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    Very interesting article! I’d love to know more about how financial instruments can provide any kind of return on investment when there’s an apparent ‘prohibition on interest’.

    Where does this added value come from? Are the financial instruments controversial in the Muslim world? What’s the line between innovative instruments and blasphemous ones?

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      Hi Thibagaran, I’m glad you enjoyed the article. My understanding is that sukuks are created by a very complicated combination of several different contracts, which together add value without any individual breaching Shari’a. I’m not sure that answers your query, but I am looking into a more in-depth piece about the world of Islamic finance and London’s place in that so stay tuned!

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