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966 When people come round to houses asking for money for the mosque and you tell them that you’ve already given money to the mosque, are they allowed to become rude and ask questions like 'So you’re not going to help the mosque?' or if you give them £5 then they say 'Is that all your going to give?
The problem today is that we as Muslims have forgotten how to convey ourselves with other people. We try to portray that we are doing good yet violate the basic of manners.

If you are not happy with the way the individual is trying to collect money from you and you feel that his mannerism are completely wrong then feel free to decline making a contribution.

It is important that this dialogue is done with respect as there will be no difference between you and them if you too start using inappropriate language/ manners.

The Holy Prophet (S.A.W) has said, “Nothing is weightier on the scale of deeds than ones good manners.”(Bukhari Shareef)

We hope Allah (S.W.T) gives us all the ability to follow the true teachings of our Holy Prophet (S.A.W), as He (S.A.W) is the best of example.

(Answered by: Hafiz Mohammed Akhtar)
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