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Updated 28 Dec 2014
CURRICULUM VITAE
Name
:
Dr. Mohammad Mumtaz Ali
Designation
:
Professor, KIRKHS, IIUM
Date of Birth
:
15th June 1955
Place of Birth
:
Hyderabad, India
Nationality
:
Indian
Address
:
Department of Usul-al-Din and Comparative Religion
Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human
Sciences
International Islamic University Malaysia
Jalan Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Office Phone
(+60) 3 6196 5557
Office Fax
(+60) 3 6196 4858
Residence Phone
(+60) 3 41319857
Mobile
(+60) 19 376 3130
E-mail
[email protected]
Academic Qualifications
1.
H.S.C
Mathematics & Science
1969
2.
P.U.C.
Economics & Civics
1970
3.
B.A. [Part I]
English
1974
Political Science
1974
Political Science
1976
[Part II]
4.
M.A.
1
5.
M.Phil.
Islamic Studies
1985
6.
Ph.D.
Islamic Studies
1986
Areas of Research for MPhil and PhD
1.
M. Phil
A Short History of Muslim Immigrants in 200 pages
Great Britain
2.
Ph. D
Islam in the West - A Case Study of 385 pages
Muslims in Great Britain
Specialization
Modern and Contemporary Islamic Thought: This includes Development, Modernization,
Research Methodology, Methodological and Epistemological Issues, Islamization of
Knowledge and Research Methods, Muslim Minorities and Contemporary Issues in
Islamic Thought.
National Book Award 2014
Received the National Book Award 2014 as the best book under the categoryContemporary Islamic Thought- for the book entitled “Issues in Islamization of Human
Knowledge: Civilization Building Discourse of Contemporary Muslim Thinkers.”
The AWARD was jointly organized by The National Book Development Foundation of
the Government of Malaysia and The Federation of National Writer Associations of
Malaysia.
Award was delivered by The Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdullah bin Haji
Ahmad Badawi on 11th December 2014.
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Publication of Books
1.
Muslims in Great Britain - A Comprehensive Bibliography [Booklet],
Islamic Foundation, U.K., 1990
2.
The
Concepts
of
Islamic
Ummah
and
Shariah:
Contemporary
Methodological Issues, Pelanduk Publications, P.J., 1992
3.
Islam and the Western Philosophy of Knowledge: Reflections on Some
Aspects: Pelanduk Publications, P.J., 1994
4.
Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Islamic Research:
A Few
Milestones, [edited], Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, K.L., 1995
5.
The Muslim Community in Britain: An Historical Account, Pelanduk
Publications, P.J. 1996
6.
Modern Islamic Movements: Models, Problems and Prospects, [edited]
A.S. Noordeen, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1999
7.
Tehrik -e- Islami Aur Uskey Masaial [in Urdu] Tasnifee Academy, New
Delhi, 2003
8.
Tahzeebi Tasadum Ya Tahzeebi Baqai-I-Bahami [in Urdu] Manshurat
Masurah, Multan Road, Lahore, 2006
9.
The Clash of Civilizational Peaceful Co-Existence: An Analysis of the
Views of Huntington and Khurshid Ahmad, The Other Press, Kuala
Lumpur, 2006
10
Critical Thinking: An Islamic Perspective, Thinkers Library, Kuala
Lumpur, 2008
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The Philosophy of Science: Western and Islamic Perspectives on Certain
Aspects, Thinkers Library, Kuala Lumpur, 2009
12.
The Failure of Modernity and the Development of Contemporary Islamic
Revivalist Discourse: Towards an Alternative Civilizational
Development, 2010.
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13.
The History and Philosophy of Islamization of Knowledge: A Preliminary
Study of the Pioneer’s Thought, IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
2010. Third Print 2013
14.
Islamic Critical Thinking, [revised second edition of my previous book
entitled Critical Thinking: An Islamic Perspective] by Pearson Malaysia,
Kuala Lumpur, 2011.
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Issues in Islamization of Human Knowledge: Civilization Building
Discourse of Contemporary Muslim Thinkers, IIUM Press, 2014
Papers Published in Academic Journals
1.
