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This is to confirm that today, Friday, April 21, 2023, is the last day of the holy month of Ramadan.

 According to the news received by the authorities, the crescent moon of Shawwal was not seen yesterday, therefore, today (Friday) is the 30th of the holy Ramadan 1444 AH.

With the hope for our dear believers that your obedience and worship are accepted in this Holy Month of Ramadan, we hereby take this opportunity to announce the amount of Zakat al-Fitr and Fidyah or Kaffara in 2023.

Fitriyya (Zakat-Ul-Fitra) £7 per person
Fidya £2 per day
Kaffara £120 per day
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References: Fitra-Sadaat, Fitra-Non-Sadaat, Fidya or Kaffara
Note: please choose one reference for each payment.

Fitriyya (Zakat-ul-Fitra): One of the obligatory acts on the day of Eid al-Fitr is to pay Zakat al-Fitr. Zakat al-Fitr is obligatory on those who, on the night of Eid-ul-Fitr has reached the age of puberty, secondly, they are not poor, and thirdly, they are not considered dependent on somebody else for food. Those who have these conditions must pay Zakat al-Fitr. The time to pay Zakat al-Fitr is from the night of Eid to noon on the day of Eid. According to Grand Ayatollah Khamenei and some other jurists it is a precaution that they should pay Zakat al-Fitr before the Eid prayer.

But if one is not able to pay within the stipulated time, one can set aside the desired amount and pay it as soon as possible.
It should be noted that Sadat and non-Sadat Fitriyyah must be paid separately.
Fidya: Remedy for unintentionally invalidating the fast is £2.00 per day.
If someone invalidates his fast due to a religious excuse (such as travel, pregnancy, nursing a baby, and illness) and cannot make up for it until the Holy Month of Ramadan of the following year, it is obligatory to make up for it as soon as possible and for every day missed one should give one Mod of food (750 grams of flour, wheat, rice, etc.) or the equivalent of two pounds as payment to the poor.
Kaffara: Payment for intentionally breaking the fast is £120.00 per day.
If one intentionally breaks one’s fast without a religious excuse, one must pay sixty meals per day or its equivalent, i.e. one hundred and twenty pounds, as Kaffara.


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