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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 535Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Anas
Abu Bakr wrote to me what Allah had ordered His Apostle (about zakat) which goes: Neither an old nor a defected animal, nor a male-goat may be taken as zakat except if the zakat collector wishes (to take it).
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 531Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Anas
Abu Bakr wrote to me what Allah's Apostle has made compulsory (regarding zakat) and this was mentioned in it: If a property is equally owned by two partners, they should pay the combined zakat and it will be considered that both of them have paid their zakat equally.
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 487Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Said
Allah's Apostle (p.b.u.h) said, "No zakat is due on property mounting to less than five Uqiyas (of silver), and no zakat is due on less than five camels, and there is no zakat on less than five Wasqs." (A Wasqs equals 60 Sa's) & (1 Sa=3 K gms App.)
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 538Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Said Al-Khudri
Allah's Apostle said, "No zakat is imposed on less than five Awsuq of dates; no zakat is imposed on less than five Awaq of silver, and no zakat is imposed on less than five camels."
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 528Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Anas
Abu Bakr wrote to me what Allah had instructed His Apostle (p.b.u.h) to do regarding the one who had to pay one Bint Makhad (i.e. one year-old she-camel) as zakat, and he did not have it but had got Bint Labun (two year old she-camel). (He wrote that) it could be accepted from him as zakat, and the collector of zakat would return him 20 Dirhams or two sheep; and if the zakat payer had not a Bint Makhad, but he had Ibn Labun (a two year old he-camel) then it could be accepted as his zakat, but he would not be paid anything.
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 547Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Huraira
Allah's Apostle (p.b.u.h) ordered (a person) to collect zakat, and that person returned and told him that Ibn Jamil, Khalid bin Al-Walid, and Abbas bin 'Abdul Muttalib had refused to give zakat." The Prophet said, "What made Ibn Jamll refuse to give zakat though he was a poor man, and was made wealthy by Allah and His Apostle ? But you are unfair in asking zakat from Khalid as he is keeping his armor for Allah's Cause (for Jihad). As for Abbas bin 'Abdul Muttalib, he is the uncle of Allah's Apostle (p.b.u.h) and zakat is compulsory on him and he should pay it double."
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 526Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Said Al-Khudri
Allah's Apostle said, "There is no zakat on less than five camels and also there is no zakat on less than five Awaq (of silver). (5 Awaq = 22 Fransa Riyals of Yamen or 200 Dirhams.) And there is no zakat on less than five Awsuq. (A special measure of food-grains, and one Wasq equals 60 Sa's.) (For gold 20, Dinars i.e. equal to 12 Guinea English. No zakat for less than 12 Guinea (English) of gold or for silver less than 22 Fransa Riyals of Yamen.)
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 534Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Anas
When Abu Bakr; sent me to (collect the zakat from) Bahrain, he wrote to me the following: (In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful). These are the orders for compulsory charity (zakat) which Allah's Apostle had made obligatory for every Muslim, and which Allah had ordered His Apostle to observe: Whoever amongst the Muslims is asked to pay zakat accordingly, he should pay it (to the zakat collector) and whoever is asked more than that (what is specified in this script) he should not pay it; for twenty-four camels or less, sheep are to be paid as zakat; for every five camels one sheep is to be paid, and if there are between twenty-five to thirty-five camels, one Bint Makhad is to be paid; and if they are between thirty-six to forty-five (camels), one Bint Labun is to be paid; and if they are between forty-six to sixty (camels), one Hiqqa is to be paid; and if the number is between sixty-one to seventy-five (camels), one Jadh'a is to be paid; and if the number is between seventy-six to ninety (camels), two Bint Labuns are to be paid; and if they are from ninety-one to one-hundred-and twenty (camels), two Hiqqas are to be paid; and if they are over one-hundred and-twenty (camels), for every forty (over one-hundred-and-twenty) one Bint Labun is to be paid, and for every fifty camels (over one-hundred-and-twenty) one Hiqqa is to be paid; and who ever has got only four camels, has to pay nothing as zakat, but if the owner of these four camels wants to give something, he can. If the number of camels increases to five, the owner has to pay one sheep as zakat. As regards the zakat for the (flock) of sheep; if they are between forty and one-hundred-and-twenty sheep, one sheep is to be paid; and if they are between one-hundred-and-twenty to two hundred (sheep), two sheep are to be paid; and if they are between two-hundred to three-hundred (sheep), three sheep are to be paid; and for over three-hundred sheep, for every extra hundred sheep, one sheep is to be paid as zakat. And if somebody has got less than forty sheep, no zakat is required, but if he wants to give, he can. For silver the zakat is one-fortieth of the lot (i.e. 2.5%), and if its value is less than two-hundred Dirhams, zakat is not required, but if the owner wants to pay he can.'
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Chapter No: 24, Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
Hadith no: 576Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Hummaid As-Saidi
Allah's Apostle (p.b.u.h) appointed a man called Ibn Al-Lutbiya, from the tribe of Al-Asd to collect zakat from Bani Sulaim. When he returned, (after collecting the zakat) the Prophet checked the account with him.
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Chapter No: 49, Gifts, The superiority of giving and extortion of
Hadith no: 781Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Hummaid As-Saidi
The Prophet (SAW) appointed a man from the tribe of Al-Azd, called Ibn Al-Lutabiyya for collecting the zakat. When he returned he said, "This (i.e. the zakat) is for you and this has been given to my as a present." The Prophet (SAW) said, "Why hadn't he stayed in his father's or mother's house to see whether he would be given presents or not? By Him in Whose Hands my soul is, whoever takes something from the resources of the zakat (unlawfully) will be carrying it on his neck on the Day of Resurrection; if it be a camel, it will be grunting; if a cow, it will be mooing; and if a sheep, it will be bleating." The Prophet (SAW) then raised his hands till we saw the whiteness of his armpits, and he said thrice, "O Allah! Haven't I conveyed Your Message (to them)?"
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