Journal: Contemporary Islamic Studies

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Journal: Contemporary Islamic Studies
Editor-in-chief: Hatem El-Karanshawy – Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, Doha, Qatar
ISSN: 2220-2757
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– Contemporary Islamic jurisprudence
– Islamic history and civilization
– Comparative religions and modern Islamic thought
– Islamic economics and finance
– Public policy in Islam
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