Conceptual Review for Cash Waqf Using Mudharabah Approach for Developing Public Employment Opportunity

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This article reviews the viability of using cash waqf to develop public employment opportunity based on a mudarabah approach. This mini review used secondary data to retrieve relevant information from academic journals, books, websites, articles, and theses. The study found that the majority are aware of the meaning and usage of cash waqf, and majority support the incorporation of cash waqf into a mudarabah contract in order to provide employment opportunities for the needy. Furthermore, they support the use of cash waqf in the development of waqf land. 


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