“The Problems of Religious Education of Muslim Children in Great
Britain”. Zindgi-e-Nau, Delhi, April 1985, pp. 23-33
2.
“Muslims in Britain - A Historical Note”. Journal Institute of Muslim
Minority Affairs, Jeddah, 6: 2, July, 1985, pp. 456-459
3.
“The Contributions of Muslim Scholars from Indian Sub-Continent to the
New Encyclopedia of Islam: A Critical Appraisal”. Tarjuman al-Quran,
Lahore, August, 1985, pp. 36-47 & October, 1985, pp. 37-42
4.
“Teaching of Islam to Muslim Children and Youth in Britain”.
The
Muslim Education Quarterly, 4: 2, 1986
5.
“Muslims in Britain:
A Comprehensive Bibliography”.
The Muslim
World Book Review, U.K., 6: 2, 1986, pp. 105-116
6.
“The Application of the Shariah: Meaning and Methodology”. Islam and
the Modern Age, Delhi, 20:4, November, 1989, pp. 320, 340
7.
“An Approach to Islamic Shariah”. Journal of Objective Studies, Delhi,
2:2, July 1990, pp. 81-95
8.
a] “Science and Scientific Method:
Reconceptualization”.
Reflections on Redefinition and
The Islamic Quarterly, London, 38: 4, Fourth
Quarter, 1994, pp. 223-237.
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b] “Science and Scientific Method:
Reconceptualization”.
Reflections on Redefinition and
Journal of Objective Studies, Delhi, 6: 2, July
1994, pp. 11-38.
9.
“The Concept of Modernization: An Analysis of Contemporary Islamic
Thought”.
The American Journal of Islamic Social Science, 14:1, 1997,
pp. 13-26
10.
“Contemporary Muslim Response to the Challenge of Knowledge:
Separating the Grain from the Chaff”. A Response, Encounters, .3: 2,
1997, pp. 184-189
11.
a] “Mawdudi’s Philosophy of Education:
Dynamics of Change and
Leadership” in Towards the Islamization of Life-Proceedings of the 6th
Annual Convention, Islamic Association of Anjuman Engineering College,
Bhatkal, India, 1997, pp. 4-23
b] “Mawdudi’s Philosophy of Education”. Muslim Education Quarterly,
15:4, 1998, pp. 24-40
12.
“Modernity and Modernization:
Challenges for Spiritual and Moral
Integrity of Muslim Youth in Muslim Youth and Contemporary
Challenges” - Proceeding of the Eight International Conference WAMY.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1998, pp. 1-46
13.
a] “Reconstruction of Islamic Thought and Civilization: An Analytical
Study of the Movement for the Islamization of Knowledge”, the Islamic
Quarterly, 53:1, 1999, pp. 21-36
b] “Reconstruction of Islamic Thought and Civilization: The Case of
Islamization of Knowledge”.
The American Journal of Islamic Social
Sciences, 16:1, 1999, pp. 93-109
14.
“The Clash of Civilizations or Civilizational Peaceful Co-Existence: An
Analysis of the Views of Huntington and Khurshid Ahmad”. Encounters,
7:2, 2001, pp. 109-161
15.
“An Exploration in Western and Islamic Concepts of Development and
Civilization”. Hamdard Islamicus, 25: 3, 2002, pp7-24
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16.
“Application of Integrated Research Methods in Islamic Revealed
Knowledge and Heritage Disciplines”. Insight Islamicus, 2:1, 2002 pp.2344
17.
“A Study of Western Scholarship on the Compatibility and Incompatibility
of Islam and Modernization”. IKIM, Journal of Islam and International
Affairs, 1: 1, 2002, 1-44
18.
“The Methodology of Dawah of the Prophet Muhammad”. The Islamic
Quarterly, 47:1, 2003. pp. 54-72
19.
“Maulana Muwdudi ki Fikr ki Chand Phloo [Some Aspects of the Thought
of Mawdudi]” Zindagi-e-Nau, Vol. 30 No. 4, April, 2004, pp 30-46
20.
“The Islamic Revivalist Perspective of Development” Canadian Journal of
Development Studies 26:2, 2005, pp 275-294
21.
