Document Type : Research Paper
The Islamic financial policy is going according to the Koran and the Sunna, the Islamic financial system is one of the elements of the Islamic civilization and the appearance of its manifestations, the financial system was his institutions in the Islamic state, and that money house and government offices. These financial Islamic state institutions managed according to an arbitrator and orderly system. Fatimid government has worked to organize the house money management and made it a central administration worked to control the money house resources and checking the collected even available to have the money that guarantees the construction of their state and the extension of their power, and offer ways of life of luxury and wealth that struggled to compete with tile Abbasids in their respective fields. It was interesting Fatimids clear and great for all financial Moassadtha but most attention was focused on the educational process and to provide all the requirements for success and we will show this clearly through our research is marked.
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