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The beginning of each month is contingent on the visibility of the moon at the end of the previous month. Once the moon is sighted, the new month commences. Each month starts with a new lunar cycle. Hence, the Muslim Calendar gives only a tentative overview of the upcoming Islamic dates as the start of each month is subject to the sighting of the moon. The Islamic calendar consists of 12 months similar to the Gregorian calendar. However it consists of days unlike the days in the regular calendar. Waging war during four of these months is forbidden as they are considered sacred.
Al-Jaffri and Jogeran et al. In Selangor, only neurs.
Both studies adopted quantitative from 14, active Muslim entrepre- research method and focused on two neurs paid business zakat that accounts for different states; the former study was 5. The authors Factors that Influence Business Zakat distributed questionnaires to small and Compliance medium entrepreneurs in the respective Studies on factors that influence business states and analysed the data using the zakat compliance among small and medium binomial logit model.
Al-Jaffri found entrepreneurs are dearth. Jogeran et al. They also found that business ownership significantly influenced small and Khamis et al. Religiousity is one of the factors information. Another factor that has not that explain human behaviour and in Islam been widely tested is the role of zakat it refers to individual practices or actions administrator. He found that inter- basic belief and akhlak morals and values.
Rather than focusing on small and medium Khamis et al. The of shareholder in the company, type of limited number of studies on business industry, profitability of the company and zakat compliance shows that more size of the company.
A Mann-Whitney studies should be conducted particularly test and logistic regression were used to involving the small and medium entre- determine if there were any significant preneurs. However, Furthermore, prior studies have adopted there is no further research to support only the quantitative method that may the findings.
As such, this study aim to examine internal Scholars suggest other factors that may and factors that influence business zakat influence business zakat compliance. Tax incentives such as rebate or higher per- This study examines internal and external centage of allowable expenses from factors that influence business zakat payment of business zakat may motivate compliance among small and medium entrepreneurs to pay business zakat entrepreneurs.
The internal factor is Syed Adwam Wafa, To achieve the rities in Malaysia. Zakat scholars suggest objectives, this study adopted the mixed- that the government should allow higher method research approach. The quantitative business zakat deduction to encourage methodology was adopted to examine the more companies to pay business zakat relationship of all variables with entre- Othman, Jaafar ing pronouncement that would improve et al.
Business profitability Net income or loss in for the company. Length of business establishment Length of business establishment, from newly established company to more than 20 years of establishment. Zakat compliance Paid business zakat or has never paid business zakat. The questionnaire was divided into three completed the questionnaire and explained parts — Part A, B and C.
Part A consists of their opinions and experience on business three questions on business zakat payment. Enumerators approached small and medium entre- As the distribution data of this study are preneurs around Nilai, Negeri Sembilan ordinal, a Mann-Whitney test was used to for their agreement to participate in determine if there are any significant this research and meeting dates were differences between the independent set.
During the meeting, the respondents variables. Subsequently the re- searcher compared notes and reconciled Qualitative Data any differences that show up on the notes. The interviews were tape-recorded and Finally, revisions of the categories tightened transcribed. The 47 small and medium entrepreneurs par- researcher focused on three factors that ticipated in this study.
Table 3 shows the demographic information of the respond- procedure; it applies a logarithmic trans- ents. The table shows the majority of the formation to the dependent variable and respondents were male The results from the Hosmer and bachelor degree This value is larger than.
A total of 34 respondents that influenced business zakat compliance The positive B-value shows that the factors have positive Results for relationship analysis between relationship with business zakat com- the independent variables and dependent pliance among small-medium entrepre- variable using the Mann-Whitney test are neurs.
It means that the more zakat shown in Table 4. The results show that responsibility attitude among entrepre- there was no significant differences on neurs, the more likely the entrepreneurs the independent variables between entre- pay business zakat.