“Political Thought of Iqbal and Contemporary Islamic Resurgence” The
Iqbal Review, 46:2, 2006
22.
“The Islamic and Western Perspective on Civilization” Insight Islamicus
Vol. 5, No. 5, 2006
23.
“Liberal Islam:-An Analysis”, American Journal of Islamic Social
Sciences, Vol. 24, No.2, 2007
24.
“The Internal Challenges of the Muslim Ummah in the 21st Century: An
Analysis”, Muslim Education Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 3&4, 2007
25.
“Philosophy of Science: An Islamic Perspective” The Islamic Quarterly,
Vol. 52: No. 2, 2008, pp137-160
26.
“Sacrifice: Message and Method for the Unity of Human Being” in
Proceeding of International Symposium on Sacrifice, 8-9 December 2007,
organized by the Directorate of Religious Affairs Govt. of Turkey,
Istanbul, Turkey, First edition, Vesta Ofset Press, Istanbul, Turkey, 2008,
pp57-63
27.
“Obstacles Towards Muslim Unity: An Analysis of the Root Causes” Jihat
Al-Islam, Faculty of Islamic Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore,
Vol. 1 : No. 2, 2008, pp59-79
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28.
“Issues in Muslim Liberal and Islamic Revivalist Thought: An Analysis of
the Views of Watt and Sikand, AJISS, Vol.28, 2011,
29.
No.4, pp89-116
“Ijtihad: A Reflection on Its Role and Scope”. Journal of Islam in Asia,
International Islamic University, Malaysia. Special Issue No. 1, December
2011. Pp. 443-462.
30.
“Islamic Da’wah and Civilizational Development: A Reflection”, Journal
of Islam in Asia, International Islamic University, Malaysia. Special Issue
No. 4, December 2011. Pp. 325-343.
31.
“Modernity vis-à-vis Islam: An Analysis of Western and Muslim Scholars’
Views.” Journal of Islam in Asia, International Islamic University,
Malaysia. Vol. 8, No. 2, December 2011. Pp. 159-185
32.
“Islamization of Human Knowledge: An Analysis of Methodological
Issues” Journal of Islam in Asia, International Islamic University,
Malaysia. Vol. 11, No. 1, June 2014. Pp. 186-208
33.
Report on The Second International Conference on Contemporary
Scholarship on Islam: The Legacy of Ismail Raji al-Faruqi, Intellectual
Discourse, Vol. 21, No, 2, 2013
34.
Report on The Second International Conference on Contemporary
Scholarship on Islam: The Legacy of Ismail Raji al-Faruqi, The American
Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Vol. 31, No.3, 2014
Articles in Magazines and Newspapers
1.
“Universal Peace in the Eyes of Iqbal”. ANWAR, Annual Magazine of
A.U. College, Osmania University, Hyderabad, 1974, pp. 35-43
2.
“How to Study the Holy Quran”. Islamic Movement, Monthly Magazine,
Delhi, April 1980, pp.15-26
3.
“How to Disseminate Islamic Teachings”. AZAN, Monthly Magazine,
Birmingham, U.K. July 1993, pp. 15-20
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4.
“Problems of Muslims in India: An Ideological Analysis”. The Universal
Message, Journal of Islamic Research Academy, Karachi, May 1985,
pp.33-40
5.
“Contemporary Crisis in the Muslim Ummah - Its Inadequate Perception”.
The Universal Message, Journal of Islamic Research Academy, Karachi,
June-July 1985, pp. 16-18
6.
“Islamic Resurgence in Making in the West”. Radiance, Views Weekly,
Delhi, Vol. 22, No. 8, 13-19th July, 1986; Vol. 22, No. 9, 20-26th July,
1986
7.
“Muslim Journalism in Britain”. Radiance, Views Weekly, Delhi, Vol. 22,
No. 25, 5-12th September, 1986
8.
“Crackdown in Eastern Europe: Prognosis for a New Scenario”. The
Muslim World League Journal, Makkah al-Mukkarramah, Vol. 18, Nos. 1
& 2, July/ August 1990, pp. 38-41
9.
