Journal of Al-Tamaddun
About: Journal of Al-Tamaddun is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Islam & Malay. It has an ISSN identifier of 1823-7517. It is also open access. Over the lifetime, 126 publication(s) have been published receiving 307 citation(s).
Topics: Islam, Malay, Harmony (color), Population, Islamic studies
TL;DR: Haniff Bin Hassan as mentioned in this paper presented three possible options that can be the basis of international relations for an Islamic polity: war, peace and neutrality, and argued that peace is the original basis and rejects the idea of perpetual war between Islamic and non-Islamic polity as espoused by jihadist groups.
Abstract: There is an increased interest in Islam in the field of international relations. This paper seeks to offer an overview to the basis of inter-state relations between a Muslim polity and other Muslim or non-Muslim polities. It presents three possible options that can be the basis of international relations for an Islamic polity: war, peace and neutrality. Three important sciences, known as popularly Usul Fiqh, Usul Tafsir and Usul Hadith, which make up the core of Islamic hermeneutic, are used. The paper goes on to argue that peace is the original basis and rejects the idea of perpetual war between Islamic and non-Islamic polity as espoused by jihadist groups. ********************* Muhammad Haniff Bin Hassan is a PhD Research Student at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS). He holds MSc in Strategic Studies at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Nanyang Technological University. He received his early education from Aljunied Islamic School. He then continued his tertiary education at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, National University of Malaysia with honours in Syariah and Civil law. Mr. Haniff is also active in social activities as a member of the Islamic Religious Council Appeal Board, HSBC Insurance Islamic Advisory Board, Council for Association of Islamic Religious Teachers and Scholars of Singapore (PERGAS) and Management Committee of Al-Irsyad Islamic School. He writes extensively in Berita Harian (local Malay newspaper) and has also published articles in the Straits Times. He has published five books in his name and helped to publish two books on behalf of PERGAS and Islamic Religious Council of Singapore. His latest book is Unlicensed to Kill: Countering Imam Samudra’s Justification For the Bali Bombing (2006).
TL;DR: In this article, the authors discuss the importance of human capital development and its importance in the development of the country at present and future, including the concept of the human capital in general, the importance and importance of a balanced development of human resources based on Islamic development and the description of the needs of the development model in terms of the current national development.
Abstract: Human capital development is one of the most popular terms in the discussion of development planning nowadays. It became significantly accepted and has been recognized as one of the cornerstone of economic development and progress of a country. Therefore, this article will discuss generally the concept of human capital development and its importance in development of the country at present and future. This discussion includes the concept of human capital in general, the importance of a balanced development of human capital based on Islamic development and the description of the needs of the development model in terms of the current national development.
TL;DR: The traditional Malay medicine practice in the book of Tibb Pontianak will be examined to understand the wisdom, history, culture, life, experience and world view of the Malay community.
Abstract: The importance of the study of Malay manuscripts predicate of an effort to understand the wisdom, history, culture, life, experience and world view of the Malay community. Many Malay manuscripts written in the form of extended knowledge. In the manuscripts text, it is full of guidance, advice, entertainment, education, history, politics, international relations, medicine, science, technology and much more information and knowledge. These include traditional Malay medicine practice. Therefore, this study will examine the traditional Malay medicine practice in the book of Tibb Pontianak.
31 Dec 2009-Journal of Al-Tamaddun
TL;DR: In this article, the role of Muslim scholars in elevating Islamic Civilization in the Malay Archipelago is discussed and a compilation from contributions provided by them will be focused on a well-known figure, Sheikh Abdul Rauf Singkel.
Abstract: This article discusses the role of Muslim scholars in elevating Islamic Civilization in the Malay Archipelago. Compilation from contributions provided by them will be focused on a well-known figure, Sheikh Abdul Rauf Singkel. His role in elevating Islamic civilization can be viewed through several channels such as in the judicial field as Qadi Malik al'Adil, active in the field of writing and he produced many works. He become spreader of newborn thinking and pioneer of Tarikat Syatariyah, active in the field of education. He was well-known with the title Teungku Syiah Kuala and established networks among scholars throughout Malay Archipelago. Sheikh Abdul Rauf Singkel role’s is huge and able to elevate the Islamic civilization in Malay Archipelago.
30 Jun 2008-Journal of Al-Tamaddun
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