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The Basic Principles of a Partnership

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Want to know Shariah laws before engaging into a partnership? Well then, you’ve landed on the right place! This course is especially designed for Mumineen who are willing to get into a partnership or are already in it.

Amirul Mumineen Maulana Ali b. Abi Talib AS states:

“[understand] the laws of shariat, then engage in commerce. A person who buys or sells without first asking about halal and haram, will, inevitably, become mired in interest and remain entrenched in it.”

Al Tijaarat al Raabehah with its endless efforts have designed this course “The Basic Principles of a Partnership” to educate mumineen about engaging into partnerships in accordance with Shariat Mohammediyah, by knowing the norms, values and ethics of buyu (business) which Awliyah Kiraam AS have ordained in kutub ul fiqh.

This course is divided into 11 sections following the outline and introduction in the beginning and the sections one after the other.

After completing this course, you will be able to know that:

  •         How our deen encompasses all the aspects of the modern economic world.
  •         And that, Shariat has only placed laws which are beneficial to mankind and have prohibited from those which are harmful.

Al Dai al-Ajal Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin RA States in one of his sermons:

“The Shariah has not been ordained but to eradicate inequities and its primary aims are betterment, achieving success and prosperity.”

So, let’s begin this educational journey with some great visual explanations and reading materials alongside.

Also, don’t forget to attempt the quiz and assess yourself after completing the course.

Happy learning!


The reading material is available at the end of this course.
Video duration is shown on the right side of every lesson.
You need to contact your Amil Saheb or Partnership Coordinator (TR member) in your mauze, and they will assist you further.
No, loss shall be divided according to the capital ratios of each partner.
No, fixed profit is haram in shariah, it is a type of interest (viyaaj).
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Enrolled: 1319 students
Lectures: 13
Video: 56 minutes of On-Demand Videos