Islam's view towards economic and business activities is very positive. However, Muslim countries are the most economically backward. On addition, all large multinational corporations in the world are owned by non-Muslims. Why is this case?
The author tries to answer the question by examining the implications of the Islamic approach towards business. The importance of the 'Hereafter' in Islamic teachings and its consequences for Muslim businessmen's attitudes towards their business activities is also examined. The key issue stressed is the need for Muslims to re-examine the concept of 'success' in Islam. Finally, the author discusses the need to establish a 'genuinely' Islamic society.
|No of pages||69|
|Book Format||Medium PB|
|Publisher||University of Malaya Press|
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