When Kufr Gives 0% percent interest based loans, by the Qasum of my ALLAH SWT it is not Qard ul Hasana! Let me explain what I mean yani....

Sahaba learned deen through companionship and Service (Suhabat o Khidmat) Temporary Migration and Travel for seeking Knowledge and struggling for deen. Jihad internally and externally for ones self and others for deen (Ilm and deen ke liye Safar o Hijrat. However, one should note the desire to be a martyer (Shaheed) and partake in Juhad fiddeen is of the highest caliber!

WW1 28 July 1914 – 11 November 1918 (4 years, 3 months and 2 weeks)
Why did World War II Start? Since 1933, Germany had been ruled by Adolf Hitler and his political party, the Nazis. They wanted to take revenge for Germany’s defeat in the Great War by expanding Germany’s empire. In 1938, the Nazis invaded Austria and on 15th March 1939 they invaded Czechoslovakia.
The 1920s was the first decade where markets went mainstream. Not even a decade went by and in 1929 markets crashed, causing the Great Depression. (Major world economic crisis from 1929 to 1939
The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that took place mostly during the 1930s, beginning in the United States. The timing of the Great Depression varied around the world; in most countries, it started in 1929 and lasted until the late 1930s. It was the longest, deepest, and most widespread depression of the 20th century.)

Through the lens of markets and financial journalism, we've been exploring the Roaring 20s for the past six months. There has been only one bubble comparable to 1929 in America's history, and that was in 2008.

Just 13 years ago, this country was facing a similar financial crisis. However, we got the Great Recession instead of a Great Depression.

The Federal Reserve lowered rates to zero on December 16, 2008, where they remain firmly anchored.

There was a common factor in both catastrophes: a frozen credit market. There were swift, violent, and sobering consequences. Low inflation ensued for one decade.

Never before have financial panics been documented like this. Not 1907. Not 1929. Following the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the rushed sale of Merrill Lynch, Princeton University junior James Tate began taking weekly notes of financial markets, daily news, classroom discussions, college life and much more. He even gained fifteen minutes of fame after being interviewed in the New York Times about the crisis. While some fringe groups predicted a potential recession by mid-2008, the mainstream media continued to trumpet the economic expansion of the mid-aughts. In the summer of 2008, the tiny market correction gave most investors little reason to worry. After all, any potential mortgage issue from Bear Stearns had been declared “contained” by the Bulge Bracket banks. In an instant, the world turned upside down. The most damaging recession since the Great Depression ensued. Venerable firms entered bankruptcy, unemployment surged, and trillions in wealth disappeared. What happened over the course of nine months felt like an eternity to market participants and the general public. Investment luminaries debated heavily at Princeton panels about the future of the economy and the financial system. Not every day was filled with doom and gloom, however. Some of the largest stock market rallies on record occurred in late 2008. The book begins in September 2008 and chronicles the crisis until May 2009, just as "green shoots" appear and the worst of the storm recedes. Experience the sentiment of the hour during this historic calamity as James walks readers through weekly commentary with personal anecdotes. Future generations will now be able to understand much better the psyche of the general public during these periods of enormous monetary stress. What were people saying? How did the government react? Did irrational panic selling occur? Why did the media get it so wrong? Get ready to be taken through an exhilarating experience from the market crash of late 2008 to early 2009!