God (Allah) has stated in The Holy Qur'an, "And to thee. We have sent The Book (The Holy Qur'an) in truth. This Qur'an confirming the scripture that came before it, and a witness over it" (Qur'an 5:48).
Islamic economics, unlike its Western counterpart, is a value driven discipline replete with moral values that limits individual's consumption, and imposes significant social and religious responsibilities on individuals as guardian of the natural environment for future generations.
Islamic economics is a value driven discipline. Individual moslem's choices are subordinate to the collective interests of a larger Islamic community. Accordingly, the collectivist social and religious norms of Islam guide the economic behavior of individual moslems.
Islamic economics begins with the abundance of resources and assumes the limited needs of individuals. Accordingly, the problem of scarcity in classical economics is due to unnatural assumption of unlimited needs created by artificial means such as advertising.
Islam imposes legal and moral restrictions on totality of human behavior, including individual's needs. Islam as a comprehensive way of life, embraces the totality of moslem's conducts, including their economic transactions. Individual moslem's freedom is always bounded by his/her social and religious responsibilities.
Moslems are free, but they a responsible to God (Allah) and other moslems for their actions. As a result, freedom and responsibility are the two sides of one coin in Islam. Social and religious responsibilities are the constraints imposed on moslems behavior, including their economic behavior.
Islamic norms of behavior such as justice (Qur'an 5:8), moderation (Qur'an 17:29), charity (Qur'an 57:7), and waste avoidance (Qur'an 7:31) are the restriction that are meant to change the innate selfish nature of man to altruistic and compassionate economic behavior.
Allah (God) said, "Hi men (human)! Serve your God (Allah), who created you and those before you, so that you may have the righteousness" (Qur'an, 2:21).
Allah has created the earth, as a resting place for human, and the sky as canopy. Allah also sends down rain from the cloud, then brings for with it subsistence for you of the fruits. Therefore do not set up rivals to Allah while you know. So for that, read The Holy Qur'an, or learn the Islamic values please.
If some peoples are in doubt to The Holy Qur'an, which Allah have revealed to Allah servant (The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him), then Allah challenge them to produce a chapter like it in similar quality, and then call on them witnesses. But, if they do it not, and never shall they do it, then be on them guard against the punishment by Allah.
Convey good news to the peoples who believe, and do good deeds as implementation of the Islamic values, that they shall have heaven. In heaven, whenever they shall be given a portion of them needs. They shall understand, "This is what was given to us before." They shall be given them needs by Allah.
Surely Allah is not ashamed to set forth any parable that of a gnat or anything above that. For the peoples who believe, they know that it is the truth from their God (Allah). They know that The Holy Qur'an is the truth from their God, and they also know that the Islamic values is the truth from their God.
For the peoples who disbelieve, they always say, "What is it that Allah means by this parable." Allah causes many to err by it, and many leads a right by it. But Allah does not cause to err by it, except the transgressors.
The transgressor is any peoples who break the covenant of Allah (the Islamic values), after its confirmation, and cut asunder what Allah has ordered to be joined, and make mischief in the land. This fact can be the evidence, that transgressors are the losers.
Many peoples life in fool, when they do deny Allah. They never understand, that they were dead, and Allah gave they life. Allah will cause they to die, and again bring they to life, then they shall be brought back to Allah, who created for you all that is in the earth. So that, implement the Islamic values please....