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Zakat is an ibadah and is only obligatory on Muslim individuals. Each Muslim shareholder is responsible for paying his own Zakat from his share. Making a profit or loss on the money is irrelevant. If he doesn't have enough liquid money he will sell some shares to get the money to pay his Zakat. Zakat is not deducted from wealth of non-Muslims. See: https://...


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All these kinds of businesses are halal as long as both parties agree to (and act upon) the conditions made in the business contract (basically the shares of the win). 50:50 shares are actually not unusual if only two parties are involved. The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) having said: Allah, Most High, says: "I make a third with two partners as long as one of ...


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Bear in mind that my answer is based on what I know about the Amazon affiliate program, and that dates back to a year or two, so things may have changed. You are supposed to only put links to a certain category of products, normally those who are related to your area of expertise (e.g. if you are doing blog posts comparing microphones, then you can post ...


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