Investigating the Barriers to Economical Justice from the Perspective of Holy Quran

Seyyed Ibrahim Mortazavi, Seyyed Razieh Pormohammadi, Mohammad Noruzi


One of the most pivotal principles in economical systems is economical justice, which is accounted for and interpreted on the basis of intellectual foundations in each system. Economics is among the basic existence principles of human community. If the economics of a particular society encounters insufficiency, other vital domains of the society will undergo undesirable changes. Despite the fact that the world has recently become a global village in which possessing perfect economic independence is really difficult, the Islamic community is able to fulfill its basic needs. Therefore, the holy Quran accords special priority to economic issues as an essential factor to create healthy and religious society and all its plans are based on economic justice.

  Current study was carried out in the dint of descriptive-analytic method and drew on verses and sayings along with analyses of economic specialists and great Quran scholars. The findings of current study are as follow:

1: Economic justice and removing the economic gaps in society are among the sublime goals as far as Islamic studies in economic system are concerned.

2: Economic barriers include interest, bribery, wastefulness, profusion, speculation, profligacy and so on.

3: Islamic government is responsible to prevent the growing gap in incomes and wealth in the light of executing Islamic command and direct the society toward justice and economic equilibrium.


Quran; Economy; Justice; Economical Justice

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