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ISLAM & INTEREST By Mohammad Shafi
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Contrary to popular belief,interest, per se, is not prohibited in Islam. What is prohibited is, in Qur'aanic (or Koranic) terminology, Ar-Riba. Many Islamic scholars believe that that this Qur'aanic... More > term is not defined in the Qur'aan and have assumed it, without evidence, to mean interest. But, quoting extensively from the Qur'aan and the Prophet's sayings, the book ISLAM & INTEREST provides evidential and analytical proof that the term is well-defined in the Holy Book itself, and that it broadly covers all economic ills in human societies. The Qur'aanic statement that 'Allah has made business lawful and has prohibited Ar-Riba' is the basic Principle of Islamic Economics.< Less
WHY DO I BELIEVE IN ISLAM By Mohammad Shafi
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The book gives a rational explanation as to why do I believe in Islam. Man tends to stick to the religion of his parents, whether he really believes in it or not. But I have made a conscious effort... More > honestly to search my mind, and the book is the result of that conscious search.< Less
JUDGMENT ON INTEREST, ANALYSED IN QUR'AANIC LIGHT By Mohammad Shafi
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The Supreme Court of Pakistan had ruled that Interest is prohibited in Islam. The author of this book has analysed this Judgment in Qur'aanic light and he has found that the ruling is contrary to... More > Qur'aanic stipulations. The book gives the entire Judgment with the author's comments at relevant places within the text of the Judgment.< Less
The Veil & Polygamy, In Islam By Mohammad Shafi
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The Islamic code for feminine dress, in public, is governed by the need to be sober and sexually not provocative. In Islam, sex is a private affair between a man and his wife, and not for public... More > display. The dress code as prescribed in the Qur'aan, however, does not require the face to be covered. Covering the face is a man-imposed requirement, and not divine. And, contrary to popular belief, polygamy is not the norm in Islam! Monogamy is the norm. Polygamay is permitted only in exceptional circumstances.< Less

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