13 contes du Coran et de l'Islam by Malek Chebel

By Malek Chebel

De l. a. naissance du Prophète Mahomet à son ascension au ciel, treize récits pour découvrir l'islam. Les figures les plus célèbres, Abraham ou Abou Bakr, y côtoient des personnages de contes comme Sindbad le Marin et son géant farceur. Tous ces récits ont en commun leur message, un message de lumière...

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9 Despite the perceived progress, he argued that the income inequality in the United States is at historic levels not seen since before the Great Depression. Here, the community lacks the shared destinations, common opportunities, and fair distribution of wealth that clearly is the principle practiced by Islamic finance. It is interesting that his empirical evidence showed that before 2008, the top 1 percent seized more than 65 percent of the gain in total national income, but in 2012, as the nation struggled to emerge from a deep recession, the 1 percent gained 93 percent of the additional income created in the so-called recovery.

Siti Aishah Ibrahim, my executive assistant, who has spent many weekends with me typing out the first draft of the book’s first half. You have kept my life in order with very little support from me throughout all my work, travel and family commitments. Your tireless efforts, your attention to detail and your commitment to excellence in supporting my aspirations is astounding. You alone began and ended the journey with me in the successful completion of this book. Dr Saiful Azhar Rosly, who provided specific expertise and contributions on Shariah matters for Chapter 3.

It was obvious that based on his name, the Americans had clearly expected to meet someone who looked like what they thought a Muslim should be—someone of Middle Eastern or Asian descent. In May 2012, I was invited to speak at BaFin’s (German market regulator) second Islamic Finance Conference in Frankfurt. While in Germany, we also took the opportunity to launch three of the company’s Irish-based Islamic Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) Equity Funds (registered in Germany), having educated the media for half the day.

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