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Zakah: The Religious Tax of Islam (Brief Guidelines)






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Zakah: The Religious Tax of Islam (Brief Guidelines)

Zakah: The Religious Tax of Islam (Brief Guidelines)


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Especificaciones
Código del Artículo: IDG338

por Abdul Rehman Ansari

Paperback (Edición: 2005)

Idara Isha'at-E-Diniyat (P) Ltd.
ISBN 8171014038

Tamaño: 8.5" X 5.5"
Páginas: 31

Precio: Euro 4.95

Descripción
About the Book:

Zakah is one of the five pillars of Islam and a unique system, which has no parallel in any of the other prevailing religions. Unfortunately Muslims, in general, know little about the rules of governing Zakah. The author deserves compliments for compiling this monograph dealing exhaustively in a simple and easy-to-understand manner with all the aspects.

CONTENTS

Zakah4
Definition of Zakah5
When Zakah becomes Obligatory6
Nisab: Minimum Wealth8
Loans9
When the year Begins13
Lunar Year14
Wealthy Minors14
Paying Zakah in Advance14
Fluctuating Wealth15
Earnings in between the Year15
Zakah on:

Gold and Silver16

Jewellery, Utensils, Clothes, Cash16

Cash plus Silver and Gold, Currency Notes17

Income from Fixed Property17

Possessions to which Zakah is applicable18

Precious Stones, Income from Rent, Trade Vehicles18

Rate of Zakah, What to Give as Zakah19

Farmlands, Trade Goods, The Kinds of Trade Goods19
Nisab on Trade Goods. Partnership Earnings, Shares20
Debts must be Deducted20
Discharging the Duty of Zakah21
The making of Niy-yah (Intention)21
Indirect Payment of Zakah21
To set aside Zakah Money21
To give Zakah without Niy-yah (intention)22
To give way everything22
To Pay Zakah by Cheque, M.O., P.N., etc.22
To Whom Zakah cannot be given22
To the Non-Muslims23
To Relatives, To Children, To Sayyeds23
To Services, Rendered, To a Servant24
To a Masjid, To Pay Debts of a Deceased, To Pay Funeral Expenses24
Zakah Paid by Currency Notes25
Zakah given as:
Loan, Gift25
Debt cannot be recovered by Own Zakah25
To Whom Zakah must be given26
Zakah on Livestock28
Zakah Table for Livestock29
Miscellaneous Information30
Zakat-ul-Fitr30

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Azaque o Zakah


El azaque (en árabe زكاة, transcrito generalmente como zakaat zakah; en turco zekât) es el tercero de los cinco pilares del islam. Es una proporción fija de la riqueza personal que debe tributarse para ayudar a los pobres y necesitados, para remunerar a los recaudadores de este tributo, manumitir esclavos y diversos destinos benéficos. Su significado literal es 'crecer (en bondad)', 'incrementarse', 'purificarse' o 'hacer lo puro'. Está prescrito en el Corán. En ocasiones, dado que el arabismo azaque no es muy conocido, en castellano se llama al azaque «limosna», aun cuando el concepto no es exactamente el mismo.


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