1 million da'wah tapes initiative
our brothers at tasjeelaat ibn rajab in al-madeenah an-nabawiyyah have approached their supplier to arrange the best deal on 1 million blank audio tapes so they can prepare them with various topics of knowledge from some of the major scholars of our time ready for distribution. amongst the topics covered are:
the prohibition of terrorism;
hajj and 'umrah;
share with them in this noble project by purchasing as little or as many audio tapes you wish and they will undertake full preparation and distribution of them.
note, each tape costs a mere £0.17! - that's about $0.30!
make the most of this blessed month of ramadhaan and hasten to place your order now by sending your payment via PayPal to:
important: when processing your payment via PayPal, be sure to make the payment as follows: “Send Money” => “Personal” => “Personal payment owed” and then specify the make-up of your order in the text box marked "Note:"
Please be sure to make all payments in pounds sterling (GBP £).
Question: A number of years ago I took one hundred Saudi riyaals from each of a number of colleagues. Later on I travelled to another region and forgot these colleagues, and they forgot me. Now I do not know where they are. What should I do about the money I owe them? Please tell me, may Allaah reward you.
Response: Praise be to Allaah. If the case is as you describe in your question, and you have forgotten the person who lent you one hundred Riyaals, then what is prescribed in Islam is that you should give an equivalent amount in charity on their behalf. When you remember any of them, then pay him what you owe him, unless he accepts the fact that you gave charity on his behalf. This will clear you of debt and bring reward to you and to them.
Shaykh Ibn Baaz
Fataawa Islamiyyah - Volume 3, Page 10