Tuesday, 17 September 2013

{Kantakji Group}. Add '12072' Western banks eye growth in Islamic trade finance


(Reuters) - Islamic trade finance, a tiny part of global banking business, is starting to attract interest among big Western banks because of rapid growth of trade involving wealthy Gulf economies, bankers said on Tuesday.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch hopes to begin offering Islamic trade financing in the future, Chris Jameson, the bank's regional head of sales for global transaction services, said without giving a time frame.
"Our focus will be on Middle Eastern clients who are expanding their footprint internationally," Jameson said on the sidelines of a banking conference in Dubai.
"You can see that local banks are setting up Islamic units to cater for the needs of their clients. This is driving more and more international institutions to focus on the Islamic sector."
Islamic trade finance, which uses instruments that obey sharia principles such as Islam's ban on interest, has remained a backwater even as other areas of Islamic business, such as sukuk issuance, have boomed in the last few years.
This is partly because Islamic banks are relatively small and lack the expertise and large international networks of mainstream Western banks.
Foreign trade conducted by the 57 member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation totalled $3.9 trillion in 2011. But only a tiny fraction was financed in a sharia-compliant way; theSaudi Arabia-based International Islamic Trade Finance Corp, which promotes Islamic trade, approved transactions worth just $3 billion in 2011.
There are signs that this is changing, however, as trade flows between the Gulf and Asia - including predominantly Muslim countries in southeast Asia - become large enough to support specialist trade financing operations.
Trade between the six Gulf Cooperation Council countries and emerging Asia economies is growing at 30 percent annually, according to Kuwait-based Asiya Investments, which launched an Islamic trade finance fund with $20 million in seed capital last December.
Some Islamic banks in the Gulf are trying to expand in sharia-compliant trade finance through tie-ups with Western institutions; this week Dubai Islamic Bank said it would use Deutsche Bank's expertise to facilitate its letters of credit in Europe.
Dubai's oldest and largest Islamic bank hopes to serve local companies which are increasingly looking abroad for business, chief executive Adnan Chilwan said in a statement.
"In this regard, trade flows have become a critical component of this growth as has the provision of trade finance activities for businesses," he said.
Bank of America could opt for a strategic partner as well, Jameson said.
"We would consider that - that's the model we have followed to date on cash management and trade. We can leverage the local expertise that they already have."
Haytham El Maayergi, head of transaction banking in the United Arab Emirates for Standard Chartered Bank, which provides Islamic services, said he was seeing demand for Islamic trade finance that was partly due to the convenience of its structures, not just just its religious permissibility.
Islamic finance deals are backed by income from real assets, providing a layer of security which is attractive for many exporters of goods.
"A lot of Islamic structures are more appealing to clients not only because these clients are sharia-compliant, but also these structures are suitable for their business models. Clients want the ownership structure, less risky transactions and the ethical proposition that Islamic trade financing provides."
Maayergi added, "We see an increase in appetite from many of our MENA-based multinational clients." (Writing by Bernardo Vizcaino; Editing by Andrew Torchia)

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{ISTABA} Three Hajj Workshops for Tampa Hajjeej at ICT and Abu Baker

Asalamu Aalikum,
 
We will have Three workshops for all the Hajjeej in the Tampa Bay Area:

The first one:           Tuesday September 17th at 8pm @ Masjid Abu Baker.     11130 N. 30th Street Tampa 813-443-5877 
The second one:  Saturday September 21st at 8pm @ ICT Community Hall.      5910 E. 130th Ave Tampa 813-985-9433
The third one:         Saturday September 28th at 8pm @ ICT Community Hall.     5910 E. 130th Ave Tampa 813-985-9433

Everyone is welcome.

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[PF:172577] What is "Da'eef" Hadith? And How it becomes "Hasan"?

