The Middle East has been through a turbulent time in the past couple of years. While Syria is still experiencing conflict, areas such as Egypt and Libya have emerged from conflict with new leaders and the potential and desire for new systems of government.
This has opened the door to a potential rise in Islamic banking, something that a November 2011 report by Deutsche Bank described as "anathema" to the political establishments overthrown during the Arab spring last year.
The same report said re
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