Posts Tagged ‘ EPI – Zakat ’

Investment, Interest & Islam
Why interest and hoarding money are forbidden in Islam? (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
A Glimpse into some of the Qualities of Khilafat-e-Rashida
A look at some of the qualities of the Successors to the Holy Prophet(sa) who could not be corrupted despite the absolute religion and temporal powers they enjoyed. (Waleed Ahmad - UK)
The Philosophy of Zakat – Part II
Zakat is taken from the well-to-do and given to the poor. It teaches sympathy of the highest order. (Maulana Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad)
The Philosophy of Zakat – Part I
Exploring the role and function of Zakat as a means of purifying one’s wealth, helping to relieve the suffering of the poor and a basis for economic and spiritual advancement. (Maulana Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad)
Economic Values
The author reflects on verses of the Qur’an and the hadith relating to economic values. Economic values go hand in hand with social values. Recognising that all prosperity proceeds from God should lead individuals and society as a whole to realise that, even from the purely selfish point of view, the greatest benefit is to be derived from beneficent spending and distribution of wealth and not from avariciously holding it back. (Chaudhry Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan)
Economic Justice
The Islamic economic system narrows the gap between the haves and have nots. An emphasis on spending, zakat and prohibition of interests ensuring a fast circulation of wealth. (Saad Ahmad - USA)
Service to Humanity – A Religious Duty in Islam
The importance of doing good to others. (Tommy Kallon – UK)
Investment, Interest, and Islam
It is very important in Islam not to hoard money but to keep it working. How does Islam view placing money on the capitalist stock market system? (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
(Olayiwolo Jegede)
Econmic Values
(Chaudhry Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan)