the individual's motives and enterprise. Hence, there is no conflict economically between private and society interests as it is viewed by Capitalism. For example, a bus company is providing social service, but it is private enterprise. Other public services, like education, railways, roads, etc., used
to be considered as private enterprises, which furnish social services.
Socialism denies individuals economic free- dom. The State or Government steps in, plan and administer the bulk of the country's economy with no regard to people's incentives.
Islam recognises people's freedom and right of possession, but defines its boundaries and limits.
The boundaries are located by the following items:
(a) Indirect influence of the Islamic education:
It should be taken for granted that one of the