Resolutions of Iftaa' Board



Resolutions of Iftaa' Board

Date Added : 18-03-2021

Resolution No.(23): By The Board of Iftaa', Researches and Islamic Studies: "Being a Member of Jordan Radio and Television Association for Housing"

Date: 30/04/1413 AH, corresponding to 27/01/1997AD

What is the ruling on subscribing in the membership of Jordan Radio and Television Association for Housing whereas it deals with usurious transactions as stated in some of its internal system's articles? 

Answer: All perfect praise be to Allah, The Lord of The Worlds, and may His peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all of his family and companions.

After thorough study of the internal system of the aforementioned association, it turns out that some of its articles compel the subscriber to deal with usurious transactions with the association itself in some cases and to make life insurance in order to regain what been paid by the association on behalf of the subscriber. And Allah Knows Best.

 

Chairman of the Iftaa` Board, Chief Justice Dr.Nooh Al-Qodaat

Deputized Grand Mufti of Jordan, Sheikh Saeid Hijjawi

    Dr. Yaseen Daradkeh

            Dr. Abdassalam Al-Abbadi

                    Dr. Mohammad Naeim Yaseen

Dr. Ahmad Hilayel

         Dr. Ibrahim Khash-shan

   Dr. Rateb Ad-Daher

 

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