Being Muslim implies concern with the ethics of social justice. This extends as fully to economic relations as to all other aspects of one's life. Ethical concern here springd from the very basic principles of Islam, such as the giving of alms (zakat) and the prohibition of usury (riba), as essentials of a just economic order...
Islamic economics , Economic life , Zakat , Waqf , Charitable trusts , Finance
Wilson, Rodney. (2010). Economy. In Amyn B. Sajoo (Ed.), A companion to Muslim ethics (pp. 131-150). London: I.B. Tauris.