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<font size="6"><span style="color:rgb(204,0,0)">What is "Da'eef"
Hadith?</span><br>
<span style="color:rgb(0,0,153)">And How it becomes
"Hasan"?</span></font></div>
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Da'eef (Weak) is a type of Hadith that has a narrator who either doesn't
have a strong memory or isn't virtuous. Weak (Daeef) Hadith is only
reliable in excellence, not in rulings (permissibility or prohibition
will not be proven for it. Yes, good deeds or the prominence of an
individual can be).<br>
<br>
The result of this is that a weak Hadith is not a lie, false or
fabricated (contrary to the propaganda of Ghair-Muqallids). The
Muhadditheen have kept its rank less than Sahih and Hasan merely for
caution.<br>
<br>
If a weak Hadith becomes a Hasan Hadith for some reason, it also becomes
completely credible, with both excellence and rulings able to be proven
from it.<br>
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A weak narration sometimes becomes Hasan in the following situations:<br>
<br>
1. If it is reported by two or more chains of narration, even if all are
weak. In other words, if a Hadith is reported through a few weak
narrations, it becomes Hasan.<span style="color:rgb(204,0,0)"> [Mirqaat,
Mauzuaat-e-Kabeer, Shaami, Introduction to Mishkaat by Shaikh Abdul-Haqq
Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho Risaala Usool-e-Hadith by Imam Jurjaani Radi
ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho]</span><br>
<br>
2. The practice of true Ulama also causes a weak Hadith to become Hasan.
Thus, if the Learned Ulama-e-Deen begin to bring practice on a weak
Hadith, it doesn't remain so, but becomes Hasan. It was for is reason
that Imam Tirmiidhi Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho once said, As this Hadith is
Ghareeb or weak (Daeef), but the learned practice It."<br>
<br>
<i style="color:rgb(0,0,153)">This saying of Imam Tirmidhi Radi ALLAHu
Ta'ala Anho doesn't mean that this Hadith is weak and unworthy of
practice and that the Ulama of Islam have practiced on it out of
stupidity or have become astray. No. It means that the Hadith is weak in
regards to its narrators, but through the practice of Ulama, it has been
strengthened.</i><br>
<br>
3. Through the experience of the Ulama and inspiration (Kashf) of the
Friends of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala (Auliya), a weak Hadith can become
strong. Shaikh Muhayuddin Ibn Arabi Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho knew of a
Hadith,<br>
<br>
'The person who recites the Kalima Tayyiba 70,000 times attains
forgiveness."<br>
<br>
Once, a young map said to him,<br>
<br>
"I see my deceased mother in Jahannam."<br>
<br>
At that point, Shaikh Ibn Arabi had already recited the Kaliina Tayyiba
70,000 times, so (in his heart) he passed on the recital of the Kalima
Sharif to that young man's mother. The man smiled and said,<br>
<br>
"I now see my mother in Jannat."<br>
<br>
Shaikh Ibn Arabi Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho later said,<br>
<br>
"I understood this Hadith's correctness (Sehat) through the inspiration
(Kashf) of this Wali." (Sahih-ul­Bihaari)<br>
<br>
4. Qaasim Nanautwi has recorded this incident regarding Hadrat Junaid
Baghdadi Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho in his book, Tahzeer-un-Naas.<br>
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5. The weakness of the chains of narration (Isnaad) doesn't necessitate
the text of the Hadith to also be weak. Thus, it is possible for a
single Hadith to be weak in one chain, Hasan in a second and Sahih in a
third. This is why Imam Tirmidhi Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho once said
regarding a single Hadith, "This Hadith is Hasan, Sahih and Ghareeb as
well"<br>
<br>
<i><span style="color:rgb(0,0,153)">This saying of the Imam can only
mean that this Hadith is reported through a few chains: Hasan in the
first, Sahih in the second and Ghareeb in the third.</span><br>
</i><br>
6. Also, the weakness doesn't negatively affect the Muhaddith or
Mujtahid of former times. Therefore, if Imam Bukhari Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala
Anho or Imam Tirmidhi Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho attained a Hadith as weak
(Daeef) due to a weak narrator being included in it, it is possible for
Imam Abu Hanifa Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho to have attained that same
Hadith while it had a Sahih chain of narrators (i.e. in his time, that
weak narrator was not a part of the chain of Hadith). Thus, it wouldn't
be easy for a Wahabi to prove that a Hadith was attained by Imam Abu
Hanifa Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho as weak.<br>
<br>
<i><span style="color:rgb(0,0,153)">As a result, our Sunni Ulama should
bear this in mind. When any Wahabi calls a Hadith "weak", stop him,
request its reason of weakness and then clarify whether this was before
or after Imam Abu Hanifa's Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho time. In sha Allah,
this will silence them. Imam Abu Hanifa's Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho time
is extremely close to the Holy Prophet Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam's. At
that time, very few Ahadith were weak. Imam Sahib was even a Taba'ee
(one who has met at least one Companion of Rasoolullah Sallallaho Alaihi
wa Sallam).</span><br>
</i><br>
7. Jarah-e-Mubham (ambiguous impugnment) is not worthy of acceptance. In
other words, the mere statement of one who contests a Hadith, especially
Ibn Jauzi, etc. (saying "This Hadith is weak" or "That narrator is
weak") is not credible unless they explain the reason of the Hadith's
weakness or narrator's defect, because Imams differ in the reasons of
weakness. Some deem something to be a defect while others do not.
Tadlees, lrsaal, immaturity, being busy in Fiqh, etc. have been accepted
as defects for a narrator. However, according to the Hanafi muzhab, none
of these reasons qualify. <span style="color:rgb(204,0,0)">[Noor al-Anwaar.
Discussion on Ta'an ala al-Hadith]</span><br>
<br>
