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AJIS

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies (AJIS) is a peer-reviewed international academic journal of CISAC established in 2018

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Volume 5, Issue 2

The work featured in this issue includes:

  • Editor’s Introduction by Jan A Ali
  • Australian Muslim Citizens: Questions of Inclusion and Exclusion by Nahid Afrose Kabir
  • Citizenship in the Minds of Radical Islamists by Elisa Orofino
  • The “Muslim Question” and Muslim Cultural Citizenship in Australia by Rizwan Sahib
  • Muslim ‘Belonging’ in the West and Some Global Implication by Mohammed Jamal Haider
  • Muslims as Archetypal Suspect Citizens in Australia by Jan A Ali

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Volume 5, Issue 1

The work featured in this issue includes:

  • Disguised Commentary on the Quran: The Question of Form and Content in Rūmī’s Mathnawī by Abdul Gafar Olawale Fahm
  • Conversion to Islam: Review of Research Conducted between 2000-2020 on Western and Australian Converts to Islam by Bonne Martinot
  • Brevity in Hadith Texts: Dating of Short and Long Version of the Hadith on Lapidation by Mohammad Said Arrahawan
  • Indigenous Australians and Muslims: A History of Micro and Meso Dialogue prior to the 20th Century by David Sneddon
  • Polarising Javanese Society: Islamic and Other Visions c. 1830-1930 (book review) by Jonathon Piasente

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Volume 4, Issue 3

The work featured in this issue includes:

  • Towards Demystifying Islamophobia: A Muslim’s Perspective by Zouhir Gabsi
  • Human Rights and Guilt by Association: Said Nursi’s Renewal Approach by Salih Yucel
  • Religions and Environmental Ethics: A Comparative Study of John B. Cobb, Jr. and Seyyed Hossein Nasr by Md. Aby Sayem
  • Inner Peace in the Life of Said Nursi by Zuleyha Keskin
  • Gendered Morality: Male Normativity in Classical Ethics (book review) by Talha Rehman

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Volume 4, Issue 2

The work featured in this issue includes:

  • The Qur’an and Interpretation in the Classical Modernism: Tafsīrcentric Approach of Muhammad ‘Abduh by Hakan Coruh
  • The Qur’anic Exegesis of Muhammad Asad: The Mind, the Method and the Magnum-Opus by Murie Ahamed Hassan
  • A Brief Review and Critical Analysis of the Major Theological Positions Classical Muslim Scholars Had on Whether Actions Are Part of Iman by Amer Ali
  • Qur’anic Surahs’ Names: A Study on their Origin and Multiplicity by Ali Yunis Aldahesh
  • Islam as Education: Pedagogies of Pilgrimage, Prophecy, and Jihad (book review) by Salih Yucel

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Volume 4, Issue 1

The work featured in this issue includes:

  • Re-Examining the Story of Banū Qurayzah Jews in Medina with a Reference to the Account of Ibn Ishāq by Sadik Kirazli
  • No Looking Back: Islam and Identity in Contemporary Australian Art by Sam Bowker
  • An Assessment of Arberry’s Translation of Emphasis in Qur’anic Dialogue by Lama Edris
  • On the Edge of Bultmann’s Demythologisation: Muhammad ‘Abduh’s Hermeneutical Avicennism on the Qur’an as a Source of Scientific Knowledge by Mohammad Abu Shareea
  • Muslim Women, Domestic Violence, and Psychotherapy: Theological and Clinical Issue (book review) by Salih Yucel

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