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THE TEXTUAL EVIDENCE RELATED TO SIGHAH (Taken from IRP 12)
MUTUAL CONSENT (TARADI) (Taken from IRP 12)
DETAILS ON THE EXPRESSION USED TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT (Taken from IRP 12)
THE ISSUE OF WRITING AGREEMENT (Taken from IRP 12)
THE ISSUE OF SALE AND PURCHASE VIA ACTION (CASH-AND-CARRY OR MUʿATAH) Taken from IRP 12)
THE SECOND PILLAR: TWO CONTRACTING PARTIES (AL-ʿAQIDAN) (Taken from IRP 12)
THE THIRD PILLAR: THE SUBJECT OF THE CONTRACT (MAHAL AL-ʿAQD) (Taken from IRP 12)
REVOCABILITY OF A CONTRACT BECAUSE OF GHABN (LOSS DUE TO DECEPTION OR IGNORANCE OF PRICE) (Taken from IRP 17)
SPECULATION IN THE COMMODITY FUTURES MARKET (Taken from IRP 63)
MAYSIR ELEMENTS IN THE FUTURES MARGIN SYSTEM AND OFFSETTING TRANSACTION (Taken from IRP 63)
THE FUTURES MARGIN SYSTEM AND OFFSETTING TRANSACTION (Taken from IRP 63)
DIVERGENCE ON THE EXISTENCE OF MAYSIR IN THE COMMODITY FUTURES CONTRACT (Taken from IRP 63)
GHARAR IN THE COMMODITY FUTURES CONTRACT (Taken from IRP 62)
RESOLUTIONS ON COMMODITY FUTURES CONTRACTS: IFA-MWL, IFA-OIC, THE SAC AND AAOIFI (Taken from IRP 62)
ISLAMIC SWAPS (Taken from IRP 14)
FX SWAP (Taken from IRP 14)
CROSS-CURRENCY SWAP (Taken from IRP 14)
INTEREST-RATE SWAP (Taken from IRP 14)
THE STRUCTURING OF A SHARIAH-COMPLIANT SWAP PRODUCT (Taken from IRP 14)
ISLAMIC FX SWAP (Taken from IRP 14)
ISLAMIC FX SWAP BASED ON THE WAʿD STRUCTURE (Taken from IRP 14)
ISLAMIC CROSS-CURRENCY SWAP (Taken from IRP 14)
PROFIT-RATE SWAP (Taken from IRP 14)
SHARIAH ISSUES IN SWAPS (Taken from IRP 14)
SWAP AS A HEDGING MECHANISM (Taken from IRP 14)
THE HISTORY OF SWAPS (Taken from IRP 14)
TECHNICAL DEFINITION OF SWAP PRODUCT (Taken from IRP 14)
MAIN OBJECTIVES OF SWAPS (Taken from IRP 14)
BONDS, SUKUK AND DERIVATIVES (Taken from IRP 7)
CONVENTIONAL DERIVATIVES AND ISLAMIC FINANCE (Taken from IRP 7)
SHARĪʿAH OBJECTIONS TO DERIVATIVES IN ISLAMIC FINANCE, WITH COUNTER- ARGUMENTS (Taken from IRP 7)
FUTURES SALES, BEING THE DEFERMENT OF BOTH COUNTER-VALUES, ARE SALES OF ONE DEBT FOR ANOTHER (BAYʿ AL-KĀLĪ BI AL-KĀLĪ), WHICH IS FORBIDDEN (Taken from IRP 7)
BOTH COUNTER-VALUES IN FUTURES AND OPTIONS SALES ARE NONEXISTENT OR DEFERRED AT THE TIME OF THE CONTRACT (Taken from IRP 7)
OPTIONS ARE A MERE RIGHT TO BUY OR SELL; CHARGING OF FEES FOR THIS IS NOT PERMISSIBLE (Taken from IRP 7)
FUTURES SALES FALL SHORT OF MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF TAKING POSSESSION OF THE ITEM PRIOR TO RESALE (Taken from IRP 7)
FUTURES AND OPTION TRADING INVOLVES SPECULATION AND VERGES ON GAMBLING AND GHARAR (Taken from IRP 7)
CONVENTIONAL DERIVATIVES IN ISLAMIC FINANCE (Taken from IRP 7)
ISLAMIC DERIVATIVES (Taken from IRP 7)
OPTION STRUCTURES IN ISLAMIC BANKING (Taken from IRP 46)
OPTION CONCEPTS IN FIQH (Taken from IRP 46)