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Category — Islamic Finance
The Fatwa is the legal ruling under Islamic Sharia, with the aim of correcting people’s sayings and actions and all their conditions, the one who issues these Fatwas is called the Mufti.

Аn example of economic Fatwa:

Fatwa on buying shares in foreign companies that deal with interest (Riba):

The principle of participation in the shares of industrial, commercial, or agricultural companies is an acceptable principle in Sharia, because it is subject to profit and loss, and it is a form of speculation, provided that these companies are far from dealing with Riba. Hence, when contributing to companies that deal with Riba, then this contribution is forbidden “Haram”.
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