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EVOLUTION OF JURISPRUDENCE SCIENCES IN OMAN-
ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE AND THE FUTURE, BASICS OF
PURPOSES AND JURISPRUDENCE OF FORECAST

April 2009
Muscat – Oman

 

First Topic: Historical Jurisprudence Experience: Reading and Review.

Speakers:

  1. Sheikh Dr Waba Al Zuhaibli: Jurisprudence of Justification and Jurisprudence of Purposes: Jurisprudence of Reality in the Light of Purposes of Legislation.
  2. Dr Mohammed Kamal Imam: Jurisprudence Thinking in Schools and the Status from the Jurisprudence of Supposition: Critical Review.
  3. A Researcher from Libya: Jurisprudence of Issues or Expectations for Hanafi Scholars.
  4. Dr Masaoud Mazhoudi – Algeria: Interests between Malki, Ibadism and Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  5. Mahmoud Ghazi – Former Minister of Endowment in Pakistan and currently a Professor of Sharia in the Faculty of Islamic Studies in University of Qatar: Scholar, his Role and Mechanisms of Work

 

 

2nd Topic: Jurisprudence and Fundamentals, Curriculum Reviews:

  1. Mohammed Al Hadi Al Tarabilsi – Tunis: Koran Language and the Koranic Knowledge Theory: Linguistic Building in Basics of Jurisprudence and its Impacts on the Jurisprudence Renewal.
  2. Dr. Salim bin Salim Al Thani – Sultan Qaboos University: Linguistic Building in the Basics of Jurisprudence and its Legislative Impacts.
  3. Dr. Ismael Idiris Al Fasi Al Fahri – Head of Terminology and Sharia Rules at the Faculty of Sharia in the University of Al Qarawiyyin in Morocco: in the Structure of the Basics of Jurisprudence, Critical Reading.
  4. Sheikh Abdullah Hamoud Al Azi – Yemen: Execuses, one side of Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  5. His Eminency Ayatollah Ahmed Mobalaghi – a Scholar of Qom in Iran: the Origin of Brain between Zaidiya and Imamiya and the Jurisprudence of Foreast.
  6. Dr. Saleh Qaddir Zenki – Iraq: Sciences of Purposes and their relations to the Basics of Jurisprudence.
  7. Branon Wailer: Towards New Readings of the Science of View and Interpretation.
  8. A Researcher from Libya (Maliki): Evidences, Rules and Jurisprudence Renewal at Hanbali and Shafi’i

Third Topic: Contemporary Islamic Jurisprudence and Changing Concepts.

  1. Dr Abdullah bin Mohammed Fadak Al Hashimi Al Makki – KSA: Islamic Jurisprudence and Concepts of Renewal and Forecast.
  2. Dr Nasser bin Mohammed Al Hajjari – Chairman of the Division of Religious Researches at the Department of Religious.
  3. Dr. Ali Al Saqali Al Hussaini – Chancellor of the University of Al Qarawiyyin and Dean of the Faculty of Sharia: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Human Rights Issues.
  4. Dr. Saeed bin Saeed Al Alwai – Dean of the Faculty of Arts in Morocco: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Concept of Gender Equality.
  5. Dr Mohammed Al Samak – Lebanon: Rights and Duties in the Islamic Community and the Jurisprudence of Forecast.

 

4th Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence and Problems of Medical Progress:

  1. Dr Abdullah Al Najjar – Arab Republic of Egypt: Medical Experiences and Regulatory Controls.
  2. Dr. Mohammed Saadi – a Researcher from Islam Online website: Provisions of Infectious Diseases between the Shariaa and Law.
  3. HE Sheikh Ali Abdul Baqi – Secretary General of the Centre for Islamic Researches, an Affiliate of Al Azhar: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Issues of Organ Transplantation.
  4. His Eminence Ayatollah Mohammed Hassan Al Jawaheri, one of Qom scholars – Iran: Organ Clone and its Shariaa control.

 

5th Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence Institutions in a Changing World

  1. Prof. Ibrahim Al Ghammari – a Professor in the Shariah Sciences Institute in the Sultanate of Oman: Omani Jurisprudence Approach in Dealing with Contemporary Issues.
  2. Sheikh Judge Abdullah bin Rashid Al Siyabi – Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Court, the Sultanate of Oman: the Jurisprudence of Forecast in Sheikh Abi Saeed Al Kadmi through Al Istiqamah Book (Uprightness Book).
  3. Prof. Dr Taha Jabir Al Alwani: Curriculum of Jurisprudence Academies in the Islamic World in Dealing with Contemporary Issues (Jurisprudence of Priorities).
  4. Mohammed Zahid Gul – Turkey: Curriculum of Jurisprudence Academies in the non-Islamic World in Dealing with Contemporary Issues (Jurisprudence of Minorities).

 

6th Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence and Problems of Economic Progress

  1. Dr Farhan Al Juaibari – Tunis: Concepts of Monopoly in the Modern Economy and the Updates on these Concepts
  2. Sheikh Aflah bin Ahmed Al Khalili – Head of Researches and Studies at the Board of Iftaa: Concepts of Islamic Economy and their abilities to intervene in Dealing with the Global Financial Crisis.
  3. Prof. Dr. Abdul Sattar Abu Ghida, Syria: Islamic Banks, Pros and Cons.
  4. Prof. Dr Ali Mohiuddin Qara Dagi, Qatar: Economic Theories, a Critical Reading in their Future.
  5. Dr. Jasser Awada – Director of Purposes Studies Centre in London: Digital Economy and Shariah Purposes.
  6. Dr Jamil Al Ghaferi, a Preacher in the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs, Sultanate of Oman: International Trade Agreements, a Look from Shariaa Perspective.

