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Qowaidh Al-amr alaa saii’ nahii an diddhi dalam Bertransaksi dengan Bank Konvensional dan Efeknya terhadap Pertumbuhan Perbankan Syariah

Rachmad Risqy Kurniawan

No u9kh5, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science

Abstract: In this article, we will discuss the commands and prohibitions in transacting with conventional banks and their impact on the growth of Islamic banking. In the Qur'an, it has been explained that Muslims are prohibited from doing usury and it is God's rule to leave his servants in the transaction of usury and don't even approach him. Therefore, Islamic banks are banks that have securities that carry out business activities based on sharia principles, or Islamic legal principles regulated in the fatwa of the Indonesian ulema Council such as the principles of justice and balance, benefit, universalism, and do not contain gharar, maysir, usury, tyranny and unlawful object. While conventional banks are banks that carry out conventional business activities which in their activities provide services in payment traffic based on established procedures and provisions.

Date: 2021-12-07
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