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    • Zakaah Al-Fitr

      Philips, Abu Ameenah Bilal (islamichouse.com, 2011)
      This article discusses on zakat al-fitr in Islam
    • Zakaah and Fasting

      Taymiyyah, Ibn (Amazon.co.uk, 2000)
      This is a translation one of the smaller publications from the words of Shaykh Al-Islam Taqiuddin Ahmad bin Abdul-Halim Ibn Taymiyyah. It has been published in this form a variety of times with a number of minor additions to the text under the title, Haqiqatus- Siyam, or The Nature of Fasting.
    • Zakah for Asnaf Al-Gharimun in Brunei Darussalam

      Abdullah, Rose; Haqqi, Abdurrahman Raden Aji (UIN Jakarta, 2017)
      This research paper discusses the concepts of debt in Islam in relation to the category of al-gharimun that entitle for receive zakah. The data from the authority department has shown an alarming increase in number of applicant for zakah under the category of asnaf Al-Gharimun. Why was the number increased and who are actually eligible to receive zakah under the category of Al-Gharimun? This paper tries to answer these questions. The concept of debt in al-Qur’an will be discussed and various discussions by Islamic scholars and researchers will be analysed. Data gathered from several officers of Islamic Religious Council of Brunei Darussalam through personal interviews. The phenomenon was due to misunderstanding and ignorant among the public with regards to what kind of debts that are eligible under the category of Al-Gharimun to receive zakah.
    • Zakah index

      Kusuma, Kumara Adji; Ryandono, Muhamad Nafik Hadi (IAIN Salatiga, 2016-12)
      Zakah is one of the five pillars of Islam. Compared to the other pillars, Zakah intersects with most the human dimensions: spiritual, individual, social, economic, and is quantifiable. Zakah also fulfills all of the aspect of the Maqasid al-Shariah that preserves public interests (maslahah). This paper argues that the lack of full observance of the objectives of the obligation in performing Zakah, which is intended to increase the welfare/wellbeing of the society, makes Islamic Economics as a discipline completely ineffective and inefficient in performing its essential characteristics in fulfilling the Maqasid al-Shariah. The expected outcome of this study is Zakah Index that will represents the monitoring of Zakah payment in Islamic or Muslim populated country, hence providing academics, students, society, and policy maker in Islamic or Muslim populated country an alternative measurement of economic progress, instead of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The method used in the conceptualization of the Index and its derivatives are content analysis and conventional literature. Finally, Zakah Index is intended to be as an Islamic Economics tool to measure not only the welfare/wellbeing of Islamic Society, but also its religious (spiritual). On the last part of the paper, the Zakah Index Model then is applied to the East Java province.
    • Zakat and Islamic Corporate Social Responsibility

      Sidik, Ichwan; Reskino, Reskino (IAIN Surakarta, 2016)
      The less than optimal regulation of zakat companies in sharia banking in Indonesia has been salient to the background of this research. This study aims to examine the influence of zakat and Islamic corporate social responsibility (ICSR) to the reputation and performance of companies. Sample data was selectively gathered from 10 sharia banks in Indonesia from 2011 to 2014. Normality test and logistic regression are used to test the effect of zakat on company reputation, the influence of ICSR on company reputation, the influence of zakat on company performance, and the influence of ICSR on corporate performance. The results show that zakat has a positive influence on and is significant to a company's reputation, that ICSR has a positive influence on and is significant to a company's reputation, that zakat has a positive influence and significant impact on the performance of a company, and that ICSR has a positive relation, but no significant effect on company performance. These findings indicate the importance of paying zakat and ICSR as a business strategy for the sharia banking market in Indonesia today.
    • Zakat and Tax

      MUstofa; Fata, Ahmad Khoirul (IAIN Gorontalo, 2015-06)
      "This article explores the zakat and tax synergy that have been achieved through Act No. 38 of 1999, the problems found in its execution, and of course an offer for a solution to optimize the role of zakat and tax for the people welfare. By examining same practice in some countries, this paper recommends zakat as a direct tax deduction (tax credit) as a strategic step in the effortto optimize the role of zakat."
    • Zakat di Malaysia dalam Perspektif Ekonomi

