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    Question حرام طریقے سے شروع کیا جانے والا کاروبار ، آخر تک حرام ہی رہے گا .



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    میاں نوازشریف سمجھتے ہیں کہ اللہ اور اس کے رسول صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کے خلاف اعلان جنگ میں ہی ان کی بقاہے۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔ عجیب آدمی ہیں یہ! بظاہرصوم وصلوۃ کے پابند ہیں لیکن آخر سودی نظام کو جاری رکھنے پر تلے ہیں۔ 33 برس قبل بھی انہی صاحب نے بطوروزیراعظم سودی نظام کو جاری رکھنے کا پروانہ جاری کیاتھا حالانکہ جنرل ضیاالحق نے ایک پراسیس بنایاتھا جس کے مطابق نوے کی دہائی کے اوائل میں پاکستان میں* مکمل غیرسودی نظام نافذ ہوجاناتھا۔ اور آج یہ نوجوانوں کو سودی قرضوں کے جھنجھٹ میں پھنساناچاہتےہیں۔ اس ملک میں ڈاکٹرامجدثاقب نام کاایک افراد غیرسودی قرضے دے کرنوے ہزار خاندانوں کو کاروبارکراسکتاہے تو میاں*نوازشریف سرکاری وسائل کے ساتھ غیرسودی قرضوں کا نظام کیوں رائج نہیں*کرسکتے؟
    کیا میاں*نوازشریف ان کی نظرسے یہ حدیث نہیں*گزری کہ سود کا مطلب اللہ اور اس کے رسول کے خلاف اعلان جنگ ہے؟ کیا کبھی انھوں نے کسی عالم دین سے یہ حدیث نہیں سنی؟ کیا یہ اللہ کے حضور جوابدہی کے وقت کہہ سکیں گے کہ اللہ کے رسول صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کا یہ فرمان میری نظرسے کبھی گزرا ہی نہیں ہوگا؟ کیاانھیں اس بات کا خیال نہیں کہ یہ اللہ کے حضور جھوٹ نہیں بول سکیں گے؟ اگربولیں گے تو ان کی آنکھیں اور کان بولیں*گے کہ بالکل! یہ حدیث ان کے علم میں تھی۔
    اور۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔اس روز ان لوگوں*کا کیاہوگا جو مختلف حیلے بہانے بناکر شب وروزایسے سیاست دانوں کی حمایت کرتے ہیں؟

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    کیاحلال اور کونسا حرام؟؟؟
    سب بیکار اور فضول کی باتیں ہیں۔ اسلام ایک چلا ہوا کارتوس ہے جسمیں دور جدید کے لۓ کچھ نہیں۔ اسلام کے پاس تو غیر مسلموں کے دۓ ہوۓ معاشی و بینکنگ نظام کا ہی توڑ نہیں اس نے غالب کیا خاک آنا ہے؟
    ربا، سود کی اصطلاح ، اسلامی معاشی نظام کی کڑ یاں ہیں ، یہاں تو حالت یہ ہے کہ مکمل اسلام ہی ہماری زندگیوں میں نہیں اور حرام چرغے پہ اسلامی چُورن چھڑک کر اسلام کی خدمت کرنے کا بھوت سوار ہے، دوغلے کہیں کے۔

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    mammo jaan mujhay umeed hay kay ap kay khandan may bashamol ap kay na koi credit card use kerta hoga, na kisi nay pledge ker k apni property koi loan liya hoga, na koi saving account run ker raha hoga BANK may aur na he kisi ka kisi kisam ka koi bani say layn dayn hoga..... MAY AP JAISAY FARISHTAY KO SALUTE kerta hoon

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    mammo jaan mujhay umeed hay kay ap kay khandan may bashamol ap kay na koi credit card use kerta hoga, na kisi nay pledge ker k apni property koi loan liya hoga, na koi saving account run ker raha hoga BANK may aur na he kisi ka kisi kisam ka koi bani say layn dayn hoga..... MAY AP JAISAY FARISHTAY KO SALUTE kerta hoon

    Two seperate points! My question was are you against ribba or with ribba, you didn't answer that?

    second point is of personal nature, but I will answer, I use to have 13 credit cards but when I found out I gave up all of them, all my accounts are current accounts without interest, have saving account but I don't use it anymore and Allhamdullaih no loans and no mortgage, I hope this have clarified!

