B.Sc. in Islamic Banking and Finance 2020Program ComponentsCourse TypeUniversityRequirement9%CRDUniversity Requirement (UR)11College Requirement (CR)42Major Requirement (MR)30Major Support Requirement (MSR)21General Studies Electives (GSE) 19Minor Requirements (Minor) 2General StudiesElectives7%Major SupportRequirement16%15or Single Track (ME)Total Credit (CRD)128MR- Training (Yes)3Minor or ME forSingle Track12%CollegeRequirement33%Major Requirement23%1General Studies ElectivesAny three courses at 100, 200, 300, or 400 levels may be taken as General-Studies Elective. This excludes coursesoffered by the College of Business Administration. The following courses are also excluded: Stat 105, ITBIS 105, ENGL101, 102, 125, 126, 154, 155, 191, 192, 219 and 242.2A Student can register in Minor courses after completing 84 Credit.Teaching Language: EnglishDetailed Study PlanYear 1 - Semester 1Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPAACC 112Financial Accounting I3-0-3CR------NoECON 140Microeconomics3-0-3CR------NoENGL 145English for Business I3-0-3MSR------NoMATHS 103Mathematics for BusinessManagement I3-0-3MSR------NoHRLC 107Human Rights2-0-2UR------No1
Year 1 - Semester 2Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPAACC 113Financial Accounting II3-0-3CRACC 112NoARAB 110Arabic Language Skills3-0-3UR------NoECON 141Macroeconomics3-0-3CRECON 140NoENGL 146English for Business II3-0-3MSRENGL 145NoMGT 230Organization and Management3-0-3CR------NoMATHS 104Mathematics for BusinessManagement II3-0-3MSRMATHS 103NoCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPA3-2-3MSR------No3-0-3UR------NoYear 2 - Semester 3Course CodeBIS 202HIST 122Course TitleComputers and Business InformationSystemsModern History of Bahrain andCitizenshipFIN 220Financial Management I3-0-3CRACC 113NoMGT 233Organizational Behavior3-0-3CRMGT 230NoMKT 261Marketing Management3-0-3CR------NoQM 250Introduction to Statistics3-0-3CRMATHS 104NoYear 2 - Semester 4Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPAFIN 221Financial Markets and Institutions3-0-3CRFIN 220 &ECON 141NoISLM 101Islamic Culture3-0-3UR------NoLAW 238Commercial Law3-0-3MSR------NoMKT 264Intermediate Marketing3-0-3CRMKT 261NoSBF270Islamic Banking and Finance3-0-3CRFIN 220YesGSE XXXGeneral Studies Elective 13-0-3GSE------No2
Year 3 - Semester 5Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPASBF 271Islamic Law of Contracts3-0-3MRSBF270YesMGT 437Business Ethics3-0-3CRMGT 233NoQM 350Operations Research3-0-3CRQM 250NoENGL 341Report Writing for Business3-0-3MSRENGL 146NoGSE XXXGeneral Studies Elective 23-0-3GSE------NoYear 3 - Semester 6Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPASBF 272Islamic Financial Services3-0-3MRSBF 271YesSBF369Islamic CommercialJurisprudence I3-0-3MRSBF 271YesSBF469Riba and Forbidden Sales3-0-3MRSBF 271YesSBF472Islamic Insurance and RiskManagement3-0-3MRSBF 271YesSBF382Fiqh of Zakat3-0-3MRSBF 271YesYear 4 - Semester 7Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPASBF373Islamic CommercialJurisprudence II3-0-3MRSBF 369YesSBF481Rules and Principles and HigherObjectives of Sharia3-0-3MRSingleTrack/MinorMajor Elective/MinorSingleTrack/MinorMajor Elective2/MinorGSE XXXGeneral Studies Elective323-0-33-0-33-0-33MEMinorMEMinorGSEYesAs per list A/Completionof 84CreditsAs per list A/Completionof 84Credits------YesNoYesNoNo
Year 4 - Semester 8Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPASBF 498Internship and GraduationProject in Islamic Finance3-0-3MRCompletionof 111creditsYesSBF 473Islamic CommercialJurisprudence III3-0-3MRSBF373YesSingleTrack/MinorMajor Elective2/Minor3-0-3MEMinorSingleTrack/MinorMajor Elective2/Minor3-0-3SingleTrack/MinorMajor Elective2/Minor3-0-3MEMinorMEMinorAs per list A/Completionof 84CreditsAs per list A/Completionof 84CreditsAs per list A/Completionof 84CreditsYesNoYesNoYesNoList A - Major Elective CoursesCourse CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMajor GPASBF370Islamic Capital Markets3-0-3MESBF 271YesSBF377Companies in Islamic Jurisprudence3-0-3MESBF 271YesSBF383Fiqh of Waqf3-0-3MESBF 271YesSBF470Islamic Accounting Standards3-0-3MEACC113YesSBF483Sharia Audit3-0-3MESBF484Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence IV3-0-3MESBF485Sharia Standards3-0-3ME4YesSBF373YesYes
