I have saved eleven thousand JDs to buy a house with and a full lunar year passed while possessing it. Is this amount liable for Zakah?
Answer: All perfect praise be to Allah the Lord of the Worlds. May His peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Mohammad and upon all his family and companions.
Zakah is due on the money that reached Nisaab (Minimum amount liable for Zakah while possessing it) and a full lunar year elapsed while possessing it, even if the money is saved for basic needs. As this money has a value, which is the Illah (Cause) for Zakah, then it is liable for Zakah. Thus, it is included within the general meaning of the Sharia texts indicating that Zakah is an obligation. However, if the owner of this money had spent it before a full lunar year passed while possessing it-for example, he bought a car or a house-then no Zakah is due on the money or the item bought with it. And Allah the Almighty knows best.
I had a dream that I was dying and I was on my bed. I knew I was going to die do I started to recite the kalimah. I asked forgiveness for my sins and finally my soul was coming out so I tried to say the kalimah. I was facing qiblah. worldly things started coming to my mind but I finally said the kalimah. My soul came out and was going up saying “My Allah”. what does it mean?