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    In reality Allah swt forbids about taking Riba (Earning money on money without taking any Risk of losing it). No doubt that it is Haram in Islam, It is also true that we should avoid it as much as we can ! Because Our beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH has forbidden strictly to abandon it completely. But it is also true that world economical system is based on Tax and Interest based on western system!! None of Islamic country including Saudia Arabia, UAE, and all middle eastern states has developed any Islamic banking system. There is no consensus on it, some called todays interest as a Time value of money and link it with FV and inflation. Credit cards, and all the Loans which has Compound interest covers Riba 's definition. But time value of money or inflationary effects are still not clear !
    But question is who is demeaning it ? PTI 's is debasing, bashing and lashing others good work without looking into mirror their own faces !! I.K has accepted numerous times that he has been involved in fixing and betting. Recently he lost Zakat Money for treating poor patients at SKMH OVERSEAS business speculation in OMAN. He invested $30 Millions zakat money overseas endowment fund hedging to earn Interest(profit). He accepted that he invested money to earn profit? How come a a Zakat collector can earn profit on money meant for Hospital? anyways not only that he earn interest on that money too??
    You guyz should ask your own leader first how come he can utilize Zakat money for that? before talking about business money, because IK got zakat money being a beggar he has no right to make profit on it, but he did, not only that he invested in speculations, and betting(which is haram). Later, he used same interest money for his political agenda which is Haram source, his followers are supporting a Haram cause indeed in that sense !!. So PTI ""londas"" should not blindly put fingers on others without looking into their pants !! UNDERSTOOD ""KHAN KAY LONDO""...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by angleena@aol.com View Post
    In reality Allah swt forbids about taking Riba (Earning money on money without taking any Risk of losing it). No doubt that it is Haram in Islam, It is also true that we should avoid it as much as we can ! Because Our beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH has forbidden strictly to abandon it completely. But it is also true that world economical system is based on Tax and Interest based on western system!! None of Islamic country including Saudia Arabia, UAE, and all middle eastern states has developed any Islamic banking system. There is no consensus on it, some called todays interest as a Time value of money and link it with FV and inflation. Credit cards, and all the Loans which has Compound interest covers Riba 's definition. But time value of money or inflationary effects are still not clear !
    But question is who is demeaning it ? PTI 's is debasing, bashing and lashing others good work without looking into mirror their own faces !! I.K has accepted numerous times that he has been involved in fixing and betting. Recently he lost Zakat Money for treating poor patients at SKMH OVERSEAS business speculation in OMAN. He invested $30 Millions zakat money overseas endowment fund hedging to earn Interest(profit). He accepted that he invested money to earn profit? How come a a Zakat collector can earn profit on money meant for Hospital? anyways not only that he earn interest on that money too??
    You guyz should ask your own leader first how come he can utilize Zakat money for that? before talking about business money, because IK got zakat money being a beggar he has no right to make profit on it, but he did, not only that he invested in speculations, and betting(which is haram). Later, he used same interest money for his political agenda which is Haram source, his followers are supporting a Haram cause indeed in that sense !!. So PTI ""londas"" should not blindly put fingers on others without looking into their pants !! UNDERSTOOD ""KHAN KAY LONDO""...??

    You miss the plot! Question is simple is it right or wrong, are you with it or against it?

    Second question why didn't NS made the loan following Islamic system, that is inplace and all the banks have that option? Even the banks here in UK HAVE IT. Can you not ask your leader to change that? Yes or no answer please and please cut the crap.

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    Feel the difference.


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    Feel the difference.


    I cant see interest rate, can please Nooras enlighten us?

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    Zakat - Islamic Economy System ....... Part 1

    The economics of Zakat and its relevance to modern times is a hotly debated issue among both religious and liberal Muslims. This series of articles will attempt to explain the concept of Zakat in the light of only the Quran and the faithful implementation of this concept by our Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). We will see how a similarly implemented system can solve the current economic problems of not just Muslim Countries, but of the World.
    Zakat - First Universal Welfare System
    Contrary to the beliefs of both religious and secular Muslims, the Prophet Muhammad achievements were based not on ephemeral but on the permanent values of the Quran. He brought about the greatest revolution, even an economic and political miracle in human history (see Michael Hart, THE 100, pages 3-10). In a very short time after the prophet migrated to Medina and implemented the system of salaat and zakat, the economic condition of the people changed.

    * (For a detailed discussion about the system of salaat, see a two part article in MONITOR, pages 6-10, September/October 1998, and pages 7-12, December1998/January 1999)

    The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is reported to have said; If a single person were to sleep hungry in a town, then God's protection is lifted from that town -[Masnad Imam Ahmad]. This hadith emphasizes that no one (Muslims or non Muslims) under this system should go hungry. Thus this zakat system created the first universal welfare system in human history. It also gradually transformed the existing slave based economy to a universal welfare based economy. By the end of the Prophet's period, the entire Arabian Peninsula enjoyed economic as well as political security. This system reached its pinnacle during Khalifa Umar's time (again, see Michael Hart, THE 100, pages 261-265), a time when, history tells us, hardly anyone was in need of charity.
    What has occurred then in the intervening years that the Muslims masses are suffering economic deprivation even though they live in areas with plenty of natural resources?
    What Happened Then?
    Muslims and non Muslims alike ask the question; If the system implemented by our Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Sahabaa (r) was so good, why did it not continue? The answer is simple, we changed or abandoned the system implemented by the Prophet Muhammad. Instead of deciding matters with open consultation, as the Quran requires, the Ummayad and Abbasid dynastic rulers created a dictatorship under the guise of " Shari'iah " and " Ijma'a ". This was a ploy to fool the people. The rulers first acquired illegal political authority, and then delegated religious authority to Imams appointed by themselves.

    Thus they hijacked the train of Islam from the track of our Prophet (pbuh) and hisSahabba (r) and put it on a new track called " Shari'ah ." Since then, a minority of the rich and powerful has been riding this train and entertaining their friends while exploiting the vast majority of Muslims along the way. Consequently, common Muslims have continued to live in poverty and to suffer intergenerational economic misery. Islam's system of Zakat has had nothing to do with this sad state of affairs.

    Zakat & Our Approach
    Today, we are taught that zakat is one of the pillars of Islam. Zakat is generally translated as charity or poor due and it is required to be distributed according to the details given in the Shariah. However, the descendents of the Prophet (pbuh), generally known as "Syeds" in the Indian subcontinent are forbidden to take zakat according to this Shariah. No matter how poor, they are considered superior by birth compared to other Muslims due to their supposed relationship with the Prophet (pbuh). Obviously, this is against our Prophet's Sunnah since he proclaimed justice, fairness, and equality for all, regardless of family or blood relationship.

