In legal terminology, Murabaha is when the seller tells the buyer that he has bought a commodity at a certain price, and stipulates a profit, e.g. the seller tells the buyer: I bought this commodity for ($100), and I am selling it to you for ($110). It is common for the profit to be known in the Murabahah contract in addition to the knowledge of the price of the first commodity. It should also be noted that every financial contract in Islamic jurisprudence has conditions and controls, as well as the Murabahah contract, which is an important investment tool; there is a large volume of contemporary financial transactions, especially in Islamic banks.

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