Chapter no: 10, The Chapters Regarding Zakat hadees, hadis, hadith

61 Hadiths In This Chapter. Page 2 Of 7

Hadith no: 1794
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Said Al-Khudri
he heard the Prophet (saw) say: "There is no sadaqah on anything less than five Awsaq of dates, five Awaq of silver and five camels." Sahih


Hadith no: 1795
Narrated / Authority Of: Ali bin Abu Talib
Abbas asked the Prophet (saw) about paying his Sadaqah before it is due, and he granted him permission to do that. Hasan


Hadith no: 1796
Narrated / Authority Of: Abdullah bin Abu Awfa
"Whenever a man brought Sadaqah to the Messenger of Allah (saw), he would bless him. I brought him the Sadaqah of my wealth and he said: 'Allhumma, salli ala ali abi awfa(O Allah! Send blessing upon the family of Abu Awfa).' " Hasan


Hadith no: 1797
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Hurairah
the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "When you give Zakat, do not forget its reward, and say 'Allahummaj-'alha maghnaman wa la taj-'alha maghrama (O Allah! Make it a gain and do not make it a loss).' " (Maudu') Daif


Hadith no: 1798
Narrated / Authority Of: Ibn Shihab
from Salim bin Abdullah, from his father, from the Prophet (saw): Ibn Shihab said: "Salim read to me a letter that the Messenger of Allah (saw) had written concerning Sadaqat, before Allah caused him to pass away, in which it was said: 'For five camels one sheep; for ten, two sheep; for twenty, four sheep. For twenty five, a Bint Makhad(a one year old she-camel), up to thirty-five; if there is no Bint Makhad, then a Bin Labun ( a two-year-old male camel). If there are more than thirty-five even one, then a Bint Labun ( a two-year-old she-camel) must be given up to forty-five. If there are more than forty-five, even one, then a Hiqqah (a three-year-old she-camel), up to sixty camels. If there are more than sixty, even one more, then a Jadha'ah ( a four-year-old she-camel) must be given, up to seventy-five. If there are more than seventy-five, even one more, then two Bint Labun must be given, upto ninety. If there are more than ninety, even one more, then two Hiqqah must be given, up to one hundred and twenty. If there are many camels, then for each fifty, one Hiqqah must be given and for each forty a Bint Labun' " Daif


Hadith no: 1799
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Said Al-Khudri
"The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'There is no Sadaqah on any less then five camels, or for four. If the number of camels reaches five then one sheep must be given, up to nine. If the number reaches ten, then two sheep must be given, up to fourteen. If the number reaches fifteen, then three sheep must be given, up to nineteen. If the number reaches twenty, then four sheep must be given, up to twenty-four. If the number reaches twenty-five, then a Bint Makhad (a one year old she-camel), must be given up to thirty-five; if there is not Bint Makhad, then a Bin Labun (a two-year-old male camel). If there are more camels then a Bint Labun (a two-year-old she-camel) up to forty-five. If there are more camels then a Hiqqah (a three-year-old she-camel) must be given up to sixty. If there are more camels then a Jadha'ah (a five-year-old she-camel) must be given up to seventy-five. If there are more camels, then two Bint Labun must be given, up to ninety. If there are more camels, then two Hiqqah must be given, up to one hundred and twenty. The for each fifty, one Hiqqah, and for each forty, a Bint Labun.' " Sahih


Hadith no: 1800
Narrated / Authority Of: Anas bin Malik
Abu Bakr Siddiq wrote to him: "In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. This is the obligation of Sadaqah which the Messenger of Allah (saw) enjoined upon the Muslims, as Allah commanded the Messenger of Allah (saw). The ages of camels to be given (in Zakat) may be made up in sheep. So if a man has camels on which the Sadaqah is a Jadha'ah (a four-year-old she-camel) and he does not have a Jadha'ah but he has a Hiqqah (a three year old she-camel), then the Hiqqah should be accepted from him, and two sheep should be given (in addition), if they are readily available, or twenty Dirham. If a man has camels on which the Sadaqah is a Hiqqah, and he only has a Bin Labun( a two-year-old she-camel), then the Bint Labun should be accepted from him, along with two sheep or twenty Dirhams.If a man has camels on which the sadaqah is a Bint Labun, and he does not have one, but he has a Hiqqah, then it should be accepted from him, and the Zakat collector should give him back twenty Dirham or two sheep. If a man has camels on which Sadaqah is a Bint Labun, and he does not have one, but he has a Bint Makhad(a one-year-old she-camel), then the Bint Makhad should be accepted from him, along with twenty Dirham or two sheep. If a man has camels on which the Sadaqah is a Bint Makhad, and he does not have one, but he has a Bint Labun, then the Bint Labun should be accepted from him, and the Zakat collector should give him back twenty Dirhams or two sheep. Whoever does not have a Bint Makhad, but he has a Bint Labun (a two-year-old male camel), then it should be accepted from him and nothing else should be given along with it.' " Daif


Hadith no: 1801
Narrated / Authority Of: Suwaid bin Ghafalah
"The Zakah collector of the Prophet (saw) came to us, and I took him by the hand and read in his order: 'Do not gather separate herds and do not separate herd for fear of Sadaqah'. A man brought him a huge, fat she-camel, but he refused to accept it. So he brought him another of lower quality and he accepted it. He said: 'What land would shelter me, if I came to the Messenger of Allah (saw) having taken the nest of a Muslim man's camels?' " Hasan


Hadith no: 1802
Narrated / Authority Of: Jarir bin Abdullah
the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "The Zakat collector should not come back unless the people are pleased with him." Hasan


Hadith no: 1803
Narrated / Authority Of: Muadh bin Jabal
"The Messenger of Allah (saw) send me to Yemen and commanded me; for every forty cows, to take a Musinnah and for every thirty, a Tabi or Tabiah." Hasan


«FIRST <PREV ( Page 2 of 7 ) NEXT> LAST»