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Year of Tolerance

Dar Al Ber

Allah Says "And establish prayer and give zakah and obey the Messenger - that you may receive mercy" Surah Noor Verse 56

Zakat is the third pillar of Islam, as in the authentic hadiths narrated by Ibn Umar that the Prophet, peace be upon him said: "Islam is built upon five pillars"

Zakat In Sunnah

Zakat in the Sunnah of the Prophet Exhortation to the Payment of Zakat and Stressing its Status as an Obligatory Act

Zakat Conditions

Islam: Being a Muslim

Freedom: It is not obligatory for slaves; because a slave does not have money, and it is noteworthy that slavery was abolished by Islam long ago. Complete possession: This means that the owned money must be in the owner’s possession.

Growth: This means actual or potential growth and increase of money, like live stock by breeding, the plants that bear fruits, trade growth, and the money liable to growth, and the evidence for that is the Prophet’s saying: “A Muslim should not pay Zakat on his horse and servant.” Narrated by Al-Bukhari. Imam Al-Nawawi said: “This hadith is evidence that the money intended for immediate use is not liable to Zakat.
Surplus of money after meeting the basic needs: food, clothing, and housing for oneself and one’s wife, children, and dependents.

Zakat Al Fitr

The ruling: It is obligatory for every Muslim man and woman due to the hadith of Ibn Umar, may Allah be pleased with him who said: “The Messenger of Allah peace be upon him prescribed Zakat al-Fitr in Ramadan.” [Narrated by the Group].
Its wisdom: First: Purifying the fasting person of idle and obscene talk, committed during the month of Ramadan. Second: Feeding the needy and showing compassion with them in the Eid. This is evident in the hadith of Ibn Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, who said: “The Messenger of Allah peace be upon him prescribed Zakat al-Fitr as purification for the fasting person from idle and obscene talk, and to feed the poor.” [Narrated by Abu Dawood].
Who must pay it? It is obligatory on every Muslim man and woman, whether adult or child, whether free or slave, who owns what is more than his needs and the needs of his dependents. Ibn Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated: The Messenger of Allah peace be upon him prescribed Zakat al-Fitr in Ramadan, one saa of dates or barley .. on the free people and slaves, males and females, children and adults from among the Muslims.” [Narrated by the Group]. It is desirable to give it even for the fetus as Abu Qilaba: “It was liked to pay Zakat al-Fitr on children and adults, even on fetus.” [Narrated by Abdul-Razak with a good attribution].
To whom it is given? Zakat Al-Fitr is given only to the poor and needy, the people who do not have their needs on the day of Eid, due to the hadith of Ibn Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him: “To feed the poor.” [Narrated by Abu Dawood], while the rest of the six categories are not given Zakat al-Fitr except if they are poor or needy.
Its Amount: One Saa for every Muslim, and one saa = 2.176 kg.