Emulate prophet's generosity in Ramadan's final days - Deputy Minister

Charity, good deeds key in final Ramadan rush

05 Apr 2024 03:08pm
Religious Affairs Deputy Minister Dr Zulkifli Hasan - Photo by Sinar
Religious Affairs Deputy Minister Dr Zulkifli Hasan - Photo by Sinar

SHAH ALAM - As the blessed month of Ramadan enters its final stretch, Muslims are urged to emulate the noble deeds of Prophet Muhammad SAW in these last five days.

Religious Affairs Deputy Minister Dr Zulkifli Hasan said that the Religious Ministry has diligently provided comprehensive guidance through sermons and messages on preparing for Ramadan.

He stressed the importance of early preparations to address all necessary needs for Aidilfitri.

“However, as we approach the final five days of Ramadan, I urge everyone to maintain their focus and dedication to worshipping Allah SWT.

"It is crucial to recognise that worship extends beyond Qiyamullail or Tarawih prayers alone," he said when met at the Karangkraf Media Group headquarters here today.

Zulkifli also encouraged everyone to emulate the example of Prophet Muhammad SAW, who generously engaged in charity during the last 10 days of Ramadan and performed numerous good deeds.

“Therefore, during these remaining five days, let us follow in his footsteps by engaging in acts of charity, performing good deeds, extending kindness to neighbours and friends by providing food, and exchanging gifts.

"These endeavors will not only be commendable individually but will also contribute to fostering unity and harmony within Malaysia,” he added.

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