Ibn Taymiyyah

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In Islamic thought history, Takiyyuddin ibn Teymiyye comes in the first place of the names who have been talked for or against. ( Birth:...

Interest in Islam

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Liberalist and capitalist visions cannot provide total felicitous in our subjects of wages, profit, hire, and interest. Their saying “yes” for the interest which...

Ahmad Rahman

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AHMED RAHMAN Mr. Ahmed has a Bachelor in Arts, majoring in Economics from University of Michigan, USA.  He has worked with the Standard Chartered Bank...

Grameen Bank

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“Even though Grameen Bank is considered as an Islamic Bank for some, not considered as an Islamic bank for others; it is not hard...

Islamic Banking vs. Conventional Banking

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Islamic banking has developed  recently.  Put forward  to be having high ethical criterions, the banking system upraises questions from many.  First of all, we...

Islamic Banking and Finance in Kuwait

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The Kuwait Finance House, which is  the first Islamic bank in Kuwait was founded in 1977 as an Islamic finance.  Islamic finance ınstitutions (IFIs)...

Production Factors in Islam

According to Islam, there are three production factors; they are: Land, Capital and Labor. However, Islam organized economy with collective work of effort-capital; labour-employer, different...

Fahim Khan

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Dr. FAHIM KHAN M. Fahim Khan holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in Statistics from Punjab University, Pakistan, M.A and Ph.D. in Economics from Boston University,...

Islamic Banking and Finance in Sri Lanka

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Although Sri Lanka is a non-Islamic country, it has  legislated for Islamic banking.  In this aspect, it is one of the  few unique countries....

Islamic Banking and Finance in India

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Traditional or Conventional Banking is a part of the financial system.  It is not an entire  financial system.  However, when we discuss  Islamic Banking...