Author/Translator: Mohammad Reza Hakimi Publisher:Science and Culture of Al-Hayah
Page Count: 184 pages Publish Year:

The book "Minerals of Poverty" includes some of the collection of Allameh Mohammad Reza Hakimi's works by Morteza Kia, in 12 chapters, with the titles of Islam and the community of minus poverty, Islam and society, minus plurality and pluralism, Islam and alert at the end of the day, Islam and the limits of legitimate property. Islam and the teachings of religion have been published in the language of elders about property, the poverty and riches, the zakat, the privileged facilities, the Nahj al-Balaghah heights, the work and the charity, and the ransom of wealth through al-Hayyah's scientific and cultural publications.

The book is a collection of books written by Allamah Hakimi on economic issues in Islam and the way religious leaders meet the issue of poverty. According to this, the title of each chapter of this book is one of the books written by Allameh Hakimi, A summary of that is discussed depending on the subject.

One of the most fascinating chapters of this book is the subject of Zakat esoteric in which the inner zakat is referred to as:

"The universal zakat allocated to the property of the impoverished to eliminate poverty and deprivation and varies with amount of zakat in terms of quantity, time and circumstances"

The choice of such a name is rooted in the nature, conditions, and type of payment of this right; unlike the Zakat, there is no apparent and quantifiable threshold and depends on the size of the deprived of the community and the payer's financial power.

In this section, the author considers the necessity of paying attention to esoteric zakat as one of the important: firstly, the esoteric zakat, due to the learning and conditionality of the conditions of Zakat, plays an important role in eliminating poverty and deprivation of society and in realizing economic and social justice as well as The spiritual evolution of payers

It is clear that realizing this in the first step is subject to jurisprudential analysis and the study of its angles and its rules, and then its institutionalization in society. This financial entitlement, especially when Zakat Mostaalh, due to limited resources or lack of payment, does not respond to the needs of the # deprived, becomes even more important.

The second point, which makes this topic necessary, there are several verses and narratives in this regard, which, of course, have not been well investigated and analyzed, and sometimes have misinterpreted them.

Also, despite the fact that the rigorous review of the subject has positive scientific and practical effects, the internal zakat debate has been neglected in jurisprudential texts, and from this point of view, the necessity of addressing it is tangible and contemplative.