Zakat

'And those employed to collect the funds are to be paid officially'


'As for him who gives in charity'


'They do not beg of people at all'


A lady giving in charity without spoiling her husband's property


A pagan giving charity and then embraces Islam


Accepting a she-kid as Rakat


Alms are only for the poor and the needy, for to free captives, and in debt, and in Allah's Cause.


Begging so as to increase one's wealth


Buying something back which one has given


Camels as Rakat


Charity expiates sins


Charity must be from money earned honestly


Charity practiced by a niggardly person


Collecting Zakat and Being Firm in Doing So


Counting Lambs and Kids when Assessing Zakat


Cows as Rakat


Estimating amount of dates still on the tree in order to give Rakat


Every Muslim must give in charity


Examples of an almsgiver and a miser


Exhorting one to give in charity


Fruit on which Zakat does Not have to be Paid


Fruits, Animal Fodder and Vegetables for which No Zakat has to be Paid


Giving charity on day of receipt of earnings


Giving charity to a wealthy person unknowingly


Giving charity to one's own son unknowingly


Giving charity to orphans


Giving charity with the right hand


Giving in charity as much as one can afford


Giving pledge of allegiance for paying Rakat


Giving to the Prophet and his offspring in charity


Giving Zakat to one's husband


Giving Zakat to relatives


How much is Zakat?


Jizya on People of the Book and Magians


Joining property and assessing Rakat


Measuring the Zakat al-Fitr


No Zakat is due on less than five camels


No Zakat on a horse of a Muslim


No Zakat on less than five Awsaq of dates


No Zakat on the slave of a Muslim


Not taking the best of people's property


Only the wealthy are required to give charity


Ordering servant to give charity


People for Whom it is Not Obligatory to Pay the Zakat al-Fitr


Practicing charity before such time comes when nobody would accept it


Property equally owned by two partners


Property from which Zakat is paid


Protection from the Hell-Fire


Receiving Zakat, and Who is Permitted to Receive It


Selling property on which Zakat is due


Selling Sadaqa and Taking It Back


Servant giving in charity on order of his master


Sheep as Rakat


Spending money righteously


Taking Zakat of dates during plucking season


The Imam himself branding camels to be given as Rakat


The one to whom Allah gives without him asking


The Prohibition against Making Things Difficult for People When Taking Zakat


The Prophet's family accepting transferred alms


The sin of a person who does not pay Rakat


The slavegirls of the wives of the Prophet accepting charity


The Zakat of Associates


The Zakat of silver


The Zakat on Buried Treasure (Rikaz)


The Zakat on Cattle


The Zakat on Debts


The Zakat on Estimated Yields of Date-Palms and Vines


The Zakat on Gold and Silver Coin


The Zakat on Inheritance


The Zakat on Livestock


The Zakat on Merchandise


The Zakat on Mines


The Zakat on Seeds and Olives


The Zakat on Slaves, Horses and Honey


The Zakat on the Property of Orphans and Trading on their Behalf


There is Khumus on Rikaz


Things on Which there is No Zakat, in the Way of Jewelry, Bits of Gold and Silver, and Amber


Things on which Zakat must be Paid


Tithes for the People of Dhimma


To abstain from begging


Use of camels given as Rakat


Ushr 1/10 of yield to be given in charity


Wealth which has been Hidden Away (Kanz)


What to Do about the Zakat when Two Years are Assessed Together


When to Send the Zakat al-Fitr


Which animals may not be given as Rakat


Who Pays the Zakat al-Fitr


Whoever has to pay a Bint Mukhad as Zakat and has not got it


Zakat may be paid in kind


Zakat on sea-products


Zakat taken from rich Muslims and given to poor Muslims


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