    The dispensation of zakat is regulated by different rates (called shar'h ) for different items called (nisaab) whose details are given in books of hadith andFiqh. Zakat on money is 2.5% of the savings over a period of one year according to the Shari'ah. There are many conditions attached to the giving and receiving of zakat. There is no uniformity even among the Sunnis in the restrictions, rates and even the items of zakat.
    In addition, there are different books of Fiqh and Shari'ah for different Muslim sects or schools of thought! Although Islamic scholars know about these differences in zakah among the Muslim sects, they rarely bring them out into the open, since it is in the interest of these scholars to keep the people ignorant.
    The differences in zakat among the four Sunni Imams are not as major as among the Sunni and Shi'ia Imams. For example, in Fiqh Jaffariah , there is no zakat on paper currency. So, for the followers of this Fiqh there is no Zakat on bank accounts. When General Zia-ul-Haq, the Pakistani military ruler instituted compulsory zakat in Pakistan, the Shi'ia 'Ulema revolted against it and refused to abide by the government's zakat ordinance. Ultimately the government excludedShi'ias from the yearly bank account deductions. This led many Sunnis to declare themselves Shi'ias on their bank forms to avoid paying zakat on their bank accounts.
    Zakat - Conclusion
    Dear sisters and brothers! We must re-turn to the true spirit of the Quran; we must have the courage to follow the Islam of our Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), which requires real sacrifice and a drastic change in our lifestyles. We must go back to the Quran as the primary source, and not to the rulings of Islamic scholars from the time of the Ummayad and Abbasid rulers.
    In Part 2 of this article we will look at the real meaning and significance of zakah - the Arabic word zakah with its root z-k-w , which means growth and development, not charity or poor-due. Keeping this meaning in full view, zakat is supposed to ultimately lead to growth and development of all human beings; it is supposed to remove the need for charity or poor-due in the long term. We will see how zakat not only leads to the economic progress of individuals and all human beings but to their spiritual progress as well. We will also note the difference between Sadaqaa and Zakat.

    Continued in part 2/3

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    In part I of this article, we had examined the prevailing opinions of both religious and secular Muslims, as well as the prevailing system of Zakat in some so-called Muslim countries. We had concluded that the concept and practice of Zakat has been reduced to a lifeless ritual by means of which the rich believe they can gain entry into Heaven in the Hereafter. On the other hand, our Prophet ( pbuh ) acted to establish the Deen of Allah Almighty in Medina by implementing the system of Salaah and Zakat as spelled out in the Quran. In this part we will look closely at this system of Zakat .


    If Zakat is one of the pillars of the Deen , it stands to reason that this pillar must stand on a firm foundation. That firm foundation is comprised of each Muslim's unshakable conviction, 100% commitment, utter sincerity, and complete dedication to the belief that the Allah-owned resources on the planet must be made available to all creatures and human beings for their sustenance, nourishment, and growth.


    The Arabic word Zakat , with its root Z -K -W means growth and development. A tree is nourished and grows in the presence of Allah-owned resources such as the soil, the rain, the sun, and the air (56:63-72; 80:24-31). Any interference in the flow of any of these resources will retard the growth and development of the tree. Similarly, any individual, group, government, or system which disrupts the natural flow of Allah-owned resources on the planet to all human beings creates an imbalance in society: the rich/poor, the master/slave, the owner/worker. In the West, this awareness is dawning in respect to plants, animal and insect species which are becoming extinct due to this imbalance in nature caused by the actions of human beings.


    However, the global economic imbalance continues to grow unchecked because human beings have refused, in their greed, to believe in the basic economic principle of Zakat : unrestricted flow of resources to all human beings (41:10, 50:11, 55:10, 56:73, 79:33, and 80:32).


    The capitalist New World Order of the West actively seeks to control the natural resources of weaker nations under the guise of "global economic security." Using the United Nations as a tool, the weak are intimidated into submission either through economic sanctions or military force. Allama Iqbal beautifully captured this mentality of the powerful when he said: "Hai wo sultan ghair ki kheti pe ho jiski nazar." (The master is one who always has an eye on others' lands.) Muslims, too, have abandoned the Quranic Zakat , which is Allah's assured challenge to this naked exploitation of the weak by the strong. Unlike other religions, Islam is a Deen , a system of life, a constitutionally-run, collective life that encompasses the social, economic, political, judicial, and military aspects of a community. The leaders of this community are not priests, or scholars, or the rich, or the strong: they are the most upright who commit to upholding the laws of Allah Almighty in the land, " Amr bil ma'aroof " (enjoining what is right) and " Nahya 'anil munkar " (forbidding what is wrong). They make sure the Quran, the Constitution of Allah, is en acted i.e. put into action.


    What then, is the position of the Quran on the Economic World Order that should prevail, in other words, Zakat ? The Quran emphasizes the importance of economics in human life. While describing the life of Heaven, the Quran says there will be no hunger and no misery there.


    "There is therein (enough provision) for thee not to go hungry nor to go naked." [Yusuf Ali (20:118)]


    Too, the Quran teaches us to work for the good of this life, as well as the hereafter (2:201, 7:156), in contrast to the mindset of those who consider economic prosperity in this life to be an end in itself. According to the Quran, such people live at the animal level:


    "Verily Allah Almighty will admit those who believe and do righteous deeds, to Gardens beneath which rivers flow; while those who reject Allah Almighty will enjoy (this world) and eat as cattle eat; and the Fire will be their abode." [Yusuf Ali (47:12)]


    Taqwaa (righteous works) includes the use of economic prosperity to achieve a higher and nobler goal (10:63-64, 16:30). Economic prosperity is a means, not an end; it is a source for life, not the end of life; it is a prerequisite for growth and development in life, not the final goal of life. Since economic prosperity is so essential to human growth and development, Allah Almighty has addressed the issue of Zakat in great depth in the Quran.


