Zakat Model by Caliph ʻUmar ibn Khaṭṭāb: Innovations Towards the Country’s Economic Problems Innovations Towards the Country’s Economic Problems

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Sabarudin Ahmad Aris Sunandar Suradilaga Lisnawati Shaleh

Abstract

Umar bin Khattab is one of the four Khulafāʻ ar-Rāsyidīn who are known to be firm, fair, and wise in his government,especially in the economic sector in the welfare of their people. Umar’s government lasted ten years. In that period there were many government innovations to overcome various state problems. The country’s economic problems get serious attention by him. Various innovations also occur in the management of zakat.


This research is a normative legal research, using a historical approach. The data source is divided into three parts, namely primary sources, secondary, and tertiary sources. While the method of data analysis uses the content analysis method.


The results of this study indicate that the principle for Umar is an important instrument and is one of the main sources of state income. Various innovations in the field of zakat are the efforts of Umar as a caliph to optimize the zakat fund. These innovations are innovation of zakat during famine, innovation of zakat for slaves, innovation of zakat on agriculture and livestock, and innovation in the distribution of zakat funds.

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Ahmad, S., Suradilaga, A., & Shaleh, L. (2019, November 19). Zakat Model by Caliph ʻUmar ibn Khaṭṭāb: Innovations Towards the Country’s Economic Problems. International Conference of Zakat, 75-86. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.37706/iconz.2019.161
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