• Ahmad Hidayat Buang University of Malaya, Malaysia


With the rapid and vigorous development of Islamic banking and finance
in Malaysia, more people including of those who are non-Muslims are
already familiar with the principles of Islamic mu 'amalat applicable in
banking, finance, investment and insurance. For this reason, very much
attention has been given to above subjects. Little has been written on
the subject of cooperative societies from the Islamic law point of view.
This is however not unusual, as the conventional aspect of this subject
was also less observed by other writers. Attention from Islamic point of
view on the subject of cooperative societies is opportunely needed since
many of its principles are said to be compatible with Islamic Shari 'ah.
This perception is therefore encouraging from the viewpoint of economics
activities of the Muslims. In the view of current aggressive development
in Islamic banking and finance, this article attempts to show the financial
activities of cooperative societies as practiced in Malaysia is another
viable alternatives to conventional banking, finance and investment.
Some recommendations to amend certain provisions of the laws are made
in order to ensure the system complies with the principles of the Syariah.


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How to Cite

Buang, A. H. (2019). KOPERASI SECARA ISLAM DALAM KERANGKA PERUNDANGAN MALAYSIA. Jurnal Syariah, 12(2), 1–24. Retrieved from https://ejournal.um.edu.my/index.php/JS/article/view/22852

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