EXPANDING HORIZONS IN SYARIAH AND LAW SCHOLARSHIP
INSIGHTS FROM THE MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF SYARIAH AND LAW
Keywords:MJSL, Women's Legal Status, Intellectual Dialogue, Uncontrollable Children, Cultured meat, Punitive Labour, Territorial border, Maqasid al-shariah, Illegitimate Child, Halal Pharmaceutical, Continental Shelf
Volume 11, Issue 1 (2023) of the Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law (MJSL) showcases a diverse collection of articles and case studies that make significant contributions to the international scholarly community. The articles delve into crucial topics such as the treatment of uncontrollable children, offering a comparative analysis of international and Malaysian legal frameworks. Another article examines cultured meat through the lenses of fiqh and Sufism, providing valuable insights into its compatibility with Islamic principles. The study on punitive labor in Oman analyzes its application within the Omani legal system, considering its alignment with international standards. Additionally, the volume addresses the challenges of controlling territorial borders during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on maritime areas. The use of gelatin in halal pharmaceutical products is explored, ensuring compliance with Islamic dietary regulations. The volume also includes studies on the application of non-ratified international treaties, offering new perspectives on their judicial implementation. Furthermore, the contextualization of Maqasid al-Shariah according to the objectives of the individual, family, society, and humanity is thoroughly examined. A comparative analysis of social solidarity in Islam and contemporary economic systems contributes to the discourse on economic justice. The case studies within this volume provide insights into the constitutional position of the continental shelf in Malaysia, shedding light on the legal provisions and implications surrounding its resources. Additionally, protocols for validating the status of illegitimate children in Syariah law are presented, offering valuable guidance in teaching and learning approaches for this area of study. Lastly, an intellectual dialogue with an esteemed professor in peace and conflict studies enriches the scholarly conversation. A book review on advancing the legal status of women in Islamic law provides critical insights into this significant subject. The contributions within this volume deepen our understanding of these topics, stimulate further scholarly exploration, and foster the advancement of knowledge in the field of Syariah and Law.
Ab Mutalib, L., & Sawan, O. I. A. (2023). Pengesahan anak tak sah taraf-protokol pengajaran dan pembelajaran perundangan syariah menggunakan metode kajian kes: Verification of illegitimate children-shariah law teaching and learning protocols using case study method. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 154-169.
Abdalla, A., & Ali, N. M. (2023). Resolving conflicts wisely-a scholarly dialogue with emeritus professor in peace and conflict studies. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 170-175.
Abdelli, S. (2023). التطبيق القضائي للمعاهدات الدوليّة غير المصادق عليها: تقنياتٌ جديدة: Judicial application of unratified international treaties: New techniques. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 91-108.
al-Badi, Y. A. S., Mamat, Z., & Ahmad, N. M. (2023). العمل العقابي كأحد أساليب المعاملة العقابية في سلطنة عُمان في ضوء القانون العماني: Punitive work as one of the methods of punitive treatment in the sultanate of oman according to omani law. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 31-48.
al-Kilani, A. R. (2023). الهدي والأضاحي بين الماضي والحاضر ودورها في تحقيق مقاصد الحج الكبرى: Revisiting al-hadyu and al-udhiyyah sacrifice rituals: Unveiling their significance in relation to the major objectives of the hajj pilgrimage. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 79-90.
Burhanuddin, I. H., Shukri, A. S. M., Bakar, M. B. A., Sahid, M. M., & Adam, A. R. (2023). Cultured meat: An appraisal from the fiqh and sufi views of muslim scholars. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 14-30.
Farooq, M., & Khan, A. F. (2023). Advancing the legal status of women in islamic law. Mona samadi. Brill Nijhoff publications, Leiden & Boston, 2021, 222 pp., ISBN: 978-90-04-44693-9,€ 128.00 (hard cover). Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 176-179.
Husain, W. A. F. W. (2023). The constitutional position of continental shelf in Malaysia: In the case of the Malay states. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 142-153.
Manaf, M. K. S. A. (2023). Comparative analysis of international and Malaysian legal frameworks on the treatment on uncontrollable children: Is there any inconsistency? Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 1-13.
Rusli, M. H. M., Tajudin, A. A., Hassan, F. M., Meesanthan, C., & Dremliuga, R. (2023). Mengawal kawasan perairan dan wilayah perbatasan negara daripada pencerobohan pendatang asing tanpa izin: COVID-19: Safeguarding Malaysian waters and its frontiers from encroachments of illegal migrants. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 49-63.
Shuaib, M. M. A. (2023). التكافل الاجتماعي في الإسلام: دراسة مقارنة مع الأنظمة الاقتصادية المعاصرة: Takaful al-ijtima'i in Islam: A comparative study with contemporary economic systems. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 123-141.
Tukiran, N. A., Anuar, N. A. A., & Jamaludin, M. A. (2023). Gelatin in halal pharmaceutical products. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 64-78.
Wardi, M. C., A’la, A. ., & Nurhayati, S. . (2023). Contextualisation of al-maqasid al-kulliyat according to the objectives of the individual, family, society and humanity: An analysis on Jamaluddin Athiyah’s perspectives. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(1), 109-121.
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