Volume 1 (Issue 1)

  • Abdul Aziz, Azhar and Ab. Manan, Siti Khadijah and Alias, Baterah and Muhamad, Wan Ismail (2015) Husband-Wife income sharing from al-Ma'ruf perspective. pp. 1-12. [PDF Download]
  • Mat Rani, Mohd Afandi (2015) Mekanisma Istibdal dalam pembangunan tanah wakaf di Terengganu. pp. 115-133. [PDF Download]
  • Mahaiyadin, Mohd Hapiz and Osman, Muhammad Rahimi (2015) Kerangka Fiqh kepenggunaan masakini. pp. 135-154. [PDF Download]
  • Sahari, Noorul Huda and Mohd. Zain, Najibah and Ab. Manan, Siti Khadijah and Saedon, Rafeah and Muhd Hashim, Nurhidayah (2015) Matrimonial property division through philanthropic settlement. pp. 13-32. [PDF Download]
  • Kamaluddin, Norlela and Ab. Manan, Siti Khadijah and Sufian, Fadzlan and Nu Nu Htay, Shila (2015) Shariah principles of Sukuk structure in Islamic capital market. pp. 63-75. [PDF Download]
  • Maidin, Pisol and Ahmad, Thuraya (2015) Kemahiran kejuruteraan perahu Melayu : keahlian jurubinanya berdasarkan teori Malakah Ibn Khaldun. pp. 97-113. [PDF Download]
  • Saidon, Rafeah and Kamaruddin, Zaleha and Arifin, Mahamad and Ibrahim, Norliah and Sahari, Noorul Huda (2015) Justification for state intervention in family matters : an analysis from the context of Islamic jurisprudence. pp. 33-49. [PDF Download]
  • Ab Manan, Siti Khadijah and Kamarudin, Mohd. Faizal and Mohd. Saleh, Nor Effuandy Pfordten (2015) Altruism : it's importance in sustaining microfinance development. pp. 77-96. [PDF Download]
  • Abd Rahim, Syuhaida Idha and Md Rejab, Siti Noorbiah and Muhamad, Mohd Dani (2015) Application of critical thinking in teaching Islamic subjects. pp. 51-62. [PDF Download]
  • Ahmad, Siria (2015) Juhudun muqabalatun annaskhatun almakhtutotun ma'a annuskhatun almatbu'ah : Hululun inda adamun rijhanun ihdahuma tahkikun aljami'un alkabirun namuzajan. pp. 155-172. [PDF Download]

Volume 2 (Issue 1)

  • Dziauddin Sharif, Amir Shaharuddin & Nurul Aini Muhamed (2016). The Reasoning Pattern of Islamic Jurists’ Views on Ar-Rahn (Islamic Pawn Broking) Contract and Its Ruling. [PDF Download]
  • Najahudin Lateh & Ghafarullahhuddin Din (2016). Application of Rasch Measurement Model in Quality Evaluation of Shariah Compliant Gold Investment (SCGI) Instrument. [PDF Download]
  • Nurhidayah Hashim & Tim Lindsey (2016). The Best Interest of the Child: An Analysis of the Judicial Approaches in Assessing Child Maintenance Applications in Shariah Courts. [PDF Download]
  • Mohd Ab Malek Md Shah, Jeniwaty Mohd Jody, Mohd Harun Shahudin & Sulaiman Mahzan (2016). An Overview of Ibra’ Implementation in Malaysian Islamic Banks. [PDF Download]
  • Mohd Rahim Khamis (2016). Behavioural Response Patterns on the Organisational Factors Influencing Compliance Behaviour of Business Zakat. [Abstract] [Full Paper]
  • Ilinadia Jamil & Zainal Kadir (2016). Interactive Multimedia for Learning Hajj.[PDF Download]
  • Rohayu Ab. Majid & Rosli Said (2016). Kesedaran Pelabur Harta Tanah Terhadap Sistem Kewangan Islam.[PDF Download]
  • Mohd Asmadi Yakob,Mohd Yakub @ Zulkifli Mohd Yusoff, Monika @ Munirah Abd Razzak Khadher Ahmad, Nurulwahidah Fauzi, Khalijah Awang, Rozana Othman & Mohd Rais Mustafa (2016). Kekerapan Penerbitan di SCOPUS Mengenai Flora-Flora dalam Al-Quran dan Al-Hadith.[PDF Download]
  • Azhar Abdul Aziz, Raihanah Hj Azahari & Khairul Faezi Mohd Said (2016). Perkongsian Pendapatan Suami Isteri dalam Keluarga Islam dan Impak kepada Kualiti Hidup. [PDF Download]
  • Haitham Ibrahim Ahmad al-Sharu, Salmah Ahmad & Muhammad Nur Abdullah (2016). تطور الاستشراق. [PDF Download]

Note: If you are interested in ordering your printed copy of JCIS 2(1), you can do so by contacting our Managing Editor at jcis@salam.uitm.edu.my

Call For Papers: JCIS, Vol. 2, Issue 2, paper submission deadline 30 August 2016

 
Journal of Contemporary Islamic Studies (JCIS) is a refereed journal of the Academy of Contemporary Islamic Studies (ACIS), Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia. The journal, a rebranding of the earlier published Jurnal Fikrah, is issued with the hope of stimulating research and publication in the area of contemporary Islamic studies. JCIS publishes research and concept papers that address significant issues in Islamic studies that are relevant to the academician and the community at large. Papers may include, but no limited to, the area of:

Shariah, theology, Islamic banking and finance, Islamic economics, Islamic accounting, Islamic legal maxims, Islamic environmental studies, Islamic art and architecture, Islamic investment, Islamic wealth management, Islamic inheritance, Islamic security, Islamic capital market, Islamic money market, Islamic legal framework, Islamic management, Islamic education, Islamic sociology, Siyasah syariyyah and many more.

Papers could be in English, Arabic or Malay. Emphasis is given to clarity of understanding, originality and scholarly merit. Submission deadline (JCIS, Vol. 2, Issue 2) is 30th August 2016.
 
Manuscript Submission: Manuscripts must be submitted through the EasyChair online system.
 
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©2016 Journal of Contemporary Islamic Studies is a fully refereed journal published annually by the Academy of Contemporary Islamic Studies, Universiti Teknologi MARA Shah Alam Malaysia, 40450 Shah Alam Selangor, Malaysia

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The views and opinions expressed therein are those of the individual authors, and the publication of those statements in JCIS does not imply endorsement by the publisher or the editorial staff. Copyright is reserved jointly by Universiti Teknologi MARA and Academy of Contemporary Islamic Studies (ACIS).