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A veteran of Islamic economics, Muhammad Akram Khan, criticizes Islamic banking as professing to have "put its business on a basis other than interest" while devising "a whole host ruses and subterfuges to conceal interest. Mahmoud Amin El-Gamal, and Mohammad Fadel complain of the charging of higher fees in Islamic banking.
Muhammad Akram Khan Congress). It listed 153 Urdu and English titles.
Islamic Economics - Annotated Sources in English and Urdu. The Islamic Foundation, 1983, 221 p. Muhammad Akram Khan had published a first Annotated Bibliography of. Contemporary Economic Thought in Islam in 1973 (Lahore: All Pakistan Education. Mr. Khan's present bibliography. contains approximately 750 titles of which about 630 are annotated while the rest are. listed in a supplement. published as a separate book in 1981 (Leicester: The Islamic Foundation) which is not.
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389 Khan - Islamic Economics; Annotated Resources in English and Urdu (1983). 390 Khan - Towards an Interest-Free Islamic Economic System (1985). 391 Khorshid - Islamic Insurance; A Modern Approach to Islamic Banking (2004). 393 Kindness and Gentleness. 394 Kitab At-Tawheed. 395 Kitab al-Siyar as-Saghir. 396 Knowing Allah Purpose of Our Existence and Our End Allah Makes All That Known by His Words.
Islamic economics (Arabic: الاقتصاد الإسلامي) is a term used to refer to Islamic commercial jurisprudence (Arabic: فقه المعاملات, fiqh al-mu'āmalāt), and also to an ideology of economics based on the teachings of Islam that takes a middle grou.
Islamic commercial jurisprudence entails the rules of transacting finance or other economic activity in a Shari'a compliant manner, . a manner conforming to Islamic scripture (Quran and sunnah).
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