Skip to comments.Islamic world warms to the coming cashless society
Posted on 04/26/2018 5:45:21 PM PDT by LeoHohmann
As long as the world's fastest-growing religious-political system -- now encompassing one-fifth of the world's population considers digital currency haram, or forbidden, it is unlikely that such a system would gain widespread global acceptance.
But what if cyrptocurrencies now considered haram by Muslim leaders could be made halal, or acceptable, under Sharia law?
And what if I told you efforts are underway to do exactly that?
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In before the humblegunner zot
It should be zotted.
A small compromise by Islam to the illuminati for making Europe Muslim.
Interesting considering that when Walid Shoebat looked at, in one of the old codexes, the characters often translated “666” he instead saw the Arabic words for “in the name of Allah” and crossed swords. He has since said that what John saw could have been Arabic script, a language he didn’t know, and what he wrote down wasn’t “666” in Greek but a picture of what he saw.
Which is entirely believable.
Now, if currency had to be Sharia compliant to make the bankers money, and we know that Muslims ramp up their demands whenever they get concessions rather than be satisfied, then what would be the ultimate sign that the cryptocurrency WAS Sharia compliant?
Well, how about making sure “in the name of Allah” was always on it no matter how it when it was represented?
“... how or when ...”
Theyve been cashless for 800 years.
Does Islam have any standards other than worldly domination?
Well, good for them. We won’t.
Jesus told Pilate that because His kingdom isn’t of this world His disciples weren’t out fighting.
When a Christian emulates Christ it is a very good thing.
Mohammad’s Allah’s kingdom is ONLY in this world and so of course their disciples are out fighting.
When a Muslim emulates Mohammad it is a very bad thing.
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