Things That Men Need to Pay Attention to in the Family

Supporting the religious and moral growth of women and children, assisting their education in the ways that will bring them eternal happiness, are among the most significant duties of men.

The happiness of a family depends on a righteous father’s strength of will. To be a righteous father means to be a father who provides his family with sustenance, discipline and protection. All these require a man to be intelligent, experienced, skilled and especially to have strong faith and good morals.

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To support the religious and moral growth of women and children, assisting their education in the ways that will bring them eternal happiness, are among the most significant duties of men. The Qur’an states:

O you who believe! Save yourselves and your fam- ilies from a fire whose fuel is men and stones … (66:6)

The full scope of this task encompasses the members of our families, our relatives, our neighbors and ultimately everybody in the country according to their positions and potentials; because just as families shape their greater environment, so also does the greater environment shape our families.

A father should pay attention to his family’s Qur’anic education and Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (Peace and blessings be upon him) and inspire them with a love for Allah and the beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him). At the same time, it is necessary for him to teach his family the manners and customs of society.

A man has to protect his family from all kinds of negative influences. A father should keep children away from friends and places that may spoil their religion and morality, from the immoral shows on television, from vicious and worthless books and magazines. In short, protecting the family from attacks arriving both inside and outside the home is the responsibility of men.

A husband should speak pleasantly and gently with his wife; he should not alienate her by approaching her rudely and harshly. The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) says:

The best of you is the one who is best in his treatment of women. (Tirmidhi, Rada, 11. See also Abu Dawud, Sunna, 15; Ibn Maja, Nikah, 50).

A wise man leaves his business life out of his home. He does not bring his problems home.

An intelligent and insightful man forgives his family members’ worldly mistakes and approaches them with mercy and compassion. He keeps his wife’s secrets and deficiencies from everybody.

However, he does not ignore his family’s faults in religious matters. He seriously confronts errors when they occur and heads off in advance mistakes that might be committed because of laziness or ig- norance. He meticulously does everything possible to support the religious education of his family. He teaches his children himself as much as he can and when necessary, he also gets professional help from effective scholars. These things, too, are among the responsibilities of the father.

A man should consult with his wife in family matters and should not give her responsibilities heavier than she can handle. He should help his wife with child care and discipline, because both child care and housework may exhaust her. Helping women in their work will increase mutual love and strengthen family ties.

A husband should pray for the welfare of his wife. He should not go on long trips without telling her in advance. He should also not bring guests home without getting her consent first. He should never insist that his wife go out in front of strangers to serve them. He should keep his family away from mixed environments as much as possible.

A father is like the sun in the sky of a family; a mother is like the moon, covered with veils of chastity; and the children are like the stars.

-An Excerpt from the book, “Peaceful Home: Paradise on Earth”

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Vision

Microgravity affects vision. 

A mysterious syndrome has been impairing astronauts’ vision on the International Space Station, causing untreatable nearsightedness that lingers for months even after they’ve returned to Earth. The problem is so bad that two-thirds of astronauts report having deteriorated eyesight after spending time in orbit. Now scientists say they finally have some answers – and it’s not looking good for our prospects of getting to Mars. “Nobody’s gone two years with exposure to this, and the concern is that we’d have loss of vision,” Dorit Donoviel from the US National Space Biomedical Research Institute told The Guardian. “That is catastrophic for an astronaut.” 

Earlier this year, NASA reported that something in space has been messing with its astronauts’ perfect eyesight, causing long-term impairment to their quality of vision. Astronaut Scott Kelly, whose exceptional vision was part of the reason he was selected to be America’s first astronaut to spend a full year in space, says he’s been forced to wear reading glasses since coming home. John Phillips, who spent time on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2005, brought his sudden bouts of blurry vision home with him, and during his post-flight physical, NASA confirmed that his vision had gone from 20/20 to 20/100 in just six months. NASA suspected that the condition – called visual impairment inter cranial pressure syndrome, or VIIP – was caused by the lack of gravity in space. 
Science Alert, Space Could Leave You Blind, And Scientists Say They’ve Finally Figured Out Why, 2016

Most astronauts feel dizziness and nausea in the first few days in space but blurred vision seems to be more lasting.

But 1400 years ago the Quran said that if Allah opens a wormhole for you in space you will think your vision is intoxicated:

[Quran 15.14-15] Even if We [Allah] opened upon them from the heaven a door and they continued passing through it they would say ‘Our sights were intoxicated (سُكِّرَتْ ), rather we were bewitched‘.

