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Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: islamic Economics another islamic Oxymoron

Submitted by Muslim (United States), Jun 19, 2008 at 20:24

Hey good article,yes there is no such thing as islamic banks in our modern world,but that what you think cause you didn't search in all the earth spot and you really need more information.

Like how can you know that in malysia don't pay the zakat for poor ? do you have super power to know the hidden things ? i guess this is not a correct information that you are given.

Who told you that in the kuran there is no islamic economy? i think you should read the kuran but too bad you can't touch it,and if you already read it,i bet you didn't read it well.

Yah,i feel sorry for most people who have hard ability to read the most decent book on earth.

Also,islamic economy is allah's system of economy,that why malysia has a strong economy cause she use islamic economy in the opposite of saudi arabia and other countries who fallow the capitalism,oh and do you know that the capitalism is a part of the islamic economy ?but not all of it cause as i can see it's going down,the new libralism is failing,and you can't just pretend things that you don't know.

One word to you,stop attacking the islam dude.


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