Integrating Organisational Functions Within An Islamic System of Governance

Volume 3, Issue 1, June 2017


 

THE EVOLUTION OF ISLAMIC GOVERNANCE: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

Rozan Yunos

The size of a nation’s Muslim population is not the main determinant whether it is an Islamic nation or otherwise. When Prophet Muhammadﷺ first arrived in Yathrib in 1H/622M, there were about 10,000 people living there, 45% were non-Muslim Arab, 40% were Jews and only 15% were Muslims.

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ICT DIFFERENCES IN ISLAMIC EDUCATION

Glenn 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. There has been excessive literature on this subject since the late 1990s and continued with the emergence of social media and Web 2.0 evolving around the world.

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THE MUSLIM AND THE LAW

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 there could be conflict in the application of the parallel system of law as practised in Brunei Darussalam.

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MANOEUVRING POWER DYNAMICS: THE BRUNEI CONSTITUTION 1959

Majdey Zawawi

The Brunei Report of 1904 mentions of a letter that Sultan Hashim tried to address to the Ottoman Sultan Hamid II expressing Brunei’s willingness to surrender the Sultanate to Turkey or more precisely, to the Ottoman Caliphate. The letter was intercepted by British Agents in Singapore.

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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 social as well as to the individual level.

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