    To begin with, Allah Almighty says He is Rahman and Rahim :


    "There is no moving creature on earth but its sustenance dependeth on Allah: He knoweth the time and place of its definite abode and its temporary deposit: All is in a clear Record." [Yusuf Ali (11:6)]


    "How many are the creatures that carry not their own sustenance? It is Allah Almighty who feeds (both) them and you: for He hears and knows (all things)." [Yusuf Ali (29:60). Also see verses (6:152) and (17:31)]


    Allah, of course, does not personally feed anyone: And when they are told, "Spend ye of (the bounties) with which God has provided you," the Unbelievers say to those who believe: "Shall we then feed those whom, if God had so willed, He would have fed, (Himself)?- Ye are in nothing but manifest error." [Yusuf Ali (36:47)]


    Allah Almighty fulfills this promise by creating the resources for the nourishment and growth of all moving creatures. No one, therefore, has the right to own or control the Allah-given natural resources or to restrict their flow to humanity at large (107:7, 17:20). Otherwise, this is tantamount to belying the Deen of Allah Almighty (107:1-6). Any association or partnership with Allah Almighty in this respect is Shirk , an unforgivable sin in the sight of Allah. Allah Almighty says:


    "Join not anything as equal with Him; be good to your parents; Kill not your children on a plea of Want- We provide sustenance for you and for them ." [Yusuf Ali 6:151]


    Secondly, Allah Almighty is clearly the real owner of the resources He has created. The following verses in the Quran leave no doubt about this:


    The earth and all its resources belong to Allah. It is such an obvious fact that no one can deny it (6:12, 10:31, 29:61 &63, 31:25, 34:24, 39:10 &38, 43:9).


    · Allah Almighty is the inheritor of the earth (19:40). The earth has been created for the benefit of all (55:10).


    It has been created to provide nourishment for all (56:73).


    To Him belongs all that is in heavens and the earth, "La hu ma fissamawati fil ardh" (2:116, 2:255, 4:171, 5:40, 14:2, 16:52, 20:6, 22:64).


    "Lillahi ma fissamawati fil ardh" (2:284, 3:109, 3:129, 4:131,132, 5:40, 10:55, 10:67, 14:2, 16:52, 20:6, 21:19, 34:1, 42:4, 42:53, 53:21).


    "Lillahi miraathus samaawaatti wal ardh" (3:180).


    As Owner, then, Allah Almighty has given us these resources as a trust which we are required to disburse according to His Will (the system of Zakat ), which is, to make available to all living creatures according to their needs, without any hindrance or control, the sustenance and provisions of life.


    It was the Prophet's ( pbuh ) unshakable conviction, his utter commitment, and total obedience to this system of Zakat that led to the establishment of the basic infrastructure of a universal, welfare-based economic system in Medina, and which reached its pinnacle during Khalifa 'Umar's (R) time when, it is said, hardly anyone was in need of charity. The Prophet ( pbuh ) lived his life true to this principle: he was not an owner of anything, no land, no possessions; he was merely an enforcer of the Will of Allah Almighty - he established the system of Zakat .


    Shirk - Associating Other Owners Besides Allah Almighty to the Ownership of the Earth


    Since Allah Almighty owns the Earth and its resources, then no one else can be an owner. A simple example illustrates this well: I wish to buy a piece of land. The seller and I sign the papers, and legally, I become the new owner. But if we carry this process back far enough, a point will come where this mutual deal will come to an end. Someone must have acquired that land illegally at first without any mutual agreement. Now, in legal jargon, any illegally acquired property, no matter how many times it is bought and sold thereafter, remains illegal. So, how can I say that "I" am the "legal" owner of that land? In my own defense I may claim that I acquired the land "legally," or that it is not my responsibility to worry about someone else's very first illegal acquisition of that land, or that I bought it from halal earned income, so I "own" it. But it does not change the reality - I am involved in a deal which was Shirk to begin with. And, as long as I believe in "my ownership," I am involved in Shirk .


    Brothers and sisters! It is not difficult to understand this kind of Shirk if our hearts and minds are open and sincere. According to the Quran, Muslim believers are required to enter into a contract with Allah Almighty in which they must sell their life and wealth to Him in exchange for Jannah : "Allah Almighty hath purchased of the believers their persons and their goods; for theirs (in return) is the garden (of Paradise)" [Yusuf Ali 9:111]


    But, if we cling to the attitude that we own our life and wealth (in violation of the above ayah) then how can we practice and establish Zakat ? First, this Shirk (having two owners, Allah Almighty and us) has to be slowly and gradually eliminated before the tree of Zakat can take firm root in a land rooted in Tauheed (with Allah Almighty only being the owner of everything including our lives) and not in Shirk (in which others are also owners along with Allah). That is where Sadaqaa or charity comes in.


    What is Sadaqaa ?


    Our Islamic scholars interpret both Zakat and Sadaqaa as charity. And whatever instruction Allah Almighty has given in the Quran in the following verse for Sadaqaat they attribute it to Zakat .


    Alms [Sadaqaat] are for the poor and the needy, and those employed to administer the (funds); for those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to Truth); for those in bondage and in debt; in the cause of God; and for the wayfarer: (thus is it) ordained by God, and God is full of knowledge and wisdom. [Yusuf Ali (9:60)]


    But, first of all, why would Allah Almighty use two different terms if they mean exactly the same thing? It does not make sense. Secondly, the Arabic language also does not support it. While the root meaning of Zakat comes from Z-K-W , meaning growth and development, the root meaning of Sadaqaa comes from the root S-D-Q , meaning truth and power. Therefore, all the words that are derived from this root will have these two meanings (truth and power) embedded in them. Siddeeq is one who proves his trust and belief by his actions. As-Sadaqatu is anything that is given in the way of Allah Almighty voluntarily to prove one's promise and belief in Him as opposed to Zakat , which is compulsory [Tajul 'Uroos]. Therefore, Sadaqqa has a different purpose in Islam than Zakat and both cannot be equated with each other. How can income tax (a compulsory thing) be equated with charity (a voluntary thing)? .

