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Islamic Bond Market Slows Because of Religious Doubts
| Feb. 07, 2008
| By Laura Cochrane
Posted on 02/06/2008 7:37:56 PM PST by jdm
First thing I think to myself when I wake up in the morning is, 'Man, I gotta pick me up some of them delicious Islamic Bonds."'
TOPICS: Business/Economy; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: islamicbonds; middleeast
posted on 02/06/2008 7:38:01 PM PST
Its hard enough trusting muslims in business, seems ridiculous to loan them money with an expectation that you’d get a fair rate of return for the risk.
posted on 02/06/2008 8:36:33 PM PST
(Someone important make......The Call!)
Is there a lower interest rate for infidel buyers than non-infidel buyers.
Not to worry, the collateral for the bond is a house in Palestine near Israel used by terrorists.
posted on 02/06/2008 8:42:39 PM PST
It’s really shocking that over 50% of the population of the middle east can’t read or write. These inbred savages can’t take a dump without approval from some equally inbred savage cleric explaining to them the islamic rules for taking a dump.
posted on 02/06/2008 9:19:05 PM PST
(We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good. - Hillary Clinton)
....Goat/Sheep/Camel futures are up!
posted on 02/06/2008 9:27:13 PM PST
(just b/c your paranoid, don't mean "they" aren't out to get you...OURs' hopes were dashed by CINOs :)
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