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Dr. Mohd Daud Bakar
Amanie Media Sdn Bhd
The Hard Truth of Islamic Finance
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What is the book all about? It seeks to strike a balance between objectives and expectations. While expectations are easy, meeting objectives is hard.
The book also aims at unlocking the real face of Islamic finance without any make-up or cosmetic touch-up. The moment it is linked to something external and artificial, it becomes cluttered.
For all intents and purposes, every discipline has its core torso and fabric. Islamic finance should have its own ‘DNA’ and identity. The book is simply about bringing Islamic finance back to its basics. You may add on additional verticals and layers but it cant be on the expense of its core foundation.
This book aims to cover the fundamental aspects of pharmaceutical manufacturing from the Islamic worldview to inspire students that whatever they do including very mundane routine work such as checking pH can be an ‘ibādah – if they work within the sphere of Islamic teachings and in shā’ Allah all the time and effort will be rewarded by Allah SWT. The first chapter describes the Islamic perspectives towards the safeguarding of life vis-à-vis the use of medicines or pharmaceuticals and can be considered as an overview for the Islamic manufacturing practices. Although this book is about the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, other industries may benefit from the discourse and examples given. As much as possible, processes and regulations are described in the book so that it covers the syllabus of industrial pharmacy for undergraduate use and still can be referred for postgraduate studies.
Written by one of the top young entrepreneurs in the North of England, Ilyas Salim is MD of Salim Enterprise, a global investment company.
From this book, you will learn how to:
- Create a business mentality
- Start a moral and ethical business
- Expand your business
- Work smarter, not harder
- Attract Barakah into your business
- Achieve not just a work/life balance, but a total life balance.
All this is within the framework of the Qur’an and Hadith and examples from the life of the Prophet Muhammad SAW.
Originally written in Arabic, the book is a reminder on the evils and the forms of Ribaa (Usury) and the threat of The Almighty concerning those who defy His warnings. The fact that those who give, consume, witness, writes and involved in Ribaa based transactions, their good deeds, supplications and charity will not be accepted by The Almighty and in turn will make their hearts hardened along with afflictions and tribulations that would affected them severely.
Islam Simplified introduces Islam simply and comprehensive by presenting the overall framework of Islam that highlights the goal-oriented view of Islam so that Muslims and non-Muslims will understand clearly the “Why” of Islam.
This edited book aims to raise issues pertaining to the topic of zakat and its primary goal of poverty alleviation. It portrays the dynamism of zakat by highlighting pertinent issues on the management of zakat institutions and innovative programmes that are designed as effective distribution mechanisms. Discussions include zakat payment motives, ways to measure the efficiency of zakat disbursement, economic development initiatives, housing programme, microfinancing, and actual impact on poverty alleviation. The discussions raised put emphasis on policy-orientation with dedicated sections on policy implications and recommendations. This approach is deemed necessary since it could guide the thought process of interested parties towards the creation of new ideas to actualize zakat as a very reliable tool in addressing the massive problem of poverty among Muslim communities. This special feature also significantly adds to the much-needed reference materials in courses on zakat at the intermediate level of undergraduate studies and introductory level of postgraduate programmes.
A set of 32 beautifully crafted flash cards to help children understand and memorize the true essence of Surah Al Fatihah.
- Vocabulary learning is made fun and exciting by picture-word association.
- Exercise cards to stimulate imagination and reinforce the concept behind each ayah for practical and linguistic understanding.
- Comes with instruction booklet – suggests various games to engage with children.
Suitable for 3+ years old.
This “A Mini Guide to Accounting for Islamic Financial Products” starts with the development of Islamic finance as well as accounting standards and development of AAOIFI which aims to develop standards on accounting, auditing, ethics and governance and disseminate them on the target market.
The guide also highlights selected accounting issues addressed by AAOIFI : substance over form, prudence, mudarabah investment accounts and asset valuation. This is followed by how information of financial statement of an Islamic bank helps its major users, like equity holders, holders of investment accounts, regulatory agencies and others.
The guide also points out the main differences in the presentation of financial statements of Islamic Financial Institutions. Among them are: how assets are defined and inclusion of equity of unrestricted investment account holders. The differences arise as a result of utilizing a Shari’ah compliant contract to bring into effect a particular product.
The last section discusses some of the more popular contracts such as murabahah, istisna’, ijarah, mudarabah and musharakah. A few case studies are also incorporated for different contracts to give more understanding on the topic to the readers.
This book highlights issues that are important and relevant to Muslims when they engage in tasks related to personal finances, business administration, investment, and work. Readers will find an overview of relevant excerpts from the Qur’an and the authentic Sunnah. Non-Muslims as well can gain valuable insights from this book that should prove useful in today’s multi-cultural business landscapes.
In this book, you will read about an enormous number of strong leadership situations, the work plans and the means to achieving the mastery of the machineries for influencing people, and of the ways of impacting changes. The book presents to you some illustrations from the inside of the human soul to get you acquainted with systems that can provide you with enormous strength and high aptitude toward effective leadership.
This book compares and contrasts Islamic world views and Western theoretical perspectives on international relations to suggest that a combination of the two could lead to a mutually beneficial redefinition of contemporary international relations utilizing Western theoretical tools and incorporating an Islamic perspective. Particular focus is given to the Islamic concept of istikhlaf as an ontological and normative foundation. The reasoning being that all man-made social arrangements on “earth”, as well as international society, should be considered a realm of istikhlaf. This allows for return to an eternal and critical first principle, linking all social roles to this principle, which is that man as designated by the Qur’an, is God’s khalifah or Vicegerent on earth. It’s a statement of great magnitude.