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Donating Digitally

Monday, May 10, 2021

Alms institutions are fast-tracking digital transformation amids the lack of the regulations on zakat.

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Employees making online alms payments at the Bank Mandiri Head Office, Jakarta, Wednesday, May 5. Tempo/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172186829961.

WHILE called an ATM (automatic teller machine), the machine standing almost two meters tall at the courtyard of Baitul Mukminin Grand Mosque in Jombang, East Java, is not provided by a bank for people to withdraw cash from. The ATM written on it is short for anjungan terima mandiri or ‘automated receiving machine’, and it dispenses rice instead of money. The huge rice dispenser belongs to the National Alms Agency, Baznas, of


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