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    Before beginning this final part of our discussion of Zakah, let us briefly summarize the first two parts to maintain focus and continuity. In the first part we showed how our present approach to Zakah has turned into a lifeless ritual leading to differences in Zakah items and Zakah rates among various Sunni sects; major differences between Sunni and Shi'ia sects in this matter; non- uniform policy for collecting Zakah by Muslim governments which can range anywhere from voluntary contribution to compulsory deduction from bank accounts. These certainly were not the ways our Prophet ( PBUH ) and the rightly guided Khalifas practiced Zakah.


    In the second part we emphasized that the real system of Zakah must lead to economic growth and development, and that, for this to occur, Zakah needs a strong foundation. Several verses from the Quran were presented which provide the basis of this foundation. Although Muslims continue to give the ritual Zakah, the economic problems continue to get worse. In fact, corruption in the system of Zakah collection and distribution is quite common in many Muslim countries and charitable organizations. We also pointed out that we really cannot talk about a system of Zakah as long as Allah-given resources are under the control of dictators/kings, capitalists, and/or priests whose primary objective is not to serve Allah Almighty or his servants, but to maintain their own power and control. Until Allah's resources are purified from their corruption (the root of Zakah also means purification), we cannot truly hope to implement Zakah. In this final part of the article, we venture to show how the Quranic concept of Zakah, if implemented in its pristine form, will, ultimately, lead to economic growth and development of not only Muslims but of the entire human race. This may sound strange or even impossible under the present system of Zakah being practiced by Muslims. But this situation has to do with Muslims and not Islam. We must differentiate between Muslims and Islam .


    No one can argue that we, Muslims, are no longer the Ummah referred to in the Quran. We are divided into sects. We make excuses to justify our sectarian divisions in spite of Allah's stern and clear warnings against it (6:159,30:31,32) . We play with the verses of Allah Almighty and compile books-such as the book of tricks mentioned in Part-I-to circumvent Allah's clear orders about "giving Zakah." According to the Quran, accumulating wealth and looking for ways to multiply it leads to hell (104:2-4).


    On the other hand, if we follow in the footsteps of the Prophet (PBUH) and his companions there will be no doubt or skepticism about the universal goal of Zakah. The skeptics (both Muslims and non-Muslims) have to go back to the period of the Prophet (PBUH) and the rightly guided Khalifas-and not to the Umayyad and Abbasi periods-to find a proof of the positive impact that the economics of Zakah created on the society. That society was established and ruled solely on the basis of the universal permanent values of the Quran.



    Quranic Zakah: Requires Own Independent State


    Because the Quran is a Constitution, it requires its own independent and free state where its unique economic system of Zakah can and should be implemented. The positive output (growth and nourishment at all levels) of this economic system is termed by the Quran "Aata-wuz-Zakaat" or "to give Zakah." The Quran says:


    (They are) those who, if We establish them in the land, establish regular prayer and give Zakah " Aata-wuz-Zakaat ", enjoin the right and forbid wrong: with God rests the end (and decision) of (all) affairs. [Al-Hajj 22:41, Translation: Yusuf Ali]


    "Establish them in the land," means the establishment of an Islamic state by the momineen or the believers. The beneficial outcome of Zakah must manifest in this world through its own government established along the lines of the Prophet (PBUH) and the Sahaabaa (R) .Therefore, the establishment of this Islamic state is different from the ones established by the proponents of so-called Shariah, from the Ummayah and Abbasids down to the present. How can a so-called Islamic government under the control of kings/dictators, capitalists, and/or priests implement the Quranic economics of Zakah when, in fact, they are the ones who corrupt it? The Quran does not even recognize their existence, let alone allow them to rule in the name of God. In fact, the Quran condemns religious priests who unjustly devour people's hard earned wealth (9:34).



    Zakah: Lead to Growth and Development



    The term "giving Zakah" means a) making available to all human beings the provisions of growth and development by providing equal opportunity within its jurisdiction and b) purifying a corrupt economic system. This is in contrast to the present situation where the governments " take away (a ritual) Zakah" instead of "giving (the Quranic) Zakah" to the people as instructed by Allah.


    In the first place, the duty imposed by Allah Almighty for "giving Zakah," i.e. making available the provisions of growth and development, cannot be fulfilled unless the Quranic government has the capability to discharge this responsibility. The needs of the people determines how much Zakah is taken. Zakah is not a special religious tax or levy that is different from the government tax. In a Quranic state it is not possible for some people to hoard material possessions beyond their needs and indulge in excesses, while the rest are deprived of the basic means and provisions of life. The Quran explains the justification for this.


    i. The Earth is the source of all the provisions of life. Like water, air and light, the Earth has been created by Allah Almighty for the benefit of all . Therefore, no one has the right to own it except Allah. We, humans, are only the trustees and beneficiaries. We are not owners. As discussed in the second part of this article, the claim of ownership of any part of the Earth by human beings is shirk in the sight of Allah.


    ii. In this system, individuals cannot hold onto surplus wealth.


    "They ask thee how much they are to spend; Say: 'What is beyond your needs.'" (2:219).


    iii. Surplus wealth should go to the treasury ( Baitul Maal ) of the Islamic government, as was the case during the time of the rightly-guided Khalifas. Therefore, in this system, there is no question of individual, or group investment.


    iv. This system will provide all the basic needs of life like housing, hospitalization, and education. No one will need to borrow money with interest for the above; no one will have surplus money to invest with interest.


    v. The question of individual business for profit also does not arise in this system. Shops will be cooperative distribution centers, not sources of individual profit. Those who run the centers will receive compensation for their efforts.


    [Note: Some may claim that the above advocates Communism. Nothing can be farther from the truth. Contrary to Islam, Communism does not believe in any power higher than itself. While people in a Communist state work for the good of the state in this life, Muslims work for the benefit of all to develop the individual soul for the Afterlife.]



