Nurshuhadak Hehsan, Hussin Salamon


The concept of Bai 'Al-Inah is one kind of Islamic banking loan products adopted by several Islamic financial institutions in Malaysia. Bai 'Al-Inah terms and in the context of Islamic banking is selling to raise cash immediately (immediate cash-facility). However, it is a scheme application status is still disputed by the ulama’ salaf among modern Muslim world. Research should be viewed from the aspect of both the extent to which differences of view and to what extent the adoption and implementation of these concepts are implemented according to the principles of Muamalah Fiqh. In this study, the author is looking at the performance in terms of technical (software Bai 'Al-Inah) that have been adopted so far by Islamic financial institutions in Malaysia. Selection of the concept of Bai’ Al-Inah chosen for being the highest services offered by Islamic banking institutions and is the main service subscribed by the people of Malaysia. Although the Shariah Advisory Council of Central Bank of Malaysia (BNM) has been to try and make sure to constantly keep all that felt inappropriate to claim Muamalah Fiqh. However, this does not mean that Islamic financial institutions in Malaysia are now complete for the study authors on some of the existing terms and conditions in this service is still exist some practices that conflict with the claims Muamalah Fiqh. Finally, the paper work to see the constraints that exist and make recommendations and suggestions for improvement and the reference to be updated in the future for the development of Islamic banking in Malaysia in particular and the Muslim world in general.




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