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If a person A spent the zakat amount on a person B, given that it was in the best interest of person B and that, that person B was eligible for it and person A didn’t appropriate the possession of the money to person B. Would this method be counted as valid to pay zakat and zakat be accepted?

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If a person A spent the zakat amount on a person B, given that it was in the best interest of person B and that, that person B was eligible for it and person A didn’t appropriate the possession of the money to person B. Would this method be counted as valid to pay zakat and zakat be accepted?
If a person A spent the zakat amount on a person B, given that it was in the best interest of person B and that, that person B was eligible for it and person A didn’t appropriate the possession of the money to person B. Would this method be counted as valid to pay zakat and zakat be accepted?
Zakat is not paid (accepted) in the above mentioned case.

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