The Muslim world and the Transparency International report

 A report: As the Muslim world implements strict laws to ban alcoholism, adultery, or even free speech, one wonders: where are the laws against corruption?

It is embarrassing to note a fact in the Transparency International report that top five most populated Muslim countries, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Egypt, fell under the miserable range of 2.0 to 3.9 and only four out of the 48 Muslim-majority countries made it above 50.

As the Muslim world implements strict laws to ban alcoholism, adultery, or even free speech, one wonders: where are the laws against corruption? The leaders of these countries could learn a thing or two about curtailing corruption from Denmark, New Zealand, or Singapore, which all shared the top spot. Question may arise that why should the Muslim world learn from these so-called infidels?

Well, because of what the Prophet Muhammad said: “a word of wisdom is the lost property of a Muslim. He should seize it wherever he finds it”.
Report: Ahmadiyya International