The Guide to Islamic Economics, Banking, and Finance
AbstractA full array of frequently asked questions and their Shari’ah approved answers in today’s modern Islamic Economics, Finance, and Banking.
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Date of creation: 11 Dec 2009
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Musharakah; Sukuk; Musharakah; Murabahah; Ijarah; bequest; Waqf; Contracts; Mudarabah; Sale; Leasing; Islamic Economics; Islamic Banking; Islamic Finance;
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