Sukkirat in Arabic “سُكِّرَتْ ” means gotten drunk. Dizziness, nausea and blurred vision are common symptoms of getting drunk. Today we know that astronauts experience dizziness, nausea and blurred vision.

Importance of Three Ashra’s of Ramadan with their Duas

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Ramadan is the 9th and one of the most blessed months of Islamic Calendar. The blessed month of Ramadan is observed by Muslims worldwide as an act of fasting to commemorate the revelation of the Quran on Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) as per Islamic dogmas. The ritual of fasting among Muslims redirects the heart away from worldly activities to purify the soul by freeing it from negative and harmful activities. Ramadan is the best practice for self-improvement, self-control, discipline, and empathy to encourage charity towards the less fortunate ones.

The rewards that a Muslim can reap in the blessed month of Ramadan are diversified and the chance to commit a sin decreased because no barriers can exist between man and his Lord in the holy month of Ramadan. The blessings of this holy month are countless and it is divided into three stages i.e. Ashra (ten days each). The word Ashra is an Arabic word which means “ten”.  Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “It (Ramadan) is the month, whose beginning is mercy, its middle, forgiveness, and its end, release from the fire of hell.” Below we will discuss the importance of each Ashra with their Duas related to them.

Three Ashra’s of Ramadan

Ramadan has three parts and each part is for ten days, making it a month of three Ashra’s.

  1. First Ashra (Mercy): First, ten days of Ramadan are the days of Mercy. Every Muslim must seek the mercy of Almighty Allah in these days. There is a special verse that usually recites Muslims in the first ten days.  The Dua for the first Ashra is, Translation: “O! My Lord forgive and have Mercy and You are the Best of Merciful.” The objective of first Ashra is practising being merciful to other fellow beings by giving charity; the act that Allah loves the most. Treat fellow Muslims well by controlling your temper.
  2. Second Ashra (Forgiveness): Second Ashra of Ramadan consists of the next ten days; it is the time of forgiveness. These are the days of forgiveness and a Muslim must seek forgiveness from Almighty Allah and repent for all his sins. There is a special verse that usually recites Muslims in the next ten days. The Dua for the second Ashra is, Translation: I ask forgiveness of my sins from Allah who is my Lord and I turn towards Him.” It’s the time where the forgiveness of Almighty Allah is at its peak, and this is the best time for asking about forgiveness for all the sins from Almighty Allah. Always ask for forgiveness from Almighty Allah in all these days. Do make sure to not repeat the sins after you seek forgiveness.
  3. Third Ashra (Nijat): Third Ashra of Ramadan starts from 21st and ends on 29th or 30th of Ramadan according to the moon. Third Ashra is known as Safety from the Hell which means Nijat. At the end of Ramadan is about seeking in Allah Almighty from Hellfire. Every Muslim must pray for the safety of Hellfire. Last Ashra is very important and superior. In this Ashra Lailatul Qadar also falls which is better than the nights of thousand months. Many Muslims also practice Aitkaf in and try to maximize their prayers. Allah Almighty stated in the Holy Quran about Lailatul Qadar: “We sent it (Quran) down on a blessed Night. Verily, We are ever warning. Therein (in that Night) is decreed every matter of ordainment. Amran (i.e. a command or this Quran or His Decree of every matter) from Us. Verily, We are ever sending (the Messenger) (As) a Mercy from your Lord” (Quran, 44: 3-6). Dua for third Ashra is, Translation: “O Allah! Save me from Hell – Fire.” 

May Allah Almighty give us the strength to seek Allah’s mercy, forgiveness, and Nijat from Hellfire in this Ramadan! Ameen

PROPHET MUHAMMAD IN VEDAS, UPNISHADS AND PURANS

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Fundamental Knowledge 

Islam doesn’t require support from books of other religions for its truthfulness and veracity. Indeed Quran is the truth from Almighty Allah and Prophet Muhammad is the final Prophet to mankind from among the multitudes of Prophet sent by Allah. All Prophets brought the same essential guidance from Allah and they preached the same message to people about Belief in Oneness of God (Tauheed), Belief in the Prophet (Risaalat) and the Belief in Hereafter (Qiyamah). All the Prophets before Muhammad gave news to their people about the coming of the last and greatest Prophet of Allah (Prophet Muhammad) and greatly emphasized the importance of obeying and following of Prophet Muhammad.

