INSHA for the UMMAH!

NSHA came from the word INSHA ALLAH. It also stands for Islamic New Social Hub Apps

INSHA has many wonderful features that offer Ilmu, Dakwah, Donation and Social. The individual will benefit from using this app. However, the bigger Muslim community will benefit much more.

INSHA is a revolutionary Islamic Community and LIFESTYLE App that allows the users and the community to share information and knowledge.It also encourages the users and community to help each other by using the app to collect INSHA Points.


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Earn Tabik/Insha Points

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Ibadah Products & Services

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Frequently asked questions

Below, we answer some the most frequently asked Questions on our platform

Every free, muqim (resident) Muslims who are in possession of the Nisab amount of wealth, are recommended to offer sacrifice for themselves and on behalf of their younger children.

Yes, you can have niyyah (intention) on behalf of someone else for the Qurban. Also, you can intend for your past ones as the Qurban will be a sadaqah for them.

Qurban is a Sunnah Muak’ka’dah meaning that our Prophet (s.a.w) performed all the time and strongly encouraged His ummah to do so. In one hadith, narrated in Ibn Majah, Rasulullah (s.a.w) says, “Whoever has the capacity to offer an Udhiyyah (Qurban) but does not do so, should not approach the place where the Eid Salah is performed.”

The meat of your Qurban will be sent to Human Appeal Australia, which then will be distributed as per mission.

Qurban can also be performed as an act of charity or “Sadaqah.” This involves slaughtering an animal and distributing the meat among the poor and needy without any intention of fulfilling an obligatory religious duty.

Qurban is the sacrifice of one of the five animals (sheep, goat, cattle, camel and buffalo) during the 10th, 11th, 12thdays of ZulHijjah in order to fulfil an act of ibadah and closeness to Allah (s.w.t)

  • It is a Sunnah act of Rasulullah (s.a.w).
  • After the birth, on the seventh day, the child’s hair is trimmed. Sadaqah is given according to the weight of child’s hair and then a sacrifice is offered.
  • Any animal that are suitable for Qurban can also be used as Aqiqah.