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Here I am at Global Islamic Finance Forum 2014 in Lahore, PakistanHere I am training in Sukuk in Karachi, PakistanCamille Paldi's Vision for Islamic Finance in AmericaCamille Paldi, CEO of FAAIF and UAE Country Manager for Al Huda Center for Islamic Banking and Economics, is putting forth a new vision and plan for Islamic finance in America. In our interview with Paldi, she expressed that through Al Huda and FAAIF, she seeks to bring Islamic finance to the United States in a form of Holy Book banking, which would benefit Christians, Jewish, Muslims, and people of any religion, color, or background. She told our reporters that "Islamic finance is a form of finance that encourages profit and loss sharing, sharing of risk, financial stability through asset-based and backed finance, the avoidance of interest and excessive uncertainty, and the minimization of debt." Not only does it provide encouragement for the small to medium businessman, however, Paldi says that "this form of finance promotes community, family, and individual welfare." Paldi told us that this form of financing can provide social uplift in economically depressed areas and help family businesses stay afloat in the midst of massive corporate expansion. In addition to promoting social uplift, Paldi seeks to enter the US market soon to start training banking and other professionals on Islamic banking and finance to help the United States to remain competitive in the international financial markets. Her vision for Islamic finance includes a firm regulatory and dispute resolution framework as well as worldwide acceptance and participation. Paldi is confident that Islamic finance can be introduced in the United States without violating the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. She hopes to promote Islamic finance through the vehicle of Holy Book Banking, including all of the people of the Book. Paldi closed the interview by stating that in addition to bringing Islamic banking and finance to the United States, she would also like to bring halal services to Black Muslims and the Muslim population residing in North America.Holy Book FinanceHoly Book Banking: http://ilovetheuae.com/2013/05/01/welcome-holy-book-banking-Stories of the Prophets: http://ilovetheuae.com/2012/04/27/stories-of-the-prophets-ebookIn 1776, John Adams published "Thoughts on Government," in which he praises the Islamic Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) as a "sober inquirer after truth" alongside Confucius, Zoroaster, Socrates, and other thinkers.The Niche for Lights by al-GhazzaliLights_e_Book_Al Mustasfa (Sources of Islamic Jurisprudence) by al-GhazzaliWhy We should Perform Good Deeds
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Introducing the Dubai World Islamic Finance Arbitration Center (DWIFAC) and Jurisprudence Office (DWIFACJO)
Is Islamic Banking Too Expensive?
The Rationale for Islamic Finance
Understanding Riba and Gharar in Islamic Finance
The Tense Dichotomy Between the Economic Goals of a Bank and Shari'ah Compliance
Shari'ah Ruling (Hukm) on Contemporary Banking with Interest
Historical Judgement on Riba by the Supreme Court of Pakistan