دور مؤسسة الوقف فى تحقيق الأمن الاقتصادى
[The role of the waqf institution in achieving economic security]
AbstractEconomic security is composed of basic social security, defined by access to basic needs infrastructure pertaining to health, education, dwelling, information, and social protection, as well as work-related security. Waqf (endowment) is one of the most important institutions in the Islamic religion. Waqf has many dimensions, religious, social, economic, cultural and humanitarian. This institution embodies the tolerance , generosity , solidarity and interdependence among people. Furthermore, the activity of the Waqf covered all aspects of social life. also provides the basic needs of the poor, such as clothing, food, shelter and provide a number of public goods and services such as education and health. Therefore this reflected directly in achieving economic security. This research aims to study the role of the institution of waqf in achieving economic security.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 22447.
Date of creation: May 2010
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Economic security ; (endowment) ; Islamic religion;
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