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Public talk on “The importance of Arabic Manuscripts in Islamic Studies” by Syaikh Dr. Nedham Yacoobi

DATE: 14th July 2017 (Friday)
TIME: 3.00pm-4.30pm
VENUE: IAIS Malaysia, Jalan Ilmu, Off Jalan Universiti, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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Speaker’s Profile

Syaikh Nedham Yacoobi is one of the most widely respected Islamic scholars in the world today. He sits on the Islamic supervisory boards of several Islamic financial institutions and is an active scholar in Islamic finance. He received a BA degree in Economics and Comparative Religion from McGill University (Canada) and obtained his PhD in Islamic law at the University of Wales. He works as an independent Shariah consultant based in his home country, Bahrain, and his accomplishments and responsibilities include:

  • Professor of Tafsir, Hadith and Fiqh in Bahrain since 1976.
  • Author of several articles and publications on Islamic finance and other sciences in English and Arabic, including Tahqiatul-A’mal fi Ikhraj Zakatil-Fitr bil-Mal, Risalah fit-Tawbah, Qurratul-‘Aynayn fi Fada’il Birr al-Walidayn, and Irshad al-‘Uqala’ ila Hukm al-Qira’ah min al-Mus-haf fis-Salah.
  • Shariah Advisor, ABC International Bank plc, HSBC Amanah, AIG Takaful Enaya B.S.C, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Bahrain Islamic Bank, Citi Islamic Investment Bank, CIMB Islamic and others.

He received guidance in classical Shariah from prominent scholars such as Abdullah al-Farisi, Yusuf al-Siddiqi, Muhammed Saleh al-Abasi and Muhammed Yasin al-Fadani. Having taught tafsir, hadith and fiqh in Bahrain since 1976, Sheikh Nedham continues to contribute important original research on many aspects of modern Islamic finance. Sheikh Nedham has edited several Arabic manuscripts. In February, 2007, Sheikh Nedham won the Euromoney Award for “Outstanding Contribution to Islamic Finance”. He was awarded the inaugural Zaki Badawi Award for Excellence in Shariah Advisory in 2008.

Programme

02:30pm Arrival of guests and registration
03:00pm Opening remarks by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohamed Azam Mohamed Adil, Deputy CEO, IAIS Malaysia
03:05pm Welcoming remarks by Prof. Dr Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Founding CEO, IAIS Malaysia
03:15pm Presentation by Syaikh Dr. Nedham Yacoobi
04:00pm Q & A session
04:30pm Concluding remarks by the Moderator, adjournment and Refreshment.

 

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Contact Information

International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia.
Jalan Ilmu, Off Jalan Universiti 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: +603-7956 9188
 
 

Hikmah

God is Kind Gentle [rafiq] and loves Gentle kindness; He bestows in return for kindness that which He does not bestow for harsh-violence. (hadith)

Quotable Quotes

Do not be fooled by one who recites the Qur'an. His recitation is but speech - but look to those who act upon it. - Al-Qaradawi, al-Sahwah al-Islamiyyah, 107.

Humour Without Malice

David and Wilson were lost in desert. They were dying of thirst when they came upon an oasis, and there was a mosque. David to Wilson, "Look! There is a mosque, lets pretend we are Muslims, otherwise we'll not get any food or water. I am going to call myself 'Ahmad'." Wilson refused to change his name and said: "My name is Wilson and I will never pretend to be other than what I am!". The imam of the mosque received both of them well and asked for their names. David: "I am Ahmad." Wilson: "I am Wilson". Imam turned to his helpers and said, "Bring some food for Wilson only." And then Imam turned towards David and said, "Ramadhan Mubarak, Brother Ahmad!".

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