The meaning of fidyah is a payment of bail that release a responsibility of a muslim who skipped or missed fasting during the month of Ramadan. Fasting is the fourth pillar of Islam. It is an obligation for a muslim. If he/she is unable to fast during Ramadan, he/she should pay a bail (fidyah) to release the responsibility of fast in the previous Ramadan. Muslims who unable perform fasting may have legitimate reasons, such as sickness, pregnancy, and breast feeding a newborn baby. Some permanent reasons may also prevent a person to pay the skipped fasts in another month. These reasons give an excuse to the muslims to pay fidyah. Will you give the fidyah to people in hunger today?