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 37, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

[ms] Spiritual Intelligence Forming Wholesome Being PDF
Elmi Baharuddin, Zainab Ismail
[ms] Feminist Themes in Nawal el Saadawi’s Novels PDF
Maryam Habibah Kamis, Indriaty Ismail
[ms] Potential of Shariah Risk in Selected Takaful Operator in Malaysia PDF
Mohd Faiz Mohamed Yusof, Joni Tamkin Borhan, Nurhanani Romli
[en] The Demographic History of Palestine during the British Administration (1917-1948) based on the Official Records of Palestine Demography PDF
Mohd Roslan Mohd Nor, Ummu Zainab al-Abidah Zainal Abidin, Ezad Azraai Jamsari
[ms] A Module to Determine the Laws of Genetically Modified Food (GMF) and It’s Importance in Malaysia PDF
Mohd Izhar Ariff Mohd Kashim, Sharif Mohd Tahir
[ms] Literature Review on the Translation of Malay Novels into Arabic PDF
Noorsyuhada Mohamed Salleh, Maheram Ahmad
[ms] Implication of Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd Interpretation’s towards Women Issues in the al-Qur’an PDF
Nur Zainatul Nadra Zainol, Latifah Abdul Majid, Muhd Najib Abd Kadir
[ms] The Intervention Practice towards Adolescent Sexual Behaviour of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by the Teachers of Special Integration Education Programme According to Syarak PDF
Zuraini Yaakub, Zuliza Mohd Kusrin


 


 

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Articles in Islamiyyat are indexed and abstracted in Index Islamicus

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