Allah has sent prophets to people of all communities to deliver His message to humanity who delivered the same essential message and this is why we find the mention of Prophet Muhammad in all religions of the world, though most of the messages contained in earlier scriptures have been distorted by their followers as time passed and people changed scriptures to suit their desires and demands. Quran is the only scripture in the world which is free from any kind of alteration, corruption, distortion, interpolation, excess etc since its first day of revelation to Prophet Muhammad.

The purpose of this article is only to show that prophecy about prophet Muhammad is present in scriptures of all religions who claim to have Divine origins. This doesn’t entail in any sense that these scriptures are to be followed after coming of Quran and Prophet Muhammad. The Quran is the Last Message of Allah and belief in its truthfulness is essential for salvation in this world and hereafter.

Now let us examine the Hindu Scriptures:

Numerous prophecies of the advent of the Holy Prophet are found in the sacred books of the Hindus. There are three divisions of these books—the Vedas, the Upanishadsand the Puranas. The Brahmanas are nothing but a commentary of the Vedas, still it is included in the revealed books (Shruti). There are four principal divisions of the Vedas, although according to their number, they amount to 1131 out of which only about a dozen are available.1

The Rig Veda, the Yajur Veda and the Sam Veda are considered to be the more ancient books, the Rig Veda being the oldest. The Rig Veda was compiled in three long and different periods of time.According to Manu, the above mentioned are the three old Vedas  which are also known as ‘Trai Vidya’ or the Triple Sciences.3 The fourth one, Atharva Veda is of a later date.

Opinions greatly differ as to the date of compilation or revelation of the four Vedas. European Orientalists, however, are more or less unanimous in their research; but there is an unbridgeable gulf of difference between various Hindu sects and scholars. One scholar holds that the Vedas were revealed one thousand three hundred and ten millions of years ago,4 and according to others they are not more than four thousand years old.5 Similarly, a great difference is found in the various accounts about the places where these books were revealed and the Rishis (Holy Saints) to whom these scriptures were given. Notwithstanding these differences, the Vedas are the most authentic scriptures of the Hindus and the real foundation of the Hindu Dharma.

UPNISHADS AND PURANAS

Next in order of superiority and authenticity to the Vedas are the Upanishads. Some Pandits, however, consider the Upanishads to be superior to the Vedas.6,7,8,9 The Hindus are proud of these philosophic treatises and in the Upanishads as well, we find a claim to superiority over the Vedas.10

The next authentic books after the Upanishads and the most widely read of all are the Puranas. These books are easily intelligible and available at every place, as the Vedas are difficult to understand and rarely found. The Hindus show great reverence to these books and read them with much interest and faith. The Puranas comprise of the history of the creation of this universe, the history of the early Aryan tribes, and life stories of the divines and deities of the Hindus. Maha Rishi Vyasa has divided these books into eighteen voluminous parts. The majority of the Hindu people believes that the Vedas too attest the truth of the Puranas, which shows that the Puranas are more authentic and more ancient.

In the Atharva Veda we find: “Verses and songs and magic hymns, Purana, sacrificial text—All the celestial Gods Whose home is heaven, sprang from the residue”.11

Again we find: “He went away to the great region. Itihasa and Purana and Gathas and Narashansis followed him12

Similarly in the Rig Veda a mention is made of Puranas: “So by this knowledge (of) Puran Yajua our fathers raised up to Rishis”. 13  

A reference to Puranas is also found within Chhandogya Upanishad.14

UNFAIR ATTITUDE OF HINDU PANDITS (BRAHMANS)

All these references show that the Puranas are also revealed books like the Vedas, and as regards the age of revelation, they were either revealed simultaneously with the Vedas or some time before. In a word, the sanctity and reverence of the Puranas is admitted and recognized in all the authentic books of the Hindus. But in spite of all this, some Pandits have today begun to reject these collections simply because they find in them numerous prophecies and vivid signs of the truth of the Prophet Muhammad. Instead of having believed in the Prophet Muhammad and thus obeying their great and Holy Rishis and realizing the truth of their sayings, these Pandits have thought it best to totally refuse credence to what the Puranas contain. But the Vedas have clearly testified to the truth of the Puranas and it is recorded that just as the Vedas were revealed from God, in like manner, the Puranas too were revealed by Him.

ANSWERING OBJECTIONS

Sometimes however it is pleaded that the present Puranas are not the same collection of which the Vedas speak, the real books having been lost. But this contention is not correct. It is impossible and far from truth that all the Puranas which were so widely read and keenly studied, could have fallen in oblivion and totally wiped out from the surface of the earth, and the Vedas, which only a few could read and understand, remained intact up to this time.

