Is it acceptable to feed children when feeding the poor as an act of expiation (kafaarah)?
He has money that he put into a business partnership with his brother, and he has some savings; how should he pay zakaah on his wealth?
He has a sickness that makes him unable to remember the number of rak‘ahs and prostrations; should he do the prostration of forgetfulness?
Can a poor child be given food that is given as an act of expiation (kafaarah)? Does the value of the food given as expiation matter, if the person is in a rich country and gives the expiation in a poor country?
No zakaah is due if one ceased to own the nisaab (minimum threshold) before the year was complete
There is no zakaah on birds
There is no zakaah on horses and donkeys of they are not for trade
Animals on which zakaah is due
There is no zakaah on an’aam animals unless they grazed for the whole year or most of it
There is no zakaah on an’aam animals unless they graze on pasture with no expenditure on their food