Sunday, March 23, 2008

You took a bank loan? YOU ARE GUILTY

I dont know how people can justify it, and by people I mean people who are Muslim, say things like "boycott American/Danish products", and act all holy and righteous.

Those people would always patronize and take the high ground, yet, you find out they are taking usury loans from banks usury banks.

I don't know how they can justify Riba? Is it possible that they do not know how sinful this is? Or may be they do but they "really needed the money to buy a 2008 car".

Hypocrites!

يقول أكرم الخلق سيدنا محمد صلى الله عليه وسلم
لعن الله آكل الربا ومؤكله وشاهديه وكاتبه
رواه أحمد، وأبو داود، والترمذي وصححه، والنسائي، وابن ماجة

3 comments:

  1. Greetings!!!
    100% right!!!
    "أتؤمنون ببعض الكتاب و تكفرون ببعض"
    my warm salutations for bringing up this point!!!
    And also take into consideration what is so called (Islamic Banks)... those who take advantage of people's need to take Shree3a agrreable loans to afford the simplest things they will NEVER be able to save for like a house or the simplest 2000 car of 5000$!!!

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  2. Naryat, thanks for the comment, and I am very happy that you think like that.

    You make a great point.

    Though I think it is important for us to make the clear distinction between what is absolutely 7aram (Riba) and what is unethical and potentially 7aram (abusing people who need money, Im not a mufti).

    I heard about a man who goes to Fajr prayer on time in the masjid, and everyone knows he will lend you a 100JDs for 120JDs back or so.

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  3. And that hwo needs a car, not an 2008 car but reeally needs a car, what should they do if they don't have enough cash??

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