It is further said that these prophecies were added to the Puranas at a later date. Even if this argument is accepted, then the million dollar question remains who has edited or changed the Puranas in favour of Islam and Prophet Muhammad? Obviously it cant be Muslims!! Muslims were nowhere in picture in ancient India!! Seeing clear prophecies of the Arabian Prophet in their books, the Pandits began to clamour that the Puranas were corrupted. Moreover, it is nonsensical to think that all the Pandits and the learned divines of the Hindus could have assembled at some place and added prophecies favoring Islam and Prophet Muhammad to the Puranas. There are at the same time, so many sects among the Brahmans and each sect is strongly opposed to the other, it was impossible for them to agree to such a change. Even if we assume that such an event has happened then such an event of so remarkable significance would have been deeply etched in memories of Hindu scholars.

A copy of a Puran will be found in almost every Brahman’s house, and it is really strange that so far the world has not seen any collection without these prophecies. And the most ridiculous thing is that corruption is said to have been made in favour of the Prophet Muhammad and against their own religion. It was very much possible that something could have been added against these prophecies about Prophet Muhammad or to change their text, but it is simply absurd to think that the Hindu Pandits added something against their own religion and conviction. Thus, we appeal to our Hindu brethren to give a serious consideration to this question. Every word of the Prophecy of Puranas is as genuine and revealed by God as that of the Vedas. Let them therefore, carefully study in their revealed scriptures, the glory of the Prophet Muhammad and let them declare their faith in him.

1. Ek shatam adhvaryo shakha, shasr vertama Sam Veda, ek vinshti dhava Richyam, navdha Atharvano Veda (There are 101 branches of Yajur Veda, 1000 of Sam Veda, 21 are of Rig Veda, and nine types of Atharva Veda, i.e. 1131). Maha-Bhashya of Patanjli.

2.Abhinash Chandra’s Rigvedic India, Intro, p. VIII.

3. Trayam Brahm sanatnam. Manu. 1.23. 2 : 76, 77, 118. 3 : 2. 9 : 188.

4. Dyanand’s Satyarth Parkasha.

5. Mahatma Tilak’s “Arctic Home in the Vedas”.

6. Pandit Radha Krishnan’s Philosophy of the Upanishads, p. 16.

7. Sacred Books of the East vol. I.

8. Introduction to the Upanishads, p. xiii.

9. Lectures by Raja Ram Mohan Roy.

10. Manduk Upanishud, 1. 1. 4-6. Chhandogya vii. 1-2. Shatpath Br. X 3.5-12

11. The Atharva Veda, XI: 7. 24.

12. Atharva Veda, XV : 6, 12.

13. Rig Veda, X : 130, 6.

14. Chhan. VII; 1-2.

सोने और चांदी के गहने की ज़कात

विद्वान इस बात पर सहमत हैं सोने और चाँदी के आभूषणों पर ज़कात अनिवार्य है यदि वह गहना हराम इस्तेमाल के लिए है, या वह व्यापार इत्यादि के लिए तैयार किया गया है। किन्तु अगर वह वैध आभूषण है जो इस्तेमाल के लिए, या उधार देने के लिए तैयार किया गया है जैसे कि चाँदी की अंगूठी, महिलाओं का आभूषण तथा जो हथियार के दस्तें के लिए वैध किया गया है, तो इस में ज़कात के अनिवार्य होने के बारे में विद्वानों का मतभेद है। कुछ विद्वान इस बात की ओर गये हैं कि उस में ज़कात अनिवार्य है क्योंकि वह अल्लाह तआला के इस कथन के सामान्य अर्थ के अंतर्गत आता है : “और जो लोग सोने चाँदी का कोष (खज़ाना) रखते हैं और उसे अल्लाह के मार्ग में खर्च नहीं करते उन्हें कष्टदायक सज़ा की सूचना पहुँचा दीजिए।” (सूरतुत्तौबा :34)

क़ुर्तुबी अपनी तफसीर में कहते हैं : इब्ने उमर रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हुमा ने सहीह बुखारी में इस अर्थ का वर्णन किया है, एक दीहाती ने उन से कहा : मुझे अल्लाह तआला के फरमान : “और जो लोग सोना और चाँदी इकट्ठा कर के रखते हैं।” के बारे में बतायें। इब्ने उमर ने कहा : “जिस ने उसे इकट्ठा कर के रखा और उस का ज़कात नहीं दिया तो उस के लिए बर्बादी है, यह ज़कात का आदेश उतरने से पहले था, जब ज़कात का आदेश आ गया तो अल्लाह तआला ने उसे धन के शुद्धिकरण का साधन बना दिया।” (बुखारी 2/111 (तालीक़न), 5/204 (तालीक़न), इब्ने माजा 1/569 – 570 (हदीस संख्या : 1787), बैहक़ी 4/82)

