Zakat | Zakat Third Pillar of Islam | CSS/PCS/PMS


Zakat | Zakat Third Pillar of Islam | CSS/PCS/PMS

Zakat | Zakat Third Pillar of Islam | CSS/PCS/PMS

Outline:


• Definition of zakat
• Zakat in the light of the Koran and Hadith
• Objectives of Zakat
i) Purification of the soul
ii) Helping the poor
iii) Support Islam
• Importance Of Zakat:

• Definition of zakat:

The Arabic word Zakat means purity and purity. The word Zakat comes from the word "Tazkia". In religious terms, Zakat means that a Muslim with a wealth of more or more must spend 1/40 of his religion on the poor, needy, walkers and loved ones at the end of the year and the good God and the Prophet have ordered it.


• Zakat in the light of the Koran and hadith:


Among the basic principles of Islam, Zakat is of great importance and is the third pillar of Islam. In several places in the Koran, Zakat was ordered to Muslims side by side with Namaz.

Zakat According to the Qur'an:
1)
Those who spend their wealth night and day secretly and secretly - they will be rewarded by their Lord. They shall not fear, nor shall they grieve
(Al-Baqara: 274)

2)
The example of those who spend their wealth in the cause of Allah is like a grain of grain that grows into seven pieces; there are 100 grains in each light. And Allah multiplies whom He wills. And Allaah is the Most Cautious and the All-knowing.
(Al-Baqara: 261)

3)
O you who have believed, do not invalidate your charities with admonition or harm, because one spends his wealth [on the people] only in the sight of the people and does not believe in Allah and judgement day. His example is like a [large] lumbering stone that is dust and flows through rain that stays dry. They can’t keep from what they’ve got. And Allah does not guide the disbelievers.
(Al-Baqara: 264)

Zakat According to the Hadith:
1)
“I have been ordered to fight against the people until I declare that there is no God but Allah and they will pray and pay Zakat. "
(Muslim)

The above verses from the Qur'an and hadith is sufficient to indicate the plight of the poor in Islam. They make it quite clear that the building of Islam cannot be highlighted without the full consideration of the poor. In fact, it is on this basis that the poor are embedded in the pillars of faith.

• Objectives Of Zakat: 

i) Purification Of The Soul:
Zakat refers to a person's individual ability. The deliverer of raw materials purifies his heart from greed and fears Allah. Allah said:
And many apologists will be relieved of this fire.
(Al-Lail: 17-18)

In this verse, Zakat is described as a means of purifying the soul. The Holy Prophet declared that the love of the world is the root of evil. Love for the world may have many aspects, but it is essentially. Delivering the heart from temporal love is purifying it. If the poor liberate the freedom of the soul, it will prove that it purifies the soul. Beyond the love of worldly things, he seeks God's pleasure and the welfare of the Last Life. Rather, he leans toward pious actions.

ii) Help Of The Poor: 
The secondary purpose of the poor is to help the poor. provides needs for poor Muslims. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) said:
“In fact, Allah ordered Zak to be paid to them (Muslim). They take over from the rich and return to the poor. "
(Muslim)

It is true that the primary purpose of the poor is to purify the soul, but it is equally true that unless it serves the needs of the poor, its true purpose remains unattainable. This duty can be done when the poor touch their hands. This is the reason why the Qur'an regards the poor as the rights of the poor in the rich class of society.

iii) Support Of Islam:
It is accepted in all hands that the support and support of religion is not an ordinary thing. As such, the consumption of personal property is of paramount importance for this purpose. While the Quran commands the Holy War:
And spend in the way of Allah, and do not throw your hands into destruction. And do good; Moreover, Allah loves His good deeds.
(Al-Baqara: 195)

This means that failing to spend money on the protection and promotion of religion is tantamount to calling for destruction in this world and beyond. Something that provides protection from destruction, both in this world and after life, can never be considered less important.

• Importance Of Zakat:

Zakat is the backbone of the Islamic economic system. The Holy Qur'an speaks of charity as the next prayer in a series of worship and says that charity prayers are useless.
Zakat helps alleviate the plight of the poor, in other words: Zakat provides economic security for the Islamic community and prevents the accumulation of wealth in some hands. The rich have a duty to pay Zak, and the poor have a duty to get Zak. The rich must keep the poor and needy from begging, stealing and sleeping hungry. Zakat's institution is working to solve the problem of wealth destruction.

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