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in response to reader comment: On charging of Interest Quoran/Sharia is indeed wrong

Submitted by Mohd Amir (India), Oct 2, 2012 at 10:25

Dear Mr. Rajeev,

Quran and Hadees, both teaches to do business, it says charge profit just like a small pinch of Salt in Flour, and tell the buyer about all the in and outs of the products before selling, after that if the buyer comes to return it then its good deed if you take it back and give him his money back. Sir, always read these things from Handy books of Islam not from internet.

Thanks.

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