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Q & A on the Real Deal

Fiqh of transaction is one of the topics in Islamic jurisprudence. Learning fiqh of transaction is exciting. It teaches us on how to make a ‘real deal’ with people in daily life activities such as buying, selling, leasing, sharing etc.

Umar Ibn al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him) said:
“No one should sell in our markets except one who has understanding in the religion.” [Al-Tirmidhi]

If you have any questions related to fiqh of transactions, please let me know by sending your private message or leaving your comment here.

Jazakumullahu khayra.

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Alhamdulillah, artikel Fiqah Muamalat dalam Majalah al-Ustaz no. 35 menjawab pertanyaan-pertanyaan di bawah:

Mangsa Banjir Yang Terdesak

  1. Seseorang terperangkap dalam banjir dan merasa terlalu lemah kerana telah beberapa hari menahan kelaparan. Lalu dia pun terpaksa memasuki mana-mana premis perniagaan yang ditinggal dan mengambil apa-apa yang boleh dimakan. Apakah hukumnya, ustaz?
  2. Pada waktu musibah seperti banjir besar, ramai orang tampil menghulurkan bantuan seperti bantuan berbentuk pakaian. Ada yang memberi pakaian baharu dan tidak kurang yang memberi pakaian terpakai yang tidak sesuai lagi untuk dipakai. Dalam situasi ini, apakah adab memberi bantuan yang sepatutnya?
  3. Jika ada sumbangan yang diberikan oleh orang bukan Islam, bolehkan kita menerimanya?
  4. Apa hukum perlakuan menyorok barang keperluan orang ramai supaya permintaan terhadapnya meningkat, lalu harganya naik dan kemudian dijual pada ketika itu?
  5. Bagaimana pula dengan sesetengah peniaga yang mengaut keuntungan berlipat ganda ketika orang lain dalam kesusahan?

Mudah-mudahan mendapat manfaat, ameen.

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[The original posting can be found at: http://alnaqiy.com/home/article/investment-shariah-compliant/]

Question:

I think it is unfair if the stock of a company is classified as non-Shari’ah compliant just because the company takes loan from conventional bank. For me, as long as the activities of the company is halal, it’s should be Shari’ah compliant too. And why the salary of people who works at bank are classified as halal while he works at bank? For me, both cases are same.

Answer:

Muslims are strongly encouraged to only invest in Shari’ah-compliant securities which adhere to the fundamentals of Islamic law. If money is invested and spent in the right way, it can bring benefits not only to individual but also to the society as a whole. [click to continue…]

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[The original posting can be found at http://alnaqiy.com/home/article/islam-allows-passive-savings/]

By nature, people work to earn money and accumulate wealth. Some people earn the money and invest it to generate more income; and some earn the money and keep it for the future. Allah has mentioned in the Qur’an that wealth is an embellishment of the worldly life. Allah says:

“Wealth and children are [but] adornment of the worldly life. But the enduring good deeds are better to your Lord for reward and better for [one’s] hope.” [Al-Kahf 18:46]

Nowadays, what is being practiced in Islamic banking is that depositors will put their money in banks either for safekeeping purpose or for investment. [click to continue…]

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“Trade what you see (chart), not what you hear (rumour) and not what you read (news).” – Nazarry Rosli

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This course is organized to equip participants with the simple yet powerful tools to read stock chart and pave the way for successful investment in stock markets, insha-Allah.

Technical Analysis for Professional Investors

Read more on Beberapa Bentuk Urusniaga Saham & Hukum Shariah at: http://zaharuddin.net/pelaburan-&-perniagaan/566-beberapa-bentuk-urusniaga-saham-a-hukum-shariah-updated.html.

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