“Eastern Europe Crackdown: Freedom or New Capativity”. Radiance,
Views Weekly, Delhi, Vol. 25, No. 44, 15-21st July 1990
10.
“Revolution in Eastern Europe:
Whether Islamic Leadership”.
The
Universal Message, Karachi, August 1990, pp. 21-25
11.
“Is Muslim Community of India a Minority?” Radiance, Views Weekly,
New Delhi, Vol. 34, No. 28, 1-7 August 1999, pp. 56-58
12.
“Reservations or Reconstruction of the Muslim Community in India”.
Radiance, Views Weekly, New Delhi, v. 34 No. 29, 8-14 August 1999, pp.
10-12
13.
“The Best of Planners”, Radiance Views Weekly, Vol. 34, No. 36, 26th
September - 2 October 1999, pp. 4-5 and 24
14.
a] “Indeed Man is in Loss”, Radiance Views Weekly, Vol. 34, No. 37, 3-9
October 1999, pp. 4-5 and Vol. 34, No. 37, 10-16 October 1999, pp. 4-5
b] “Indeed Man is in Loss”, Al-Nahdah, Vol. 20, No. 1, 2000. pp 11-12
15.
a] “Ideological Foundation of the Muslim World”, Radiance Views
Weekly, Vol. 34, No. 47, 12-18 December 1999, pp. 18-21
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b] “Ideological Foundation of the Muslim World”, Al-Nahdah, Vol. 19,
No. 2, 1999, pp. 8-10
16.
“Modernization and Modernity:
Challenges for Spiritual and Moral
Integrity of Muslim Youth”, Islamic Future, Vol. 14, No. 87, 1998, p. 3
17.
“The Intellectual Challenges of the Muslim World”, Al-Nahdah, Vol. 19,
No. 3, 2000, pp. 14-15
18.
“No. 1 Among the Hundred:
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Maulidur
Rasul, Special Issue, Angkatan Kemajuan Muslim, Selangor, 1999, pp. 3840
19.
“The Model of the Political Leader”, Al-Nahdah, Vol. 20, No. 3, 2001,
pp.36-38
20.
“Muslim Responses to the Challenges of Modernity and Modernism”, AlNahdah, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2001, pp 28-31
21.
“Islam as a new enemy of the West”, Radiance Views weekly, Vol. 44,
No. 19, 22-28 October 2006, pp 44-48
22.
“Historical Background of the Rise of Terrorism”, Radiance Views
weekly, Vol. 44, No. 19, 22-28 October 2006, pp 58-66
23.
“Muhammad: The Messenger to Mankind”, Radiance Views weekly, Vol.
44, No. 41, 15-21 April 2007, pp 55-57
Research Grant
1.
Research Grant Type A (EDW A11-112-0903) was approved by the Research
Management Centre, IIUM in 2011 and completed and submitted on 17
November 2011.
2. Research Grant Type B (EDW B11-126-0465) was approved by the Research
Management Centre, IIUM in 2011. It is in progress and would be completed
within 2 months of time.
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Membership of the editorial and International advisory board
of International Journals
1. Member of International Editorial Board, al-Qalam, HEC recognized,
abstracted and indexed by: Index- Islamicus, Dept. of Islamic Studies,
University of the Panjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
2. Member of International Editorial Board, Turkish Journal of Business Ethics,
indexing – abstracting EBSCOhost, SCOPUS. Marmara University Turkey.
Unpublished Manuscripts
1.
Islam and the West: A Case Study of Muslims in Great Britain, 385 pages.
2.
A Study of the Universal Foundational Principles of Ethics, 200 pages
3.
Natural Calamities and its Link with Spirituality and Morality, 200 pages
4.
Knowledge in Islam: Explorations in Source and Method, 80 pages.
Unpublished Papers
1.
The Movement of Islamization of Knowledge: Some Clarifications
2.
The Movement of Islamization of Knowledge in the Muslim World: A
Retrospect
3.
Development, Progress, Civilization and Change: Islamic and Western
Perspectives
4.
An Islamic Analysis of the Epistemological Foundation of Modernization:
Towards Reconceptualization and Redefinition
5.
