INTERDISCIPLINARY INSIGHTS INTO SYARIAH AND LEGAL DISCOURSE: NAVIGATING CRITICAL DIMENSIONS, CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES, AND GLOBAL IMPACT

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https://doi.org/10.33102/mjsl.vol11no2.706

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MJSL, Islamic jurisprudence, Legal discourse, Islamic finance, Legal framework, COVID-19 policies, Foreign investment, Extremism, Poverty alleviation, Intellectual property, Emerging technology

Abstract

The Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law (MJSL) Volume 11, Issue 2 for 2023, presents a diverse collection of sixteen articles that explore various dimensions of Syariah and Law. This issue features sixteen diverse articles traversing critical dimensions within the domains of Syariah and Law. The illuminating scholarship inquiries into conflicts surrounding land development legislation in Malaysia as a case study, intersections between self-determination and terrorism under international law, innovative Islamic financing mechanisms, preventative health policies in religious institutions, issues impacting the elderly, variations in Shariah governance models, dynamics shaping traditional governance structures, legal and political considerations around foreign investments, extremism affecting the Islamic community and ethical foundations guiding the Islamic finance industry. The Commentaries section discusses specific issues within the focus towards leveraging Islamic finance principles for poverty alleviation, the constitutionality of Section 498 of the Penal Code at the intersection of Islamic teachings, personal law, and morality in Malaysia and emerging technologies to transform intellectual property security. Collectively, these articles underscore MJSL’s emergence as a leading platform for discourse surrounding Islamic jurisprudence, legislation, finance, ethics and contemporary challenges at the intersection of syariah and law. These articles collectively contribute to a global perspective on legal discourse, reflecting MJSL's commitment to high editorial standards and impactful research dissemination. The inclusion of MJSL in Scopus beginning in July 2023, with content retrospective to 2019, signifies a significant milestone that emphasizes the journal's worldwide significance and dedication to academic distinction.

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Published

2023-12-31

How to Cite

Baharuddin, A. S. (2023). INTERDISCIPLINARY INSIGHTS INTO SYARIAH AND LEGAL DISCOURSE: NAVIGATING CRITICAL DIMENSIONS, CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES, AND GLOBAL IMPACT. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 11(2), v-x. https://doi.org/10.33102/mjsl.vol11no2.706

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