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Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: FANTASY IDEOLOGY

Submitted by Aamir (Pakistan), Oct 1, 2007 at 06:04

Dear Abu Nuwas

After reading your so called response I have only one comment, you are living in fools paradise. when you will wake up you will realize that your observations are dependent on some unpopular writers. Use your brain and come up with something concrete..

I think i admitted in my response that there is no such thing like "Islamic Banking" in Quran but the book set rules of trade on principals commanded by Allah (swt). There is no comparison between the two as the Islamic teachings rejects any idea which is for the benefit of limited individuals..Its all about sharing profit and loss together...that is actually "Sharakat"...

No matter its acceptable to you or not, the idea is not fantasy.

By the way, war is not limited to guns and bombs. the way our concepts are projected in west have big bold label of "Warning" which automatically repels you and holds you from getting positive points from our ideology.

I hope this time you will investigate about "Islamic economics" in right direction.




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