The purpose of the research is to explain the Shari'ah ruling on the issue of accelerating and delaying Zakat, and the related issues that are related to the difference of jurists in different doctrines of jurisprudence. And the effect of natural and abnormal conditions in this provision. In order to achieve this objective, the content of the research was divided into three subjects. It spoke about the concept of accelerating and delaying zakaah, the zakaah ruling instantly and lassitude, the funds that may be accelerated, the expedited ruling on money if zakaah is not deducted, and the delay provisions on the part of the owner or his agent, and the ruling of delaying the state to pay zakat to the beneficiaries after collecting them from their sources.
Then the researcher used the descriptive analytical method, including the methods of induction and deduction, and concluded the research with a conclusion that included the most important findings and recommendations. The overall result was that zakat may be accelerated and delayed under certain conditions. There is a clear interest and specific conditions, in addition to that the imam may delay Zakat if he sees an interest in that.
"Acceleration and Delay of Zakat in the Islamic Jurisprudence,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 17.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol16/iss2/17