He wants to get married but he owes a debt to his father; can he take zakaah from him?.
Is it permissible to give zakaah to a family fund to help the poor?.
Can he give voluntary charity to people who follow bid’ah?.
It is permissible for a wife to give the zakaah of her wealth to her husband.
He took zakaah to distribute it to the poor – can he take can any of it?.
Categories on which zakaah may be spent.
Giving zakaah to a seeker of knowledge.
Who are the debtors to whom zakaah may be given?.
Putting money in the bank, and can hospitals be built with zakaah funds?.
Giving zakaah to relatives.
Is it permissible to ransom Muslim prisoners using zakaah money?.
He is entrusted with some charity funds and his brother owes him money – can he give him some of that charity money?.
Building mosques from zakaah funds.
It is not permissible to give zakaah to one’s parents instead of spending on them.
Printing the Qur’aan is not one of the things that zakaah should be spent on.
Giving zakaah to kaafirs.
Ruling on giving zakaah to brothers, sisters, paternal uncles and aunts, and other relatives.
Ruling on spending zakaah to build a mosque.
Ruling on giving zakaah to grandmothers.
It is not permissible to waive a debt and count that as zakaah.