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Ummah Global Relief "Refuting claims of annulment"Zakat

Ummah Global Relief: In fact, the two points of al Kasani are incorrect. The ruling is not annulled, and the need to reconcile hearts has not ceased. 264 more words

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Ummah Global Relief "Does giving for reconciliation end with the Messenger's death?"

Ummah Global Relief: Ahmad and his disciples believe the ruling on heart reconciliation is permanent, which is the opinion of al Zuhri and Abu Ja’far al Baqir.13 It is also taken up by the Ja’fari and Zaidi schools.14 Yunus says “I asked al Zuhri about this matter, and he said he knew of no change in this ruling,” Abu Ja’far al Nahhas comments, “Accordingly, the ruling on heart reconciliation is firm. 292 more words

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Ummah Global Relief "Amount of worker compensation"{Zakat}

Ummah Global Relief: Workers of the zakah agency are paid salaries equal to the market value of their labor. Al Shafi’i is reported to have suggested that total compensation for workers must not exceed one-eighth of the total proceeds of zakah, based on his opinion that total proceeds must be divided equally among the eight recipient categories. 557 more words

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Ummah Global Relief "Zakah provides regular help"

Ummah Global Relief: It is essential to observe that the preceding discussion leads to the view of zakah as regular and continuous relief to the poor, whether newly impoverished or disabled and handicapped, whereby people who need to be removed from poverty are given what satisfies their needs, while people who cannot earn are given regular relief at certain intervals. 503 more words

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Ummah Global Relief "The opinion of al Ghazali about Zakat"

Ummah Global Relief: In his al Ihya’ al Ghazali selects giving what is sufficient for one full year and argues that this has its origin in the fact that the Messenger (p) used to keep food sufficient for one year for his own family.69 Moreover, one year is a reasonable span of time for estimating the needs of the person. 472 more words

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Ummah Global Relief "The first opinion: satisfying lifetime needs"

Ummah Global Relief:This opinion aims at giving the poor what is sufficient to remove them from the poverty level forever, in such a way that they would not need zakah in the future. 378 more words

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Ummah Global Relief"The poor who are capable of earning" {Zakat}

Ummah Global Relief:A person who chooses to be idle and to live at the expense of society through charity and financial help despite being strong enough and capable of working and earning, is not eligible for zakah according to Shafi’ite and Hanbalite scholars, who say zakah must not be expended under the title of poor and needy to a rich person or a person capable of working at a job whose income is adequate to for personal and family need.25 In my opinion, this view is supported by the texts and principles of Shari’ah, to the extent that some Hanafites, who permit giving zakah to the poor person capable to earning, say it is not good for such a person to take zakah; i.e. 457 more words
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