8. When there is a clash between impingement (Jarh) and placing in order
(Tadeel), Tadeel will be accepted, not Jarh. Meaning, if a Muhaddith
(Commentator on Hadith) has called a certain narrator weak while another
has called him strong (in a case where his transgression is seen in some
events yet he is still labeled by some as pious and virtuous), he will
be accepted as pious and his narration will not be considered weak,
because piety is the original state ofa Mu'min.<br>
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9. It should be remembered that if a Hadith is not sound (Sahih), it
doesn't mean it's weak. Thus, if a Muhaddith says about a certain Hadith,
"It's not Sahih", it doesn't necessarily mean that the Hadith is
considered weak (there is a possibility of it being classified as Hasan).
There are several categories of Hadith between sound and weak (Sahih &amp;
Daeef).<br>
<br>
10. The basis of Sahih Ahadith is not Muslim, Bukhari or the rest of the
Sihah Sita (Six Famous Books of Hadith).<br>
<br>
<i style="color:rgb(0,0,153)"><u>The latter's namesake doesn't mean
that all the Ahadith in these books are Sahih whilst every narration in
other books aren't.</u></i><br>
<br>
Rather, it means that there are many Sahih Ahadith in them. Our Imaan is
on the Prophet, not on Bukhari, Muslim, etc. Wherever the Hadith of the
Holy Prophet Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam is found, it is a treasure for
us irrespective of whether it is in Bukhari Sharif or not.<br>
<br>
It's really surprising that Ghair-Muqallids label the Taqleed of Imam
Abu Hanifa Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho and other Imams as polytheism (shirk)
yet blindly bring Imaan on Bukhari and Muslim as if they were making
Taqleed of these books.<br>
<br>
11. The accepting of a Hadith without any query by a Faqih Aalim is
proof of it being strong. Thus, if any Mujtahid, Faqih Aalim accepts a
weak Hadith, it becomes strong. Imam Waliuddin Tabrezi Radi ALLAHu
Ta'ala Anho the compiler of Mishkaat, states, "When I ascribe the Hadith
to these Commentators of Hadith (Muhadditheen), it is as if I have
attributed it to the Holy Prophet Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam himself."
(Introduction to Mishkaat)<br>
<br>
From these principles, you have understood that none of the Ahadith
which Imam Abu Hanifa Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho has used as proof can be
weak because the Ummah acts upon them and the Ulama and Fuqahaa have
also accepted them. Every Hadith has been reported by several chains of
narration.<br>
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12. If a conflict between the Hadith and Quran is seen the Hadith should
be interpreted and given a meaning that causes conformity between the
two and the clash to be lifted. Similarly, if the Ahadith are seemingly
conflicting, it is necessary to give a meaning to them so that the
conflict is erased and practice can be made on all. Examples of this
follow,<br>
<br>
AllahSubHanuhu wa Ta'ala states, "Read the amount of the Quran which is
easy in namaaz," However, a Hadith states, "The Salaah of he who doesn't
read Surah Fatiha in it is not done."<br>
<br>
Visibly, the Hadith contradicts the ayat. For this reason, the Hadith's
meaning is taken that without reciting Surah Fatiha, Salaah is not
perfected. Qirat (recitation) is absolutely Fardh in namaaz and reciting
Surah Fatiha is Waajib. The conflict is lifted and both the Quran and
Hadith have now been acted upon.<br>
<br>
The above Hadith also seems to go against the following ayat, "When the
Quran is recited, listen to it attentively and remain silent."
<span style="color:rgb(204,0,0)">[Surah Aaraal, Verse 204]</span><br>
<br>
Here, the Quran orders complete silence, while the muqtadi (person
following the Imam in namaaz) is told to recite Surah Fatiha. Thus, we
shall have to conclude that the Quran's command is absolute while the
order of the Hadith concerns someone reading namaaz alone or is
addressing the Imam who is leading the Salaah. The recitation of the
Imam is sufficient for the muqtadi. This principle is very important.<br>
<br>
Also, if any Hadith clashes with a Quranic verse or a stronger Hadith
than itself and there is no way of conformity occurring, the Quranic
ayat or superior Hadith will be given preference and the Hadith will be
regarded as unacceptable for practice (being termed as either
inapplicable (mansookh) or only for the uniqueness of the Holy Prophet
Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam). There are examples of this.<br>
<br>
13. A Hadith being proven to have weak narration is Qiyaamat for Ghair
Muqallids because the basis of their muzhab is these narrations alone.
If a narration becomes weak, their ruling is revoked. However, this does
not affect Hanafis, etc. because our proofs are not these narrations but
only the verdict of the Imam (the Hadith corroborates his verdict). Yes,
the proof of the Imam is Quran and Hadith, but when Imam Abu Hanifa Radi
ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho attained the Ahadith he issued verdicts from. They
were all sound (i.e. their chains of narration were not those which are
found in Bukhari and Muslim today).<br>
<br>
Likewise, if the police throw a criminal in jail, their proof is the
judgement of the judge, not the articles of the government's law. The
articles are the proof of the judge or ruler. This is important to
remember. Taqleed (i.e. following the Four Imams) is Allah's SubHanuhu
wa Ta'ala mercy and Ghair­Muqallids (i.e. those who reject it) are His
punishment.<br>
<br>
<i style="color:rgb(0,0,153)">Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala and
His Beloved Rasool Sallallaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam knows the
best!</i><br>
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<br>
<span style="color:rgb(0,0,153)">— — —</span><br>
<i>Extracted From</i><br>
<span style="color:rgb(204,0,0)">Ja Al-Haq (The <span>Obliteration</span> of
Falsehood)</span><br>
<span style="color:rgb(0,102,0)">by Hakim al-Ummah Mufti Ahmad Yaar
Khan Na'eemi</span></font></div></div></div></div>

