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Unlawful gain and legitimate profit in Islamic law

riba, gharar, and Islamic banking

by Nabil A. Saleh

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Published by Graham & Trotman in London, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interest (Islamic law),
  • Risk (Islamic law),
  • Speculation (Islamic law),
  • Contracts (Islamic law),
  • Banking law (Islamic law),
  • Sales (Islamic law)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 152-155) and index.

    StatementNabil A. Saleh ; with additional research by Ahmad Ajaj.
    SeriesArab and Islamic laws series
    ContributionsAjaj, Ahmad, 1951-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1715840M
    ISBN 101853337218, 1853334146
    LC Control Number92018224

    Social History of Timbuktu: The Role of Muslim Scholars and Notables (Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization) by Elias N. Saad: Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law: Riba, Gharar and Islamic Banking by Ahmad Ajaj: Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law: The Origins of the Islamic Patronate by Patricia Crone: Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law. Riba, Gharar and Islamic Banking by Nabil A. Saleh (pp. ) Review by: David Pearl.

      Karabell, Z. (), People of the Book: The Forgotten History of Islam and the West, London: Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law: Riba, Gharar and Islamic Banking, second edition, London: Graham & by: Islamic law, in principle, recognizes contractual freedom. All contracts and contractual provisions are allowed unless explicitly prohibited in the foundation texts. Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law: Riba, Gbarar, and Islamic Banking (Cambridge, UK: Sahih Muslim, b no. , University of Southern California's.

      Coverage of Islamic law across contemporary contexts draws on real case material, and allows for discussion of Islam as a legal and a moral code that is activated both inside and outside the court. Readers will learn about rituals, dietary restrictions, family, contracts and property, lawful and unlawful gain, criminal law and punishments, and. Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law Riba, Gharar and Islamic Banking by Ajaj, Ahmad, Saleh, Nabil A. ISBN: List Price: $ OUT OF STOCK See Availability on Amazon.


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Can you tell me whether it is substantially improved from or better than the first edition?. For more on Islamic Finance in general and the interest prohibition, see Saleh, N () Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law --Riba, gharar and Islamic banking (2nd ed) Graham & Trotman.

Unlawful Gain and Legitimate Profit in Islamic Law: Riba, Gharar and Islamic Banking, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar Siddiqi, Mohammad Nejatullah (): Riba, Bank Interest and the Rationale of Its Prohibition, Jeddah: : Samir Alamad.According to what has been said in the first part of this article, the income one earns is either Halal (gained through lawful ways), which can be freely spent, or Haram (gained through foul means), or sometimes of doubtful origins (mixed up of both Haram and Halal), which must be seriously you might wonder what some of the precise examples of unlawful earning are in today’s world.