List B – Minor CoursesMinor in Accounting (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePreRequisiteMinor GPAACC 211Intermediate Accounting I3-0-3MinorACC 113YesACC 221Cost Accounting3-0-3MinorACC 113YesACC 231Auditing I3-0-3MinorACC 113YesACC 325Managerial Accounting3-0-3MinorACC 221YesACC 451Accounting Systems and Controls3-0-3MinorACC 211 &ACC 221YesMinor in Economics (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypeECON 340Managerial Economics3-0-3MinorECON 341Monetary Economics3-0-3MinorECON 427Seminar in Economics3-0-3MinorECON 440International Economics3-0-3MinorECON 441Econometrics3-0-3MinorPrerequisiteECON 140 &QM 250ECON 141 &MATHS 104ECON 141 &FIN 221ECON 141 &FIN 221Minor GPAYesYesYesYesQM 350YesMinor in Finance (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMinor GPAFIN 222Risk Management and Insurance3-0-3MinorFIN 220YesFIN 320Financial Management II3-0-3MinorFIN 220YesBANK 323Commercial Banking3-0-3MinorFIN 221YesBANK 411Islamic Financial Institutions3-0-3MinorFIN 221YesFIN 424Investment Management3-0-3MinorFIN 320Yes5
Minor in International Business (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteECON 141 &FIN 221ECON 440International Economics3-0-3MinorFIN 426International Financial Management3-0-3MinorFIN 221YesMGT 439International Business3-0-3MinorMGT 233YesACC 402International Accounting Issues3-0-3MinorACC 113YesMKT 463International Marketing3-0-3MinorMKT 261YesMinor GPAYesMinor in Management (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMinor GPAMGT 236Production Management3-0-3MinorMGT 230YesMGT 239Managing Small Business3-0-3MinorMGT 230YesMGT 340Supply Chain Management3-0-3MinorMGT 230YesMGT 430Human Resources and PersonnelManagement3-0-3MinorMGT 230YesMGT 434Strategic Management3-0-3MinorMGT 230 &completionof 96 creditsYesMinor in Marketing (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMinor GPAMKT 263Promotion Management3-0-3MinorMKT 261YesMKT 268Personal Selling3-0-3MinorMKT 261YesMKT 362Marketing Research3-0-3MinorMKT 464Strategic Marketing3-0-3MinorMKT 465Services Marketing3-0-3Minor6MKT 261 &QM250MKT 261 &completionof 90 CreditMKT 264YesYesYes
Minor in Entrepreneurship (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMinor GPAENTR401Introduction to g eneurial Strategies3-0-3MinorENTR401YesENTR404Contemporary Issues ofEntrepreneurship3-0-3MinorENTR401YesENTR405New Venture Creation3-0-3MinorENTR401YesMinor in Business Analytics (15 Credits)Course CodeCourse TitleCourseHoursCourse TypePrerequisiteMinor GPAQM353Business Statistics3-0-3MinorQM350YesQM354Data Visualization3-0-3MinorQM250YesQM455Data Mining3-2-3MinorBIS202,QM250YesQM456Business Intelligence3-2-3MinorQM455YesQM457Big Data Applications and Analytics3-2-3MinorQM455YesList C - General Studies Elective CoursesCourse SEFREN 141303GSE------Basic Chinese Language303GSECHL 101EDTC 100Teaching and Learning Technology303GSE------EDPS 144Psychology of Learning and Memory303GSE------ART 133Fundamentals of Music and ItsAppreciation303GSE------ART 141Drawing and Painting213GSE------ART 221Traditional Music of Bahrain and ItsApplication303GSE------Course CodeCourse TitleFREN 141French I30FREN 142French II3CHL 101Introduction to Chinese LanguageCHL 1027
Course SE------303GSEJAPN 101Introduction to German303GSE------KL 101Korean Language I303GSE------KL 102Korean Language II303GSEKL 101TL 101Turkish Language303GSE------ENGL 130Introduction to Literature303GSE------PSYC 103Introduction to Psychology303GSE------PSYC 120Psychology of Marriage303GSE------PSYC 211Educational Psychology303GSE------PSYC 281Thinking Skills303GSEPSYC 103 orEDPS 241SOCIO 161Introduction to Sociology303GSE------SOCIO 181Introduction to Anthropology303GSE------SOCIO 191Citizenship, Identity and Globalization303GSE------SOCIO 224Sociology of Health303GSE------SOCIO 226Sociology of Arabian Gulf303GSE------HISTO 212Contemporary History of The Arab World303GSE------HISTO 281Landmarks of Islamic Civilisation303GSE------ARAB 141Modern Arabic Lit.303GSE------ARAB 242Arabic Poetry In The Renaissance Period303GSE------ISLM 114Quranic Sciences303GSE------ISLM 136Biography of The Prophet303GSE------ISLM 141Introduction to Shari'A303GSE------ISLM 252Islamic Doctrine303GSE------LAW 101Introduction to Legal Studies303GSE------LAW 102History of Law303GSE------LAW 106Constitutional Law I303GSE------PHYCS 181Elementary Astronomy233GSE------------GSE XXXOther electivesXX3GSEDepartmentApprovalCourse CodeCourse TitleEDAR 126Playing on Piano and Org 130JAPN 101Japanese Level I3JAPN 102Japanese Level IIGERM 1018
