• Zakat Derived from the Arabic word "al-Zakat" which means holy, blessing, blessing, bloom, fertilize, grow and charity.
• In terms of terminology, the obligatory means of delivery which must be done on the part of the wealth of resources that one has a good Muslim to those who deserve it.
"O ye who believe! Spend it (in the way of Allah) part of the labors of the good and some of what we remove from the earth for you."
(Surah Al-Baqarah 2: 267)
"And indeed the Prophet ordered us to remove the charity from the possessions that we provide for sale (Urud al-tijarah)."
(Reported by Abu Dawud)
Zakat Mandatory Terms
• Just Nisab
• Just Haul
• Held Perfect
• The intention of dealing
The rate of Zakat
Legal Terms Zakat
Types of Zakat
Zakat Fitrah Zakat is obligatory on every Muslim male and female individuals who can afford to certain conditions and may be paid in the month of Ramadan until the morning of the 1st of Shawwal before performing Eid prayers.
Property alms :
Zakat zakat is imposed on certain assets and can be paid at any time. The rate of zakat is 2.5% of total assets. Zakat must removed property as it is one way to God and Islamic Jihad.
Zakat property is divided into several types:
- Zakat Fund (the Fund)
- Business Zakat (including shares)
- zakat Income
- Zakat Livestock
- Zakat on Gold and Silver
- zakat Agriculture
- Zakat Mines (Gold and Silver)