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how about an islamic currency

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: Look At This

Submitted by tony (United Kingdom), Oct 6, 2007 at 10:09

I think muslims have the right to shape their financial systems the way they see fit, without asking americans for their opinion. It is their money, their land, their people, their religion, their laws, and their business. Islamic finance as a theory seeks the creation of an islamic currency. If this happen it will be a major blow to the Dollar and western economies as a whole. Again, it is their right whether it suits America and Mr Pipes or not.


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