Leaving a Will is an essential religious duty for those living in a country where Islamic Shari’a is not recognized. To illustrate, making a Will is the best way of ensuring your family. Likewise, loved ones are cared for in the event of your death in the way that you would wish. However, this isn’t the only benefit. Correspondingly, a Will gives you the opportunity to remember charitable causes you most care about.
Leaving a legacy to International Waqf Fund is one of the best ways to support our future work. Hence, Your gift no matter what its size will be invested in one of our many Waqf projects . In order to ensure that it can have a lasting impact on its beneficiaries.
The Prophet (PBUH) said: “It is the duty of a Muslim who has anything to bequeath not to let two nights pass without writing a Will about it” Hadith Narrated by Al-Bukhari
Did you know? A man named Mukhariq bequeathed in his Will, seven orchards in Medina to be given to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). After Mukhariq’s death, the Prophet took hold of the orchards. Consequently, he made them a charitable Waqf for the poor and needy.