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Summer School 2020 Islamic Ethics and the Covid-19 Pandemic 9-12 August 2020
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CILE Journal of Islamic Ethics: Volume 3 is out
By Dr. Mu’taz Alkhatib, Assistant Professor of Methodology and Ethics, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar.
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) is pleased to announce that the peer-reviewed Journal of
Call for Research Papers Narrative and Ethics: The Morals of the Qurʾanic Stories and Beyond 27-29 January 2020  
As part of his work on the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) Project on
By Dr. Mu’taz Alkhatib, Assistant Professor of Methodology and Ethics, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar.
Would you like to participate in the CILE next Summer School in Granada, June 2015?
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) is pleased to invite you to its upcoming Summer School in Granada, Spain, from 16th to 20th May, 2016.
Submissions should be sent to: Dr. Carrie York Al-Karam
Are you interested in having Master of Arts (MA) degree in a pioneer field with great potential for both academia and the wider labor market?
Summer School 2020 Islamic Ethics and the Covid-19 Pandemic 9-12 August 2020
Call for Paper International Seminar
#CILE2019 A Global Ethical Approach to Social Justice and Environmental Issues   Opening Session
CILE Winter School on Applied Islamic Ethics 6-9 January 2020 Doha, Qatar

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9-12 August 2020, in collaboration with Leuven Centre for the Study of Islam Culture and Society.

[Update March 10, 2020: Postponed]

Feminist studies have recently shifted the focus from women rights and their position in society to the role of women in producing religious knowledge.

[Update March 10, 2020: Postponed]

Feminist studies have recently shifted the focus from women rights and their position in society to the role of women in producing religious knowledge.

Ethics and Maqasid

15-19 May 2017

Join us at the auditorium of the College of Islamic Studies, HBKU

Part of CILE California Lecture Series

Part of CILE California Public Lecture Series

Part of CILE California Public Lecture Series

Part of CILE California Public Lecture Series

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Philip Molyneux*  
Evaluation of the Main Approaches to Understanding the Nature of Human Beings in Contemporary Psychology and in the Islamic Heritage   Abdur Rasjid Skinner*  
The obligation of the Shari’ah is to provide the well-being of all Mankind, which lies in safeguarding their faith, their human self, their intellect, their progeny and their wealth.
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
The last three hundred years of Muslim history has witnessed the gap between law and ethics widen. Throughout various intervals in history, the discipline of law lost its connection with the ethical paradigm of Islam. The Islamic faith has been reduced to a legal barometer, a code of halal and …
First baby born by womb transplantation: "it is a sisterhood thing"
There are those who, from childhood, are inclined to exhibit generosity, honesty, and patience while others seem inclined towards the opposite.
Regular and frequent consumption of meat has become a staple of food culture. In Western and also in Arab countries traditional dishes mostly contain meat or dairy products. Its consumption is a regular feature of food culture and it would be almost impossible for many to imagine a life without it.
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
[This research paper was presented at CILE 7th  Annual International Conference – Doha, Qatar – March 23, 2019]    
This paper discusses the responses of two groups of Muslim-majority countries to the Syrian refugee crisis that has grown out of the Syrian conflict; the Gulf states, and three of Syria’s neighbouring countries (Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon). Their treatment of Syrian refugees is considered on three…
God has created Man and settled him on earth and put the earth at his service. God has also sent Messengers with divine laws to guide Man to achieve the purpose of his/her creation, namely, to be God’s vicegerent on earth.

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