Afzal Parvez from UK argued that with the case of open markets comes five main areas to consider when judging the Islamic legality of open markets. These are: (a) the notion of profit and wealth creation, allowing for (b) free trade, which then brings about the implication of the (c) concept of welfare and (d) consumer protection, whilst regulating the (e) size and role of government in Islam. These five areas consecutively go hand in hand when a system of open markets dominates the way nations and people trade.

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