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The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE), a member of the College of Islamic Studies (CIS) in Hamad Bin Khalifa University (
In line with its mission to frame debates on Islam in a global context, the College of Islamic Studies (CIS) at
Summer School 2020 Islamic Ethics and the Covid-19 Pandemic 9-12 August 2020
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CILE Journal of Islamic Ethics: Volume 3 is out
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) is pleased to announce that the peer-reviewed Journal of
This weekend course will explore the traditional basis of Islamic ethics and how we might apply some of the key elements of this understanding when considering how to approach ethical is
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics is pleased to announce its upcoming 5th Annual International Conference on 18th and 19th March 2017, in Doha (Qatar).
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Would you like to participate in the CILE next Summer School in Granada, June 2015?
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) is pleased to invite you to its upcoming Summer School in Granada, Spain, from 16th to 20th May, 2016.
Submissions should be sent to: Dr. Carrie York Al-Karam
The Doha-based Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) is pleased to invite scholars, academics and researchers to submit their research papers to a closed three-day seminar on “I
We are pleased to share with you the speech of Dr Tariq Ramadan which was delivered at ISCAT 2015 on April 10th,  2015 in Turkey.
The EBDA Institute, a member of Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Qatar Foundation, or
The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE), a member of the Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies in Hamad Bin Khalifa University, is pleased to invite you to its first public lecture
This weekend course will explore the traditional basis of Islamic ethics and how we might apply some of the key elements of this understanding when considering how to approach ethical is

Activities

9-12 August 2020, in collaboration with Leuven Centre for the Study of Islam Culture and Society.

[Update March 10, 2020: Postponed]

Feminist studies have recently shifted the focus from women rights and their position in society to the role of women in producing religious knowledge.

9-12 August 2020, in collaboration with Leuven Centre for the Study of Islam Culture and Society.

[Update March 10, 2020: Postponed]

Feminist studies have recently shifted the focus from women rights and their position in society to the role of women in producing religious knowledge.

Ethics and Maqasid

15-19 May 2017

Join us at the auditorium of the College of Islamic Studies, HBKU

Part of CILE California Lecture Series

Part of CILE California Public Lecture Series

Part of CILE California Public Lecture Series

Part of CILE California Public Lecture Series

Articles & Essays

It would not be an exaggeration to claim that today Islamic spirituality has become the monopoly of the Sufis and faith-based civic engagement is more or less the exclusive domain of the Islamists.
Philip Molyneux*  
Evaluation of the Main Approaches to Understanding the Nature of Human Beings in Contemporary Psychology and in the Islamic Heritage   Abdur Rasjid Skinner*  
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
[This research paper was presented at CILE 7th  Annual International Conference – Doha, Qatar – March 23, 2019]    
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
The last three hundred years of Muslim history has witnessed the gap between law and ethics widen. Throughout various intervals in history, the discipline of law lost its connection with the ethical paradigm of Islam. The Islamic faith has been reduced to a legal barometer, a code of halal and …
First baby born by womb transplantation: "it is a sisterhood thing"
There are those who, from childhood, are inclined to exhibit generosity, honesty, and patience while others seem inclined towards the opposite.
Regular and frequent consumption of meat has become a staple of food culture. In Western and also in Arab countries traditional dishes mostly contain meat or dairy products. Its consumption is a regular feature of food culture and it would be almost impossible for many to imagine a life without it.
It would not be an exaggeration to claim that today Islamic spirituality has become the monopoly of the Sufis and faith-based civic engagement is more or less the exclusive domain of the Islamists.
Despite the fact that Islam remains a powerful social force in the lives of the majority of its adherents, contemporary scholars lament the silence of Muslims on the environmental crisis. However, close scrutiny reveals a burgeoning ‘green’ movement amongst Muslims the world over. While scholarly…
“Sexes’ being anatomically and physiologically different is a natural fact; from observation of their differences are drawn abstract notions of which the prototype is the opposition identical/different, on which are shaped so many other conceptual oppositions used in our discourse of all sorts.[1…
The obligation of the Shari’ah is to provide the well-being of all Mankind, which lies in safeguarding their faith, their human self, their intellect, their progeny and their wealth.

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