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26 March 2017 / 27. Jamaad-Ul-Akhar 1438

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Posted on Wed, 2014-10-29 12:36

“The parable of those who spend their possessions for the sake of God is that of a grain out of which grows seven ears, in every ear a hundred grains: for God grants manifold increase unto whom He wills; and God is infinite, all-knowing.”

Surah 2, Al-Baqarah, verse 261

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