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Charity at End of Ramadan
1. Is it permissible for a charity to give out zakat al-fitr before receiving it from donors? 2. Can a divorced woman pay zakaat al-fitr on behalf of herself and her children to their father? 3. Is it permissible to give zakat al-fitr in the form of powdered milk? 4. Agreement between two families that each will give its zakat al-fitr to the other 5. The rate of zakat al-fitr if it is given in the form of meat 6. He has a number of questions about zakat al-fitr 7. Does he have to pay zakaat al-fitr on behalf of the orphan whom he is sponsoring? 8. Is the husband obliged to give zakaat al-fitr on behalf of his Christian wife? 9. What is the correct the time for paying zakaat al-fitr? 10. Giving zakat al-fitr in the form of sugar, tea and canned goods 11. He forgot to pay zakaat al-fitr before the Eid prayer 12. He cannot find anyone who is entitled to zakaat al-fitr 13. Sending zakaat al-fitr to another country 14. Is paying zakaat al-fitr obligatory for someone who only prayed on the last day of Ramadan and did not fast? 15. Should he pay zakaat al-fitr on behalf of an orphan on whom he is spending? 16. Does the father have to pay zakaat al-fitr on behalf of his children if they live with their mother? 17. Can he give zakaat al-fitr to the poor in the form of cash if they will not accept food? 18. Those to whom zakaat al-fitr may be given 19. Is it permissible to give dates and dried yoghurt for zakat al-fitr to people who do not regard them as staple foods? 20. Is zakat al-fitr waived with the passage of time?