Identifying Roles & Protecting Rights Under Islamic Governance

Volume 2, Issue 1, June 2016


 

APPLIED ETHICS IN ISLAMIC GOVERNANCE: ENGAGING CULTURE AND MORALITY

Azmi Mohamad

The last century was marked by an unsettling paradox of progress and regress, where great advances in science, technology, and knowledge were roped with dreadful catastrophes, such as the two destructive world wars, the Great Depression, and the Holocaust, to make for one shambolic journey that has persisted into the 21st century.

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TAQWĀ-BASED COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK: A MAQĀSID OPTION

Mona Kassim

Negara Brunei Darussalam is currently at an interesting juncture where there is mounting urgency to be more Sharī’ah driven and compliant in the country’s governance, and be truly grounded in the teachings of the Qur’ān and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammadﷺ.

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ISLAMIC GOVERNANCE: STRATEGIES FOR RELEVANCE

Yung Mei Chee

The Constitution of Brunei Darussalam is very clear when it comes to the socio-political role of religion. Brunei Darussalam’s official religion is Islam and the Head of the official religion of Brunei Darussalam is His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan.

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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 Islamic conceptual framework.

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