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»   I have a shop in which some other members of the family have shares and work beside me. Thank god, I was paying Khums and religious funds f r o m my childhood and I have paid the funds every year. After the Islamic revolution, we should pay an amount each time for an excuse. Religious funds are specific shares and it is obligatory for any Muslim to pay them and tax is the share of each citizen and it is his/her national duty to pay that. But we have no religious reason or proof for paying progressive share and like that. Is penalty the reward of more activity for advancement of the country? If people should not be active and try to work more then why scholars encourage us to the activities f r o m the expression of infallibles (a.s.)?
Replier: Makarem Shirazi، Ayatollah Naser

»   Some governments and some companies in non-Muslim as well as Muslim, countries deposit the salaries of their employees directly into their accounts in the banks. The employee does not get the money in his hand, although he can withdraw it whenever he wants. Now, if the statement of his account shows that the money has surpassed his annual expenses, is khums obligatory on it?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is it permissible to use the sihm-e Imam (a.s.) in charitable projects while there are tens of thousands of believers who are in need of bread, cloths, etc.?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is it permissible to use the Sahm-e Imãm (a.s.) without seeking the permission of the marja‘ if a person can ascertain the need of any kind for its use with which the Imam (a.s.) would be pleased?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   We are 3 brothers and one sister and has inherited a house from our father recently we have entered into an agreement for the development of the house into flats and hops. Suppose each of us get more than one flat as our share and if we decide to sell our share in the developed property after keeping one flat each- do we have to give khums on the amount realized and if so how much?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   What is the difference between Khums and Zakat?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is it obligatory for a woman to pay khums on the cash amount that she receives from her husband as mehr?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Can we give out of Sahm-e-Imam to an Alim who is financially struggling, because he has a large family and is non-Sayyid. Can we give out of Sahm-e-Imam , as a donation to a hospital, that totally runs on charitable donations and is a non-profit making organization?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   While he was alive, a person recorded in his diary the amount of khums he owed and he was determined to pay it. After his death, his entire family, with the exception of one daughter, refused to pay the due khums, and they are using the estate for their own use and the deceased’s expenses, as well as other things. Please explain your opinion regarding the following matters: i. What is the rule concerning the right of the son-in-law or one of the heirs to use the deceased’s movable and immovable assets? ii. Is it permissible for his son-in-law or any of the heirs to eat food at the house of the deceased? iii. What is the rule regarding the money spent and food eaten by the said persons previously?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   The government gives things as ‘īd gifts to employees some of which remain unused until the year’s end. Although employees’ ‘īd gifts are not subject to khums, as we make partial payment for theses things, it implies that it is not fully a gift but something bought at a reduced price. Should we pay khums for the amount we have paid for it or should we calculate its total worth on the basis of its market value to pay its khums? Or is it not subject to khums at all because it is an ‘īd gift?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   It is mentioned in the book Taḥrīr al-Wasīlah that a woman’s dowry is not subject to khums, but it does not specify whether it is for a dowry that is paid at the time of marriage or deferred. Please explain the matter.
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is khums applicable to the money that I have saved from my monthly salary to purchase things for my wedding in the future?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   An insurance company owes me an amount in lieu of medical expenses, and I will receive it one of these days. Is it subject to khums?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   An orchard belonging to someone was transferred to his son as a gift or by the way of inheritance. At that time it was not of much value, but its present market value is much greater than its previous value. Is the excess amount resulting from the price increase subject to khums?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   A person deposited an amount with a Hajj travel agency in order to perform mustaḥabb Hajj, but he died before he could visit the House of Allah, the Exalted. What is the ruling concerning this money? Is it obligatory to spend it for performance of Hajj on his behalf? Is it subject to khums?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali
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