Do not “sanctity” to borrow from the International Monetary and Iraq is not an Islamic state
Religious Affairs: Do not “sanctity” to borrow from the International Monetary and Iraq is not an Islamic state
Wednesday 6 January 2016 | 19:21
BAGHDAD / .. The head of the Committee of Religious Endowments and Religious Affairs Abdel Azim parliamentary Ajman, Wednesday, borrowing from the International Monetary no “sanctity” the fact that Iraq is not an Islamic state and of government is not based on the “Caliphate”.
He said Ajman’s “Eye Iraq News” that “borrowing and usury is forbidden in Islamic law, but the situation in Iraq and the conditions experienced by the economic higher interest require the borrowing of some countries,” noting that “Iraq does not deal with an Islamic state, so there is a violation of the proceeded through borrowing Including”.
He said “there are international laws and the Iraq applied even if violated Islamic law, the fact that the supreme interest and the interests of the people requires that governance in Iraq is not an Islamic and succession approach,” stressing that “in the absence of borrowing and not to give the government the salaries of the staff may prompt some employees to different crimes for a living .. In borrowing pays the damage on the Iraqi people. ”
In what was considered a member of the Committee of Religious Endowments and Religious Affairs MP Salim Chockh Yi, a painful Wednesday, Iraq borrow from the International Monetary Fund “violation” of the provisions of Islamic Sharia law.
It announced the World Bank, in (December 18, 2015) agreed to give Iraq a loan of one billion and 200 million dollars to help Baghdad in controlling public finances and improve the efficiency of the energy sector and offset the decline in oil prices and the escalating costs of security conditions. Ended 9