THE STATE'S ECONOMIC FUNCTION OF THE AFFECTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT IN THE ERA OF AMEER AL-MU'MINEEN 'ALI BIN ABITALIB (PBUH)

Authors

  • Nejah Samah Muhyi Al Musewi, Prof. Dr. Zaman Obaid Wannas

Abstract

After the State of the Ameer Al-Mu'mineen, peace be upon him, practiced its economic policies of distribution and control, and worked within the permissibility of Islamic economic thought, it gave members of society the freedom to dispose of their money and practice their economic activity, whether in agriculture, industry, or trade, with the aim of developing their money and increasing their profits, the goal of the state is to achieve social development for all members of the nation and society, and it has carried out its economic function.And in economic systems, the state must intervene in the economic activities of individuals in the Islamic community, by means that preserve the emergence of public benefits to society, that is, it pushes work in the market towards economic efficiency, and freedom of circulation for the activities regulated by the laws of the country enacted within the limits of Islamic Sharia, individuals can freely enter the market for profit, gain and grow their capital, thus achieving growth for the individual and society alike. 

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Published

2021-05-06

How to Cite

Nejah Samah Muhyi Al Musewi, Prof. Dr. Zaman Obaid Wannas. (2021). THE STATE’S ECONOMIC FUNCTION OF THE AFFECTION OF THE DEVELOPMENT IN THE ERA OF AMEER AL-MU’MINEEN ’ALI BIN ABITALIB (PBUH). PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(08), 179-195. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/8357