Consequently, the creed of a Muslim is [steeped in] morality and his Sharee'ah
is morals; if he or she disconnects any of these chains, it will result in a violation of his or her faith.
Zakah (alms) linguistically means an increase, excess or build up, and in the Sharee'ah
it means to pay a particular amount which has to be paid on a given number or a given quantity of some particular things, and according to some particular circumstances.
Similarly, committing sins and exceeding the limits of the Sharee'ah
are signs of weak faith.
The Muslim's keenness on endearing himself to others should not be for a worldly purpose; it should be observed in obedience to the Sharee'ah
of Allh, The Almighty, that commands Muslims to be brothers and to love one another.
I hear that they have no effect on the woman's menses cycle, but does the Sharee'ah
(Islamic Legislation) permit its usage?