    Interest free Economics: According To Quran Laws


    The economic system of the Quran must be run on an interest-free basis. While this topic is hotly debated in Islamic circles, the proponents of interest-free Islamic economics mostly seek ways to adapt it to Western capitalism. But the economic system of Zakah, grounded in the Quran, is unique, relying on the desire of individuals to uplift themselves morally and spiritually, not materially. Brothers and sisters! Just as Islam is opposed to Communism for putting the State before God and the "Self"(Soul), it is also opposed to Capitalism for putting money before God and the "Self."


    The term Riba in the Quran encompasses more than "interest." Riba is the foundation of an economic system that is so directly opposed to the economic system of the Quran that Allah Almighty asks believers in the Quran to declare that this system is a war against "Allah Almighty and the Prophet (PBUH), " (2:279) and, therefore, to fight it. Ironically, today our Ulema occupy themselves with seeking solutions to the Riba -based economy of an un-Quranic system. Otherwise, what other explanation could there be for Imams (religious leaders) and Fuqahaa (religious jurists) who allow indirect silent partnership in business or land (read investment), a relatively mild form of exploitation compared to Riba ? [Detailed discussion of Riba requires a separate article.]


    To recollect, our discussion of Zakah thus far can be summarized as follows:


    1) Whatever is collected in the name of Zakah nowadays is really a charity. It has nothing to do with the Quranic Zakah.


    2) For Zakah, the existence of an Islamic government based solely on the Quran as its Constitution is essential (22:40). This must replace any man-made economic system (like Capitalism or Communism) or purify any system based on an amalgamation with the divine system like the one based on the so-called "Shariah" developed under the Abbasi rule.


    3) It is this government that can truly give (the Quranic) Zakah (" Aatawuz Zakah ") to its people by providing the means of growth and nourishment to everyone equally while demolishing such barriers as wealth, status, race, gender, ethnicity, language, etc.


    4) To discharge this responsibility, the entire revenue of this government can be called Zakah. There cannot be a permanent fixed-for-all-time Zakah rate or Zakah items. The government will determine these based on the needs of the time and place. Whatever the Prophet ( PBUH ) fixed was based upon the needs of his time and place and was not meant to be permanent for all times and all places.


    5) The charitable contributions to deal with emergency situations are called Sadaqaat (not Zakah) by the Quran.


    Incentive for Giving: As we have seen, according to the Quran, it is the responsibility of the Islamic state to provide equal opportunity to all as a basic human right for growth and development. For this purpose, every family returns its surplus wealth to the Islamic state (2:219). Moreover, it is the duty of Muslims to extend this system to include the entire humanity (1:2).


    What is the incentive that will drive people to give their surplus wealth to the Islamic system willingly? What benefit will the individual derive who gives his/her surplus wealth to this system?


    Without satisfactory answers to the above questions, people will not be motivated to part with their surplus wealth. No one wants to part with his/her hard earned money without receiving some benefits in return. The Quran says: He sends down water from the skies, and the channels flow, each according to its measure: But the torrent bears away the foam that mounts up to the surface. Even so, from that (ore) which they heat in the fire, to make ornaments or utensils therewith, there is a scum likewise. Thus doth God (by parables) show forth Truth and Vanity. For the scum disappears like froth cast out; while that which is for the good of mankind remains on the earth . Thus doth God set forth parables. [ar-Ra`d 13:17, Translation: Yusufali]


    The above verse reveals clearly and beautifully the answer to our questions: only that system will stay forever which is beneficial to all of humanity. This is the fundamental law that decides whether a system or an ideology is capable of being maintained or is transient and will disappear. According to this law, a system which is designed to benefit only a particular group or nation, will disappear sooner or later. The ruins of past empires (including Muslim ones) attest to the effectiveness of this law.


    Therefore, when we choose an ideology of life other than what the Quran prescribes, we have to face the consequence of that choice.


    Two Alternatives, Two Choices: Individuals tend to work for their own benefit. This is the driving force which motivates people to work. But according to the Quran:


    Ø That system in which everyone works for one's own individual benefit does not have the ability to stay-no matter how much tinkering or patch-up job is done to save it. On the contrary,


    Ø The system in which everyone works for the benefit of entire humankind will stay forever. It stays on the basis of its own intrinsic strength and power.


    In the second system, individual benefits are not ignored. They just do not occur immediately or directly. Rather, they occur indirectly - and in the long run, while, in the first system, everyone gets his/her individual benefit right away. The Quran calls this short-term gain or Mataa'uddunya , while the long-term gain that comes to a person who has shared and circulated his/her worldly benefits with humankind, is called the future benefit or Aakhira . This is also referred to as the life of the future or Ha-yaatul Aakhira which includes the life after death as well (87:16-17).


    Thus, according to the Quran, an ideology based on the welfare of the individual is short-sighted and doomed to perish, while the one based on the welfare of the entire humankind is just.



    Quran: Tell Us About Universal Welfare


    The Quran does not advocate this ideology on the basis of emotion or blind faith. Unlike other religions, the Quran provides objective proof for every claim it makes. So, why is an ideology based on the welfare of an individual or a family, or a race, or a nation wrong while the one based on universal welfare right? The Quran explains it through a practical example and provides an objective proof for this claim.


    If human beings lived only at the animal level, then it would have been acceptable to look for one's own self-interest. Eating, drinking, and the pursuit of happiness from material things in life would have been their goal (47:12). But life at the human level is different than at the animal level. Animals do not have a sense of tomorrow or future. This distinguishes human beings from everything else in the universe. The human body in this world, which is a vehicle for the "self," or "soul," is left behind while the soul journeys on to another dimension which the Quran calls Ha-yaatul Aakhira , just as the mother's womb is a vehicle for the fetus which eventually separates and journeys on independently.


