Islamic Microfinance: The Textual and Contextual Study of Qardul Hasn in Afghanistan
Qardul Hasan is considering the most important tradition ofmicrofinance loan in Islamic Sharia. Allah and Prophet Mohammad insist upon giving the Qardul Hasan in several verses and Hadiths. In the past few years, numerous Muslims developing countries have practiced an interesting phenomenon to build the country’s economy through Islamic Microfinance for empowerment of small communities. . So, in such empowerment Qardul Hasan has a crucial role asthe body of Islamic microfinance. Qardul Hasan as traditional Islamic financing in fighting of poverty is very relevant and important. Therefore, it is supposed to be an important to investigate and provide much needed social service to the poor effectively. The Qardul Hasan eligible beneficiary will be considered and may categorized as the dhuafa’ and Weak group in the society.
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