Major Requirement Courses DescriptionsCourse Code: SBF 271Course Title: Islamic Law of ContractsMoney and property in Islamic Sharia, contract being the reason for property, contract divisions and effects, acomparative study of sale contracts, the legitimate and forbidden contracts, contract cancellation choices, types ofcompanies, and law of contracts in common Law.Course Code: SBF 272Course Title: Islamic Financial ServicesServices provided by commercial banks and the alternatives provided by Islamic banks such as: credit cards, transferof debt, letters of guarantee, letters of credit, documentary credit, and agency and loan.Course Code: SBF 369Course Title: Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence IIslamic financial contracts of sale (Albai’), Murabaha, Salam, Istisna’, Sarf (money exchange), Sukuk (Islamic bonds),Iqala (cancellation), and Muzara’a; role of Islamic ethics in financial contracts; and comparison of Islamic financialcontracts with Shari’a standards such as that of Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic FinancialInstitutions (AAOIFI).Course Code: SBF 469Course Title: Riba and Forbidden SalesDefinitions, types, causes of prohibition, socio-economic consequences, and the negative impact of Riba (usury) andother prohibited sale contracts in Islam compared to interest-based economic systems.Course Code: SBF 472Course Title: Islamic Insurance and Risk ManagementConventional insurance and re-insurance; Islamic insurance and re-insurance (Takaful) concept, principles, types,operational modes, applications, market structure, undertakings, constraints, opportunities, subscription, claimsmanagement, surplus distribution, risk management, and actuarial concepts and practices.Course Code : SBF 373Course Title: Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence IIIslamic financial contracts of loan (Qardh), lease (Ijara), Ju›ala, agency (Wekala), personal guarantee (Kafala), moneytransfer (Hawala), mortgage (Rahn), and role of Islamic ethics in financial contracts, comparison of Islamic financialcontracts with Shari’a standards such as the AAOIFI.Course Code : SBF 382Course Title: Fiqh of ZakatZakat value system, concept, provisions, reasons, conditions, obligations, calculation, collection, distribution, andreporting.Course Code: SBF 473Course Title: Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence IIIIslamic financial contracts of gift (Hiba), deposit (I›da›), lending (I›ara), amicable dispute settlment (Sulh), quitclaim(Ibra›), Istihqaq, settlement of debt by set-off (Maqasa), compulsion (Ikrah), and preemption (Shuf›a), role of Islamicethics in financial contracts, and comparison of Islamic financial contracts with Shari’a standards such as the AAOIFI.Course Code: SBF 481Course Title: Rules, Principles and Higher Objectives of ShariaA study of the most important issues of Principles of Shari’a, Rules of Jurisprudence, and the Higher Objectives ofShari’a related to Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence.Course Code: SBF 498Course Title: Internship and Graduation Project in Islamic FinanceThe course offers students the opportunity to participate in real-life work experience in the Islamic Finance field.Students will be responsible for their own placement in an internship approved by the course instructor. Studentswill work under the supervision of the course instructor and the guidance of the trainer on a topic relevant to theIslamic Finance field. The final written report should include the final project, the internship performance review,the attendance sheet, Trainer evaluation form and the updated CV.9
Elective Courses (Single Track)Course Code: SBF 370Course Title: Islamic Capital MarketsStructure of Islamic capital markets and financial institutions and instruments, historical development, role ineconomic development, and capital mobilization by Shari’a compliant products in the equity and debt markets.Course Code: SBF 377Course Title: Companies in Islamic JurisprudenceIslamic law definition of a company, company establishment, type of companies, difference between company andpartnership, and allowable and unallowable purchase of shares or stock.Course Code: SBF 383Course Title: Fiqh of WaqfWaqf value system, concept, provisions, reasons, conditions, and impact on economic life and social welfare, role ofthe state and private sector in its development; and Zakat and Waqf modern issues.Course Code: SBF 470Course Tile: