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Asnaf Fi Sabilillah

What Means By Asnaf Fi Sabilillah?

      In terms of language it means the path to Allah SWT redha whether in faith or acts. When this sentence is absolute, then usually used for jihad [war]. This is the meaning which is agreed by most of the jurists or ijma 'jurists. While some debate among scholars in Mazhab Syafi'i also agreed that to mean sabilillah was referring to jihad and related matters. This is based on the notion that sabilillah it is absolute; provided for the jihad; and every verse of the Quran which explains sabililillah, mainly refers to the meaning of jihad except a few sentences.

       While there are opinions from Imamiyyah Ja'fari and Zaydi sect that widen the meaning sabilillah to picture the way to get pleasure and reward of Allah SWT. This opinion is also in line with the opinion of Sayyid Rashid Redha sabilillah mentioning that it refers to the general welfare of the Muslims, which the upright religion and government, and not for personal gain. Similarly, the opinion that interprets Mahmud Syaltut sabilillah with the public good that is not owned by individuals, which is not only used by someone, only to Allah and their usefulness for God's creatures.

       Ultimately, if ditarjih Opinions and other related, it can be said that the purpose sabilillah in paragraph goal is obligatory jihad as stated consensus. Is not very accurate if understood in the sense that sabilillah all acts that pose the benefit and bertaqarrub to Allah SWT. But nor is it defined as jihad in the sense of purely military. Jihad is meant here can also be done in the form of Tulsa or words which accounted for jihad in thinking, education, social, economic and political as that covered by the purpose of jihad war. It meets the intent as a hadith that reads, "that the charity [alms] is not lawful for the rich, but five groups." Among other person owing and fight in the cause of Allah.


Forms of Assistance Distributed Through Asnaf Fi Sabilillah

  1. Donations various activities through the Division of Religious Missionary, JAIM;
  2. IPT contribution [including TAPEM and KUIM];
  1. IPT contribution degree level - Distributed through the Malacca State Education Trust Fund [TAPEM]
  2. IPT contribution Diploma level - Distributed through the Malacca State Education Trust Fund [TAPEM]
  3. Other study assistance not covered by the TAPEM
  4. Consolation register in KUIM
  5. Textbook Assistance Scheme SRA JAIM;
  6. The annual contribution for excellence SABK;
  7. Tuition assistance scheme for religious schools [STAM, SRA and SABK]
  8. Annual grant to the Islamic University Malaysia;
  9. Tahfiz allowances [for students studying in the MTAQ, Mosque of Saidina Ali, Bukit Katil]
  1. Contribution Expense Management Orphanage [Annual Grant];
    1. KAYFAZ
    2. RAYSAAS
    3. Darul Aitam 
    4. PAYASUM
    5. Orphanges Jasin
  1. Contribution Takmir [Payment by claims];
  2. Hufiz Contribution and annual contributions to maahad / registered tahfiz school;
  3. Annual Contribution to the Trust Fund Missionary Malacca;
  4. Annual contribution to the Home Sweet Home Program, Department of the Chief Minister of Malacca;
  5. Contribution program management of studies courses pilgrimage;
  6. Contribution minor repairs mosque, SRA and SABK through JAIM;
  7. Contribution Volunteer Agency management expenses al-Taqwa;
  8. Purchase Marwah building for student placement in Egypt;
  9. Increase employee Contribution allowance legislation [RM20 for bilal, Koja, and assistant Fardu kifayah RM40]; and
  10. E-mosque Contribution program.

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