THE THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION AND BASIS OF ITS APPLICATION IN ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

Authors

  • Mostafa Kazemi Najaf Abadi
  • Ali Thajeel Uosif Altmeme

Abstract

The economic problem is expanding in many Islamic countries, and the poor distribution is one of the most important reasons for the expansion of this phenomenon, which reflects its effects on the standard of living and well-being of the Islamic society. Therefore, Islamic countries should deal with this dangerous phenomenon through their inference on the Islamic Sharia law, which represents the legitimate basis of the Islamic economy, which makes it capable of finding solutions to this problem and distributing resources equitably to ensure that all members of the Islamic community enjoy a happy and decent life by enjoying these bountiful benefits. This economic and doctrinal topic has been chosen for the theory of distribution, which they consider to be one of the important topics that have preoccupied the interest of many economists throughout history and history, and everyone who interprets this theory according to the philosophical, social and political system on which it is based. Through this research, we will arrive in some detail in preparation for finding legitimate solutions through the Qur'anic and prophetic texts, to leave the Islamic countries as a result of the application of Islamic Sharia in practice from this serious problem and the maintenance of their resources and options for their children to save them from submissive and some colonial countries. In the light of this, the question of poverty and deprivation for some people is linked to the conditions of the rich, because many of the rich have earned their money from the efforts of the poor, by using their financial influence to insult the poor and gain the wealth by doing so in exchange for a wage to pay them.

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Published

2022-04-06

How to Cite

Mostafa Kazemi Najaf Abadi, & Ali Thajeel Uosif Altmeme. (2022). THE THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION AND BASIS OF ITS APPLICATION IN ISLAMIC ECONOMICS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(1), 1445-1463. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10924