    It is this sense of a larger future (or future life) that binds a human being with the rest of humanity just as individual members of a family work together for the future success of all the family members. Working for the benefit of humanity's future leads, in turn, to development and growth of the "self," an essential requirement for each individuals' future journey. The Quran says:


    Verily, (the ends) ye strive for are diverse. So he who gives and fears [Wattaqa], And (in all sincerity) testifies to the best,- We will indeed make smooth for him the path to Bliss . But he who is a greedy miser and thinks himself self-sufficient, And gives the lie to the best,- We will indeed make smooth for him the path to Misery; Nor will his wealth profit him when he falls headlong (into the Pit). Verily We take upon Ourselves to guide, And verily unto Us (belong) the End and the Beginning. Therefore do I warn you of a Fire blazing fiercely; None shall reach it but those most unfortunate ones Who give the lie to Truth and turn their backs. But those most devoted to God shall be removed far from it,- Those who spend their wealth for increase in self-purification, [Surah Al-Layl 92:4-18, Translation: Yusufali.]


    Human efforts are spent in different directions. But the one who "gives" (Muttaqi) saves himself/herself from dangers. (The root of Taqwa is: protection from dangers, therefore Muttaqi is one who is protected).


    The above verses also provide the motivation for why one should "give." "Giving" achieves two things. First, it provides a source of nourishment, growth and development at the physical level. This is so obvious that it does not require further elaboration. Second, what is not so obvious is how it affects the non-physical or "human" aspect of life. In the interest of simplicity and brevity it is said that "giving" leads to spiritual growth. But what is this spiritual growth and how does it occur?


    Human Activity Is Subject to Higher Law : The Quran explains in concrete terms that "spiritual growth" is not something imaginary or metaphysical. It says there is a higher law that operates on the "self" just as the physical law operates on the body. This higher law is that the "self" grows by giving whereas the body grows by "taking." Let us see a rational explanation for this law.


    When human beings employ intelligence as a tool, human emotion tries to fulfill its ambitions and desires to excel by competition. Since human intelligence knows no other world than its own, it guides human beings to compete for this world. This is the material concept of life in which people try to outwit each other in conflict situations using every means, primarily power, money, influence. This is amplified several folds (in terms of its influence and impact) at the national and international levels. The Quran says that this way of life is transient, leads to waste of human potential, and ultimately to human catastrophe.



    Human Desire: To Compete Cannot Be Crushed



    Thus, according to the above verse, the Quran recognizes the very real existence of the human emotion to compete. But it also warns that the end result of the competition for material things is short-lived. The race for material things weakens rather than strengthens the human "self" and character. Instead, the Quran tells us to compete in a different arena, one which will not only strengthen our character and "self", but the results of which will encompass both this world and the hereafter:


    Race one with another for forgiveness from your Lord [Rab or Nourisher] and a Garden whereof the breadth is as the breadth of the heavens and the earth, which is in store for those who believe in Allah Almighty and His messengers. Such is the bounty of Allah, which He bestoweth upon whom He will, and Allah Almighty is of Infinite Bounty. [Sura Al-Hadid 57:21, Translation: Pickthall]


    This competition leads to a system in which Allah's bounty flows like a continuous river - a river that covers the breadth of the heavens and the earth-satisfying everyone's needs in this life and extending to the other. No one, in this system, erects any barriers in this free flowing economic bounty (garden) of life. Rather, everyone seeks forgiveness from Allah Almighty from such acts so that this bounty remains freely available for nourishment and growth for all, as Allah Almighty has promised (1:2, 17:31).



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    You miss the plot! Question is simple is it right or wrong, are you with it or against it?

    Second question why didn't NS made the loan following Islamic system, that is inplace and all the banks have that option? Even the banks here in UK HAVE IT. Can you not ask your leader to change that? Yes or no answer please and please cut the crap.
    My answer yes or no is in it, But you didn't answer that Making endowment interest profit on Zakat money is Haram or Halal?? Betting is halal or not? speculation is haram or halal ?? using Zakat money for personal agenda is haram or halal !! If it is all haram then IK cause for PTI is haram and you are bragging about a haram cause !! answer me first and then we can move forward. Just read my previous postings what I said about interest ...ok and now answer my questions...em waiting ...


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    My answer yes or no is in it, But you didn't answer that Making endowment interest profit on Zakat money is Haram or Halal?? Betting is halal or not? speculation is haram or halal ?? using Zakat money for personal agenda is haram or halal !! If it is all haram then IK cause for PTI is haram and you are bragging about a haram cause !! answer me first and then we can move forward. Just read my previous postings what I said about interest ...ok and now answer my questions...em waiting ...


    The title is about interest on loan on noora loan scheme so this must be answered as a matter of relevance, yes or no answer a clear cut no hypocritical rubbish and we will move forward or you're talking rubbish a usual!!

    Two wrongs won't make it right!

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    [QUOTE=Farouk80;3962392]The title is about interest on loan on noora loan scheme so this must be answered as a matter of relevance, yes or no answer a clear cut no hypocritical rubbish and we will move forward or you're talking rubbish a usual!!

    Two wrongs won't make it right![/QUO

    Why should I comment on something which I didn't even see it yet, I did not see fine prints on Loan's terms and conditions. Based on propaganda and mislead info I can not make any comment. This is proven Liars convey message without authentication and proper proofs just like you do. Second I said Interest is haram, betting is haram and speculation and embezzlement of Zakat and charity fund is also haram. I said it repetitively, but you did not say even once that betting is haram, misusing zakat money is haram, you are showing hypocrisy here, just to cover Khan's butt, "kabay kis mun say jao gay sharam tum ku magar nahi ati !!"", IK did used public charity and Zakat money for making interest profit from endowment funds, he also made money from match fixing and betting, his own statements are there, he also admitted that he lost millions in OMAN's investment SKMH fund. So you should say that he did earned haram money and he used it for Haram cause?? clear yourself now or else write your name on the top of hypocrites List.!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farouk80 View Post
    The title is about interest on loan on noora loan scheme so this must be answered as a matter of relevance, yes or no answer a clear cut no hypocritical rubbish and we will move forward or you're talking rubbish a usual!!

