Documenting the Islamic Economy Pattern with Quran Verses

Zohreh Kardan, Mohammad Saeed Kardan, Reza Saadatnia


Given that the issue of economics and its relatedness, in particular economic justice, and its impact on the fate of societies have a very high and important place in the Qur'an and the traditions and traditions of the infallible, there is little that can be said about social issues. There is no persistence in the Qur'an. The verses of the Qur'an benefit from the attainment of a decent and healthy life, and the enjoyment of divine knowledge, thinking, and reasoning in all aspects of life, so that the general lines and paths of guidance must be removed from the revelation and within them. And with the help of perceptual powers, it increased empirical reserves, thereby resolving the ambiguities and problems facing human life. The economic doctrines of the Qur'an, like other teachings of the Holy Quran, cover all aspects of human life and explain the basic lines of human relations and economic rights. This research seeks effective and sound economic models. It has been a matter of serious concern to the Holy Quran and the traditions of our innocent people. In this regard, the remarks and guidance of the founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini (R) and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (al-Awali), have been taken into consideration during the years of leadership, while extracting messages, precepts, guidelines and guidelines. Their Economic Quranic Basics These sayings are derived from the Holy Qur'an or extracted from other Qur'anic documents. The research method is descriptive-analytical. The results showed that the factors that can cause the decline and collapse of economic equilibrium include poverty and unemployment, discrimination and contradiction, decline in production, trafficking, hoarding, overpricing, underpricing, insecurity and theft and so on. Economic corruption and corruption are the product of a defective economic, cultural, social, political and legal structure and its gradual formation. It cannot be eliminated except by modifying these structures - and by taking long-term actions. Based on the principles and criteria of social justice and economic justice, including the equal enjoyment of public facilities and resources, advantages and disadvantages, the share of surplus-value-added production created by each factor of production, the need for optimal and efficient utilization. Indicators of all property, wealth, and income balance in society can be used to measure the extent to which the rules and criteria of justice are met in society.


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