      Nurhasanah (UIN Jakarta, 2012-01)
      This article discusses about ecomomical perspective on Zakat in Malysia. Zakâh is the implications of the high level of practice Muslims toward the teachings of Islam in Malaysia. It has been carried out since the pre-colonial, colonial times, post-independence, 1957, 80s, and 90s to the present. Regulatory changes are not necessarily set zakat source in accordance with the economic development and professional management. In zakâh management, government noted that the potential fellowship zakâh increased in accordance with the economic progress of the Muslim community. To foster public confidence in the management of zakâh, government through the Majelis Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (MAIWIP) established the Center levy zakâh (PPZ) in 1991 in order to create a professional zakâh management by implementing corporate systems.
    • Zakat on Residential Apartments

      Alassaf, Tamam Odah (Centre of Excellence for Scientific & Research Journalism, COES&RJ LLC., 2019-04-01)
    • Zakat Sebagai Sumber Investasi

      Hejazziey, Djawahir (UIN Jakarta, 2011-07)
      This article discusses about zakat as a tool in developing the economic aspect of poor people as mustahiq zakat. The author offers some strategies to distribute zakat for the poor. First is to give work fund freely. Second is a fund system which rolls on. Third is investing the fund to the small company managed by mustahiq. Forth is investing the fund to the progressive companies with expectation getting advantage for mustahiq. Fifth is giving the fund to public building such as hospital, so the poor will get good service for their health and get payment relief even they don’t need to pay altogether as a social guarantee if it is possible.
    • Zakat, Infak, dan Sedekah

      Suma, Muhammad Amin (UIN Jakarta, 2013-07)
      This article aims to discuss Zakâh, Infâq, and Shadaqah as the capital and ideal model of modern finance and economic development. Zakat is the designation for a particular property that intentionally released to be channelled to mustahiq. Other financial types that always accompany or included with it are zakat, infak and sedekah. ZIS funds can be considered as a triad of economic resources and short-term Islamic finance in synergy with other funding sources, such as grants, wills, and endowments-oriented for long-term interests. In addition to its management structure and mechanism is relatively simple and efficient, zakâh can be said always completely ready to cope with urgent needs. ZIS funds in enforceability of all peoples and Muslim nations showed that zakâh system appropriate to be used as capital and financial economic model and the most modern of all time.
    • Zapatismo y movimientos étnicoregionales en México [Zapatista movement in Mexico and étnicoregionales]

      Dietz, Gunther (Fundación Friedrich Ebert (FES), 1995)
      "El «fenómeno EZLN» de México se encuadra en el marco de los movimientos indios de los últimos 25 años. Existen entre el movimiento zapatista y otras organizaciones campesinas e indígenas similitudes y diferencias programáticas que explican el consenso y apoyo políticos logrados, como también su amplitud como fenómeno cultural."
    • Zapatismo, región y nación [Zapatistas, region and nation]

      Zermeño, Sergio (Fundación Friedrich Ebert (FES), 1995)
      "No cabe duda que Chiapas ha venido a poner en claro que tan excepcional es el México profundo como el México trasnacional. Pero tan iluso sería querer trasladar el país hacia un extremo como hacia el otro, pues entre el 20% del México tradicional y el 30% del integrado se extiende, con toda su crudeza y su desorden, el México roto, el desarraigado y el de la modernización salvaje."
    • ¿Zapatistas en La Habana? [¿Zapatistas in Havana?]

      Caparó, Gabriel (Centro Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 2003)
      "Quizás la ventana mayor que se recuerde desde Cuba, al repasar en voz alta estos diez años de zapatismo, sea la marcha que veinticuatro comandantes zapatistas realizaron desde la Selva Lacandona hasta la misma capital mexicana, en el año 2001. Para muchos cubanos fue la primera vez, el encuentro (o encontronazo) a partir de la cobertura mediática de entonces, y también porque se inauguraron en La Habana las acciones públicas de apoyo al Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN). Pero, ¿qué pasaba antes? ¿Y qué pasó después? El alzamiento del primero de enero de 1994 fue una pedrada en los noticieros de Cuba, una pedrada que levantó ansias y también asombros. Una pedrada que, más allá del noticiero, nos sacudió la esperanza. Pero pocos días después se hizo el silencio, a pesar de que la historia zapatista se desenvolvía con estocadas fabulosas, desde la acción y la palabra. Claro que la coyuntura de entonces era muy compleja en la isla: comenzaba el que llegaría a ser el peor año de la crisis tras el colapso del socialismo europeo. Nuestro país reactivaba su comercio exterior y el incremento de relaciones económicas con América Latina hizo más visibles –desde los medios– las interacciones con los gobiernos latinoamericanos" ["Perhaps the biggest window remember that from Cuba, when reviewing high ten years of Zapatista voice is the march twenty Zapatista commanders made from the Lacandon Jungle to the same Mexico City, in 2001. For many Cubans was the first once the encounter (or encounter) from media coverage of the time, and also because they were inaugurated in Havana public actions to support the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN). But what about before? And what happened next? The uprising of January 1994 was a rock on the news of Cuba, a stone that raised anxieties and amazement. A stone that beyond the news, we shook hope. But a few days later there was silence, despite the Zapatista story unfolded with lunges fabulous, from the action and the word. Of course, the situation then was very complex in the island began on who would become the worst year of the crisis following the collapse of European socialism. Our country reactivated its foreign trade and increased economic relations with Latin America became more media-visible-from interactions with Latin American governments"]
    • Zappos

