Fiqh Az Zakat (A Comparative Study) By Yusuf al-Qaradawi
Author: Yusuf al-Qaradawi
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2009
About This Book:
Yusuf al-Qaradawi's "Fiqh Az Zakat (A Comparative Study)" is a key work that gives a definite and similar survey of Islamic statute (fiqh) tending to Zakat, Islam's required almsgiving. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an outstanding Islamic researcher, purposefully explores the various features of Zakat in this academic magnum opus, drawing on verifiable Islamic sources while introducing a contemporary perspective. The book is a fundamental asset for the two understudies and researchers looking for a careful handle on Zakat's legitimate and moral parts.
Unraveling Zakat Jurisprudence
Yusuf al-Qaradawi dives into the jurisprudential parts of Zakat, revealing its standards, conditions, and applications. The book centers around verifiable Islamic lawful sources, like the Quran and Hadith, to give an exhaustive clarification of the legitimate system that controls the Zakat commitment in Islam.
Comparative Study of Different Schools of Thought
One of the book's benefits is its relative assessment, where al-Qaradawi assesses Zakat translations and decisions from different Islamic ways of thinking. The writer expands the peruser's point of view by giving a similar examination, featuring a variety of legitimate suppositions while underscoring the fundamental establishments that support the idea of Zakat.
Relevance and Application in the Present
Besides diving into customary regulation, "Fiqh Az Zakat" gives a cutting-edge point of view on the execution of Zakat in cutting edge circumstances. Al-Qaradawi covers the challenges and intricacies of managing Zakat in the present convoluted financial circumstance, guaranteeing that the book stays current and pertinent.