August 10th, 2010
07:38 PM GMT
I’ve often wondered about this topic – and right now, at the start of Ramadan, it seems more pertinent than ever. How does faith inspire business? Is there a place for religion in the workplace? And how can one’s beliefs be translated into the world of finance – if at all?
As part of CNN’s “Muslim in 2010” coverage, we’re gathering voices and opinions from Muslims around the world on their faith and the status of Islam today.
So I’d like to hear your thoughts.
I’m interested in hearing from you what it’s like to be a Muslim working in business today.
What are your hopes for the Middle East’s economy and what opportunities do you see for Muslims’ wider role in the world of finance?
I’d also like to know what you think are the challenges, both for the Middle East and for Muslims worldwide.
How does your faith inspire you? How do you balance your faith with life in a global economy? And can religion offer solutions to the tumultuous world of business?
Please do share your thoughts and opinions – I’m interested to hear them.
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