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PostSubject: Fiqh of Zakat   Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:28 pm

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Zakat is the most neglected of the five Pillars of Islam


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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Tue Dec 02, 2014 11:38 am

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Fiqh of Zakat


Episode 1

Introduction



1. Importance of Zakat
2. Definition of Zakat – Linguistic and Applied meanings
3. Explaining the difference between Zakat and Sadaqah






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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Tue Dec 02, 2014 11:44 am

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Episode 2


Virtues of Charity


1. The Reward for giving Charity (Zakat and Sadaqah) and Punishment for withholding it.
2. The types of wealth on which Zakat is paid.









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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:35 am

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Episode 3


On whom Zakat is due


1. Wisdom of ordaining Zakat
2. Purification of one’s wealth
3. Purification of one’s soul
4. Who pays the Zakah?
5. Who should receive the Zakah?
6. What is Nisab?
7. On what Zakah is paid?






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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Thu Dec 04, 2014 9:51 am

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Episode 4


Nisab of Zakah


Part One



1. Wealth a person has for one full lunar year
2. Make intention before paying
3. Delaying paying the Zakah










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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Sat Dec 06, 2014 12:14 pm




Episode 5

Nisab of Zakah

Part 2


1. Categories of wealth
2. Nisab for gold is 85 grams of 24 carat gold and for silver is 595 grams.
3. Zakat for gold, silver is 2.5%
4. Paper currency is also 2.5%
5. There is no Zakat on precious stones.







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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:25 pm





Episode 6


Nisab of Trade and Investment



1. Zakah on gold and women’s gold jewelry
2. Zakat on rent of property not on the property
3. Zakat on property for trading in property on the value of the property
4. All merchandise is Zakatable, if its books, fabrics, fruits, vegetables etc
5. Gold, property or anything for investment is Zakatable, which is bought with the intention to resell








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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Sat Dec 06, 2014 4:15 pm




Episode 7

Nisab on Produce



1. Zakat is due when the produce it harvested
2. Only Wheat, Barley, Dates and Raisins.
3. Zakat on naturally irrigated land (rain water etc) is 10%
4. Zakat on produce from land that was irrigated artificial or mechanical means is 5%
5. Zakat on land that was irrigated naturally and with mechanical means is 7.5%









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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Sun Dec 07, 2014 10:02 am




Episode 8

Nisab on Livestock


1. The ruling of Zakat on different types of crops
2. Camels, cattle and sheep are only Zakatable
3. Definitions of the Arabic terms and the rules of zakat relative to them.
4. See Pdf for the Zakat on Livestock








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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Sun Dec 07, 2014 11:49 am




Episode 9


Nisab on Treasures and Minerals



1. 20% on treasure found to be paid to Al-Fai – according to the majority of the scholars
2. 2.5% on minerals but there is no waiting for one lunar year
3. Rulings when one loses his wealth just before the time to pay the Zakah









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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:49 am




Episode 10

Recipients of Zakah

Part One


1. Fuqara' (poor),
2. Al-Masakin (poor) but unknown to the society that they are poor,

very modest people they don’t beg and feel embarrassed to ask for help.
One needs to seek them out.
3. Those employed to collect (the funds);
4. To attract the hearts of those who have been inclined (towards Islam);
5. To free the captives;
6. For those in debt;
7. For Allah's cause,
8. Ibn As-Sabil;







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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Mon Dec 08, 2014 11:21 am




Episode 11

Recipients of Zakah
Part Two



1. Fuqara', (poor)
2. Al-Masakin (poor) but unknown to the society that they are poor,
very modest people they don’t beg and feel embarrassed to ask for help.
One needs to seek them out.
3. Those employed to collect (the funds); to take their salary,
but they must be Muslims and not from the family of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam)
4. To attract the hearts of those who have been inclined (towards Islam);

5. To free the captives;
6. For those in debt;
7. For Allah's cause,
8. Ibn As-Sabil;










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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Mon Dec 08, 2014 11:39 am





Episode 12

Recipients of Zakah
Part Three



1. Fuqara', (poor)
2. Al-Masakin (poor) but unknown to the society that they are poor,
very modest people they don’t beg and feel embarrassed to ask for help.
One needs to seek them out.
3. Those employed to collect (the funds); to take their salary,
but they must be Muslims and not from the family of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam)
4. To attract the hearts of those who have been inclined (towards Islam);
5. To free the captives; and slaves
6. For those in debt;
7. For Allah's cause, for Jihad, helping a student who is seeking Islamic knowledge,
any means to spread the Deen of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala.
8. Ibn As-Sabil; wayfarer










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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:47 am





Episode 13

Recipients of Zakah


Part Four



1. How to distribute the Zakah
2. If the amount is substantial, it is better to distribute it to many categories;
if small then giving it to one person is better.
3. Not permissible to give Zakat to non-Muslims.
4. Not permissible to give Zakat to the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam) family
5. Not permissible to give Zakat to ones dependents nor ones parents.
6. Not permissible to give Zakat to one’s wife but the wife can give her Zakat to her husband.
If the wife has a debt he can pay his wife’s debt from the Zakah.

Distributors of Zakat


1. Individuals can pay their own Zakah to recipients
2. The Islamic Government can appoint Zakah Collectors
3. If the state has a Baitul-Mal then it is better to give to the state
and they do the distribution or a trust worthy organization.







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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Tue Dec 09, 2014 11:31 am





Episode 14


Recipients of Zakah

Part Five



1. Give to the family first, except wife, children, grandchildren, parents, grandparents.
2. Zakat should be given with caution to Muslims who have bad habits, like drinking etc
3. It should not be given to Muslims who do not pray as it has been established that one
who does not pray is not a Muslim.
4. Zakah should be paid to the poor in one’s locality first, unless one has relatives in
another locality or country, unless there is an urgent need like a disaster or calamity.
5. Withholding the Zakah is a major sin.
6. If one was ignorant about Zakah and did not pay, one should repent and pay the Zakah
for the previous and the current years.
7. One cannot give Zakah for value of the item eg giving moeny instead of 1 sheep in
the case of the farmer






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PostSubject: Re: Fiqh of Zakat   Tue Dec 09, 2014 2:14 pm




Episode 15



Zakatul-Fitr




1. A Sa’ (Approx 2.4 kilos), of dates, barley, raisins, wheat or the average food of a locality like rice is some countries.
2. To be paid by one for all who are under his guardianship, - wife, children and servants if they are Muslims, one Sa’ for each person
3. Zakatul-Fitr purifies a fasting person’s small sins and helps to feed the poor so they don’t have to beg on Eid day.
4. It has to be paid even for a child born before the Dawn on Eid day
5. It can be give a day or two before Eid day and it must be paid before Salatul-Eid
6. The recipients of Zakatul-Fitr are the same as the recipients of Zakah as laid down in Surah Al-Baqarah 2: 60



Zakah on Partnership


1. Each partner’s share must be above the Nisab of Zakah for Zakah to be paid for them



Giving the Zakat or Sadaqah privately or publicly


1. Sadaqah is the voluntary charity and according to the Ayat in the Qur'an one is giving a goodly loan to Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala.
2. Either is desirable depending on the intention
3. Give publicly will encourage others to also contribute
4. Giving privately is better for one so that one is sincere in his intention










This completes the Huda Tv series Fiqh of Zakah by Dr Muhammad Salah


May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala bless Dr Muhammad Salah and the Huda Tv team with Khair both in this world and the next Ameen
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