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by Nasim Shah Shirazi

  • Author: Nasim Shah Shirazi
  • ISBN: 9698332049
  • ISBN13: 978-9698332044
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University (1996)
  • Pages: 156
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System of Zakat in Pakistan : an appraisal. Islamabad : International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University.

System of Zakat in Pakistan : an appraisal. System of Zakat in Pakistan : an appraisal, Nasim Shah Shirazi International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University Islamabad 1996. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1996, System of Zakat in Pakistan : an appraisal, Nasim Shah Shirazi International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University Islamabad.

System of Zakat in Pakistan: An Appraisal. Dr. Shirazi's paper investigates the Zakat and 'Ushr (ZU) Programme of Pakistan with three main objectives in mind: firstly, to examine the targeting of the programme; secondly, to determine the programme's coverage; and thirdly, to estimate the contribution of ZU to the average income of the poorest households. International Publishing Company, 1996. The impact of Pakistan poverty alleviation fund on poverty in Pakistan: An empirical analysis. Targeting and Socio-Economic Impact of Microfinance: A Case Study of Pakistan. Islamic Economic Studies 130 (608), 1-56, 2012. MBO Yusuf, NS Shirazi, G MatGhani. Prospects of Poverty Elimination through Potential Zakat Collection in OIC-Member Countries: Reappraised. Journal of Islamic Economic, Banking and Finance 6 (3), 2010.

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by Nasim Shah Shirazi. The objective of this undertaking is to determine the incidence of poverty and to identify socioeconomic profiles of the poor in Pakistan more. The objective of this undertaking is to determine the incidence of poverty and to identify socioeconomic profiles of the poor in Pakistan  . System of Zakat in Pakistan: An Appraisal more.

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In the Muslim system, Zakat functions as a means to reduce inequalities and eradicate poverty. Estimates of Zakat and Ushr (for agricultural produce) received and the maximum limit to collection and the maximum potential are given by region

In the Muslim system, Zakat functions as a means to reduce inequalities and eradicate poverty. Zakat means growth, extension, and purification. It is a usually annual premium charged on all accumulated productive wealth and on a variety of agricultural produce. Various rates are used. Estimates of Zakat and Ushr (for agricultural produce) received and the maximum limit to collection and the maximum potential are given by region. Estimates are also given for the number of Mustahqueen-e-Zakat (MZ) (needy) by province. The total number is . 6 million households, or 3. 2% of all households in Pakistan, which is slightly higher than other prior estimates.

8 G:8/17 Shirazi, Nasim Shah (1996), System of Zakat in Pakistan: An Appraisal. Islamabad: International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University. G:8/18 Tanzilur-Rahman, (. L:10 Ibn Rushd (1994), The Book of Zakat, in: the Distinguished Jurist’s Primer (Bidayat al-Mujtahid wa Nihayat al-Muqtasid translated by Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee, Reading (UK), Garnet Publishing, vol. 1, pp. 283- 328. L:11 Islahi, Abdul Azim and Mohammed Obaidullah (2004), "Zakah on. Stocks, Some Unsettled Issues", Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, Vo. 7, No. 2, pp. 3-17.

Nasim Hasan Shah (Urdu: نسیم حسن شاہ) (15 April 1929 – 3 February 2015) was a Pakistani jurist and served as Chief Justice of Pakistan

Nasim Hasan Shah (Urdu: نسیم حسن شاہ) (15 April 1929 – 3 February 2015) was a Pakistani jurist and served as Chief Justice of Pakistan. He is best known for his role in the verdict against Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, a verdict resulting in death penalty. His other notable verdict was restoration of the parliament of Pakistan dissolved by then President Ghulam Ishaq Khan.