U.S. Banks Offer Islam-Friendly Financing Under Shariah, the laws of Islam, Muslims are forbidden to charge or pay interest. Now, some American banks are finding ways around the restrictions by offering Koran-compatible services. NPR's Mike Pesca reports.
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U.S. Banks Offer Islam-Friendly Financing

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U.S. Banks Offer Islam-Friendly Financing

U.S. Banks Offer Islam-Friendly Financing

U.S. Banks Offer Islam-Friendly Financing

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Under Shariah, the laws of Islam, Muslims are forbidden to charge or pay interest. Now, some American banks are finding ways around the restrictions by offering Koran-compatible services. NPR's Mike Pesca reports.