Al-Quran Surah 51. Az-Zariyat, Ayah 19

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وَفِي أَمْوَالِهِمْ حَقٌّ لِلسَّائِلِ وَالْمَحْرُومِ


Asad : and [would assign] in all that they possessed a due share unto such as might ask [for help] and such as might suffer privation.12
Khattab :

And in their wealth there was a rightful share ˹fulfilled˺ for the beggar and the poor.

Malik : and share their wealth with the needy who asked for it, and those who could not ask.
Pickthall : And in their wealth the beggar the outcast had due share.
Yusuf Ali : And in their wealth and possessions (was remembered) the right of the (needy) him who asked and him who (for some reason) was prevented (from asking). 5001
Transliteration : Wafee amwalihim haqqun lilssaili waalmahroomi
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Asad   
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Asad 12 Sc., "but could not beg" - and this applies to all living creatures, whether human beings or mute animals (Razi), irrespective of whether the need is of a physical or an emotional nature.

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Yusuf Ali 5001 True charity remembers not only those in need who ask, but also those who are prevented by some reason from asking. The man of true charity seeks out the latter. There may be various reasons which prevent a man from asking for help: (1) he may be ashamed to ask, or his sense of honour may prevent him from asking; (2) he may be so engrossed in some great ideal that he may not think of asking; (3) he may even not know that he is in need, (4) he may not know that you possess the things that can supply his needs; and (5) he may be a dumb and helpless creature, whether a human being or a dumb animal, or any creature within your ken or power. Charity in the higher sense includes all help, from one better endowed to one less well endowed. Cf. n. 179 to ii. 177; also ii. 273-274, and notes 322 and 323.

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