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Muslim jurists have variously defined waqf. As per Imām Abū Ḥanīfah's definition, waqf is to donate profits associated with an asset while keeping its ownership intact with the donor. Imām Mālik defines it as donating the profit associated with the donor's asset for a specific period of time. Likewise, Imām Aḥmad bin Ḥanbal defines it as giving the ownership as well as its associated profit to whom the asset is donated. Imām Shāfi'ī, Imām Muḥammad, and Imām Abū Yūsuf consider waqf as givingdoi:10.52541/fn.v58i1.1281 fatcat:jmzhpflbqben7bveybdnivt5nq