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MATW & Zakat

Zakat is one of the pillars of Islam that must be met by the Muslims who meet certain criteria.

It is a particular amount that need be paid from particular categories of wealth, to particular categories of beneficiaries, with a particular criteria.  Zakat is a blessing, symbolising purity, kindness, and a contribution to the development of entitled recipients.

There are eight categories of beneficiaries who are eligible to receive Zakat, which are clearly stated in the Quran (Surah At-Taubah:60) Allah (swt) says in this verse: “Zakah expenditures are only for the poor and for the needy and for those employed to collect (zakah) and for bringing hearts together (for Islam) and for freeing captives (or slaves) and for those in debt and for the cause of Allah and for the (stranded) traveller – an obligation (imposed) by Allah. And Allah is Knowing and Wise.”

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Nisab calculated from 87.45 grams of gold in monetary value ($6,384)

Zakat FAQ’s

Who are the beneficiaries of my Zakat al Maal?

From the above aayah, we can see that the eight eligible categories of beneficiaries to receive Zakat are:

1) The Poor

2) The Destitute needy

3) Zakat Administrators

4) Those whose hearts are inclined towards Islam (including the new converts to Islam who lack economic support)

5) Freeing slaves

6) Those in debt (their debt is more than half of what they own)

7) In the way of Allah

8) Wayfarers (traveller who has been cut off from essential needs)

Where does my Zakat al Maal go?

When do I have to pay Zakat Al Maal?

Zakat Al Maal can be paid any time during the year and many choose to pay their Zakat during Ramadan.

Do I have to pay Zakat Al Maal?

Any Muslim who possesses the required nisaab (the minimum amount of wealth that one must have before zakat is payable) for one whole year is bound to pay Zakat on that wealth.  According to Islamic regulations, Zakat is 2.5% of one year’s total cumulative wealth

How do I know my Zakat is going to the right people?

MATW works very hard to make sure your donations go to those most in need by directly giving your Zakat Al Maal.  You can download our latest Zakat Report here to see who received your Zakat Al Maal.

What items fall under the requirement of Zakat Al Maal?

1) Jewellery & Precious Metals (gold and silver)

2) Amount in the Bank for one year

3) Cattle and crops

Did you know?

MATW gives most of its zakat  to orphans and widows.

Orphans held a special place in Ali Banat’s heart as he did not have children of his own.


Family Food Pack, Family Food Pack, Home Restoration, Masjid Repair, Mobile Clinic, Ambulance Service, General Donation, Emergency Donation

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