Bargains

'..neither trade nor selling prevent them from worshipping Allah'


'Allah will remove from Riba all blessings!'


'And when the Jumua prayer is finished


'But when they see some bargain'


'Spend of your good earnings i.e. legally earned


Al-Hajjam i.e. one who practices cupping


Al-Limas or Mulamasa i.e. sale by only touching object and not looking at it


Al-Muzabana i.e. sale of dried dates for fresh ones


Allah's blessing in the Sa' and Mudd


An-Najsh i.e. offering a high price for something without the intention of buying it


Bai'AI-Mukhadara i.e. sale of grains or vegetables before the benefit is evident


Being easy and generous in bargaining


Both seller and buyer explaining good and bad points of a transaction


Both the buyer and the seller have option to confirm or cancel transaction


Buying and selling with enemies


Buying foodstuff on credit


Buying goods and leaving them with the seller; bought animal dies before being taken in possession


Buying something for somebody else


Charging commission on buying goods for others


Cheating in business


Credit purchase by the Prophet


Dealing with women in selling and buying


Earning money legally and illegally


Earnings and manual labor


Enlarging sustenance


Explanation of doubtful things


Fat of a dead animal


Fondling a pregnant slave girl


Giving oaths while selling disapproved of


Giving time to a rich person to pay


Going out for trading


Habal-al-Habala i.e. sale of what is in the womb


Hides of dead animals before tanning


If time of option is not fixed


Imposing conditions in selling which are against Islamic Jurisprudence


Is selling permissible if the seller has the option to confirm or cancel bargain?


Keeping animals unmilked for a long time so as to get a better price


Killing pigs


Legal and illegal things are clearly defined


Limits for meeting caravans


Losing blessings because of lies


Markets


Markets of the Pre-Islamic Period


Meeting the caravans on the way


Munabadha i.e. throwing garment to buyer, not allowing him to look at it


Not considering the dark suggestions by one's soul as doubtful things


Not selling foodstuff before bringing it into the house


Period for decision of confirmation or cancellation of transaction


Purchasing a slave from enemies


Purchasing animals


Purchasing camels suffering from disease


Raising voices in the market


Referring to traditions and conventions in matters of slaves


Ruler purchasing his necessities himself


Sale and eating of spadix


Sale of date-palms complete with roots


Sale of dead animals and idols


Sale of undivided common land


Sale of unharvested crops


Seller urging somebody to cancel bargain


Selling a free man


Selling a Mudabbar i.e. slave who was promised by his master to be manumitted after the latter's death


Selling a slave and an animal for an animal


Selling and storing of foodstuffs


Selling barley for barley


Selling by auction


Selling date-palms before their benefit is evident


Selling dates on trees for gold or silver


Selling Dinars for Dinars on credit


Selling dried grapes for dried grapes


Selling foodstuff before receiving it


Selling fruits before their benefit is evident


Selling gold for gold


Selling gold for silver from hand to hand


Selling mixed dates


Selling of an adulterer slave


Selling of dates for dates


Selling of joint property by one partner


Selling of pictures


Selling or renting pollinated palms or sown land


Selling silver for gold on delay payment


Selling silver for silver


Selling slaves


Selling somebody's goods without taking commission


Suffering loss of fruit sold before benefit is evident


The blacksmiths


The carpenter


The explanation of 'Araya


The goldsmith


The meat-seller and the butcher


The option of returning an animal


The owner has more right to suggest the price


The perfume-seller


The price of a dog


The sale of arms


The sale of undesirable cloth


The sin of receiving Riba


The sin of the Riba-payer


The tailor


The weaver


Trade of alcohol


Trading of cloth and other things


Urban person charging desert-dweller for selling his goods


Waiting for a poor person to pay his debt


Weighing and measuring


What doubtful things to avoid


What is preferable regarding measuring


When the bargain is final


Wishing to buy one kind of dates for a better kind


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