عنوان مقاله [English]
The objective of the present paper is to examine the appropriate financial tools for financing the defense sector, specifically, by focusing on the legal barriers preventing the utilization of private sector’s capacity and participation in this field. To achieve this purpose, first, a survey of the opinions of experts in the field was conducted. Thus, optimal financial models were extracted and validated using the multi-criteria decision-making approach and open interviews. Subsequently, based on the data obtained from the questionnaires, the financial models based on The Dayn and Murabaha Sukuk for defense projects were prioritized using the AHP method. The results obtained from running the prioritization models clearly indicate that out of the 5 defined financial models based on The Dayn and Murabaha Sukuk, General Dayn Sukuk is ranked first, and thereafter, Commodity Dayn Sukuk takes the second place. Therefore, in conclusion, this paper proposes prioritizing Dayn-based models over the financial tools based on the Murabaha.