” Interest ” and the Paradox of Contemporary Islamic Law and Finance

@inproceedings{Elgamal2003I,
  title={” Interest ” and the Paradox of Contemporary Islamic Law and Finance},
  author={M A El-gamal},
  year={2003}
}
In Sections 1 and 2, the article shall provide a brief introduction to various notions of Islamic law as they exist today, as well as the common-law nature of Islamic jurisprudence to establish the possibility of finding a compromise that renders minor modifications of the existing juristic positions coherent. In Sections 3 and 4, the article will provide translations of the entire Azhar Islamic Research Institute (IRI) fatwa, and large excerpts from the Council of the Islamic Jurisprudence… CONTINUE READING
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