In this document The Islamic Council is presenting a set of principles, practices, and procedures that a charity organisation will need to follow and adhere to in the collection, allocation and distribution of Zakāh funds. Due to the diversity of Zakāh donors, the multiple locations a charity organisation may operate projects in, and the modern nature of finance and poverty, this policy is designed to be as encompassing and accommodating as possible from a Muslim legal perspective. This policy seeks to adopt scholarly positions that would be readily accepted by the majority of Islamic scholarship in most scenarios and circumstances.
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We are pleased to announce that the Islamic Council of Europe have issued HalalCheck with Shari’ah Compliance certification for their product: Halal Community as it conforms with the principles of Shari’ah.