Imam Musa ibn Ja'far (al-Kazim) said: "The Muslim governor should distribute the national wealth according to the directions made by God. It should be divided into eight shares, for the poor and the needy. He should distribute it among them so that they will be satisfied during the year without hardship or concealing their need. If something is left it should be returned to the governor, but if it was not enough so that they are not yet content, the Governor ought to sup- ply them from the reserves according to their need till they become satisfied."
(b). Islamic Social Balance:
The Islamic State strives to limit and lessen material differences among Muslims. Although it recognises natural differences among people due to environment, education, and personal gifts, etc. On the other hand, Capitalism approves and contributes to widen the gap between two extreme classes in the society. One class have all the