An introduction to the principles Islam has legislated to guide the economic system of society. Part 1: The sources from which the laws that guide economical activity are derived.
An introduction to the principles Islam has legislated to guide the economic system of society. Part 2: The Ideological Basis of Economic Activity and the general principles by which they are guided.
A comparative look at work as envisioned in the Islamic economic framework and its Western understanding. Also, discusses the acquisition and disposition of wealth.
An Islamic view of the role of interest in society today, with a historical and contemporary study. Part One: Why Muslims have implemented the prohibition of Interest in the face of Christian and Jewish secularists’ call for its legalization.
An Islamic view of the role of interest in society today, with a historical and contemporary study. Part Two: A glimpse at some texts from the Quran and Sunnah which severely warn against the taking of interest.
Interest and Usury in the Bible (Judaism and Christianity) and according to early thinkers.
How something so despised such as interest could be justified and even institutionalized as a standard.
The various ways in which thinkers in the past have tried to conjure explanations for the existence of interest.
The various ways in which interest has harmed society.
The various ways in which interest has harmed society. Part 2: The devastating ills of interest on an international level.
An Islamic solution to the interest model, and how economy can still thrive without interest.
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