Islam has introduced a particular worldview and a special value system that remain unaltered in different times and locations. We can show that this value system logically entails a set of objectives referred to in Islamic sources (the Koran and hadith). Hence, we have textual evidence to prove what Islamic objectives in an economic system are. There is hardly any Muslim thinker found who disputes this point. Therefore, we do not elaborate here. We would rather turn to the question whether Islam has also introduced a particular set of behavioral patterns pertinent to economics? Are these patterns universal and unalterable? Or should Islamic patterns be defined in every time and location on the basis of the requirements?
We shall show, in this paper, that there is a universal unalterable Islamic economy including universal and fixed behavioral patterns. We show this on three bases.