Why do Muslims work for justice?

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  • Why do Muslims work for justice?
    • To obey the Qur'an
    • To fulfil Shari'ah
    • To fulfil the Five Pillars, for example the Zakah is a tax of 2.5% on every Muslim income which is given to the poor. Wealth is shared to make society fairer.
    • Muslims are encouraged to give Sadaqah - voluntary charitable donations - and to act charitably towards others.
    • To please Allah. Muslims believe Allah is watching every action they perform.


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