Tom Trento o the Florida Security Council has a revelation for you. You are about to view Imam Mahdi Bray & George Galloway raising funds for HAMAS at the Al-Rahman Mosque in Orlando Florida.
In this video, you will see Mahdi Bray making a physical expression of his support for HAMAS & Hizbollah. You will see Geoge Galloway remitting funds to HAMAS at a terrorist pep rally. You will hear the leader shout Takbir and the crowd respond with Allahu Akhbar!! You will see and hear evidence of extreme enthusiasm for institutions of great evil, institutions with blood on their hands.
Later in the vidio, you will hear them shout Takbir and the congregation reply Allahu Akhbar!! with the same enthusiasm displayed in the HAMAS rally. You will see them raising money for HAMAS in a Florida Mosque.
Zakat is obligatory charity, a 2.5% tax on accumulated wealth and financial transactions. Zakat is detailed in Book h of Reliance of the Traveller, the handbook of Shafi'ite Fiqh, essentially Shari'ah. This is a recognized part of Islamic law. There are eight classes of recipients, each of which receives one eighth of the total Zakat collected. The seventh category is detailed in h8.17 to which I have added emphasis. One eighth of zakat goes to the terrorists.
h8.17 The seventh category is those fighting for
Allah, meaning people engaged in Islamic military
operations for whom no salary has been allotted in
the army roster (0: but who are volunteers for
jihad without remuneration). They are given
enough to suffice them for the operation, even if
affluent; of weapons, mounts, clothing, and
expenses (0: for the duration of the journey,
round trip, and the time they spend there, even if
prolonged. Though nothing has been mentioned
here of the expense involved in supporting such
people's families during this period, it seems clear
that they should also be given it).
A special zakat is due at the end of Ramadan. Do they collect it in food in urban areas, or do they collect it in cash, divide it and send 1/8 to HAMAS & co.?
when the sun sets on the night before the 'Eid
(n:- meaning on the evening of the last day of