तथा इसलिए भी कि ऐसी हदीसें आई हैं जो इस बात की अपेक्षा करती हैं, उन्हीं में से वह हदीस है जिसे अबू दाऊद, नसाई और तिर्मिज़ी ने अम्र बिन शुऐब से और उन्हों ने अपने बाप और दादा के द्वारा रिवायत किया है कि : एक महिला नबी सल्लल्लाहु अलैहि व सल्लम के पास आई जिस के साथ उस की एक लड़की भी थी, और उसकी लड़की के हाथ में दो सोने के मोटे कंगन थे। तो आप सल्लल्लाहु अलैहि व सल्लम ने उस से कहा : “क्या तुम इस की ज़कात देती हो ?” उस ने कहा : नहीं। आप ने फरमाया : “क्या तुम्हें यह बात पसंद है कि अल्लाह तआला क़ियामत के दिन तुझे इन के बदले आग के दो कंगन पहनाये ?” इस पर उस महिला ने उन दोनों को निकाल कर नबी सल्लल्लाहु अलैहि व सल्लम की ओर फेंक दिया और कहा कि : वे दोनों अल्लाह और उस के रसूल के लिए हैं।

(अहमद 2/178, 204, 208, अबू दाऊद 2/212 (हदीस संख्या : 1563), तिर्मिज़ी 3/29-30 (हदीस संख्या :637), नसाई 5/38 (हदीस संख्या : 2479, 2480), दारक़ुतनी 2/112, इब्ने अबी शैबा 3/153, अबू उबैद (किताबुल अमवाल पृ0 537 हदीस संख्या : 1260, संस्करण हर्रास), बैहक़ी 4/140)

तथा अबू दाऊद ने अपनी सुनन में, हाकिम ने अपनी मुसतदरक में और दारक़ुतनी और बैहक़ी ने अपनी अपनी सुनन में आइशा रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हा से रिवायत किया है कि उन्हों ने कहा : अल्लाह के पैगंबर सल्लल्लाहु अलैहि व सल्लम मेरे पास आये तो आप ने मेरे हाथ में चाँदी के छल्ले देख कर फरमाया : “ऐ आइशा, यह क्या है ?” मैं ने कहा : ऐ अल्लाह के पैगंबर, मैं ने इन्हें इस लिए तैयार किया है ताकि आप के लिए बनवा-सिंघार करूँ। आप ने फरमाया : “क्या तुम इन की ज़कात देती हो ?” मैं ने कहा : नहीं या जो अल्लाह ने चाहा, आप ने फरमाया : “यह तुम्हारे नरक के लिए काफी है।” (अबू दाऊद 2/312 हदीस संख्या : 1565, और शब्द अबू दाऊद के ही हैं, दारक़ुतनी 2/105-106, हाकिम 1/389-390, बैहक़ी 4/139)

तथा वह हदीस भी आधार है जिसे उन्हों ने उम्मे सलमह से रिवायत किया है कि उन्हों ने कहा : मैं सोने के आभूषण पहनती थी तो मैं ने कहा : ऐ अल्लाह के पैगंबर, क्या यह खज़ाना है ? तो आप ने फरमाया : “जो ज़कात अदा किये जाने की राशि को पहुँच गया और उस का ज़कात निकाल दिया गया तो वह खज़ाना नहीं है।” (अबू दाऊद 2/212-213 हदीस संख्या : 1564, दारक़ुतनी 2/105, हाकिम 1/390, बैहक़ी 4/83, 140)

तथा कुछ लोग इस बात की ओर गये हैं कि उस में ज़कात अनिवार्य नहीं है ; क्योंकि वह जाइज़ इस्तेमाल के द्वारा कपड़े और अन्य वस्तुओं की तरह बन गया, वह मूल्यों के वर्ग से नहीं रह गया। तथा उन्हों ने आयत के सामान्य अर्थ का उत्तर यह दिया है कि वह सहाबा किराम रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हुम के अमल से विशिष्ट हो जाता है, क्योंकि सहीह (शुद्ध) इसनाद के द्वारा आइशा रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हा से प्रमाणित है कि वह अपने भाई की अनाथ बेटियों की देखभाल करती थीं जिन के पास आभूषण थे, तो वे उन की ज़क़ात नहीं निकालती थीं।

