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The religious establishment denounced what had been shared about the fatwá of al- Nūr party that prohibit buying the certificates of Suez Canal as a form of ribā (interest) that is considered harām  (religiously prohibited.)
Pope Tawadros stated in the International Conference of Coptic Youth that Egypt shall be within a year or two one of the economically promising countries.
Dr. Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minsiter of Endowments has assigned Eng. Mursī al- Bahrāwī to conduct a survey for all mosques and ministerial headquarters and to formulate a idea concerning the best possibilities to utilize solar energy
The article is a review of Rose Al-Youssef’s file "The Complete Conspiracy: The Extremist Plan to Destroy Egypt’s Civilization." The file exposes the dangerous dimensions of extremism’s conspiracy against Egypt. The aim of the conspiracy is to destroy every aspect of Egyptian society.
The article sheds light on Islamic banks and investment of capital companies. They have a religious appearance and a commercial nature. It also comments on the relations between Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The author comments on the recent events involving Faysal Islamic Bank.
Islam encourages trade between both Muslims and the non-Muslims; it refuses discrimination. It preserves the right and the money of the non-Muslims in Muslim countries.
al-Wafd interviews Sāmiḥ Makram ‘Ubayd about the banking system in Egypt and why Islamic banks hinder non-Muslims from dealing with them, which is considered a violation of the constitution.
The author criticizes the Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt for issuing a decree that prevents Copts from buying shares in the bank on the Egyptian stock exchange.
Muḥammad al-Badrī claimed that Faysal Islamic Bank recently prevented Copts from holding any of its shares, which he described as an unprecedented incident that revealed blatant discrimination between Muslim and Christian Egyptian citizens. al-Badrī said that most acts of religious discrimination...
The launch of the first Islamic banking institution in the Netherlands offering Muslims non-usurious loans.
The article discusses the possibility of establishing an Islamic stock exchange based on the laws of Islam that prohibit practices harmful to society such as usury, long-term selling transactions and monopoly.
The article focuses on the issue of banking transactions in the stock exchange amidst questions about whether this is compatible with the Islamic sharī‘ah.
Scholars inside the Azhar are split over a project proposed by a businessman to have a stock exchange dealing in currency, a system of economic activity that is new in Egypt and Arab and Islamic countries, amidst arguments as to whether the proposal runs counter to the sharī‘a.
Some economists have discussed the influence of religion on economics. They say that the weak economy of the Muslim countries is due to their religion. But the economist Marcos Noland of the International Institution for Economics in Washington says that Islam encourages development. Many people...
Next month, Karachi, the Pakistani trade capital, will host an international conference on Islamic banking systems and financial markets.
Dr. Muhammad Shahrour, the Syrian Islamic thinker was interviewed by Rose al-Yousuf and affirmed that the religious institutions in the Arab World - like the Azhar in Egypt, [and the Shi’ite centers in] al-Najaf in Iraq, and Qom in Iran – are still conservative with tools of knowledge that did not...
Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawi calls people to deposit their money in Islamic banks even if they are inadequate in some aspects. He criticized the Sheikh of the Azhar for saying that loaning at fixed interest rate is halal. The article shows the inadequate aspects of Islamic banking as explained by Al-...
Majdī Khalīl criticizes Muslim extremists who he believes are leading the Arab and Muslim world to backwardness and preventing them from keeping up with modernization.


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