Islamic economics USURY INTEREST Prohibition Baqrah 2:276 ZAKAT SADAQAH

USURY IS the lending of money with an interest 
(البقرة: [2:276]. 
يَمْحَقُ اللَّهُ الرِّبَا وَيُرْبِي الصَّدَقَاتِ وَاللَّهُ لاَ يُحِبُّ كُلَّ كَفَّارٍ أَثِيمٍ

Allah destroys riba and nourishes charities, and Allah does not like any sinful disbeliever.

Although our Eyes see opposite Eg If intrese is 5 % after one month it will become 100+5= 105.....But if you give Zkat it will become 100-2.5=97.5 Rs ... but Allh word is true.Allah increase Sdaqah and decrease Usuury
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It is so because the usury makes the wealth of the community collected into
the hands of a few individuals. The community, upon the whole, gets pauperized
and plundered; whereas the few individuals, in their individual capacity (even if
they have their groups, companies and corporates formed), become Qaruns. A
little bit of wealth owned by the capitalists and the rich by which they start their
usury business gets all the wealth of the entire community, city or the country
sucked to it just as the legendary (Arabian Nights) magnet mountain sucked the
bolts and buckles of the ships and boats getting within its magnetic field to it
leaving their planks and passengers to be drowned. They (the usurers) have
their (other people’s) means of livelihood, their time and energy captured and
controlled by them and keep generating money from money without any
exertion of labour and any justifiable exchange. And, thus, their money keeps
inflating lying stagnant at one place instead of remaining in circulation and
It is this very hell of a difference that is there between the Zakat and usury.
Under the usury and capitalist system a few individuals become owner of very
large amount of wealth and resources while the rest of individuals get deprived
of even means of subsistence. Yet, it does not bring to these few individuals real
happiness. No one person or a few individuals can, all alone, remain happy in a
collectivity. It is just like some one cannot live in a jungle or even a citizen cannot
live, all alone, in a city. The Zakat money makes the collectivity happy; and the
usury, having made the collectivity pauper and indigent, makes one or a few
individuals owner of very large amounts of wealth. Zakat is that very seed which
once laid in the soil, produces out of one seed hundreds of grains. Whereas the
usury, having reaped the harvests of others, makes them indigent and robbed of
even their last grain and gets the silo of one person overstuffed. This difference
between the usury and Zakat has been described, in its peculiar, miraculous and
eloquent style, in Qura’an:

يَمْحَقُ اللَّهُ الرِّبَا وَيُرْبِي الصَّدَقَاتِ وَاللَّهُ لاَ يُحِبُّ كُلَّ كَفَّارٍ أَثِيمٍ
(Allah obliterates usury, and augments charity. And Allah loves not any ingrate sinner).

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