News ID: 344638
Publish Date: 17 April 2012 - 05:47
Navideshahed: Criticizing materialistic schools of thought, Martyr Ayatollah Mohammad Baqer Sadr has compared the economic system of these schools and that of Islam.

Abdol Mohammad Kashian, PhD student at Imam Sadeq (AS) University in an interview with IQNA added that in Martyr Sadr’s view, Islamic economy can be understood in the light of verses of the Quran as well as the Hadiths of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and Imams (AS).

Highlighting Martyr Sadr’s innovations, he said Ayatollah Sadr presented a paradigm in Islamic economy that had not been there prior to that.

“We can actually regard Martyr Sadr as father of Islamic economy. Years may pass before his true status is known.”?

According to Kashian, Sadr in his book ‘Iqtisaduna’ (our economy), has fully reviewed socialist and capitalist systems and highlighted their distinctions with Islam’s economic system.

“Matyr Sadr believes the root of all problems in Western schools is that they see everything from a materialistic perspective. When everything is defined materialistically, man is also defined from a materialistic point of view and so are his objectives, desires and needs.”?

He said in Islamic view, however, as clarified by Martyr Sadr, man is considered the crown of creation (Ashraf Al-Makhluqat) and one whose needs are not limited to material aspects.

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Source: IQNA

Abdol Mohammad Kashian, PhD student at Imam Sadeq (AS) University in an interview with IQNA added that in Martyr Sadr’s view, Islamic economy can be understood in the light of verses of the Quran as well as the Hadiths of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and Imams (AS). Highlighting Martyr Sadr’s innovations, he said Ayatollah Sadr presented a paradigm in Islamic economy that had not been there prior to that. “We can actually regard Martyr Sadr as father of Islamic economy. Years may pass before his true status is known.”? According to Kashian, Sadr in his book ‘Iqtisaduna’ (our economy), has fully reviewed socialist and capitalist systems and highlighted their distinctions with Islam’s economic system. “Matyr Sadr believes the root of all problems in Western schools is that they see everything from a materialistic perspective. When everything is defined materialistically, man is also defined from a materialistic point of view and so are his objectives, desires and needs.”? He said in Islamic view, however, as clarified by Martyr Sadr, man is considered the crown of creation (Ashraf Al-Makhluqat) and one whose needs are not limited to material aspects. The End Source: IQNA
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