The Global Finical Crisis from an Islamic Point Of View


  • Hewa Majeed Zangana Department of Computer Science / College of Computer Science and IT / Nawroz University / Kurdistan Region of Iraq



Financial, Economic, Crisis, Riba, Sukuk.


When the world economy suffered a new financial economic crisis, it uncovered to the world that there were major failures within the Industrial financial system and it was caused by a number of issues including the practice of interest and the terrible effect it has on the financial crisis events. Issues that will be discussed in this paper are Riba, Gambling, Uncertainty, Derivatives, Saucerization, Sell of debt, Creation of Money, and the Private “Personal” interests. However, the paper will focus on the Islamic financial system and the financial instruments which are based and designed in compliance with Shariah Rules and Regulations, whether if practicing Islamic banking would cause such a crisis to accrue.

The Sukuk, of the Islamic mortgage-Backed securities (MBS), and Islamic future contract will be discussed in order to prove why using the Islamic Financial system is better to assure that this kind of global crisis doesn’t come to pass again.


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How to Cite

Zangana, H. M. (2021). The Global Finical Crisis from an Islamic Point Of View. Qubahan Academic Journal, 1(2), 55–59.