If Shariah-Compliant financial products are a hedge against the financial crisis that has afflicted the world, then why have issues of Shariah-Compliant bonds–known as sukuks–fallen drastically over the course of the developing financial crisis?

How can promoters of Shariah-Compliant Finance claim that their products are a protection against the financial crisis on one hand and then blame the evaporating market for their bonds on the financial crisis on the other hand?



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