|Book By Language||English|
|Size cm||14x21 S/C|
|Author(s)||Shykh Muhammad bin Salih Al-Uthaimin|
Fasting and Zakah are two of the five precepts of Islam that provide benefits not only to an individual; but to the society at large. Darussalam brings forth a set of 215 Fatawas regarding Fasting and Zakah by the eminent Muslim Scholars; Shaykh 'Abdul-'Aziz bin 'Abdullah bin Baz, Shaykh Muhammad bin Salih Al- 'Uthaimin, and Shaykh 'Abdullah bin 'Abdur-Rahman Al-Jibreen; along with the assistance of the Permanent Committee and the decisions of the Fiqh Council. This book is a great guide to the Muslim Ummah and answers the queries in the light of Fiqh and Shariah Compliance. In a literal sense, fasting means to refrain from eating food or drinking before the break of dawn till the sunset; but this sacred obligation is not just about abstaining from food or drinks rather there is a deep meaning hidden in it. As Allah (SWT) said: "O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that you may learn Taqwa." - Al-Quran: Surah Al-Baqarah (2:183) The first half of the book is regarding rulings on Fasting and has got all the answers starting off with;
The second half of the book brings in a huge collection of rulings on Az-Zakah in the light of the Quran and Sunnah. Zakah is a compulsory payment on two and a half percent of the savings and serves as a means of social welfare. There is a detailed discussion on all of the Zakah related rulings and their importance, who is eligible to pay it as well as who is eligible of receiving it, the amount to be paid, and last but not least there is a whole bunch of things listed on which Zakah is permissible and/or impermissible such as; a wealth of the orphans, monthly salary, land, rental property as well as commodities; to name a few. We at Darussalam are pleased to contribute to the well-being of Muslim Ummah and we hope that the readers will benefit from this book. Grab your e-book now to learn about the life-long experience. May Allah (SWT) guide us all and grant us a high place in Paradise. Ameen.