My question: What is the difference between the land title (raqabah) and its benefit when they are for the individual and when the land title (raqabah) belongs to the state and its benefit to the individual?
When the owner of livestock feeds his livestock for most of the year of his own expenses and only graze for a very small period of the year, with the purpose of increasing production since female sheep often give birth twice and this is the result of feeding it most of the year (and the sheep here is not for trade), is the Zakat obliged here or not?
In the book, the Social System in Islam, on the subject of marriage, (page 112 Arabic version / p. 113 English version), and the book we are using in (page 110, Arabic version / p. 113 English version) on the official site, the first paragraph says:
Afghan Taliban sources have reported significant progress in their six-day negotiations with US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha, and that America will withdraw its troops within 18 months after the agreement is concluded. Although the Doha agreement remains a draft mentioned in statement here and there, and is not binding yet, and that another round of negotiations will be held on 25 of this month 2/2019 as reported by Reuters…
The British Parliament voted on 16/1/2019 on the motion of no confidence on May’s government, but she won: (British Prime Minister Theresa May escaped defeat on Wednesday in the House of Commons following a motion of no confidence on her government tabled by the Labour opposition.
Can you elaborate the definition of Hoarding? Living in this time of uncertainty with a capitalist system over us, it is easy to think we should have money aside as it is not known when an emergency will arise and the sudden cost of healthcare or emergency travel can be too much to bear.