Consumption Theory

  • Seyed Kazem Sadr
Part of the Political Economy of Islam book series (PEoI)


This chapter gives a brief presentation of the reactions of Makkah’s inhabitants to the Messenger of Islam (SAAS) before and after his prophethood to show the degree of their opposition and resistance towards the invitation of the Holy Prophet (SAAS). Despite enormous difficulties, the Messenger presented his mission by introducing its dimensions and training a large number of Muslims accordingly. The doctrinal principles of the Islamic worldview and the ritual practices which were made obligatory or recommended prior to migration to Madinah will also be presented here.


Equilibrium Point Consumer Behavior Marginal Utility Consumption Behavior Indifference Curve 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Seyed Kazem Sadr
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  1. 1.INCEIF—The Global University of IslamiKuala LumpurMalaysia

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