Definition Of

Islami Banks

Islami banks do business of banking as commercial banks but it is on the basis of Islamic Shariah or Islamic principles and guided by Islamic economics.

Two basic principles behind Islamic banking are

 - the sharing of profit and loss and,

 - significantly, the prohibition of the collection and payment of interest.



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