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Developing Islamic Economic Production

Subandi, Muhammad (2012): Developing Islamic Economic Production. Published in: Science, Technology, and Development. Council of Science and Technology of Pakistan , Vol. 31, No. 4 (November 2012): pp. 348-358.

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There are rules, manner, behaviours or arrangements in Islam in respects to production. Some muslims and Islamic economic agents have been practicing the rules and the regulations. Lack of primary needs production as food has threatened the stability of the life in this world, especially in the underdeveloped and the developing countries in which most muslims live. Shortages of foods may cause unstable life. Muslim and Islamic economist and leaders have to take economic (production) problems into serious consideration if they don’t want to be the victim of world non-muslim economic domination. Muslim must not be consumer or just be a sale agent of the products of others, but must select and develop appropriate technology suitable with their human and natural potentials. Agricultural Industry is suitable for Indonesia and for some other muslim contries.. Our Prophet encouraged us to generate the production by cultivating the idle land (ihya al-mawat) to yield crops for foods.

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