      Coutermarsh, Patrick (Santa Clara University, 2014)
      "Zappos, the Amazon-owned online retailer, is removing their job postings from traditional job boards and even the company website. Instead, job applicants will have to join Zappos Insiders, a social network for applicants to interact with current employees and demonstrate their fit with the company. Applicants will be sorted by personal interests and skill sets, be placed in pipelines (e.g. Sales or HR), and will participate in digital Q&A’s and contests. Critics have argued that participating in a meaningful way would require significant time and energy with no promise there would be a return on your time. Zappos argues the new system will allow them to keep a pool of qualified and available applicants at the ready, and will reduce the volume of applications: last year, Zappos received 31,000 applicants, hiring about 1.5% of that number. Zappos hopes that the social network approach will allow their recruitment team to work more purposefully, and give prospective employees a better platform for differentiating themselves. Is requiring job applicants to participate in a social network an abuse of power, or a way to let truly interested and qualified applicants stand out in the crowd?"
    • Zaqueo [Zacchaeus]

      Rincón, Andrés (División de Investigación de la Fundación Universitaria Seminario Bíblico de Colombia, 2013)
      "Para empezar, es importante hacernos algunas preguntas con respecto al contexto en el cual Lucas ubica el relato del encuentro entre Jesús y Zaqueo: ¿Por qué es este el único evangelio que relata la historia de Zaqueo? ¿Por qué ubica el autor esta historia en este lugar específico? Estas preguntas nos llevan a hacer algunas precisiones necesarias" ["To begin, it is important to ask some questions about the context in which Luke puts the story of the encounter between Jesus and Zacchaeus: Why is this the only gospel that tells the story of Zacchaeus? Why this story places the author in this specific place? These questions lead us to make some clarifications necessary"]
    • Zartan the Enemy (B)

      Horniman, Alexander; Etheridge, Denise (2008-10-21)
      The B case describes the plans and actions of Thresholds, a nonprofit psychosocial-rehabilitation facility, and its executive director following the events of the A case (UVA-E-0050). This sequel provides the opportunity to evaluate those plans and actions.
    • 'ZB in Nehemiah 3:8

      Tuland, C. G. (Andrews University, 1967)
      "This article is concerned with the size of ancient Jerusalem. The city is mentioned in Egyptian texts as early as the 19th century B.c., then in cuneiform records from Palestine, the Amarna Letters of the 14th century. Later its name appears in Assyrian and Babylonian documents, but nowhere do these records contain any information about its topography, size, or the course of its walls. In these respects Biblical statements are our only sources, and even they are often either too general to give us specific information or too ambiguous for a clear understanding"
    • Zedeq y Zedaqah en la era postmoderna [Zedek and Zedaqah in the postmodern age]

      Skorka, Abraham (Instituto Universitario ISEDET, 2005)
      "El articulo indaga el sentido de las palabras Zedeq y Zedaqah desde varios ámbitos tales como la perspectiva de la tradición rabínica, desde el sentido bíblico, y desde su actualización para los desafíos de nuestro tiempo. Analiza su valor en el contexto de las diferentes crisis del siglo XX y propone volver a repensar la relación con el Dios que se revela a sí mismo"
    • Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik (1957)

      Bismarck, K. von; Karrenberg, F.; Oyen, H. van; Schweitzer, W. (Carl Bertelsmann Verlag, 1957)
    • Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik (1958)

      Bismarck, K. von; Karrenberg, F.; Oyen, H. van; Schweitzer, W. (Carl Bertelsmann Verlag, 1958)