(b). Collective Possession
This field covers the national wealth which belongs to all people of the Islamic State, irres- pective of their financial status. The bulk of the wealth is expended and utilised in building schools, hospitals, etc. The sources or incomes of this sec- tor of economy are specific and noted. For exa- mple, the so-called (Kharaj land) is one source which is a land naturally productive. Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.a.h.f.) said: "People are to share three .things, fire, water, and grass." All Muslim thinkers throughout the Islamic history accepted the generalisation of this statement to include all natural resources to be under collective ownership. There are many other examples of income to the collective possession, which can be consulted in the Islamic legislation books.
(c). State's Possession
State's possession differs from other kinds of possession not only in the sources of income but