Category: kewangan Islam

Dec 19

Dialog Jawatankuasa Syariah di Bank Negara dan Collocuium on Islamic Finance Ibfim

2 hari saya bertapa menuntut ilmu di Prince & Resident Hotel dalam colloquium on Islamic finance. Alhamdulillah, melalui program tersebut pelbagai ilmu ditimba termasuk dapat mengenali beberapa scholar yang hebat sama ada di peringkat Malaysia mahu pun antarabangsa. Dan pada hari ini pemikiran saya cuba beralih arah tentang scholar yang ada di negara ini.

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Dec 12

Japan moves carefully toward Islamic finance

The Japanese government has taken a small but important step toward introducing Islamic finance here amid the global financial crisis triggered by unsustainable subprime loans in the United States.

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Nov 19

Dua lesen baru urus dana Islam

KUALA LUMPUR 18 Nov. _ Suruhanjaya Sekuriti (SC) telah meluluskan dua lagi lesen baru syarikat pengurusan dana Islam kepada Reliance Asset Management, pengurus dana terkemuka India dan Global Investment House yang berpusat di Kuwait.

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Nov 17

Penipuan Atas Nama “Mudharabah”

Artikel dari laman web Ustaz Nazri Chik (Bank Islam) Salam 1. Minggu ini saya mendapat email persoalan daripada seorang sahabat, Cikgu Azamain. Kandungannya seperti berikut:

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Oct 20

Boleh “Fix return”

Sudah beberapa hari saya tidak menulis dalam blog ini. Saya sebenarnya agak sibuk dan sering keletihan selepas waktu bekerja. Minggu lepas dan minggu ini adalah minggu yang mencabar bagi saya. Mana tidaknya, bos saya iaitu ustazah Najibah Mustaffa bercuti kahwin selama 3 minggu. maka semua tugas beliau terpaksa saya pikul buat sementara waktu ini. Ditambah …

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Oct 08

Ijarah wa iqtina – LEASING AND PROMISE TO GIFT

In Islamic Shariah, it is allowed that instead of sale, the lessor signs a separate promise to gift the leased asset to the lessee at the end of the lease period, subject to his payment of all amounts of rent. This arrangement is called ‘Ijarah wa iqtina. It has been allowed by a large number …

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Oct 08

al-Ijarah

Introduction “Ijarah” is a term of Islamic fiqh. Lexically, it means ‘to give something on rent’. In the Islamic jurisprudence, the term ‘Ijarah’ is used for two different situations. In the first place, it means ‘to employ the services of a person on wages given to him as a consideration for his hired services.” The …

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Sep 13

Mu’amalat Terminologies – Part 1

Sale and purchase (bay’) are the most frequent commercial transactions practiced by us. According to Islamic commercial laws (fiqh al-mu’amalat), there are several types of sale transactions, which are further explained below: BAI’ AL-URBUN – A sale agreement in which a security deposit is paid in advance as part payment towards the price of the …

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