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19/04/2010

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MAAMANITHAR NABIGAL NAYAGAM



In the name of allah...

Assalamu alaikkum varah...
The Prophet (peace be upon him) had made it a policy not to get anything from the government fund, as wage, loan, gift, or charity. He had made this rule not only for himself but also to his wives and children, which he promulgated to the entire town. He was strict with his policy until his last breath.

This justifies his choice of simple living. He was always very strong and firm with his policy. Dates used to be brought to God's Apostle immediately after being plucked. Different persons would bring their dates till a big heap collected (in front of the Prophet). Once Al-Hasan and Al-Husain (May God be pleased with their deeds) were playing with these dates. One of them took a date and put it in his mouth. God's Apostle looked at him and took it out from his mouth and said, "Don't you know that Muhammad's offsprings do not eat what is given in charity?"  Narrated by Abu Huraira (May God be pleased with his deeds) Buhari 2.562
Al-Hasan bin 'Ali (May God be pleased with his deeds) took a fruit from the dates given in charity and put it in his mouth. The Prophet said, "Expel it from your mouth. Don't you know that we do not eat a thing which is given in charity?" Narrated by Abu Hurraira (May God be pleased with his deeds)
Buhari 2.568
After removing the date fruit from his grandson's mouth the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, " Don't you know that Muhammad's family should not eat zakat." Buhari 'Even a single date fruit from the common weal should not be eaten. Even it be a child, his family members should not eat zakat' This was his principle and he was very firm in it. The Prophet was rushing out of the mosque after concluding the prayer. But he returned to the mosque within no time. His companions were in wonder, watching the Prophet leaving the mosque in a hurry after the prayer and returning immediately like never before. He asked them if they know why he left in such a hurry. He said that there was a piece of silver at his home. It belonged to the treasury and he told his family to give it away to the poor.  Buhari
Death may occur at anytime. He was afraid of the silver at home, belonging to the poor people. His family might think it belonged to them. He rushed home to prevent that his people should not think of the silver that way and use it per chance. As soon as he announced to his people at home, "This belongs to the common weal," he returned to the mosque. The Prophet passed by a fallen date and said, "Were it not for my doubt that this might have been given in charity, I would have eaten it." And narrated Abu Huraira (May God be pleased with his deeds) the Prophet said, "I found a date-fruit fallen on my bed." Narrated by Anas (May God be pleased with his deeds)
Buhari 3.271
As the Prophet's house was located along the mosque, he refused to eat even one or two date fruits that slipped off into his house from the keeper of zakat dates stored at the mosque. He was so careful that he would not eat any date if he had even the slightest doubt of its being from the zakat lot.
He made yet another higher promulgation. "It is not only in my rule, even after my death, no matter which rule prevails wherever, zakat from the government treasury is forbidden to my progeny until this world exists."  Until today anyone that claims to be his progeny never touches zakat fund from any government. They are not paid zakat in Muslim nations. According to Islamic law it is a sin for them to receive zakat.
There is no one in the world parallel to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) who belonged to such a purity of life denying the common concession to his descendants.
He had ordered that he and his family should not avail zakat fund and he ordered that his descendants should also keep off from it.  Prophet sent a man from Maqsoom tribe to collect zakat. Abu Rafiu (May God be pleased with his deeds) was also accompanying him.
Looking at that the Prophet said zakat is not permitted to us. He belonged to the tribe that released him.
Nassayee, Abu Dawood There were some slaves in his time. The owners who had paid heavy sum to own a slave would not come forward to release the slave. The Prophet (peace be upon him) took very severe action to ensure that the owners released them without fail..
'If anyone releases a slave he will only become the heir to the slave,' was one of his plans and the property of the slave would belong to the owner who had released him. Abu Rafiu was a slave freed by the Prophet (peace be upon him) therefore the Prophet (peace be upon him) was in a position to be the heir of the slave. Then Abu Rafiu should not own any zakat fund. So The Prophet (peace be upon him) ordered Abu Rafiu not to go to collect zakat fund. He never took the government money either for him or for his family and he declared that his progeny should not take anything from the common weal until the world comes to an end. Besides these he made another revolutionary promulgation. The Prophet said that his progeny would not be the inheritors because gold and silver coins and the fund left over after him, after his family and after his servants would belong to the common weal. (His progeny is not eligible to receive this)
Buhari 8.721
The experience of the daughter of The Prophet (peace be upon him) Fatimah explains the faultless character of the Prophet (peace be upon him) Fatima (May God be pleased with her deeds) the daughter of the Prophet sent someone to Abu Bakr (May God be pleased with his deeds) (when he was a caliph), asking for her inheritance of what God's Apostle had left of the property bestowed on him by God from the Fai (i.e. booty gained without fighting) in Madinah, and Fadak, and what remained of the Khumus of the Khaibar booty. On that, Abu Bakr said, "God's Apostle said, 'Our property is not inherited. Whatever we leave, is Sadaqa, but the family of (the Prophet) Muhammad can eat of this property.' By God, I will not make any change in the state of the Sadaqa of God's Apostle and will leave it as it was during the lifetime of God's Apostle, and will dispose of it as God's Apostle used to do." So Abu Bakr refused to give anything of that to Fatima. Narrated by Aisha Buhari 5.546
Even though his daughter was in dire poverty the Prophet (peace be upon him) reached his meagre property to the common weal. The wives of the Prophet after his death planned to claim the inheritance from Abu Bakr (May God be pleased with his deeds) through Usman (May God be pleased with his deeds). Aisha (May God be pleased with her deeds) asked the family, "Did the Prophet not say that there can't be any inheritor to him and all things left by him will belong to the common weal?" Thus Aisha made them give up their claim. Buhari 8.722

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