Due to the Difficult Economic Conditions ... “Palestine Islamic Bank” Postpones the Payment of the Month of May’s Installments

Palestine Islamic Bank announced the postponement of the installment payment of the current month of May for customers, including civil and military employees and retirees, without any commissions or additional fees.

The General Manager of Palestine Islamic Bank, Bayan Qasem, stated that such decision is made on the occasion of the upcoming Eid Al-Fitr and in view of the harsh economic conditions experienced by our people, so as to strengthen its resilience.

Moreover, Qasem underlined the Bank’s endeavor to stand by the side of the public, particularly the civil and military employees and retirees who have been receiving a part of their salary only during the last period, the thing which placed burden on them, considering such endeavor as a moral and national duty to which the Bank is committed on the basis of the teachings of the noble Islamic religion which calls upon cooperation and collaboration.

Qasem also pointed out that Palestine Islamic Bank’s efforts continue to be made to mitigate the impact of the difficult economic conditions on the citizens, as these efforts take multiple forms and aim at the achievement of relief and development within the society.

In addition to that, Qasem deemed such decision as a part of the Bank’s responsibility towards the Palestinian society, particularly with the approach of Eid Al-Fitr and its subsequent obligations, adding “we strive to offer an adequate banking service to our customers and we make sure that they, along with their families, are comfortable and live in dignity.”

Qasem congratulated the Arab and Islamic nations in general and the Palestinian people in particular on the occasion of the upcoming Eid Al-Fitr, wishing that such blessed occasion return with goodness and prosperity.

It is noteworthy that Palestine Islamic Bank offers its services to the public through 44 branches and offices, and over 80 Automated Teller Machines (ATM) spread throughout the country’s governorates.