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Title: Skim Bantuan Zakat Asnaf Mualaf: Satu Analisis Kontemporari di Malaysia
Authors: Azman Ab Rahman, Irwan , M.S, Mahazan , A.M, Nuradli Ridzwan Shah ,M.D, Wan Mohd. Fazrul Azdi , W.R, Rose Irnawaty Ibrahim, Norlina Ismail
Keywords: Converts, Zakat Scheme, Zakat Distribution in Malaysia, Social Security, Zakat Management System.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: Vol 6 2015;
Abstract: Conversion to Islam among the new converts in Malaysia increasing every year. This positive development should be given proper attention, especially in terms of welfare, social support and increase their understanding of Islam, with the intention that they have not turn them back to their religion of origin. Zakat institution is one of the institutions responsible for the management of monetary aid and other aid schemes to the new converts. Giving zakat fund aid schemes to convert is one of the social security to encourage and support them to continue to adhere to the religion of Islam. The purpose of this article is to identify the zakat aid schemes provided by every state in Malaysia. In addition, this article analyzes the types of aid schemes provided by each state in Malaysia to propose additional aid scheme which should be implemented by certain states. The findings suggested that a number of improvements to the scheme of aid recipients of zakat to be considered by the Religious Council in every state in Malaysia to be implemented to ensure the survival of converts. Hopefully this article can be a guide to the management of zakat especially Religious Council in every state in Malaysia to administer and manage the zakat management system by systematic and efficient.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/14074
ISSN: 0127- 8886
Appears in Collections:JFMR - Vol. 6, 2015

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