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CURRENCY OF ISLAM

Gold and Silver is the second most suitable commodities to be used to back currency. Reuse Dinar and Dirham As Currency Islam course will impact the thinking and lifestyle of Muslims in these last days.

Dinar and Dirham feqah known as sharia currency or coins syarikah (see a) Muqadimah, Ibn Khaldun). Islamic coins the term is specific to the dinar & dirham only and should not be used for other coins. While other coins are all known as the coin is not syarii (Ibn Khaldun).

The term Alternative Currency or currency options the currency does not apply to the sharia or Islamic coins because the term 'Islamic coins' is specifically for the Dinar & Dirham only and is not an alternative to other currencies is not syarii. The two coins that stand alone with no alternative.

In the history of Islamic coins, never became the legal tender currency. In the practice of the early Muslim community, not only currency used sharia as an intermediary in exchange for payment. Barley, dates and salt are also used as a medium of exchange for payment. Therefore, there is no exclusive rights granted to Islamic coins.

During the reign of Saidina Ummar, the pattern of Islamic currency has been carved with the name of Allah, and some of the verses of the Qur'an. The weight of a dinar currency has been set to equal the current size of 4.25 grams.

Elimination of the currency system of Islam has been much damage to mankind, such as poverty, environmental degradation, production and distribution monopoly. The financial system is now bringing a lot of problems such as unemployment, crime, immoral & moral decline.

Now, the gold dinar was back, and many Muslims and non-Muslims from all over the world call for the gold dinar was restored.
Gold Dinar is a gold-based currency is intended to be used throughout the world particularly in Islamic countries. The term was chosen because it is based on Islamic currency used in the country Madinah al-Munawwarah at the time of the Prophet Muhammad, the dinar.
CURRENCY OF ISLAM
Posted on October 28, 2010 by admin

Gold and Silver is the second most suitable commodities to be used to back currency. Reuse Dinar and Dirham As Currency Islam course will impact the thinking and lifestyle of Muslims in these last days.

Dinar and Dirham feqah known as sharia currency or coins syarikah (see a) Muqadimah, Ibn Khaldun). Islamic coins the term is specific to the dinar & dirham only and should not be used for other coins. While other coins are all known as the coin is not syarii (Ibn Khaldun).

The term Alternative Currency or currency options the currency does not apply to the sharia or Islamic coins because the term 'Islamic coins' is specifically for the Dinar & Dirham only and is not an alternative to other currencies is not syarii. The two coins that stand alone with no alternative.

In the history of Islamic coins, never became the legal tender currency. In the practice of the early Muslim community, not only currency used sharia as an intermediary in exchange for payment. Barley, dates and salt are also used as a medium of exchange for payment. Therefore, there is no exclusive rights granted to Islamic coins.

During the reign of Saidina Ummar, the pattern of Islamic currency has been carved with the name of Allah, and some of the verses of the Qur'an. The weight of a dinar currency has been set to equal the current size of 4.25 grams.

Elimination of the currency system of Islam has been much damage to mankind, such as poverty, environmental degradation, production and distribution monopoly. The financial system is now bringing a lot of problems such as unemployment, crime, immoral & moral decline.

Now, the gold dinar was back, and many Muslims and non-Muslims from all over the world call for the gold dinar was restored.
Gold Dinar is a gold-based currency is intended to be used throughout the world particularly in Islamic countries. The term was chosen because it is based on Islamic currency used in the country Madinah al-Munawwarah at the time of the Prophet Muhammad, the dinar.

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