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Is the Allocation of One-Half of Khums for Bani Hashim Favouritism? View
Is the Allocation of One-Half of Khums for Bani Hashim Favouritism?

Some people are of the impression that this Islamic tax, which covers twenty percent of most wealth and one-half of which has been apportioned for the Sadat,(1) in Khums is a kind of familial distinction and smells of nepotism and favouritism – an

A Brief Introduction to Zakat And Khums View
A Brief Introduction to Zakat And Khums

Zakat and Khums are among the financial religious duties of every Muslim who meet the necessary criteria of wealth to help the needy. Zakat (Taxation) We may consider Salat (Prayer) and sawm (Fasting) as two acts of worship whose immediate basis is physical

The Philosophy of Zakat View
The Philosophy of Zakat

It is obvious for three reasons that the role of the public treasury and zakat (which is one of the sources of income for it), is of extreme importance. Firstly, Islam did not manifest itself as an ethical, philosophical or theological doctrine but rather,

Khums in the Quran and History View
Khums in the Quran and History

Introduction The term “Khums” literally means “one-fifth or 20%”. In Islamic legal terminology, it means “one-fifth of not-spent certain items which a person acquires as wealth, and which must be paid as an Islamic tax”.

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