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Inflation Problem doesn't pertain to the banking system 

The jurisprudential views belonging to the proponents or opponents of the late payment penalty should be viewed. In 1982, the sources of emulation objected to the late payment penalty, and it was announced illicit and removed from the state laws; in the meantime, banks faced with an abundance of late payments, as they didn't received the penalty of late payment, and as a result, a consideration [fee] substituted the late payment penalty.

The Jurisprudential challenges of the non-usury banking in Iran

In 1983, Imam Khomeini, Ayatollah Golpaygani, Ayatollah Marashi Najafi were the sources of emulation; the legislation was given to them and verifying it, they said that the Act is according to the Islamic Jurisprudence, especially the Imamiah Jurisprudence (Shiite Jurisprudence), and six month later, it was given to the government and the central bank in order to prepare the regulations and instructions appertaining to this law, and it was implemented unanimously in 1984.

The Analysis of Ayatollah Sadr's Views on Islamic Banking and Bank Interest

Shahid (Martyr) Ayatollah Sadr provided a non-usury model of banking, the model requires the bank to draw up the deposit contracts based on a contract giving the bank the power to act as the attorney of the people instead of being based on borrowing/lending with interests; moreover the said contract regards the borrower who pays the interest as a depositor.

According to some people, the banking interest isn't usury and it is a misunderstood issue

Regarding the four principal concerns of the fictitious transactions, banking interest rate, late payment penalty and working for the banks, the he member of the Jurisprudential Council of the Central Bank said, “The interest rates in Iranian banks are generally the outcome of the state’s major economy, and the high interest rates impacts the inflation rate, and though it is a concern of the esteemed sources, the existing conditions should be considered; no bank is satisfied regards high rates of interest favorable.”

Children and adolescences don’t know how to manage the sexual desire

Ms. Naima Islmloo, a researcher in the field of modesty and Hijab, and the chairwoman of Khaybar nongovernmental Institute, through a talk on the issue of Hijab and its impairment in the country, said, “Our children have fallen victims to such improper planning. The children and adolescences who haven’t learn how to manage the sexual desire.”

Hijab is the symbol of Islam against the Western culture

A researcher in the field of modesty and Hijab, saying that Hijab is the symbol of the Islamic civilization in the face of the Western culture, maintained, “Much more significance is attached to the issue of Hijab by the enemy than us, and it has invested on this point.

An analysis of the media jurisprudence (Part 2)

If the jurisprudence of culture is generated hastily, many problems will raise, and the generated principles will bear some bitter consequences instead of effective results. The consequences and effects of the fatwa/s issued to the society can’t be neglected.

An analysis of the media jurisprudence (Part 1)

For the deep analysis of the social issues such as media, the first and foremost step is the verbal theorisation about the society (religious sociology); the second is the development of a jurisprudential theory within the society as the topic of the jurisprudential principle on the society; and the third step is self-attention (the jurisprudence of the society).

The Similarity of Genders/a highly false reasoning

The gender-related differences, like other differences of the creatures, are evidence of having different positions; God has created two creatures with two different attributes, and due to their competences, they have a separate share of the wisdoms.

Religious Media or Media Religion?

The axial question around the media and religion is that “Whether should the media be considered as a Heavenly and religious tool or is it secular and non-religious in essence?”

Catastrophe and Punishment

Catastrophes are what caused by the wrath of God, and they show that the promotion of the society has stopped. Accordingly, Sahifa Sajjadia seeks refuge in God against their infliction upon the society and individuals.