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  1. The main difference between Islamic and conventional financing is that Islamic financing operates without interest (riba) and adheres to Sharia (Islamic law). It’s based on asset-backed, risk-sharing, and ethical principles, whereas conventional financing involves interest-based loans and is not bound by religious guidelines or ethical restrictions.

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