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This is cheap cheating

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in response to reader comment: Guess how do they Charge/Give interest in Saudi Arabia?

Submitted by Abdulaziz Harun (Djibouti), Aug 11, 2015 at 15:21

I wonder why they cant just charge interest, because what they are doing is too offensive to ALLAH then charging interest.

They are also trying to do the same in my country (Somalia) and i can't buy it, i went straight to their management and said "Please charge me Interest, because it is more Islamic than your cheap Allah cheating trick"

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