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Donations Policy

The IAIS accepts donations from all bona fide sources, personal as well as corporate, local as well as international. These funds help us continue our research to advance the renewal of the Islamic civilisation, its harmonious co-existence with other world civilisations, and the cause of peace and justice for all. IAIS Malaysia seeks to promote moderation as a governing principle of Islamic teachings that shuns all forms of extremism and hard line interpretations of Islam. It is also committed to inter-civilisational dialogue. While we are open to suggestions on possible new areas of research, as an independent, non-profit NGO, we can only accept funds with “no strings attached.” All “substantial” donors – donors of more than RM 450,000.00 or an equivalent amount in euros – will receive (upon request) copies of the annual report. “Significant” donors – those contributing RM 5,000,000.00 (five million ringgit) or more, for three consecutive years – will be entitled, in addition to receiving copies of the annual report, to a representative on the Board of Directors. In all other cases – “ordinary donors” – the amount (and frequency) of the donation is up to the discretion of the donor. Receipts will be issued for all donations of RM 5,000.00 or more. Donations are tax deductible. Our pledge is that your contributions will only be used to realise the objectives of the Institute as indicated in our vision and mission statements.

Please make out your cheque payable to:

International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia9

Mail to:

International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia,

P.O Box 1275, Jalan Pantai Baru, 59800 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Or
Make a direct TT (Telegraphic Transfer) to our bank account:

CIMB Islamic Bank Account No.: 8600339794  (Swift Code CTBBMYKL)

Email: donations@iais.org.my

Hikmah

The 'muslim' is one from whose hand and tongue other Muslims are safe.

Quotable Quotes

Truly-Deeds are evaluated by their underlying intention.

Humour Without Malice

Mullah Nasruddin had lost his ring, so he set out to search for it under the street light. Others came to help him search. Finally when asked if he was certain he had dropped it in this spot, he said, "No, I lost it there," and pointed to his house. The others asked incredulously: "Then why are you looking for it here?" The Mullah said, while trying to look clever: "Because it is dark where I lost it, and it is light out here!"

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