بنو ہاشم کے لئے زکوٰۃ: فقہی آراء کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ

Hashmis’ Entitlement for Zakat: Analytical Study of Juristic Opinions

  • Naseem Mahmood Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Thought and Civilization, University of Management and Technology, Sialkot https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8887-6709
  • Abdul Aleem Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Thought and Civilization, University of Management and Technology, Sialkot
Keywords: Hashmies, Charity, Compulsory, Optional, Livelihood, Juristic Approaches

Abstract

All social members belong to the different economic status and zakat and other charities in Islamic economic system are specified for the poor and needy persons of the Muslim state. The people belonging to the family and tribe of Holy Prophetﷺ, called Hashamies of Banu Hashim, also reside in this world and naturally they are also devided into different economic classes. Holy Prophetﷺ prohibited his family members receive the charities from the Muslim wealth and declared their right in Ghaneemah, the wealth of the enemies left in the battlefield. It was only to ensure their respect and dignity in the society. But in the contemporary world no such fund has been specified for such people who are poor and needy persons in the society. If donations are not allowed for them, they are unable to earn the money, and no opportunity is available for the satisfaction of their daily needs then how they will be able to survive? Keeping in view such situations, Islamic jurists are of three opinions. Firstly it is absolutely prohibited them, secondly it is absolutely allowed for them and according to thirdly the compulsory charities are prohibited for them and they are allowed to enjoy the optional charities. This research paper is an analytical study of the juristic approaches and their argumentations. After the analytical review of the conclusive approach and its justification it has been discussed in detail to be adopted for practice in present era.

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Published
2023-11-22
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