Islamic laws are Known to be connected and they complement each other. Also, they are comprehensive to all aspects of life, mainly, related on economy and finance which are the nerve of life, which should not be looked at from a financial point of view, but as a religious duty with its aims in the Islamic society. Economy, also, is seen through its relattion with other religious duty, such as Islamic Waqf which derived its legality from the main sources of Islam, namely The holy Quran which clarifies the communities, specially, their needy members. Waqf in Islam has its economic impact. For instances it limits the overspread of Private property. And directs the resources to charity. Also, the leadership and the contracts of waqf are like any professional enterprise and economic/financial institution. In addition, waqf creates various field s of investment, such as, property-renting. Waqf projects tackle public issues and equality and other social aspects of the Muslim World in general and the role of the waqf, particularly, in Palestine, as I mentioned in my research. Finally, I mentioned to the responsibility of the specially in the field of economy and Sharai to enhance and strengthen the agricultural, industrial, trade, medical, pharmaceutical and educational projects of the Islamic Waqf. Throughout, the Islamic history, Waqf includet ed all aspects needed for human happiness and progress all over the Muslim World.
"الوقف عبادة مالية ووظيفة اقتصادية واستثمار تنموي,"
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