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December, 2018

  • 9 December

    Video: Is Khums Obligated on Me?

    “Khums” literally means “one-fifth” (or 20%). In Islamic legal terminology, it means “one-fifth of certain items which a person acquires as wealth, which must be paid as an Islamic tax”. The Qur’an mentions this tax in Surah Anfal verse number 41: “Know that whatever thing you acquire as profit, a fifth of it ...

  • 8 December

    First Islamic bank to Open in Tajikistan

    The first Islamic bank in Tajikistan to be opened in April 2019, a source in the financial market of Tajikistan said...

November, 2018

  • 15 November

    25th World Islamic Banking Conference to Be Held in Bahrain

    The theme for the 25th WIBC – “Islamic Finance & Sustainable Economic Growth in the Age of Disruption” is in line with the conference’s steady vision to serve as a compass for the global Islamic finance and banking industry, with the...

September, 2018

August, 2018

  • 13 August

    6th International Conference on Islam and Liberty

    Islam & Liberty Network (ILN) announces 6th International Conference on Islam & Liberty – Building an Islamic Case for Open Markets on 14th-15th November 2018, being held at and supported by Iqbal International Institute of...

May, 2018

March, 2018

  • 14 March

    Handbook of Research on Islamic Business Ethics

    This Handbook explores the interweaving relationship between Islamic business ethics and the market, and examines the critical role that ethics can play in ensuring that business thrives...

February, 2018

  • 21 February

    Book: A Sharia-Based Economic and Financial Model

    The book “A Sharia-Based Economic and Financial Model: An Islamic Approach to Efficient Government, Macroeconomic Stability, and Full-Employment” scrutinizes the efficiency of the statist model of “Big Government”...

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