The Earliest Islamic Dawah Movements in Great Britain
6.
The Philosophy of History: A New Approach
7.
The Islamic Shariah in Modern Context: A Select Bibliography.
8.
Ideological Polarization in Britain - The Muslim Struggle for Survival and
Revival.
9.
The Evolution of the Muslim Community in Britain.
10.
Ideological Polarization: Muslims in the West.
11.
The Need for a New Epistemology for the History of Muslim Immigrants
in the West: A Conceptual Framework.
12.
Exploration in the Science of Man and History.
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13.
A Search for an Epistemology of History: A Paradigm.
14.
An Analytical Study of the Epistemological Foundation of Islamic
Resurgence in Indian Sub-Continent:
Its Implications on New World
Order.
Papers Presented in International Seminars and Conferences
1.
International Seminar on Islam and The Development of Science and Technology,
9-12th January 1994, in Sokoto, Nigeria.
Paper presented on ‘Science and Scientific Method: Reflections on Redefinition
and Reconceptualization.’
2.
International Conference on Comprehensive Development of Muslim Countries,
1-3 August, 1994, Kuala Lumpur
Paper presented on ‘Development, Change, Progress and Civilization: Western
and Islamic Perspectives.’
3.
23rd Annual Conference of A M S S, 20-23 October 1994, New York
Paper presented on ‘An Islamic Analysis of the Epistemological Foundation of
Modernization.’
4.
International Seminar on Islam in South East Asia, October 1993, Brunei
Darussalam University.
Paper accepted on ‘Islamic Studies as an Expression of the Whole Man: An
Analytical Study of the Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human
Sciences of IIUM and Few Reflections for the Future of Islamic Studies.’
5.
24th Annual Convention of AMSS 27-29 October 1995, East West University,
Chicago.
Paper presented [read by my wife Dr. Zeenath Kausar] on ‘Reconstruction of
Islamic Thought and Civilization: A Study of the Movement of Islamization of
Knowledge and a Few Reflections for Future Directions.’
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6.
Paper presented on ‘Problems of Women-Need for Islamization of Knowledge’ in
International Conference on Women and Children, organized by Muslim Women
National Network, Australia, Sydney, March 1997.
7.
Paper presented on ‘Mawdudi’s Philosophy of Education: Dynamics of Change
and Leadership’ in 6th Annual Convention of Islamic Association of Anjuman
Engineering College, Bhatkal, India on Towards the Islamization of Life, 1-4
April 1997.
8.
Paper presented on ‘The Nature of Modern Islamic Movement-A Civilizational
Perspective’ in a Conference on Contemporary Islamic Political Thought and
Civilization:
Issues and Implications, Department of Political Science,
KIRK&HS, International Islamic University Malaysia, 25-26 April 1998.
9.
Paper presented on ‘Modernity and Modernization: Challenges for Spiritual and
Moral Integrity of Muslim Youth’ in 8th International Conference of World
Assembly of Muslim Youth, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Muslim Youth and
Contemporary Challenges, 25-28 October 1998 held in Amman, Jordan.
10.
Paper presented on ‘Obstacle Towards Muslim Unity: An analysis of root causes’
in International conference on Muslim Unity in the 21st century: Opportunities
and Challenges 1-2 October 2003 K.L, IIUM.
11.
Paper presented on “The Internal Challenges of the Muslim Ummah in the 21st
Century: An Analysis” in International Conference on Muslim and Islam in The
21st Century: Image and Reality, 4-6 August 2004, Putra World Trade Centre
(PWTC) K.L, Organized by, IIUM
12.
Paper presented on “ Poverty in the Muslim World: Religious and Political
Causes—An Analysis and Solutions” in International Conference on Poverty in
the Muslim World and Communities: Causes and Solutions, 14-15 December
2004, International Institute For Muslim Unity, International Islamic University,
Malaysia
13.
Paper presented on “The Islamic Revivalist Perspective of Development” in the
Annual Canadian Congress of the Humanities and Social
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Sciences, Annual
Conference of the Canadian Association for Studies in International Development,
2-4th June 2005, at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
14.