Islamic Accounting StandardsPrinciples, concepts, constraints, methods, and techniques of accounting in accordance with Islamic Sharia principlesand standards, and review of Islamic accounting standards of the AAOIFI compared to International FinancialReporting (IFR) standards.Course Code: SBF 483Course Title: Sharia AuditShari’a Internal, External Supervion and Auditing in Islamic Banks: Concepts, Systems, tools, Mechanisms,Procedures and Quality.Course Code : SBF 484Course Title: Islamic Commercial Jurisprudence IVIslamic financial contracts of amicable dispute Settlement (Sulh), Quitclaim (Ibra'), Istihqaq, Compulsion (Ikrah), andPreemption (Shuf'a); role of Islamic ethics in financial contracts, and comparison of Islamic financial contracts withShari’a standards such as the AAOIFI.(Prerequisite: SBF 373)Course Code: SBF 485Course Title: Sharia StandardsA study of a number of AAIOFI Shari’a standards, such as: Conversion of a Conventional Banks to an Islamic Bank,Sale of Commodities in Organized Markets, Concession Contracts, Combination of Contracts, Indices, OnlineFinancial Dealings, Insolvency, Obtaining and Deploying Liquidity, and Protection of Capital and investments.10
Minor in Accounting (15 Credits)Course Code: ACC 211Course Title: Intermediate Accounting IThe environment of financial accounting and the development of accounting standards; conceptual frameworkunderlying financial accounting; review of accounting process; statement of income and retained earnings; balancesheet and statement of cash flows; cash; receivables; valuation of inventories; acquisition and disposal of property;plant and equipment; depreciation and depletion.Course Code: ACC 221Course Title: Cost AccountingCost terms and concepts; cost classification; job costing; process costing; standard costing; income effects ofalternative product costing methods; cost allocation.Course Code: ACC 231Course Title: Auditing IAn overview of auditing; professional ethics; audit evidence and documentation; the study and evaluation of internalcontrol; audit of cash; securities; receivables; inventories; fixed assets; current and long-term liabilities; proprietaryaccounts; income statement; the audit report.Course Code: ACC 325Course Title: Managerial AccountingIntroduction to cost behavior and cost-volume-profit relationships; relevant information and decision making; themaster budget; flexible budgets and variances; management control system and responsibility accounting.Course Code: ACC 451Course Title: Accounting Systems and ControlsAn analysis of systems and procedures; elements of the accounting system; design of books and forms; orderprocedures; sales procedures; cash receipts and disbursement procedures; accounts receivable procedures;accounts payable and payroll procedures; cost system and reports.Minor in Economics (15 Credits)Course Code:ECON 340Course Title:Managerial EconomicsThe application of economic theory and methodology to decision-making problems faced by private and publicinstitutions. How to combine the scarce economic resources of a business so that their resources are allocated inthe most efficient manner to maximize the value of their enterprise, theory and estimation of demand, productionand cost, market structure and pricing policies.Course Code:ECON 341Course Title:Monetary EconomicsTopics in monetary theory and policy, including foundations of monetary theory; monetary policy effects; inflation;international monetary system; money and economic growth; government debt and deficits; savings andinvestment.Course Code:ECON 427Course Title:Seminar in EconomicsThe objective of this course is to provide an overview of major topics and recent developments in Economics. Thecourse will cover classic papers and research that represent some of the most frontier developments in the field.The course will prepare students to develop potential research topics and present a research paper in Economics aswell as the different techniques researchers use to approach answering those questions.Course Code:ECON 440Course Title:International EconomicsIntroduction to international economics, why nations trade, the sources of comparative advantage, the commercialpolicy and the institutional aspects of the world trading system, exchange rates, exchange rate systems' impact onmoney and banking, and it studies theories of balance of payments adjustments and foreign direct investments.Course Code:ECON 441Course Title:EconometricsBasic econometric techniques, emphasizing the applications of least squares to cross section and time-series data.Covers mainly the simple and multiple linear regression model, the associated distribution theory and testingprocedures; corrections for autocorrelation, heteroskedasticity, multi-collinearity; and other extensions such assimultaneous equations. Students also apply the techniques to a variety of data sets using PCs.11
