Tuesday, July 17, 2012

World Conference on Riba Without Dinar and Dirham

Followings are the Conference Resolution from 2nd World Conference on Riba:
  1. The struggle against Riba must continue in order to establish just, stable and sustainable economic systems that contributes towards peace and prosperity of the humankind.
  2. The Accounting Standards for Financial Institutions need to be relooked at in order to prevent the creation and perpetuation of Riba.
  3. The Legal Tender Law needs to be relooked at to reassess the concept and its relevance for current times.
  4. Innovative and effective ideas need to be instituted to mitigate or circumvent the effects of Riba.
  5. Establishment of an International Institute for Research and Education on Riba.      
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  7. HOW RIDICULOUS THIS .....may become....Riba experts without muamalat......still using and supporting fiat/paper money and banking.......??!
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  9. WHO BEHIND THIS........RIFCON is a unique think tank set up to address the issue of Riba that has engulfed and impoverished the world today. Riba is seen to be at the crux of all major human problems of current times, imprisoning and enslaving human beings through a crafty use of socio-politico-economic and financial system. RIFCON stands for Riba Free Economy.
    We call upon all responsible citizens of the world to embrace RIFCON. This call is upon all humanity.  The struggle against Riba is a continuous and gargantuan task but for us, we trust that “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”and that the partner for every good deed is God Himself.  RIFCON  began in November 2010 through the convening of the 1st World Conference on Riba. The conference unanimously agreed that the world needs to better understand Riba. This was further agreed upon by the participants of the 2nd World Conference on Riba held in July 2011 and the call to setup a think tank to research the subject of Riba grew louder. Hence, the birth of RIFCON.net.
    RIFCON seeks to foster progressive and constructive relationship with the world community. We aspire to generate awareness among the public on the ill-effects of Riba through continuous research and education whilst concurrently providing authorities, governments and policy makers with remedies and solutions that are just, practical and sustainable.

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