Paper presented on “The Islamic and Western Perspectives on Civilization” in a
Forum on The Clash of Civilizations: Myth or Reality, organized by the Muslim
Professionals Forum Berhad, 15 July 2006, IIUM, PJ Campus
15.
Paper presented on The Need for The Spiritual Basis of Science and Technology
and Their Application in Modern Universities in The International Conference on
Science and Technology: Applications in Industry and Education, Department of
Information Technology and Quantitative Sciences, Department of Applied
Sciences, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia, 8-9 December
2006.
16.
The Paper submitted for presentation on ‘The Philosophy of Science: An Islamic
Perspective’ has been recently accepted for the presentation in the 2nd
International Conference on Philosophy to be held from 4th-5th June, 2007,
Athens, Greece, organized by The Athens Institute of Research and Education.
The full paper was submitted.
17.
The Paper presented on “Islamic perspective of World Peace: Theory and
Practice” in The International Symposium on Religion and World Peace. 26-28
April, 2007. Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
18.
The Paper presented on “ Sacrifice: Message and Method for the Unity of Human
Being” in the International Symposium of Sacrifice, 8-9 December 2007,
organized by Directorate of Religious Affairs Govt. of Turkey, Istanbul, Turkey
19.
The Paper presented on “Islamic Critique of Conventional Research
Methodology” in the ISDEV Graduate Annual Workshop
III, 12-13 December 2007. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
20.
The paper presented on “Multiculturalism: A Case of Indian Experience” in
the
International Forum on the Historical, Sociological and Cultural Possibilities of
Multiculturalism in Muslim and Western Societies, 15-19 May 2009, Egitim-BirSen, Kozakli, Nevsehir, Turkey
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The Paper presented on “Is Modernity Compatible with Islam? An Analysis” in
The American Canadian International Conference for Academic Discipline, 25th 28th May 2009, organized by Central Connecticut State University, held at
Ryerson University, Toronto. Canada.
22
The paper submitted on “Science and Values: An Islamic Perspectives” in the
International Conference on Science and Values: The Politicisation of Science,
25th-30th May 2009, organized by European Science Foundation, Centre for
Interdisciplinary Research, held at Bielefeld, Germany
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The paper presented on “Vision of Life and Development: A Critique” in the
International Conference on Development 2009: Development and Ummatic
Vision” organized by Department of Sociology and Anthropology, KIRKHS,
International Islamic University, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur 28-30, 2009.
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The paper presented on “What is Ethical in Ethics – An Exploration into the
Universal Foundational Principles of Ethics” in the International Conference for
American Academic Disciplines held at Harward University, Boston, organized
by the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Central Connecticut State
University , New Britain USA from 28-30, May 2010.
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The Paper on “Natural Calamities and Its Solution: The Need for Ethical and
Spiritual Consciousness” presented at the International Conference for American
Academic Disciplines held at the American University of Rome organized by the
International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Central Connecticut State University ,
New Britain USA, October 31, 2011 to November 3, 2011.
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The paper on “Modernity vis-à-vis Islam: An Analysis” presented in World
Congress on World-Islam Systems 2011 held at Holliday Villa, Subang Jaya,
Malaysia, organized by the National Council of Muslim Scholars Malaysia, 2829th November 2011.
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The paper on “Arab Spring and its Implications” presented in 1st International
Islamic Academic Conference 2012 held at Al-Jaimi al-Islamiyyah Santhapuram,
Kerala, India. 14-15th January 2012.
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28
The paper on “Strategy for New Islamic Leadership: Issues and Challenges”
presented in International Conference on Leadership and Social Change in the
Muslim World: Prospects and Challenges, held by Student Reprehensive Council,
11-13th February 2012.
29
The paper presented on “Immigration and Globalization: Challenges for Muslims”
in International Symposium on Immigration: The Truth About Turkey and the
World held at Ataturk Islamic Cultural Center, Gaziantep University, Gaziantep,
Turkey, 11-13th May 2012.
