Waqf is a complex institution which has been employed by Muslims for over 1000 years to sustain various projects, ranging from private homes, cemeteries, libraries, mosques, schools, to...
This book focuses on four socially grounded fields of legal knowledge: fiqh, codification, individual waqf cases, and everyday waqf-related knowledge...
The book aims to contribute towards further understanding of the conceptual frameworks of Islamic insurance in the hope that the world community will appreciate and recognise Islamic insurance as a...
The World Federation's Islamic Education in collaboration with The Council of European Jamaats will be holding a Khums seminar on Saturday 4th May at Hujjat Islamic Centre at Wood Lane, Stanmore, HA7 4LQ England....
This study examines the early development of waqf doctrine, based on sources from the 2nd century AH, the writer argues that the institution of waqf emerged from a fusion of two earlier institutions....
The present study examines the impact of British colonial rule on traditional waqf practice in the Sultanate of Zanzibar. The writer shall argue that British policy towards waqf in Zanzibar was shaped by a combination of...
This article sets out to make clear the connection between Islamic law and hydrocarbon concessions, and provides a brief summary of the religion and its bearing on hydrocarbon...
The fact that a woman’s inheritance is half that of a man’s has enticed many to delve into the rationale behind this rule. In the answers that have reached us...
The book “The Islamic Law on Land Tax and Rent: the Peasants' Loss of Property Rights as Interpreted in the Hanafite Legal Literature of the Mamluk and Ottoman Periods” focuses in particular on the interrelated areas of...
The Berlin Institute for Islamic Theology invites applications for a full professorship for “Comparative Theology from an Islamic Perspective” (W3) starting 1st October 2019 and initially limited to a 5-year...