The Prohibition of Ribah in the Quran and Sunnah

Being an explanation of the Islamic prohibition of riba (i.e borrowing and lending on interest, among other things), and an effort:

to remind Muslims of the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah as they pertain to the prohibition of riba and, in partibular, that a violation of this prohibition constitutes a great sin.

to expose the grand design of hostile forces who have already made considerable progress, through riba, in gaining control over mankind. Their aim is to gain total control and to use that power to destroy faith in Allah.

to assist Muslims to get out of direct involvement in riba, and thus to preserve their faith (iman), while recognising that is is today impossible to live a life which is completely free from riba.

to explain the economic sunnah, (i.e the Sunnah as it pertains to economic affairs) and in particular, the nature of the free and fair market and the different ways through which that market has today been totally corrupted.

to warn Muslims of the inevitable collapse of the present fraudulent system of non redeemable artificial money, i.e paper, plastic and electronic money; and to encourage them to return to the use of the real money created by Allah, i.e gold and silver coins and any other real money.

to contribute towards the restoration of the free and fair market (with a different business ethic to that of the riba-based capitalism) by encouraging ba’i (business) in the place of riba, and the raising of capital by way of mudarabah and musharaqa investments rather than bank loans on interest.

That time has now arrived.

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