Pearl of Wisdom

'Whoever forgets a chapter (Surah) from the Qur'an, it will exemplify to him as a form of a reward and a high station. When he sees it, he will ask, 'Who are you? How great you are! If only you were mine!' and it will say to him, 'Don't you know me? I am chapter so and so, and if you did not forget me I would have elevated you to this place.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Thawab al-A'mal, p. 283, no. 1

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Question : #371 Category: Business / Investment
Subject: matching value for money
Question: A Muslim took a loan from another Muslim. After a while the market value of that amount goes down. How much should he pay back to the creditor?
The amount that he got as loan or its equivalent in the market value at the time of payment?
Does the rule differ if the creditor is non-Muslim?
Answer: He has to pay the same amount that he got as loan; and there is no difference whether the creditor was Muslim or non-Muslim.

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