Le programme présente des fatwâ avec une note de référence à l'organisme qui l'a donné (23 organismes légaux), selon le sujet de la fatwâ (500 sujets). Or, les thèmes économiques se répertorient dans une arborescence à plusieurs niveaux.
Affichage des fatwâ hiérarchisés alphabétiquement, selon l'ordre des questions posées ou selon le thème.
Provides Solutions to the Most Intricate Problems of Contemporary Economy
This program aims at providing solutions to the most intricate issues of contemporary economy, clarifying the Islamic judgments on these issues by authenticated legal bodies all over the Islamic world.
The prime importance of this product is that it represents Islamic dogma on both religious and worldly affairs. Islam is qualified to impact on practical life and provide proper solutions to its problems, just as it tackles spiritual and dogmatic affairs. Therefore, the program covers a vital area of a Muslim's life: economy. It helps the user organize his financial relations with others within the domain of Islamic principles and protects him against misleading current economic theories set by human beings without reference to the Qur'an or the Prophet's Traditions.
This program includes more than 1400 Fatwas issued by twenty-three Fatwa authorities including:
- Complex of Islamic Jurisprudence at Jeddah
- Complex of Islamic Jurisprudence at India
- Council of the Juristic Complex at the Muslim World League
- Zakah House of Kuwait
- Kuwait Finance House
- Fatwas Concluded by the First Zakah Conference, Kuwait
- Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt
- Islamic Bank of Qatar
- First Conference of the Islamic Bank
- Second Conference of the Islamic Bank
- Third Conference of the Islamic Bank
The user can view each Fatwa (legal opinion) either by referring to the legal institution that delivered it (23 institutions), or using the multilevel Subject Tree (500 subjects).
Fatwas can also be accessed in alphabetical order, in the order of the questions they answer, or according to their subject.
The program is legally approved by Al-Azhar