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Monday, 18 June 2012 00:00

No. 5 & 6, NOV 2011 - FEB 2012

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No. 5&6, Nov 2011 - Feb 2012

 

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Tuesday, 28 February 2012 00:00

No. 4, SEP-OCT 2011

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No. 4, Sep-Oct 2011

 

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Monday, 03 October 2011 16:00

No. 3, JUL-AUG 2011

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No. 3, July-August 2011

 

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Friday, 17 June 2011 00:00

No. 2, MAY-JUN 2011

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No. 2, May-June 2011

 

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Thursday, 07 April 2011 00:00

No. 1, MAR-APR 2011

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No. 1, March-April 2011

 

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Monday, 03 January 2011 00:00

No. 1 Inaugural Issue 2010

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No. 1 Inaugural Issue 2010

 

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Friday, 08 April 2011 00:00

The Institute

The International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia was established in September 2007 in Kuala Lumpur as an independent non-profit research think-tank, with an initial grant from the government of Malaysia. On 9 October 2008, IAIS was formally launched by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia and its Founding Patron Tun Abdullah Haji Ahmad Badawi.

The Institute is dedicated to the rigorous pursuit of objective academic and policy research on Islam and contemporary challenges of concern to Malaysia, the global Ummah and Islam’s engagement with other civilisations. Our quest for renewal highlights the essential values and principles which resonate with the timeless significance of Islamic teachings.

The Islamic revivalist discourse of recent decades was largely ideologically driven, focused on legal issues, externalities of ritual or dress, and voiced primarily parochial and partisan concerns. IAIS Malaysia began with the challenging agenda to widen the scope of discourse through a fresh focus on Islam’s broader civilisational objectives representing the Ummah as a whole.

Firmly grounded in Islam’s authentic teachings, IAIS aspires to facilitate the regeneration and renewal (tajdid) of Islamic civilisation rooted in the Qur’an and Sunnah. Through research into Islamic source texts bearing on significant issues facing Muslim societies, the Institute provides policy recommendations to government entities, multinational organisations and NGOs. We support activities and projects contributing to the renewal of contemporary Islamic thought and raising the level of discourse in order to advance human wellbeing.

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Monday, 25 August 2014 14:09

The arts hold a mirror to our society

The arts help define a nation’s past and future — the are central to its story. By looking at national culture in this way, we are also able to better understand the world we live in. The arts represent the collective output of those engaging in creative society. This ranges from the theatre we attend, music we listen to, books we read and buildings we inhabit. It encompasses film, design, architecture, fashion, the visual arts and much, much more..….......Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

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