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The | | |course also reviews some contemporary challenges facing the Muslim Ummah and the possible solutions to | | |overcome them with reference to the concept of “Islam Hadhari”. | |Course Objectives |This course aims at: | | |1. Acquainting students with meanings, objectives and importance of knowledge and civilization from Islamic | | |perspective. | | |2.

Describing and elucidating the various sources of knowledge and methodologies of scientific inquiry from | | |both Islamic and non-Islamic perspectives. | | |3.The history of the Qur’anic text from revelation to compilation: A comparative study | | |with the Old and New Testaments. UK: Islamic Academy. | | |Al-Faruqi, I. R.

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(1986). The cultural atlas of Islam. New York: Macmillan. | | |Arslan, A. S. (2004).

Our decline: Its causes and remedies. Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust. | | |Bakar, O. (1991). Tawhid and science: Religious orthodoxy and the battle for rationality. UK: Zed Books Ltd. | | |Bennabi, M. (1991).

Islam in history and society. Kuala Lumpur: Berita Publishing. | | |Davutoglu, A. (1994).

Civilizational transformation and the Muslim world.Kuala Lumpur: Mahir publications. | | |El-Mesawi, M. T.

(1998). A Muslim theory of human society. Batu Caves, Selangor: Thinker’s Library.

| | |JAKIM. (2004). The Concept of Islam Hadhari. Kuala Lumpur: Percetakan Nasional Malaysia Berhad. | | |Ibn Khaldun, A. R. (1986).

Al-Muqaddimah (Vol. 1). (F. Rosenthal, Trans. ).

London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. | | |IIIT. (1982). Islam: Source and purpose of knowledge. Herndon, Virginia: International Institute of Islamic | | |Thought. | | |Ilyas, M. (Ed.

). (2002).The unity of science and religion. Kuala Lumpur: A. S. Noordeen.

| | |Kamal Hasan (2005). Islam Hadhari “civilizational Islam”: An approach to a new government policy. Journal of | | |Islam in Asia, 2 (1), 99-110.

| | |Mohammed, R. & Hussain D. (Eds. ). (2003). Islam: The way of revival.

(vol. 1). Markfield: Revival. | | |Nasr, S. H.

(1994). A young Muslim’s guide to the modern world. Petaling Jaya, Selangor: Mekar Publishers.

| | |Nyanzee, I. A. K. (2000). Islamic jurisprudence. Virginia: International Institute of Islamic Thought.

| |Qadir, C. A. (1991). Philosophy and science in Islamic world. USA: Routledge. | | |Safi, L. (1996). The foundation of knowledge.

Petaling Jaya, Selangor: IIUM. | | |Sardar, Z. (1985). Islamic futures: Reclaiming a heritage.

London: Mansell. | | |Siddiqi, M. Z. (1993). Hadith literature. Cambridge: Islamic Text Society. | | |Toynbee, A.

J. (1946). A study of history.

New York: Oxford University Press. | | |Yousif, A. F. (2004). Islam and science: A Southeast Asian perspective.

Kuala Lumpur: Research Center. |Proposed Start Date |Semester I, 2006/2007 | |(Semester) | | |Batch of Students to be |Semester I,2006/2007 onwards | |Affected | | | | | | |Prepared by: |Checked by: |Approved by: | | | | | |__________________ |_______________ |______________ | |Coordinator, |Head, Dept. of |Dean, KIRKHS | |Curriculum Committee |General Studies | | | |

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