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February, 2018

January, 2018

  • 31 January

    Birmingham University Call for Papers: Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies Symposium

    The Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (TIMES) Post-Graduate Forum will be held at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday 9th may, 2018...

  • 14 January

    Book: Environmental Protection in Islamic Shari‘ah+PDF

    This text underlines the importance of protecting the environment. It links all the issues of protecting the environment with the command of Allah in the verses of the Holy Qur'an regarding the environment. It also provides a short history of international effort that have been...

  • 13 January

    Education Jurisprudence (Al-Fiqh Al-Tarbawi): Essential and Presuppositions

    Education has been a matter of importance in the life of mankind since old times, and the collection of the experiences of trainers as well as the intellectual efforts of philosophers and thinkers have further enriched the experiences of...

  • 10 January

    Call for Papers: Journal of Muslims in Europe

    The Journal of Muslims in Europe called for articles dealing with contemporary issues of Islam and Muslims in Europe from all disciplines and across the whole region, as well as historical studies of relevance to the...

  • 9 January

    Bangladesh Court Upholds Ban on Rohingya Muslim Refugees Marriage

    A Bangladesh court on Monday upheld a government ban on marriage between its citizens and refugees from Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya minority, who have fled ethnic violence in the...

  • 8 January

    Jihad and Shahadat by Ayatullah Sayyid Mahmoud Taleqani

    What is the meaning of jihad in Islam? How has Islam progressed? How many human casualties were caused by this great intellectual, social, and moral revolution which appeared in the Arabian peninsula? Were the wars of the beginning of the Islamic era defensive or offensive? These questions in themselves are so extensive that if we decided to discuss them all in detail we would not have enough time to focus on the...

  • 4 January

    Book: Scriptural Polemics: The Qurʾān and Other Religions

    This volume is an important contribution to understanding the impact of the key polemical Qur’anic passages about Judaism and Christianity that shaped Muslim theology of the ‘other.’ Sirry’s meticulous reading of the Qur’anic commentaries to expound this theology is thoroughly grounded in both the classical as well as the modernist-reformist ...

  • 2 January

    £1,000 Prize for the Best Article on Islamic Studies

    The British Association for Islamic Studies (BRAIS) and De Gruyter are delighted to announce the third round BRAIS – De Gruyter Prize in the Study of Islam and the Muslim World...

December, 2017

  • 30 December

    Article: Muslim Family Law in Southern Thailand

    This study titled “Muslim Family Law in Southern Thailand: A Historical Overview” aims to describe the development of Islamic law through the different periods of governments in southern Thailand. Muslims have long a history of practicing Islamic law where Muslim communities are the minority. In Thailand, past governments have positively included ...

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