affliction; such as poverty, illness or starvation - causes hypocrisy to sprout in them, or causes their hearts to become diseased, or it causes them to fall into ingratitude and disbelief, or to abandon certain obligations or commit certain prohibited acts - all of which is extremely harmful to one??s Religion. So to remain safe from, and to be protected against such afflictions and trials, is better for a person, since the afflictions and trials - rather than being a source of blessings - becomes a source of great injury. However, if the person had sabr and remained obedient, then such an affliction would have been the cause of mercy and blessings from Allaah - the Mighty and Majestic -which necessitates praising Him.

So whosoever is afflicted with a calamity and is provided with sabr, then this sabr is a blessing for the person and a mercy for him, since his sins are expiated due to it. Likewise his Lord bestows upon him praises and prayers, as Allaah - the Majestic ?? says,

??They are those on whom are the blessings and praises from their Lord and His mercy. They are the ones who are guided.? [27]

"And those who give that (their charity) which they give (and also do other good deeds) with their hearts full of fear (whether their alms and charities, etc., have been accepted or not), because they are sure to return to their Lord (for reckoning).(Al-Mu'minun 23:60)"

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I thought this was a great way to help the reviews grow. Allah have blessed Al Maun Fund to help The Muslims through the test / trails (Walhumdulillah)!

Trials Faced by the Believers:

The Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ??alayhi wa sallam) said, ??Whenever Allaah intends to do good to a servant, He hastens to punish him in this world. And whenever Allaah intends evil for a servant, He postpones the punishment until the Day of Judgement.? [26]

His saying, ??Whenever Allaah intends to do good to a servant, He hastens to punish him in this world.? means: that he is punished by being inflicted with afflictions and difficulties due to the sins he has committed, due to which he is cleansed from them all, and in the Hereafter he has no sins to account for.

Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah said, ??The occurrence of afflictions are actually a form of blessing, since they are an expiation for sins committed and they call for a person to have sabr - for which he is duly rewarded. Likewise they cause the person to turn to Allaah in repentance, being humble and submissive before Him, whilst at the same time turning away from hoping in any of the creation. There are - besides these - other great advantages.

Thus, those afflictions which befall a person are actually the cause of Allaah wiping away his sins, and this is one of the greatest blessings. So the occurrence of afflictions are a source of mercy and bounty, providing such a person does not enter into that which is a cause for even greater disobedience than before. For this affliction will then become a cause of great evil to the person??s Religion. Indeed, there are people who - when afflicted with a trial or a affliction; such as poverty, illness or starvation - causes hypocrisy to sprout in them, or causes their hearts to become diseased, or it causes them to fall into ingratitude and disbelief, or to abandon certain obligations or commit certain prohibited acts - all of which is extremely harmful to one??s Religion. So to remain safe from, and to be protected against such afflictions and trials, is better for a person, since the afflictions and trials - rather than being a source of blessings - becomes a source of great injury. However, if the person had sabr and remained obedient, then such an affliction would have been the cause of mercy and blessings from Allaah - the Mighty and Majestic -which necessitates praising Him.

So whosoever is afflicted with a calamity and is provided with sabr, then this sabr is a blessing for the person and a mercy for him, since his sins are expiated due to it. Likewise his Lord bestows upon him praises and prayers, as Allaah - the Majestic ?? says,

??They are those on whom are the blessings and praises from their Lord and His mercy. They are the ones who are guided.? [27]

"And those who give that (their charity) which they give (and also do other good deeds) with their hearts full of fear (whether their alms and charities, etc., have been accepted or not), because they are sure to return to their Lord (for reckoning).(Al-Mu'minun 23:60)"

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