The role of Islamic banks in implementing the agricultural cluster system in Palestine, in terms of empowerment and development

Amjad Fadil Ziadt, Dr. Abdul Rahman Asaad Rayhan


This study came to raise a fundamental, basic and legal issue related to the central role of Islamic banks in implementing the agricultural cluster system in Palestine. In implementing this system, this study had to follow the method of analysis and survey with a careful and insightful review of government policies and the Palestinian decisions and legislation that reflects them related to the study community, and at the same time conducting a survey and a comprehensive review of the strategies and objectives of the Islamic banking sector to identify its role in implementation from the perspective of the budget that is available Or it must be available for implementation to develop and empower the beneficiary in the areas most important to the Palestinian government and the Palestinian cause, and accordingly the study reviewed the jurisprudential rooting of jurisprudential transactions in civil law (planting and cultivation) and the associated legal assumptions for the foundations of state intervention with lease contracts to implement the system of agricultural clusters through Islamic banks In harmony with the legal tools for mother contracts TIAZ Investment to start implementing development work with legal tools with comprehensiveness and clarity related to the roles of the Islamic economy in the development process and providing it with new tributaries that enter into the fabric of its study and understanding in preparation for the involvement of Islamic banks in the core stages of smart empowerment as a lever for the development process in our living reality. From this point of view, the study concluded To shed light on the role of Islamic banks in implementing this system, in our view, is the basis for achieving the Palestinian government’s vision to implement the agricultural cluster system, enabling through legal adaptation of the state’s intervention by granting investment concession contracts through the general rules of civil law that regulate the provisions of farming and farming, and development by providing a portfolio Financial stability characterized by sustainability and stability by transferring the idea to an effective professional body enjoying professional ethics and impartiality capable of providing the best services to the government and the Palestinian citizen alike.


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