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Fwd: Daily Quran and Hadith ,Zil Qadah 11, 1434 September 17, 2013

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{Kantakji Group}. Add '12071' Fwd: PR Arabic & English: "جويك" تنظم ورشة عمل مجانية حول البوابة التفاعلية المطوّرة

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Date: 2013/9/17
Subject: PR Arabic & English: "جويك" تنظم ورشة عمل مجانية حول البوابة التفاعلية المطوّرة
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PR Arabic & English

Kindly Find attached the English version

 

بيان صحافي للنشر الفوري

17 سبتمبر 2013

تسهل دراسات الجدوى والسوق وتتيح استقطاب عملاء جدد

"جويك" تنظم ورشة عمل مجانية حول البوابة التفاعلية المطوّرة

 

الزملاء الكرام،

تحية طيبة،

 

يسرني أن أرفق لكم خبراً صحافياً عن عقد "منظمة الخليج للاستشارات الصناعية" (جويك) ورشة عمل مجانية تعريفية حول "البوابة التفاعلية المطوّرة لمعلومات الأسواق الصناعية" (IMI Plus)، للمهتمين من أصحاب القرار والمستثمرين والصناعيين والمحللين الاقتصاديين والإعلاميين، وذلك يوم الخميس 3 أكتوبر 2013، في مقر المنظمة في الدوحة (دولة قطر).

 

تقدم الورشة التدريبية تعريفاً بالبوابة التفاعلية المطوّرة واستخداماتها، ولمحة من المعلومات التي تتضمنها عن قرابة 22 ألف مصنع في دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي واليمن، تبلغ استثماراتها الكلية أكثر من 326 مليار دولار، ويبلغ حجم العمالة فيها ما يزيد على مليون و300 ألف عامل. وتضم البوابة "ثروة" من البيانات الدقيقة والمحدثة، والإحصاءات والبيانات الحكومية المعتمدة في القطاعات الصناعية والاقتصادية والاجتماعية في المنطقة، التي تم تجميعها وتصنيفها وتحليلها من قبل خبراء "جويك" في إدارة المعلومات الصناعية، حيث تتيح لهم الوصول إلى واحدة من أكثر قواعد البيانات الشاملة والموثوقة والوحيدة على مستوى منطقة الخليج.

