Dr. Monzer Kahf, a prominent economist and counselor, stated: “It is not forbidden to work in conventional banks and other financial institutions as long as muslim workers do not write, draft, sign, sell, buy an interest contract or asset that is not permissible to buy. In other words, one may work in any such institution as long as they do not make a prohibited sale for a customer or a write a prohibited contract.”
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