بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
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Dear sister, simply by keeping money in a bank doesn't make that money haram, but the interest that the money generates in a bank is absolutely and clearly haram in Islam.
If we look at the saving account of a conventional bank, we come to know that this account does generate interest.
Allah says in the glorious Quran: O Believers! Fear Allah and give up that ‘riba’ which is still due to you, if you are true believers. But if you do not do so, then you are warned of the declaration of war against you by Allah and His Messenger! Quran [2:278]
Thus a believer should avoid keeping money in the ‘saving account’ of conventional bank. And Allah alone knows the best.
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