 

يسلط خبراء "جويك" في إدارة المعلومات الصناعية الضوء خلال الورشة على قاعدة المعلومات التي تعدّ مصدراً قيّماً للبيانات والإحصاءات للمستثمرين والصناعيين والمحللين لإجراء البحوث القائمة على المعلومات، ولعمل دراسة سوق لأي منتج، واستهداف عملاء جدد، وإجراء دراسات الجدوى الاقتصادية، والوصول إلى القرارات التجارية السليمة، والبحث عن فرص جديدة للاستثمار الصناعي، حيث تقدم البوابة قرابة 350 فرصة استثمارية صناعية. ومن خلال البوابة المطوّرة يستطيع المشاركون الحصول على نماذج من البيانات التفصيلية عن الصناعة والتجارة الخارجية، وأكثر من 400 مؤشر اقتصادي وصناعي واجتماعي على شكل مصفوفة للدول السبع، ومعرفة حجم السوق لمنتج معين، ومعرفة معطيات التبادل التجاري بين دول مجلس التعاون وأية دولة في العالم أو حسب مجموعات الدول، إلى جانب معرفة اتجاهات الصادرات والواردات حسب السلعة، والتعرف على الميزان التجاري بين أية دولة من دول مجلس التعاون مع دول العالم. كما توفر لهم من خلال البوابة المطوّرة بيانات عن الواردات والصادرات وصافي الواردات، والطاقات التصميمية، وحجم السوق لأكثر من 4 آلاف سلعة على مستوى التصنيف العالمي.

 

كما تتيح الورشة للمشاركين التعرف من خلال البوابة التفاعلية المطوّرة على حالات عملية لآلية البحث عن أسماء المصانع وحجم استثماراتها وعدد العاملين فيها حسب النشاط الصناعي في كل دولة، وتوزيع المصانع داخل الدولة حسب المدن الصناعية، وحسب النشاط الصناعي، والطاقات التصميمة لكل منتج ولكل نشاط صناعي داخل الدولة، إضافة إلى معرفة تطور النشاط الصناعي وتحليل بيانات التجارة الخارجية، وغيرها من البيانات.

 

ومن المحاور التي تتضمنها الورشة التعريف بالتقارير التي تتيح البحث بشكل مرن من خلال عناصر البحث، وهي الدولة والمدينة والنشاط الصناعي والمنتجات والمواد الخام والفرص الاستثمارية.

 

وسيتعرف المشاركون في الورشة على "لوحة القيادة" التي تستعرض وتقارن كلاً من بيانات التجارة الخارجية والبيانات الاقتصادية والاجتماعية والبيانات حول قطاع البتروكيماويات، إذ إن هذه اللوحة تمكن من عرض ومقارنة المعلومات والتحكم بمخرجاتها، مما يسهل مهام متخذي القرار، إضافة إلى التعرف على "المستكشف" الذي يوفر خاصية بناء التقارير الصناعية والتجارية والاقتصادية من واقع قواعد البيانات الأساسية لتلبي متطلبات متخذي القرار.

 

 

يقدم الورشة التدريبية خبراء "جويك" في إدارة المعلومات الصناعية، ويمكن للمهتمين التسجيل فيها عبر زيارة الموقع الإلكتروني، www.imiplus.goic.org.qa، أو بالتسجيل من خلال البريد الإلكتروني:imi@goic.org.qa أو عن طريق التواصل عبر الأرقام التالية الهاتف: 44831252، فاكس:44858710.

 

 

مرفق:

- شعار "جويك"

 

نتمنى نشر الخبر في وسيلتكم الإعلامية

 

شكرا لتعاونكم وتفضلوا بقبول فائق الاحترام

تحياتي

 

عبير جابر

إختصاصية تطوير أعمال ومديرة تحرير مجلة التعاون الصناعي في الخليج العربي  

برنامج التدريب وتنمية القدرات

إدارة تطوير الأعمال والتسويق

منظمة الخليج للاستشارات الصناعية (جويك)

Main: +974 44858888

Direct: +9744 4858717

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Mobile: +97466702942

Email: aajaber@goic.org.qa

P.O. Box 5114, Doha, State of Qatar

www.goic.org.qa

 

 

Press Release

 

 

Dear Editor,

Please find attached a press release titled "GOIC organizes a free-of-charge workshop about the IMI Plus" for use in your esteemed publication.

 

Also attached is a related photos suitable for publishing  and a relevant logo.

 

Should you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Thank in advance for all your cooperation

Regards,

 

Abir Jaber

Business Development Specialist & Managing Editor of "Industrial Cooperation in the Arabian Gulf" magazine

Training and Capacity Development Program (TCD)

Business Development and marketing Department

Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC)

Main: +974 44858888

Direct: +9744 4858717

Fax: +974 4413 8327

Mobile: +97466702942

Email: aajaber@goic.org.qa

P.O. Box 5114, Doha, State of Qatar

www.goic.org.qa

 

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