اسلامی ریاست کے مالیاتی نظام کاتصورِ ملکیت،محاصل ومصارف

  • Hafiz Syed Muhammad Waqas Hashmi

Abstract

The Islamic state has certain rules for taxes to generate income, which need to be followed within Islamic premises. In Islam, Kharāj is a type of individual Islamic tax on agricultural land and its product. At that time, kharaj was synonymous with jizyah, which later emerged as a per head tax paid by the dhimmis with complete ownership of all resources. Khums means "onefifth or 20%". In Islamic legal terminology, it means one-fifth of certain items that a person acquires as wealth must be paid to the Islamic State. This study is focused on the financial system of an Islamic state, its taxation and revenues.

Published
2020-01-01
How to Cite
Muhammad Waqas Hashmi, H. S. (2020). اسلامی ریاست کے مالیاتی نظام کاتصورِ ملکیت،محاصل ومصارف. Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal, 34. Retrieved from http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/106
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