'And those employed to collect the funds are to be paid officially'

'As for him who gives in charity'

'They do not beg of people at all'

A lady giving in charity without spoiling her husband's property

A pagan giving charity and then embraces Islam

Accepting a she-kid as Rakat

Alms are only for the poor and the needy, for to free captives, and in debt, and in Allah's Cause.

Begging so as to increase one's wealth

Buying something back which one has given

Camels as Rakat

Charity expiates sins

Charity must be from money earned honestly

Charity practiced by a niggardly person

Collecting Zakat and Being Firm in Doing So

Counting Lambs and Kids when Assessing Zakat

Cows as Rakat

Estimating amount of dates still on the tree in order to give Rakat

Every Muslim must give in charity

Examples of an almsgiver and a miser

Exhorting one to give in charity

Fruit on which Zakat does Not have to be Paid

Fruits, Animal Fodder and Vegetables for which No Zakat has to be Paid

Giving charity on day of receipt of earnings

Giving charity to a wealthy person unknowingly

Giving charity to one's own son unknowingly

Giving charity to orphans

Giving charity with the right hand

Giving in charity as much as one can afford

Giving pledge of allegiance for paying Rakat

Giving to the Prophet and his offspring in charity

Giving Zakat to one's husband

Giving Zakat to relatives

How much is Zakat?

Jizya on People of the Book and Magians

Joining property and assessing Rakat

Measuring the Zakat al-Fitr

No Zakat is due on less than five camels

No Zakat on a horse of a Muslim

No Zakat on less than five Awsaq of dates

No Zakat on the slave of a Muslim

Not taking the best of people's property

Only the wealthy are required to give charity

Ordering servant to give charity

People for Whom it is Not Obligatory to Pay the Zakat al-Fitr

Practicing charity before such time comes when nobody would accept it

Property equally owned by two partners

Property from which Zakat is paid

Protection from the Hell-Fire

Receiving Zakat, and Who is Permitted to Receive It

Selling property on which Zakat is due

Selling Sadaqa and Taking It Back

Servant giving in charity on order of his master

Sheep as Rakat

Spending money righteously

Taking Zakat of dates during plucking season

The Imam himself branding camels to be given as Rakat

The one to whom Allah gives without him asking

The Prohibition against Making Things Difficult for People When Taking Zakat

The Prophet's family accepting transferred alms

The sin of a person who does not pay Rakat

The slavegirls of the wives of the Prophet accepting charity

The Zakat of Associates

The Zakat of silver

The Zakat on Buried Treasure (Rikaz)

The Zakat on Cattle

The Zakat on Debts

The Zakat on Estimated Yields of Date-Palms and Vines

The Zakat on Gold and Silver Coin

The Zakat on Inheritance

The Zakat on Livestock

The Zakat on Merchandise

The Zakat on Mines

The Zakat on Seeds and Olives

The Zakat on Slaves, Horses and Honey

The Zakat on the Property of Orphans and Trading on their Behalf

There is Khumus on Rikaz

Things on Which there is No Zakat, in the Way of Jewelry, Bits of Gold and Silver, and Amber

Things on which Zakat must be Paid

Tithes for the People of Dhimma

To abstain from begging

Use of camels given as Rakat

Ushr 1/10 of yield to be given in charity

Wealth which has been Hidden Away (Kanz)

What to Do about the Zakat when Two Years are Assessed Together

When to Send the Zakat al-Fitr

Which animals may not be given as Rakat

Who Pays the Zakat al-Fitr

Whoever has to pay a Bint Mukhad as Zakat and has not got it

Zakat may be paid in kind

Zakat on sea-products

Zakat taken from rich Muslims and given to poor Muslims