तथा दारक़ुतनी ने अपनी इसनाद के साथ अस्मा बिन्त अबू बक्र रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हा से रिवायत किया है कि वह अपनी बेटियों को सोने के आभूषण पहनाती थीं और उन की ज़कात नहीं निकालती थीं, जिन का मूल्य लगभग पचास हज़ार था। (सुनन दारक़ुतनी 2/109)

अबू उबैद अपनी किताब “अल-अमवाल” में कहते हैं : हम से हदीस बयान किया इसमाईल बिन इब्राहीम ने, उन्हों ने रिवायत किया नाफिअ़ से और उन्हों ने रिवायत किया इब्ने उमर रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हुमा से कि वह अपनी बेटियों में से एक औरत की शादी दस हज़ार पर करते थे और वह उन में से चार हज़ार का उस के लिए आभूषण तैयार करते थे। उन्हों ने कहा कि तो वे उस की ज़कात नहीं देते थे। (दारकु़तनी ने इसी के समान रिवायत किया है 2/109, अबू उबैद ने अल-अमवाल में रिवायत किया है, पृ0 540 हदीस संख्या : 1276, (हर्रास संस्करण), बैहक़ी 4/138).

तथा उन्हों ने कहा : इसमाईल बिन इब्राहीम ने हम से हदीस बयान किया अय्यूब से, और उन्हों ने अम्र बिन दीनार से कि उन्हों ने कहा कि : जाबिर बिन अब्दुल्लाह से पूछा गया कि : क्या आभूषण में ज़कात है ? उन्हों ने उत्तर दिया : नहीं, कहा गया: यदि वह दस हज़ार को पहुँच जाये ? कहा : यह बहुत है। (इसे शाफेई ने अपनी मुसनद (सिंदी के क्रम के साथ) 1/228 हदीस संख्या : 629 में और अल-उम्म 2/41 में रिवायत किया है, अबू उबैद किताबुल अमवाल पृ0 540 हदीस संख्या : 1275 (हर्रास संस्करण), बैहक़ी 4/138).

इन दोनों कथनों में सब से उच्च कथन उन लोगों का है जिन्हों ने आभूषण में ज़कात के अनिवार्य होने की बात कही है, जबकि वह निसाब (ज़कात के अनिवार्य होने की न्यूनतम राशि) को पहुँच जाये, या उस के मालिक के पास सोने और चाँदी, या व्यापार के सामान में से इतनी राशि हो जिस से निसाब पूरा हो जाये ; क्योकि सोने और चाँदी में ज़कात के अनिवार्य होने की हदीस सामान्य है, और हमारे ज्ञान के अनुसार उस को विशिष्ट करने वाला कोई प्रमाण नहीं है, तथा अब्दुल्लाह बिन अम्र बिन आस, आइशा और उम्मे सलमह रज़ियल्लाहु अन्हुम की पीछे उल्लिखित हदीसों के आधार पर, और उन हदीसों की सनदें जैयिद हैं, उन में कोई प्रभावकारी आपत्ति नहीं है, अत: उन पर अमल करना अनिवार्य है। जहाँ तक तिर्मिज़ी और इब्ने हज़्म और मौसिली के उन को ज़ईफ क़रार देने का संबंध है तो हमारे ज्ञान के अनुसार उसका कोई अधार नहीं है, जबकि ज्ञात होना चाहिए कि तिर्मिज़ी रहिमहुल्लाह ने जो कुछ उल्लेख किया है उस में वह माज़ूर हैं, क्योंकि उन्हों ने अब्दुल्लाह बिन अम्र बिन आस की हदीस को ज़ईफ तरीक़ों से रिवायत किया है, जबकि अबू दाऊद, नसाई और इब्ने माजा ने उसे दूसरे शुद्ध तरीक़ों से रिवायत किया है, शायद कि तिर्मिज़ी रहिमहुल्लाह को इस का पता नहीं चला।

और अल्लाह ही के हाथ में तौफीक़ (शक्ति का स्रोत) है, तथा अल्लाह तआला हमारे ईश्दूत मुहम्मद सल्लल्लाहु अलैहि व सल्लम और आप की संतान तथा आप के साथियों पर दया और शांति अवतरित करे।