Wald df Sig. The inconsistency may due to different respondent groups. Md Arif et al. The same result zakat attitude in paying zakat and business was initially expected in this study because profit are significantly related to business business zakat was not calculated based on zakat compliance among small-medium profit earned every year. Instead, business entrepreneurs. The only zakat that they 2 pay every year is zakat fitr.
The factor is inconsistent with zakat.
This study suggest that entrepre- accounting cycles. The quantitative and qualita- may not pay business zakat even though tive data analysis found that role of zakat their businesses have established for administrator was a not significant that many years. Determining the most likely day that the hilal could be observed was a motivation for Muslim interest in astronomy, which put Islam in the forefront of that science for many centuries.
Still, due to the fact that both lunar reckoning systems are ultimately based on the lunar cycle itself, both systems still do roughly correspond to one another, never being more than three days out of synchronisation with one another.
Clerics observe the moon. This traditional practice for the determination of the start-date of the month is still followed in the overwhelming majority of Muslim countries. Each Islamic state proceeds with its own monthly observation of the new moon or, failing that, awaits the completion of 30 days before declaring the beginning of a new month on its territory. But, the lunar crescent becomes visible only some 17 hours after the conjunction, and only subject to the existence of a number of favourable conditions relative to weather, time, geographic location, as well as various astronomical parameters.
Due to the interplay of all these factors, the beginning of each month differs from one Muslim country to another, during the 48 hour period following the conjunction. The information provided by the calendar in any country does not extend beyond the current month. A number of Muslim countries try to overcome some of these difficulties by applying different astronomy-related rules to determine the beginning of months.
Thus, Malaysia , Indonesia , and a few others begin each month at sunset on the first day that the moon sets after the sun moonset after sunset. In Egypt, the month begins at sunset on the first day that the moon sets at least five minutes after the sun.
A detailed analysis of the available data shows, however, that there are major discrepancies between what countries say they do on this subject, and what they actually do. In some instances, what a country says it does is impossible. Theological considerations[ edit ] If the Islamic calendar were prepared using astronomical calculations, Muslims throughout the Muslim world could use it to meet all their needs, the way they use the Gregorian calendar today. But, there are divergent views on whether it is licit to do so.
This resulted in a division of the Muslim community of France, with some members following the new rule, and others following the Saudi announcement. Isma'ili-Taiyebi Bohras having the institution of da'i al-mutlaq follow the tabular Islamic calendar see section below prepared on the basis of astronomical calculations from the days of Fatimid imams. Nevertheless, the religious authorities also allow the testimony of less experienced observers and thus often announce the sighting of the lunar crescent on a date when none of the official committees could see it.
The country also uses the Umm al-Qura calendar, based on astronomical calculations, but this is restricted to administrative purposes.
The parameters used in the establishment of this calendar underwent significant changes over the past decade. This often caused the Saudis to celebrate holy days one or even two days before other predominantly Muslim countries, including the dates for the Hajj, which can only be dated using Saudi dates because it is performed in Mecca.
For AH —22, if moonset occurred after sunset at Mecca, then the day beginning at that sunset was the first day of a Saudi month, essentially the same rule used by Malaysia, Indonesia, and others except for the location from which the hilal was observed. Since the beginning of AH 16 March , the rule has been clarified a little by requiring the geocentric conjunction of the sun and moon to occur before sunset, in addition to requiring moonset to occur after sunset at Mecca.
This ensures that the moon has moved past the sun by sunset, even though the sky may still be too bright immediately before moonset to actually see the crescent. In , the Islamic Society of North America , the Fiqh Council of North America and the European Council for Fatwa and Research announced that they will henceforth use a calendar based on calculations using the same parameters as the Umm al-Qura calendar to determine well in advance the beginning of all lunar months and therefore the days associated with all religious observances.
This was intended as a first step on the way to unify, at some future time, Muslims' calendars throughout the world. It has a year cycle with 11 leap years of days and 19 years of days. In the long term, it is accurate to one day in about 2, solar years or 2, lunar years.