Operating primarily on a currency arbitrage basis, the moneychangers
would buy incoming foreign moneys from the pilgrims and sell them to the bankers in Makkah, with the peak of money changing beginning six months before the onset of pilgrimage.
When this scribe contacted Sub-Inspector Imran Abbas, In charge of Tariqabad police post, he said there was contradiction in the statements of all three employees of the moneychanger
The existing moneychangers
are free to work parallel to exchange companies but they will have to convert their business into foreign exchange companies after two years.
, Sultan Mohammad, said this was the second time that a moneychanger
was being killed by gunmen and the killers fled.
Javed was the second moneychanger
after Sultan Mohammad to be killed.
bankrupted our country, women accused of adultery are still stoned to death and babies are killed, not by Herod but bombs.
BEAT IT Jesus throwing moneychangers
out of the temple
Or was this what Jesus cleansed when he drove the moneychangers
He tangled publicly with lawyers about taxes and Caesar and overturned the tables of the moneychangers
Somewhere in the Whispering Gallery, no doubt, Jesus was groaning about clearing the moneychangers
from the temple.
In a circular, the central bank told all banks, moneychangers
, investment and finance companies and other financing entities operating in the UAE that the move was 'based on the Resolution 1929 (2010) adopted by the Security Council of the United Nations at its 6335th meeting on June 9, 2010 regarding non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.
The riyals, in the hands of Pakistani moneychangers
, are recycled back into regular cash channels, also through Afghanistan.