Pearl of Wisdom

describing the believer, '[He is ] subtle in his movements, sweet to look at he seeks out the loftiest of matters, and has the most outstanding moral ethics he is not prejudiced against he whom he does not like, nor biased in favour of one he loves he is hardly a burden; and instead is very helpful he perfects his actions as if he is being watched, lowers his gaze, is liberal in his giving, and never turns away a beggar he considers his words carefully and guards his tongue he neither accepts falsehood from a friend, nor rejects the truth from an enemy he only learns in order that he might know, and he only seeks to know in order that he may act When he travels with worldly people, he is the smartest of them, and when he travels with the people of the Hereafter, he is the most pious from among them.'

Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa [sawa]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 67, p. 71, no. 34 and p. 310, no. 45

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Question : #618 Category: Zakaat & Khums
Subject: Khums
Question: Salam,
Can you please clarify a question regarding the below fatwa?

"One part is Sehme Sadaat, it should be given to a Sayyid who is poor, or orphan, or who has become stranded without money during his journey. "

Does the above mean,
a) "Sayyid who is poor, Sayyid who is an orphan or Sayyid who has become stranded"?
b) "Sayid who is poor, or orphan regardless of being Sayyid, or one who has become stranded regardless of being Sayid"?

If a) who can we give our khums to considering there aren't any poor sayids in Australia compared to non sayid orphans in Afghanistan?
Answer: Salam

Saham Sadat is only for poor sayed.

Khums must be given to your marja Taqled and he knows best on how to spend it for the Muslimeen.

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