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  1. It is very nice speech of him, but Prophet did not collect money from his followers, it is dangerous for Islam.
    Whereas Allah and Prophet prohibit to collect money from followers.

    Follow those who ask of you no fee, and who are rightly guided. Q.36:(21)

    And O my people! I ask of you no wealth therefor. My reward is the concern only of Allah, Q.11:29.

    There are 2 kinds of contribution in Islam:
    1. Tax or zakat. Zakat is obligatory for Muslim who earn money and Government has to collect Zakat or Tax

    2. Charity is not obligatory, to help people who needs or like poor people etc
    Financial sacrifice is agains Islamic teaching. We are not in war time, but in peaceful world now.

    I disagree with finacial sacrifice

    • you have your opinion and we have ours. I think I gave you sufficient sources.

      Every mosque needs upkeep. Every Imam has to live. Every TV station needs to pay satellite fees. Alhamdolillah the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at has organized everything well.

      Yes, charity is not obligatory but encouraged. No police men knocks on the doors of Ahmadis who do not pay their full monthly contribution. In other words: it is not obligatory but simply encouraged.

      Clear to everyone, except Somi, who likes to argue.

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