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The world has known, in recent years, the escalation of what is known as Islamic banking financing through Islamic banks. Its presence has been put forward as an alternative to other banks if individuals do not want to deal with interest, taking, and giving. This study aims to show risks associated with the nature of Islamic banks' work and to shed light on how to avoid dealing with interest as much as possible. This study reached many results, the most important of which is that what is called tricks often is a legitimate way out if it does not clash with the purposes of Sharia. Therefore, Islamic banks should diversify their investment portfolio to the rest of the financing formulas so that their transactions are not equal to what conventional banks offer. Otherwise, it falls within the framework of tricks for nominations.


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Fetni , M. (2020). Usurious Tricks in Islamic Banks . Management & Economics Research Journal, 2(1), 135-148.
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