Islamiyyat

Islamiyyat is the referred international journal of Islamic studies; published by UKM Press and indexed by Index Islamicus. This journal is published annually in Malay, English and Arabic. The published articles as well as comments, research reports, book reviews, conference papers and others are in Islamic studies as well as in other fields written from Islamic perspectives.

Islamiyyat will only accept submissions sent through email to this address: ezad@ukm.edu.my 

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Vol 36, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

[ms] Divorce Factor at the Syariah Court in Mukah, Sarawak from Year 2000 to 2010 PDF
ABE SOHPIAN ABDUL RAHMAN, ZULIZA MOHD KUSRIN, ANWAR FAKHRI OMAR
[ms] Innovation in Applying the Principle of Wa‘dan in Instrument of Islamic Hedging PDF
AZLIN ALISA AHMAD, SHOFIAN AHMAD
[ms] The Method of Translation of al-Quran in Tafsir Nur Al-Ihsan PDF
BAHRUM FAIZAN, HAZIYAH HUSSIN
[ms] Method of Solution for Breach of Contract (Default Payment) in Islam: A Literature Review PDF
NORWAJIA UMI ISMAIL, MAT NOOR MAT ZIN, SALMY EDAWATI YAACOB
[ms] Sustainability of Pondok Institution in Kelantan: A Concept Study
SALMIAH ISMAIL, Zainab Ismail, Salasiah Hanin Hamjah
[ms] Work of Introduction to the History of Science According to Western Perspective PDF
NABIHAH LIYANA SALAN, ROZIAH SIDIK @ MAT SIDEK
[ms] Human Will: Justification and Categorization Based on Responsibility PDF
MUHAMMAD ATIULLAH OTHMAN, INDRIATY ISMAIL, IBRAHIM ABU BAKAR
(ms) PERKIM Propagation to Chinese Ethnic in Malaysia PDF
NUR HIEADAYAH ABDUL RAHIM, IDRIS ZAKARIA
(ar) Contemporary Family Problems and Their Solutions in the Light of Purposes of Islamic Law PDF
KURORSO DENGNI, ABDEL WADOUD MUSTOFA MOURSI AL-SAUDI, AHMAD MUHAMMAD HUSNI


 


 

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Articles in Islamiyyat are indexed and abstracted in Index Islamicus

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