I have better things to do than to watch a 2 hour long video that features some anarchist. Besides, commerce was flourishing in both ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, export (as far as ancient Japan believe it or not) and import were of utmost importance. And to a somewhat lesser degree in Persian empire and ancient Egypt. All of them were pagan btw. Moreover, many famous Greek philosophers had written and discussed economic matters way before the birth of your retarded religion, which is nothing but a more self assertive twist on Judaism and Christianity. Xenophon and Ancient Indian philosophers were the first ones to delve in these matters, not Islamic scholars, who btw borrowed a lot of material from Greeks. I'd also like to point out that free market, as a concept was formed by economists of 19th century. And the field of Economics as an apart science was formed in Europe in 19th century. Which is why speaking about "Free Market" prior to at least mid 18th century is just fucking idiotic. But yeah, I bet you'll keep on fanboying over Ibn Khuldun or some other Muslim scholar, which is totally fine by me.