    Two wrongs won't make it right![/QUO

    Why should I comment on something which I didn't even see it yet, I did not see fine prints on Loan's terms and conditions. Based on propaganda and mislead info I can not make any comment. This is proven Liars convey message without authentication and proper proofs just like you do. Second I said Interest is haram, betting is haram and speculation and embezzlement of Zakat and charity fund is also haram. I said it repetitively, but you did not say even once that betting is haram, misusing zakat money is haram, you are showing hypocrisy here, just to cover Khan's butt, "kabay kis mun say jao gay sharam tum ku magar nahi ati !!"", IK did used public charity and Zakat money for making interest profit from endowment funds, he also made money from match fixing and betting, his own statements are there, he also admitted that he lost millions in OMAN's investment SKMH fund. So you should say that he did earned haram money and he used it for Haram cause?? clear yourself now or else write your name on the top of hypocrites List.!!

    Again long boring as hell and gibberish answer!

    so you're saying you can't comment on something you haven't read but you're defending something you haven't read??? Isn't that a contradiction?

    if interest is haram then shouldn't you despise that loan scheme knowing that it's haram? Rather you're glorifying it? It's just like saying alcohol is haram but you should have jack Daniel it's nice??

    you are dumb as f*** you A convert to Islam, and former critic of Israel, has come to terms with her ancestry

    understand the difference between trade and interest so no point explaining anything to you, maaj agay been kon wajai?

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    Two seperate points! My question was are you against ribba or with ribba, you didn't answer that?second point is of personal nature, but I will answer, I use to have 13 credit cards but when I found out I gave up all of them, all my accounts are current accounts without interest, have saving account but I don't use it anymore and Allhamdullaih no loans and no mortgage, I hope this have clarified!
    I am a muslim and alhamdulilah i am against the RIBBA... well i appreciate that you gave up all credit cards and have only current account.I in my entire life never ever used any credit card or any bank facility except the current account only for the salary transfer purpose.

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    Again long boring as hell and gibberish answer!

    so you're saying you can't comment on something you haven't read but you're defending something you haven't read??? Isn't that a contradiction?

    if interest is haram then shouldn't you despise that loan scheme knowing that it's haram? Rather you're glorifying it? It's just like saying alcohol is haram but you should have jack Daniel it's nice??

    you are dumb as f*** you A convert to Islam, and former critic of Israel, has come to terms with her ancestry

    understand the difference between trade and interest so no point explaining anything to you, maaj agay been kon wajai?
    Again beaten around the bushes, going round and round !! Answer the questions khan kay londay !! coarse language again? its okay I wouldn't let you run now, you have to tell us and confess here, what do think about following, or else you 'll consider a Hypocrite for sure : Do you consider, interest earned on Zakat money from foreign bank as haram or halal ? do you think that zakat or charity money can be used for personal political agenda? do you consider betting in real life is haram or halal? what about match fixing and speculation ?? churn out your hypocrisy Khan kay londay !!


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    تم اپنا اسلام بتا دو جسے تم اسلام کہتے ہواور اس پر تمہارا عمل بھی ہے.ا ور ساتھ ہی نواز شریف کے تعام زمانوں میں اسس قسم کی سکیموں میں جو پیسا لگا ان میں سے کیا حکومت کو واپس ملا اس کا حساب بھی.

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    Hairat hai yahan ISLAM yaad agaiya ......... magar aaj tuk y yaad nahi aya kisi ko k sub Musalmaan hain ....

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    Again beaten around the bushes, going round and round !! Answer the questions khan kay londay !! coarse language again? its okay I wouldn't let you run now, you have to tell us and confess here, what do think about following, or else you 'll consider a Hypocrite for sure : Do you consider, interest earned on Zakat money from foreign bank as haram or halal ? do you think that zakat or charity money can be used for personal political agenda? do you consider betting in real life is haram or halal? what about match fixing and speculation ?? churn out your hypocrisy Khan kay londay !!

    chalo ulta chor kotwal ko dantey! Apnay sawalon ka tu jawab du! Are you getting cold feet?

    and the phrase is beating around the bushes not beaten! Wohi Daanish school!

    Aap mental ke ek bhi 4 saal ke bachay jitna hai! Typical noora crowd! Immature, emotional, brainless, soulless, laqeer ke faqeer, creativity tu naam ke bhe nahin hai!

    Same old trumpet, if you don't know the difference between trade and interest then what can I say? Aap se bahaas se acha hai insaan qand mein ja wajay

    hazrat Ali ne farmaya hai jahil se bahaas mat karo kyun ke jab us ke pas jawab na ho go tu woh tumhara dushman ban jaye ga, so I guess I will follow that!

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    I am a muslim and alhamdulilah i am against the RIBBA... well i appreciate that you gave up all credit cards and have only current account.I in my entire life never ever used any credit card or any bank facility except the current account only for the salary transfer purpose.

    There re you go that was my point! If it's wrong atleast admit it's wrong irrespective of who is doing it, will make us more credible, let's not forget imran, Nawaz or any human aren't god they make mistakes and we shouldn't defend it when they are wrong, we should be with haq!

    and I admire that and full respect for you not using ribba.

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    The way nooras are defending it, explains very much about their thought process. Nooras can go against crystal clear Quranic verses in order to defend their lords. Way too much of a nokar mentality!

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