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Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 18
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 18
"Adaptation and Reform: Salient 20th Century Developments"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 17
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 17
"Rules of Interpretation (turuq istinbat)"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 16
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 16
"Independent Reasoning (ijtihad) and fatwa"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 15
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 15
"Blocking the Means (sadd al-dhara'i)
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 14
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 14
"Presumption of Continuity (istihsab)"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 13
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 13
"Fatwa (Ruling) of a Companion"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 11
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 11
"Public Interests (maslahah)"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 10
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 10
"Juristic Preference (istihsan)"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 9
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 9
"Analogical Reasoning (qiyas)"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 7
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 7
"Revealed Laws Preceding the Shari'ah of Islam"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 3
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 3
"The Objectives of Shari'ah (maqasid al-shariah)"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 2
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 2
"Introduction to the principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Commands and Prohibitions"
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 1
Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Lecture 1
"Introduction to the principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (Usul-al fiqh)"......... This series of lectures on Islamic Jurisprudence ( usul al-fiqh) follows the highly acclaimed book, Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (2003) by the noted scholar of Islamic law, Mohammad Hashim Kamali. Prof. Kamali ...
Special Address by  His Royal Highness Sultan of Perak Darul Ridzuan
Special Address by His Royal Highness Sultan of Perak Darul Ridzuan
Book Launch: "The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam" by His Royal Highness Sultan of Perak Darul Ridzuan, Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah at IAIS Malaysia on 23 November 2015
Special Remarks and Book Introduction by Professor Dr. Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Special Remarks and Book Introduction by Professor Dr. Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Book Launch: "The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam" at IAIS Malaysia on 23 November 2015.
Book dissection and discussion:
Book dissection and discussion: "Prophet Muhammad: The Hallmark of Leadership"
An event held at IAIS Malaysia on 14 August 2015.
Seminar on
Seminar on "Shari’ah Courts in Malaysia: Major Themes and Development"
An event held at IAIS Malaysia on 21 April 2015. PowerPoint slides of this presentation available at the link below; http://www.iais.org.my/e/index.php/events-sp-1744003054/past-events/553-seminar-on-shari-ah-courts-in-malaysia-major-themes-and-development.html
Public Lecture:
Public Lecture: "Understanding Reform from an Islamic Perspective" by Prof. Tariq Ramadan : Q&A
Topic: “Understanding Reform from an Islamic Perspective” Speaker: Professor Tariq Ramadan, Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies, Oxford University, U.K. Day/Date/Time: Friday, 30 January 2015, 9:30am - 12:00noon Venue: International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia ...
Public Lecture by Prof. Tariq Ramadan:
Public Lecture by Prof. Tariq Ramadan: "Understanding Reform from an Islamic Perspective"
There is in the classical Islamic tradition, a central reference to the need for a renewal, revival, and consequently, reform of our reading and understanding. Debates have often – quite legitimately – concentrated on clearly determining the abilities and limits necessary for the practice of taj...

Hikmah

It is enough of a sin for a man to relate all of what he hears. - Hadith

Quotable Quotes

If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other - Mother Teresa

Humour Without Malice

A man went to Ibn 'Aqeel and said, "Whenever I plunge myself two to three times into a river to take a bath, I am not sure whether the water reached every part of my body, and am consequently unsure whether I have purified myself. What should I do?" He said "Do not pray." "Why do you say that?" Ibn 'Aqeel answered: "Allah's messenger [pbuh] said, 'The pen is lifted from three: from the child until he reaches adulthood, from the one who is sleeping until he wakes up, and from the insane man until he regains his senses.' And whoever plunges himself into a river once, twice and then three times, yet still feels that he has not taken a bath is insane."

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