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1)

business’ and ‘money-lending’ : ——— >> LINK 

<< The Qur’an has made a firm distinction between ‘business’ and ‘money-lending’. In every business transaction there must be an element of risk in consequence of which the transaction might yield a profit or suffer a loss. Allah Most High can then intervene to ‘take’ from some and to ‘give’ to others. In this way He, Most High, would ensure that wealth would circulate throughout the economy. The rich would then not remain permanently rich, and the poor would not be imprisoned in permanent poverty.

When money is lent on interest, however, the money-lender insulates himself to the maximum extent possible from suffering any loss. As a consequence money does not circulate in an economy based on money being lent on interest. The rich remain permanently rich and the poor remain permanently poor and vulnerable to exploitation. >>

2)

Europe left behind two dangerous things one was modern secular state which in simple terms is a revolt against Allah. Modern secular state states that we do not recognize Allah any more as Al Malik (Sovereign), but the state is sovereign and this was the seed of Shirk – political shirk.

The second seed which they planted before leaving was the transformation of money. Money was no longer going to be sunnah money (i.e., money having intrinsic value) but the paper money without its intrinsic value. ====== >> LINK 

3) Islam spreads…….. LINK 

4) – – – – – – – – We further demonstrate that the monetary system created by the ruling European Judeo-Christian alliance was specifically designed to remove ‘money with intrinsic value’ from the money-system of the world, and to replace it with money that had no intrinsic value. Such non-redeemable paper currencies could then be devalued. When they were devalued, not only would it result in an unjust legalised theft of the wealth of those who used the devalued currency but additionally, it would become more and more expensive for such countries to repay loans which were taken on interest. Eventually these countries would be trapped with debts they could never repay, and would thus be at the mercy of those whose suspiciously large loans to them were meant to deliver precisely such control over them. (See John Perkins, ‘Confessions of an Economic Hit-Man’). – – – – – – – – – LINK 

5)

Who is the creator of wealth. LINK 

Some scholars of Islam hasten to remind us that the Sunnah is comprised of two parts. The first is that which has come to us from the blessed Prophet but was based on Divine guidance. And the second is that which was based on his own opinion. The Prophet has himself advised his followers in respect of the second that “you are better informed about your worldly affairs.” The implication of this advice was that there was no obligation to follow such Sunnah. The scholars go on to argue that ‘money’ falls in the second category. As a consequence, they argue, it is perfectly legitimate for Muslims to accept the present system of nonredeemable paper-money in which the Jewish-Christian ruling alliance simply has to print paper as money, assign a fictitious value to it, and in the process become creators of as much wealth as they want. They can then use their currencies to buy anything they want in any part of the world. However, when

Muslims follow them in this blasphemous activity of creating wealth out of nothing, a suitcase filled with Indonesian Rupiahs or Pakistani Rupees cannot buy even a cup of coffee in Manhattan. Such scholars of Islam have never declared the present monetary system of non-redeemable paper money to be Haram, and it seems as though they never will. They are, of course, very wrong in their judgement and they will have to face the consequences on the Day of Judgement for that atrocious failure. They do not consider that money in the form of precious metals created by Allah Most High with intrinsic value assigned to them by Allah Himself is firmly grounded in the blessed Qur’an itself. ===== >>

6) The Gold Dinar And Silver Dirham: Islam And The Future Of Money // BY: Imran N. Hosein ====>> LINK

7)
“Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value – zero.” (Voltaire, 1694-1778)
http://www.safehaven.com/article/10637/fate-of-paper-money  ======>> LINK 

8)  In the current economic environment, you would think that selling a painting would be difficult, notes Cekerevac. He says that the rich are looking for ways to trade their paper money for something that’s concrete, whether it’s gold, jewelry or art. ===>> LINK 

9) Islamic Book Collection  ====>> LINK 

10)
Allah speaks the truth when He says:
وَكَذَٲلِكَ جَعَلۡنَا لِكُلِّ نَبِىٍّ عَدُوًّ۬ا مِّنَ ٱلۡمُجۡرِمِينَۗ وَكَفَىٰ بِرَبِّكَ هَادِيً۬ا وَنَصِيرً۬ا (31:25)
“Thus have We made for every prophet an enemy among the sinners: but enough is Thy Lord to guide and to help.” (25:31)   ———–>> LINK 

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