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Sistem Monetari Perlu Diubah Demi Kesejahteraan Rakyat Dalam Jangka Panjang

Kenyataan Akhbar dari Movement for Monetary Justice (MMJ)/ Gerakan Keadilan Monetari

Semalam Perdana Menteri telah membentangkan Bajet 2018. Movement for Monetary Justice (MMJ)/ Gerakan Keadilan Monetari mengambil perhatian bahawa dalam bajet tersebut defisit perbelanjaan ialah 2.8% berbanding GDP dengan jumlah RM39.8bil.

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Debt

We look at debt and no longer think it is a strange thing for us to take and for a country to incur. There is nothing wrong with debt if it is to be repaid without interest or any add on by whatever name. Such a debt is called a benevolent debt and can forever be repayable as long as it is owed, and we can even take collateral for it.

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Seminar – Memperjuangkan Sistem Monetari Yang Adil

Seminar – Memperjuangkan Sistem Monetari Yang Adil

Wang adalah satu alat yang sangat penting dalam kehidupan hari ini. Ia menjadi perantaraan pertukaraan barangan dan perkhidmatan dalam muamalat. Ia adalah satu kemudahan tetapi pada masa yang sama sekiranya tersilap sistem monetari yang di amalkan, ia boleh menjadi beban yang sangat berat kepada kehidupan setiap orang dan juga beban kepada negara dan agama

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Bangunlah Dari Buaian Mimpi

Apabila ekonomi negara dikemudi oleh ekuiti dan bukan hutang kegagalan suatu bisnes bermakna akhir sebuah kisah, dan sipelabur dan pengusaha boleh bangun semula untuk mula bisnes baru.

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Islamic Gold Dinar: The Historical Standard

Lately, there have been questions on what the standards for gold dinar and silver dirham are. Since the dinar and dirham indeed formed the Shari’ah monetary standards from the time of the Prophet pbuh, our work can, therefore, only involve in the rediscovery of that classical standard. Henceforth no parties or organizations can come up with their own standards. Since the Islamic gold dinar did not come into existence until after about 50 years of the Prophet’s pbuh demise, it is obvious from history that the solidus of the Eastern Roman Byzantine Empire was the monetary basis for the Shari’ah. Hence the best way to determine the standard is to look at the definition given by its issuer, the Byzantine Empire. Coins unearthed by archeologist cannot be relied upon for this purpose because such coins generally suffer from wear and possible tempering like clipping etc. It was found that the actual historical standard for the dinar to be 4.5gm of pure gold and the dirham to be 3.15gm of pure silver. However, since the role of dinar is simply as a measure of value that depends on the gold-content and if zakat is based upon 1-year’s provision of foodstuff, then the 4.25gm dinar of pure gold and 2.975gm dirham of pure silver, as those circulated during the Prophet’s pbuh era, is also a standard.

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Case for Gold Dinar Idea

I refer to the letter “Gold dinar impractical” (The Star, July 6) where Goh Hoe Hoe of Penang argued that the gold dinar initiative by the Kelantan government as impractical. From an economic reasoning this would be true so long the legal tender law stands. The paper notes would drive the gold and silver coins out of circulation, known as Gresham’s Law in economics. However given the current global monetary and economic crisis faced by the world, significantly due to the effects of the dollar and euro crises, it is worthwhile to give the gold dinar idea some consideration. The matter is not of the concept but rather how to implement it.

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Penghapusan Riba: Syarat Penting Ekonomi Berkeadilan

Kertas ini telah dibentangkan di Seminar Maqasid Syariah: `Menggagas Model Ekonomi Berkeadilan’ sempena Ijtima’ Harakiy Pertama anjuran ABIM, WADAH dan PKPIM.
Tarikh: 7 Ogos 2010 M
Bersamaan: 26 Sya’ban 1431 H
Hari: Sabtu
Masa: 8:00 pagi hingga 4:30 petang
Tempat: Dewan Gemilang Mercu Idaman, German-Malaysian Institute, Kajang, Selangor

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Our Objectives

Our Objectives To advocate an Islamic Monetary System. To educate society on the flaws of the current monetary and banking systems. To encourage society to lead a debt-free lifestyle. To establish alternative Islamic financial institutions To educate society on...

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