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Jami' At-Tirmidhi

Book: Chapters on Zakat (7)    أبواب الزکاۃ

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Chapter No: 1

Abu Dhar (RA) said: "I came to Allah’s Apostle ﷺ while he was sitting in the shade of the Ka'bah." He said: "so (when) he saw me coming he said: 'They are the worst losers on the Day of resurrection! By the Lord of the Ka'bah!'" He said: "I said to myself: Woe is me! Perhaps something has been revealed concerning me!'" He said: "So I asked: ' May my father and mother be ransomed for you, who are they?' So, Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: 'They are those who have much (wealth), except for the one who spends like this, and this, and this and motioned with his hand to his front, and to his right, and to his left.' Then he said: 'By the One in Whose Hand is my soul! No man will die, leaving a camel or a cow that he did not pay Zakah on, except that it will come on the Day of Judgment larger and fatter than it was, they will tread him under their hooves and butt him with their horns, all of them; such that when the last of them has had a turn, the first returns to him, until he is judged before the people.'"

Chapter No: 2

Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said: "When you have paid the Zakah (obligatory charity) against your wealth then indeed you have fulfilled what is required of you."


Anas (RA) said: "We would desire that a wise Bedouin may come and put up a question to the Prophet ﷺ while in our presence. So, once while we were hoping this, a Bedouin came and sat down before him (humbly) with folded legs, and he said: 'O Muhammad ﷺ, your messenger came to us and informed us that you claim that Allah has sent you.' So, the Prophet ﷺ said: 'Yes.' He said, 'So, by the One who elevated the skies, and stretched the earth, and erected the mountains; has Allah (really) sent you?' The Prophet ﷺ replied, 'Yes.' He said: 'Your messenger informed us that you say that there are five prayers obligatory upon us in a day and a night.' The Prophet ﷺ replied, 'Yes.' He said, 'By the One Who sent you, has Allah (really) commanded you that?' He said, 'Yes.' He said, 'Your messenger told us that you say that we have to fast for a month out of the year.' He said, 'He spoke the truth.' He said, 'By the One Who sent you, has Allah (really) commanded you that?' The Prophet ﷺ replied, 'Yes.' He said, 'Your messenger told us that we must pay Zakah (obligatory charity) from our wealth.' The Prophet ﷺ said, 'He spoke the truth.' He said, 'By the One Who sent you, has Allah (really) commanded you that?' The Prophet ﷺ replied, 'Yes.' He said, 'Your messenger told us that you say that it is obligatory to perform Hajj to Allah's House for the one who is able to undertake the journey.' The Prophet replied, 'Yes.' He said, 'By the One Who sent you, has Allah (really) Commanded you that?'. The Prophet ﷺ said: 'Yes.' So, he said: 'By the One Who sent you with the Truth, I will not leave any of them, nor surpass them.' Then he got up and left quickly. The Prophet ﷺ said: 'If the Bedouin spoke the truth, then he will enter Paradise.'"

Chapter No: 3

Narrated from Ali (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: "I have exempted charity on horses and slaves. So, bring charity for silver, one Dirham against every forty Dirham. I will not take anything on one hundred and ninety Dirham, so when it reaches two hundred, then it is five Dirham on it."

Chapter No: 4

Salim narrated from his father that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ compiled a book on charity, but he died before sending it to his governors; he placed it along with his sword. When he died, Abu Bakr (RA) enforced it until he died, as then did Umar until he died. In it was stated: "A sheep (is due) against five camels, two sheeps against ten (camels), three sheeps against fifteen (camels), four sheeps against twenty (camels), a Bint Makhad (a one year she camel) on twenty-five to thirty-five (camels). When it is more than that, then a Bint Labun (a two year she camel), is given, till reaches forty-five camels. When it is more than that, then a Hiqqah (a three year she camel) until sixty. When it is more than that, then a Jadhah ((a four year she camel) until seventy-five. When it is more than one hundred and twenty, then a Hiqqah (a three year she camel) against every fifty, and a Bint Labun (a two year she camel) against every forty. Regarding sheep; one sheep (is due) against every forty sheeps until one hundred and twenty. When it is more than that, then two sheeps until two hundred. When it is more than that, then three sheeps until three hundred sheep. When it is more than three hundred sheep, then a sheep against every hundred sheep. Then there is nothing until it reaches four hundred. The (property of) individuals should not be combined and the collective (property) should not be separated to evade (payment of) Sadaqah. And whatever is mixed together that two own, then they are to divide the total in equal shares. And an old or defective (animal) will not be taken for charity."

Chapter No: 5

Narrated from Abdullah bin Mas'ud (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said: "A Tabi (one year old he calf) or a Tabi'ah (one year old she calf) is paid against thirty cows, and a Musinnah (two-year cow) on every forty."


Mu'adh bin Jabal (RA) said: "The Prophet ﷺ sent me to Yemen and commanded me to collect a Tabi (one year old he calf) or a Tabi'ah (one year old she calf) against every thirty cows, a Musinnah (two-year cow) on every forty, a Dinar from every young man, or its equivalent of cloth (as Jizyah). "


Amr bin Murrah said: "I asked Abu Ubaidah bin Abdullah: 'Did you remember anything from Abdullah (RA)?' He said, 'No'"

Chapter No: 6

Narrated from Ibn Abbas (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ sent Mu'adh to Yemen and said to him: "You will enter upon people of the Book, so invite them to bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah, and that I am the Messenger of Allah. If they obey (you in) that, then teach them that Allah has made five prayers obligatory upon them in a day and a night. If they obey (you in) that, then teach them that Allah has made it obligatory upon them to pay a charity against their wealth, which will be taken from their rich and given to the poor among them. If they obey (you in) that, then refrain from (taking) their most precious wealth, and protect yourself from the supplication of the oppressed, for there is no veil between it and Allah."

Chapter No: 7

Narrated from Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said that no charity is due on less than five camels, and there is no charity due on what is less than five Awwaq (of silver), and there is no charity due on what is less than five Awasaq (of grain).


Abu Saeed Khudri (RA) narrated from the Prophet ﷺ a hadith like the hadith of Abdul Aziz reported by Amr ibn Yahya. (similar to Hadith no. 626).

Chapter No: 8

Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said neither a charity is due upon a Muslim against his horse nor against his slave.

Chapter No: 9

Narrated from Ibn Umar (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said that one skin is due against every ten skins of honey.


Narrated from Ubaidullah bin Umar that Nafi said: "Umar bin Adbul-Aziz asked me regarding charity due on honey, so I said to him: 'We do not have honey that we may extract charity from, but Al-Mughirah bin Hakim informed us that he ﷺ said: 'There is no charity due on honey.' So, Umar said: 'Justice is my pleasure.' So, he wrote to the people that it is lifted, meaning (the obligation of giving charity) from them."

Chapter No: 10

Narrated from Ibn Umar (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: "Whoever earned wealth, then there is no Zakah on it until the Hawl (one complete year) has passed on it while being in the possession of owner."


Narrated from Ibn Umar (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: "Whoever earned wealth, then there is no Zakah on it until the Hawl (one complete year) has passed on it while being in the possession of owner."

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