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ICT Differences in Islamic Education

ICT Differences in Islamic Education

Abdal-Hakim Hardaker

The use of digital learning approaches has dramatically enhanced the ability to learn new ideas and skills faster and often more collaboratively, resulting in the growing appetite of the new generations to seek knowledge.

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Cultural Factors for Cohesive Governance

Cultural Factors for Cohesive Governance

Amin Abdul Aziz

The concept of Islamic Governance is an ideational framework consisting of rules, values and notions guiding all organised activities. Indeed, the concept permeates every level of human society: from the political or state level, to the…

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Identifying Roles and Protecting Rights

Identifying Roles and Protecting Rights

Amin Abdul Aziz

An Islamic system of governance is essentially a series of interrelated processes pertaining to the act of governing in an Islamic manner, and where the interrelations between those processes are established via the common expectations of its actors, and all of which subsist within an…

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The Muslim and the Law: A Brunei Experience

The Muslim and the Law: A Brunei Experience

Zabaidah Haji Kamaludin

When Brunei Darussalam first presented its country report as a signatory country on the status of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Geneva in October 2003, a comment was made by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child that …

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Advice to a Nation

Advice to a Nation

Dina Aliuddin

This paper examines the political thought of Sir Muda Omar Ali Saifuddien (also known as Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Waddien III) through his Syair Nasihat or Ode of Advice.

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Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah: Fulfilling Maqasid al-Shari’ah

 

Rozan Yunos

Fulfilling the requirements of the Maqasid al-Shari’ah is a duty not all leaders have been able to carry out. Throughout history, there are many examples of leaders and nations who have failed to provide for their own people. Thus, for His Majesty to achieve this, it is indeed no small feat. For fulfilling the requirements of the Maqasid al-Shari’ah, His Majesty is an exemplary Muslim leader in this modern time. This book provides examples of how those Maqasids were fulfilled.

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