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|Other titles||Fatwa, shariah supervision & governance in Islamic finance|
|Statement||by Ahcene Lahsasna|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 550 p. :|
|Number of Pages||550|
|LC Control Number||2010337457|
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In every aspect of finance - from personal loans to investment banking, and from market structure to corporate. Dr Lahsasna recently wrote a book titled "Introduction to Fatwa, Shariah Supervision & Governance in Islamic Finance. Prior to his engagement with INCEIF, Dr Lahsasna was attached with the industry and worked for several years at Manufacturer and Exporter group of companies in Malaysia as an International Marketing Manager.
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Thus Shariah supervision plays anFile Size: KB. The Place of Shari'ah in Islam. The word "shari'ah" literally means "a way."In Islamic terminology, it means the legal system of Islam. In this book, however, we will translate the word shari'ah as the laws of Islam or the Islamic laws. "Islam is a din -- a religion." What does a Muslim mean when he uses the word din or religion in this sentence?Does it mean just "believing" in the funda.
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Shariah Governance for Islamic Financial Institutions in Malaysia on the Independency of Shariah Committee and Efficiency of Its Shariah Decisions A.
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