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Question ID  4154  -  Zakat and Khums
Salam alkium Can I borrow money from a person who has not paid khums? I don´t see it as a problem because in the end the money is not mine? Salam
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Yes it is allowed to borrow from him. He is responsible of his Khums and
you are responsible of your Khums.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  4149  -  Zakat and Khums
Salaam Alakum, My name is Sajjad Suleyman and I have a question regarding khums. If an individual receives student loan. Then is he eligibly to pay khums, if only the loan is his source of income? This loans repayment will be payable after I start earning at a certain amount. Kind regards Sajjad Suleyman
 
Answer:-  If you spend the amount on your livelihood and nothing remains, then there
will be no Khums. If it remains, the Khums is applicable on the remaining
amount only after one year from receiving it.
Wassalam.


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Question ID  4093  -  Zakat and Khums
Salaam Agha Musawi :Can I spend my sehme saadat money portion on medical expenses of my brother in law (sayed) who is a retired person and needs money to get a liver transplant? He does have somee saving and a house to live but not much to afford the cost of surgery .Your earliest response shall be appreciated.
 
Answer:-  If he is a poor Sayyed, then he will be entitled to receive and utilise Sahm Sadaat. Poor means : not having enough to meet his needs of food, clothing, housing, treatment etc.
You can give your brother in law from Sahm Sadaat if he does not have enough money for his treatment.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


 
Question ID  4091  -  Zakat and Khums
Salaams, I.A. you are well. . . If one has not been able to calculate his khums payable on the khums date, can one pay an over-estimated amount, eg: £700.00 on account? Then whenever, he calculates and determines the exact amount due, for eg: £ 600.00 and offsets £700.00 khums paid on account. Therfore, £100 overpayment of khums is carried forward to the next date when khums due. Thank you for advising.
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Yes.
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> Question : Salaams,
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> I.A. you are well. . .
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> If one has not been able to calculate his khums payable on the khums date, can one pay an over-estimated amount, eg: £700.00 on account?
> Then whenever, he calculates and determines the exact amount due, for eg: £ 600.00 and offsets £700.00 khums paid on account.
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> Therfore, £100 overpayment of khums is carried forward to the next date when khums due.
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> Thank you for advising.
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Question ID  4075  -  Zakat and Khums
assalam o alaikum admin, My friend went to arbaeen last year and on his way back to Pakistan , he brought me a Kafan from Karbala, Now its has been a year i have the Kafan with me, I want to confirm is there any Khums i have to give away ? and the amount of the Khums i need to know... can you please guide me on it by any authentic resource, waiting for your reply
 
Answer:-  20% of the present value of the Kafan.
 
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