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Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research Emerald Article: Determinants of customers' intention to use Islamic personal financing: The case of Malaysian Islamic banks. The journal provides a dynamic forum for the advancement of accounting and business knowledge based on Shari’ah and Islamic activities that have an impact on the welfare of society.