Prophet Muhammad: The First Capitalist? Part 1 | Dr. Benedikt Koehler

The event will touch upon themes like; the traditional Islamic ethics of business, entrepreneurship and Islamic market reform. These focuses will be further illustrated with examples from the Prophet Muhammad (SAW); in particular the Prophet’s economic and market perspective. The event aimed to provide a holistic summary of the relationship between early Islam and capitalism and commerce

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