I am a practising young Muslim man, al-Hamdu-Lillaah, and I want to marry a [particular] practising young woman. However, there is a problem in her home, and that is, her father works for one of the ribaa-based banks.
Is it permissible for whoever has a lump sum of money to put it in a bank with the intention for safe keeping, and whenever the zakaah is obligatory upon that sum of money he extracts the required amount and gives the zakaah? Please advise us, and may Allaah reward you with good.
What is the ruling regarding someone whose circumstances compel him to work in a bank or [any] local money exchanges in the Kingdom [of Saudi Arabia]…
So is there any sin upon us in leaving this money in the bank, knowing that we extract the zakaah which is due upon it?
Is the salary which the employees of banks in general receive, and Arab banks specifically, halaal or haraam, since I have heard that it is haraam because the banks deal with ribaa in some of their transactions?
I am an accountant in a trading company, and this company is forced to take out loans from a bank which deals in ribaa. Then a copy of the loan agreement comes to me to confirm the company’s debt and register it in the books.