A Comparative Study of Conflicting Traditions regarding Borrowing

قرض لینے سے متعلق متعارض روایات کا تقابلی مطالعہ


  • Dr Hafiz Mohsin Zia Qazi
  • Aziz Haider


In human society, Allah Almighty has linked the needs of the people with each other. In this regard, debt is also one of the human needs. In Islam, After beliefs and worship, Matters are central. Debt is related to financial matters. Just as Islam has given all guidance to its believers in beliefs, worships, and ethics. Financial matters has been placed on rectifying the situation because it has a great deal to do with the Hereafter salvation. Be clear If a person's record of deeds contains the virtues of worship but also the evils of violating the rights of others, then it will be difficult to attain heaven and divine pleasure. Debit transactions have seemingly contradictory traditions. There are examples of borrowing and lending even in good times. The Holy Prophet (SAW) borrowed 40,000 from Hazrat Abdullah Bin Abi Rabia Makhzumi (RA). Hazrat Ibn Abi Hadrad (RA) borrowed from Hazrat Ka'b Bin Malik (RA). Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA) demanded a loan of four hundred dirhams from Hazrat Abdul Rahman Bin Awf (RA). On the other hand, The Hadiths of The Prophet (PBUH) have also been written in condemnation of borrowing is forbidden and condemned. What is their ruling? What are the conditions of borrowing and what is its scope? What does Islamic law guide us in this regard? This article has been written to find out the answers to these questions.




How to Cite

Qazi, D. H. M. Z., & Haider, A. (2022). A Comparative Study of Conflicting Traditions regarding Borrowing: قرض لینے سے متعلق متعارض روایات کا تقابلی مطالعہ. The Islamic Culture "As-Saqafat-Ul Islamia" الثقافة الإسلامية - Research Journal - Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Karachi, 47(1). Retrieved from https://theislamicculture.com/index.php/tis/article/view/842