Minor in Finance (15 Credits)Course Code:FIN 222Course Title:Risk Management & InsuranceCovers the basic concepts of risk management and types of insurance; application of probability theory; sources anduses of funds for insurance companies; profitability of the insurance companies; competition in the insuranceindustry; the impact of the new World Trade Agreements on the insurance business.Course Code:FIN 320Course Title:Financial Management IIDetailed analysis of capital budgeting under conditions of uncertainty: cost of capital, capital structure, dividendpolicy, long-term financing, capital markets, investment banking, common stocks, preferred stocks, debtinstruments, leasing, convertibles, mergers and acquisitions, introduction to international finance, small companyfinance, and failure and reorganization.Course Code:BANK 323Course Title:Commercial BankingIntroduction to commercial banking, structure of banking system, internal organization of commercial banks, assetmanagement, liability management, capital management, financial analysis of bank's statements, credit analysis andloan policies, various types of loans, trust services of commercial banks and international banking.Course Code:BANK 411Course Title:Islamic Financial InstitutionsPrinciples of Islamic banking, alternatives of interest-free banking, application of alternative methods of investment,a comparative study with the conventional banking, current issues and future of Islamic banking. The str
LAW 238 Commercial Law 3-0-3 MSR ----- No MKT 264 Intermediate Marketing 3-0-3 CR MKT 261 No SBF270 Islamic Banking and Finance 3-0-3 CR FIN 220 Yes GSE XXX General Studies Elective 1 3-0-3 GSE ----- No . 3 Year 3 -Semester 5 Course Code Course Title Course Hours Course Type .
Products offered by Islamic Banking Branches of Conventional Banks 61-129 4 Important terms on Islamic Banking 130 Disclaimer: The document is prepared for general information only. The information provided in this document is subject to change by the Islamic Banking Institutions (IBIs) and may not exactly match the IBI's
Islamic Banking Bulletin October - December 2020 1 Progress & Market Share of Islamic Banking Industry Overview During the quarter under review (October-December 2020), the asset base of Islamic Banking Industry (IBI) grew by 12.1 percent (Rs. 461 billion) and reached Rs. 4,269 billion. Similarly, the
Answer: Islamic banking is defined as banking system which is in consonance with the spirit, ethos and value system of Islam and governed by the principles laid down by Islamic Shariah. Interest free banking is a narrow concept denoting a number of banking instruments or operations which a
Introduction 3-1 3. Introduction Islamic Banking is a banking system that is based on the principles of Shariah (Islamic law) and guided by the Islamic economics. The Shariah Laws provide guidance on each and every aspect of human life, and the laws which govern and guide financial and commercial transac
stakeholders. The value of global Islamic banking assets reached an estimated USD1.48tln as at 1H2014, having recorded a CAGR of 16.89% between 2008 and 2013. The largest Islamic banking markets are in in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and Asia: MENA (ex-GCC) accounts for 42.9% of the total Islamic banking assets worldwide; the Gulf
2. R.K. Gupta, Banking - Law and Practice (2nd ed. 2008) 3. Mark Hapgood, Paget’s Law of Banking (13th ed., 2007) 4. M.L. Tannam, Banking Law and Practice in India (23rd ed., 2010) Topic 1: The Evolution of Banking Services and its History in India History of Banking in India, Bank Nationalization and social control over banking, Various
political and social climates of the times (Nasser 1996, p. 25). In addition, the Western banking model was well established and no Islamic alternative existed; this was because Muslims did not have enough knowledge about the Islamic banking practices from the golden age of Islam (Nasser 1996, p. 25).
CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS ISLAMIC BANKING IN PAKISTAN Abdul Ghafoor Awan & Maliha Azhar Department of Business Administration, Institute of Southern Punjab-Pakistan ABSTRACT: Islamic banking is one of the most developing sectors in Pakistan. This study reveals the relationship between consumer behavior
Pakistan is a Muslim country; the Islamic banking industry is the most developing sector in the banking sector of Pakistan as demonstrated by the growth of itself and the growth of Islamic wealth. This is because of the Muslims directions towards the Islam. On the other hand, GoP pays full at
AlHuda Center of Islamic Banking and Islamic Economics is a recognized name in Islamic banking and . international nanking, product development and implementation. He has developed some unique and innovative banking products as per the needs and demands in the local markets. . Kenya School of Monetary Studies, Central Bank of Kenya, Kenya .
acceptance of Islamic Banking in high-growth emerging markets and European countries Islamic banking has spread extensively over the years to span multiple geographies. The regions experiencing significant growth are Middle East, South Asia and North Africa, the obvious reason being the larger number of followers of Islam in these regions.
Chapter10: RF Banking Modelfor the 21st Century: Developingthe Shari’aa-BasedFinance Model 226 The Puzzle and the Challenge of Developing RF Banking and Financing 227 Legaland Financial Categories 227 Participants in the Development of Modern RF Banking 232 RF Banking Consumers and
Health and Illness from an Islamic Perspective MAJED A. ASHY ABSTRACT. The Islamic understanding of the human self, its purpose and functions has a great effect on Muslims' understanding of themselves and on Islamic culture. Islamic psychology is a
4. Some Related Issues 71 4.1 Role of Revelation 72 4.2 The Assumption of an Ideal Islamic Society 73 4.3 General Theory of Islamic Economy 73 5. Concluding Remarks 77 Four Islamic Economics in Practice 79 1. Islamic Banks 79 2. Zak ah 81 3. Insurance 82 4. Waqf 82 5. Al-Hisbah 83 Five Hope for the Future 85 l. Introduction 85 2.
Islamic Incantations, Charms, and Spells 48 Islamic Superstitions 49 The Magical Power of Muhammad’s Blood, Urine, and Excrement 51 Muhammad’s Mojeja (Miracles) 51 Islamic Supernatural Power 52 Muhammad’s Night Journey (Isra and Miraj) 54 Islamic Heart Surgery on Muhammad 55 CHAPTER 7 57
Conception of Islam in 'Islamic' Education Here we come to a central issue within the discourse on Islamic education, namely its underlying conception of Islam. Ould Bah (1998) argues that 'Islamic' meant that education was intimately related to Islam and God. I am often asked: Is the study of philos
Sacred geometry – Golden ratio - Fibonacci sequence - Islamic art – Islamic architecture . Introduction: The Islamic art is an expression of Islamic faith thoughts and is a reflection of it. In addition, as beauty, the eyes by which the Muslim recognizes the around world, and as meditation, the
Islamic family law is a major component of the body of stipulations, commands, and ethical guidance that collectively make up the sharīʿa, often known (somewhat misleadingly) in popu-lar discourse as Islamic law. Indeed, in some ways, family law has emerged as the predomi-nant domain of Islamic law as it exists in the modern world.
banking industry, ignite innovation and enhance the public’s experience with the financial services industry. 4 The future of banking is open. Open Banking regulation has evolved from the original intent The UK started introducing an Open Banking Standard in 2016 to make the banking sector work harder for the benefit of consumers. The implementation of the standard was guided by .
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