The goal of this paper is to root the principle of justice and its impact upon financial transactions, such as compensations, donations, documentations, participation’s and launches. The paper also seeks to prove the correlation between financial behavior and ethics through constructing transactions rulings in Islamic jurisprudence upon moral values.
The aim of this research is to follow the transport and mental evidence that dictates the administration of justice in the crucible of financial contracts in particular.
Moreover, the paper aims to draw the scholars’ attention to build the rulings of financial transactions in Islamic jurisprudence in the basis of justice; though they may differ in how to project it, with representing these applications from juristic matters and newly emerging issues.
Al-Azzam, Hamad Fakhry and Al Kilani, Abdul Rahman
"The Origin of Justice and its Effect on Financial Transactions,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol15/iss4/15