Astrolabe - A CIS Student Research Journal: Volume 2020 Issue 2

Astrolabe is a student research journal that is published on behalf of the College of Islamic Studies (CIS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) by HBKU Press. The opinions expressed herein are solely those of the individual student authors and in no way represent the institutional opinion of CIS, its faculty, or affiliates. Astrolabe is a student publication platform created in the spirit of our Islamic heritage and the quest of students to engage with issues of significance to Muslims in the contemporary global context.

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LAMHA - A CIS Bulletin AY 2020-2021 Issue 2

Lamha is a College of Islamic Studies (CIS) Bulletin. It aims to capture the various activities and initiatives that the CIS community engages in over a period of time – at student, faculty, researcher, staff, and an overall community level. Check out the "Related Recommended Readings" under the eBook to browse all issues!

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LAMHA - A CIS Bulletin AY 2020-2021 Issue 1

Lamha is a College of Islamic Studies (CIS) Bulletin. It aims to capture the various activities and initiatives that the CIS community engages in over a period of time – at student, faculty, researcher, staff, and an overall community level. Check out the "Related Recommended Readings" under the eBook to browse all issues!

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LAMHA - A CIS Bulletin AY 2019-2020 Issue 4

Lamha is a College of Islamic Studies (CIS) Bulletin. It aims to capture the various activities and initiatives that the CIS community engages in over a period of time – at student, faculty, researcher, staff, and an overall community level. Check out the "Related Recommended Readings" under the eBook to browse all issues!

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LAMHA - A CIS Bulletin AY 2019-2020 Issue 3

Lamha is a College of Islamic Studies (CIS) Bulletin. It aims to capture the various activities and initiatives that the CIS community engages in over a period of time – at student, faculty, researcher, staff, and an overall community level. Check out the "Related Recommended Readings" under the eBook to browse all issues!

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LAMHA - A CIS Bulletin AY 2019-2020 Issue 2

Lamha is a College of Islamic Studies (CIS) Bulletin. It aims to capture the various activities and initiatives that the CIS community engages in over a period of time – at student, faculty, researcher, staff, and an overall community level. Check out the "Related Recommended Readings" under the eBook to browse all issues!

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Inaugural Issue: LAMHA - A CIS Bulletin AY 2019-2020 Issue 1

Lamha is a College of Islamic Studies (CIS) Bulletin. It aims to capture the various activities and initiatives that the CIS community engages in over a period of time – at student, faculty, researcher, staff, and an overall community level. Check out the "Related Recommended Readings" under the eBook to browse all issues!

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Application is now open for Local Students: M.A. in Applied Islamic Ethics

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?

The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE), and Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), cordially announce the opening of the online application for the MA in Applied Islamic Ethics (AIE), the first program of its kind worldwide.

Master of Arts in Applied Islamic Ethics

Our modern world is shaped by remarkable developments in almost all aspects of life, including politics, socio-economic affairs, and gender relationships, in addition to biomedical and technological advancements. Besides their great benefits, these developments and advancements have also raised deep moral questions and challenges.
 

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