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The paper presented on “A review of the Islamic literature related to political
problems and issues in India”
in seminar on literature review held in
Hyderabad, from 12th15th July 2012 by the Centre for Study and Research,
Hyderabad, India]
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The paper presented on: “Al Faruqi’s Ideological Approach to Islamization of
Knowledge: An Analysis”, in The Second International Conference on
Contemporary Scholarship on Islam: The Legacy of Ismail Raji al-Faruqi, 22nd23rd October, 2013, organized by the Department of Usuluddin and Comparative
Religion, KIRKHS, International Islamic University, Malaysia.
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The paper presented on “The Root Causes of Rise and Fall of Civilization: A
Quranic Perspective”, in 2nd World Conference on Islamic Thought and
Civilization, 18th-19th August 2014 organized by Kolej University Islam Sultan
Azlan Shah, Malaysia.
Participation at and Organization of Conferences and Seminars
1.
Shariah in Nation-State
Paper Presented
January, 1989
C.F.K.
2.
The Islamic University:
Participant
Dimensions and Dynamics
3.
The Third International Zakah
August, 10-12, 1989
IIUM
Participant
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May 14-17, 1990
Conference
4.
International Seminar on Human
IIUM
Participant
Ecology and Development
5.
International Seminar on Islamic
K.L.
Participant
Thought and Civilization
6.
Two-Days Seminar on Islamic
March 10-112, 1991
September 1-4, 1991
U.M
Participant
Thought and Civilization
October 6-7, 1991
ISTAC
7.
Islam and Development
Participant
1991, UM
8.
Third International Conference on
Participant
January 28-30, 1992
Islamic Economics
9.
Seminar on Central Asia:
K.L.
Participant
Regional and Int. Perspective
10.
International Seminar on Imam
October 19, 1993
IIUM
Participant
P.J
Participant
New Delhi
Shafie
11.
Workshop on Epistemology in
28-29th Jan. 1995
H.S.: Islamic Perspective
12.
International Conference on
Participant
Islamization of H. Sciences
13.
14.
The 9th International Conference
by WAMY on Muslim Youth and
Globalization
The Second International
Conference on Contemporary
Scholarship on Islam: The Legacy
of Ismail Raji al-Faruqi,
Organized by the Department of
Usuluddin and Comparative
Religion, KIRKHS, International
Islamic University, Malaysia
IIUM
August 2000
Participant
Riyadh
October 2002
Director
22nd-23rd October
2013
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The Courses Taught at the International Islamic University Malaysia
Since I joined the University, I have offered several courses. Most of them are new.
Some of them are related with Philosophy and Methodology. A list of the courses which
I have taught is given below:
1.
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4.
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15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
AA 111
AA 212
AA 410
AA 242
AA 100
AA 413
AA 414
CFK 1050
CFK 3030
CFK 2060
IRKH 4215
IRKH 2340
IRKH 2110
IRKH 1050
IRKH 1230
IRKH 3215
IRKH 1010
RKUD 4312
RKUD 1200
Islam and Modern Ideologies
Islamic Dawah
Islam and Modern History of the Muslim World
Islam, Akhlaq and Dawah
Aqidah Islamiyah
Islamic Thought and Contemporary Issues
Issues in Islamic Education
Islamic Aqidah
Islam as the Way of Life
Islam, Akhlaq and Contemporary Society
Contemporary Issues and Islamic Movement
Foundation for Political Science in the Quran and Sunnah
Islamic Ethics I
Biography of the Prophet
Tawhid and the Methodology of Human Sciences
Modern Muslim Thinkers
Islamic Ethics
The Philosophy of Science
The Geography of the Muslim World and Muslim
Minorities
Introduction to Research Methodology
Critical Review of Philosophy in Classical Muslim Thought
Tawhid, Aqidah and Akhlaq
Issues in Contemporary Islamic thought
Issues in Islamization of Knowledge
20.
21.
22
23
24
RKUD 1009
RKUD 3110
RKUD 1500
RKUD 4120
RKUD 6180
25
26
RKUD 6270
RKUD 7010
27
RKGS 2030
Islamic Worldview
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29
RKUD 3320
RKUD 6130
History of Western Philosophy
Islamic Critical Thinking
30. RKUD 1999 The Research Methodology
Belief Systems and Modern Ideologies
Islam
Islam and Modernity
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