Second in the Series of Knowledge Sharing Courses by Movement for Monetary Justice: Principles of Islamic Economics and its Relevance Today


Date : Saturday 16th November 2019

Lecturer : Muhammad Zahid Abdul Aziz BA Econs (Exeter), MSc Islamic Banking & Finance (UIAM),

Deputy Chairman, Movement for Monetary Justice.

Location : 17-01, D’Bayu Complex, Jalan Serambi U8/21, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam, Selangor.

Time : 9am to 1pm

No Fee

Limited Participants (10 only)

First Come First Served. Please register at 0122125405 Whatsapp/Telegram

Prerequisites : A Knowledge in Islamic Jurisprudence / Usul Fiqh Muamalat

Another in the Series of Knowledge Sharing Courses by Movement for Monetary Justice      

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9am to 1pm


After 250 years of exposure to Western riba drenched Economics what is our version? What is the Islamic version of Economics if it were drawn from Quran and Sunnah and Islamic Jurisprudence’s Secondary Sources? What is the Economic system Muslim nations would be operating in, if we are guided by the Quran and Sunnah, and the Disciplines of Fiqh and Usul Fiqh?

As the victims of the European hijack of our civilization and destiny, we owe it to ourselves to know what it would have been, and more importantly what it now, must be.

Is our resources really scarce? Is man a business animal or khalifatul ardh? Is our ownership of wealth absolute, with no rightful claims on it by society? Is there life without interest? Is debt the only way? Why did Allah swt and His Rasul declared war on the practitioners of riba? Does not our costs and benefits analysis extends to the Hereafter? Are we just to all factors of production? Is capital a factor of production? Can we separate Economics from money? Is not the current money system the dust of riba?

Do we truly understand the extend of the fasad of our current economics and money system? Who speaks for the silent sufferers of the system? Who cries for the marhaen?

God is Owner ; Man is mere Trustee. Lets find AlFalah. Lets maximise Human Welfare. Is that not the duty of the Khalifatul Ardh?


Comments by some of the participants from Movement for Monetary Justice inaugural Knowledge Sharing Course on Islamic Jurisprudence and Usul Fiqh Muamalat:

“…Satu perkongsian yang amat bermanfaat dan ilmu yang perlu diberikan pendedahan kepada semua….”  (Ustaz)

“….The Course open our eyes to know more about things that we are yet to know ……” (Accountant)

“….A good introductory course on sources and background in Islamic Jurisprudence….” (Ex banker)

“…. I found the Course most useful ; a good grounding in Usul Fiqh and Maqasid Shariah…” (Consultant)

“…. Maklumat yang amat berharga untuk semua lapisan masyarakat. Elok kita atur ceramah bersiri pagi minggu (Kuliah Dhuha) dimasjid masjid…..”  (Ustaz)

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