7th Topic: Towards a Jurisprudence Knowledge Theory

  1. Dr. Mohammed Harmoush – Lebanon: Koran and the Jurisprudence of Civil Society, Glances at the Jurisprudence of Families, Inheritances and Endowment.
  2. Dr. Abdul Hamid Madhkour – Arab Republic of Egypt: Public Ethical Values and the Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  3. Prof. Muataz Al Khatib – Syria: Jurisprudence Knowledge and Modern Knowledge, a Look at the Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  4. Prof. Radwan Al Sayed – Lebanon: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Future, a look at the Jurisprudence of Forecast.

EVOLUTION OF JURISPRUDENCE SCIENCES IN OMAN-
ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE AND THE FUTURE, BASICS OF
PURPOSES AND JURISPRUDENCE OF FORECAST

April 2009
Muscat – Oman

 

First Topic: Historical Jurisprudence Experience: Reading and Review.

Speakers:

  1. Sheikh Dr Waba Al Zuhaibli: Jurisprudence of Justification and Jurisprudence of Purposes: Jurisprudence of Reality in the Light of Purposes of Legislation.
  2. Dr Mohammed Kamal Imam: Jurisprudence Thinking in Schools and the Status from the Jurisprudence of Supposition: Critical Review.
  3. A Researcher from Libya: Jurisprudence of Issues or Expectations for Hanafi Scholars.
  4. Dr Masaoud Mazhoudi – Algeria: Interests between Malki, Ibadism and Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  5. Mahmoud Ghazi – Former Minister of Endowment in Pakistan and currently a Professor of Sharia in the Faculty of Islamic Studies in University of Qatar: Scholar, his Role and Mechanisms of Work

 

 

2nd Topic: Jurisprudence and Fundamentals, Curriculum Reviews:

  1. Mohammed Al Hadi Al Tarabilsi – Tunis: Koran Language and the Koranic Knowledge Theory: Linguistic Building in Basics of Jurisprudence and its Impacts on the Jurisprudence Renewal.
  2. Dr. Salim bin Salim Al Thani – Sultan Qaboos University: Linguistic Building in the Basics of Jurisprudence and its Legislative Impacts.
  3. Dr. Ismael Idiris Al Fasi Al Fahri – Head of Terminology and Sharia Rules at the Faculty of Sharia in the University of Al Qarawiyyin in Morocco: in the Structure of the Basics of Jurisprudence, Critical Reading.
  4. Sheikh Abdullah Hamoud Al Azi – Yemen: Execuses, one side of Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  5. His Eminency Ayatollah Ahmed Mobalaghi – a Scholar of Qom in Iran: the Origin of Brain between Zaidiya and Imamiya and the Jurisprudence of Foreast.
  6. Dr. Saleh Qaddir Zenki – Iraq: Sciences of Purposes and their relations to the Basics of Jurisprudence.
  7. Branon Wailer: Towards New Readings of the Science of View and Interpretation.
  8. A Researcher from Libya (Maliki): Evidences, Rules and Jurisprudence Renewal at Hanbali and Shafi’i

Third Topic: Contemporary Islamic Jurisprudence and Changing Concepts.

  1. Dr Abdullah bin Mohammed Fadak Al Hashimi Al Makki – KSA: Islamic Jurisprudence and Concepts of Renewal and Forecast.
  2. Dr Nasser bin Mohammed Al Hajjari – Chairman of the Division of Religious Researches at the Department of Religious.
  3. Dr. Ali Al Saqali Al Hussaini – Chancellor of the University of Al Qarawiyyin and Dean of the Faculty of Sharia: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Human Rights Issues.
  4. Dr. Saeed bin Saeed Al Alwai – Dean of the Faculty of Arts in Morocco: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Concept of Gender Equality.
  5. Dr Mohammed Al Samak – Lebanon: Rights and Duties in the Islamic Community and the Jurisprudence of Forecast.

 

4th Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence and Problems of Medical Progress:

  1. Dr Abdullah Al Najjar – Arab Republic of Egypt: Medical Experiences and Regulatory Controls.
  2. Dr. Mohammed Saadi – a Researcher from Islam Online website: Provisions of Infectious Diseases between the Shariaa and Law.
  3. HE Sheikh Ali Abdul Baqi – Secretary General of the Centre for Islamic Researches, an Affiliate of Al Azhar: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Issues of Organ Transplantation.
  4. His Eminence Ayatollah Mohammed Hassan Al Jawaheri, one of Qom scholars – Iran: Organ Clone and its Shariaa control.

 

5th Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence Institutions in a Changing World

  1. Prof. Ibrahim Al Ghammari – a Professor in the Shariah Sciences Institute in the Sultanate of Oman: Omani Jurisprudence Approach in Dealing with Contemporary Issues.
  2. Sheikh Judge Abdullah bin Rashid Al Siyabi – Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Court, the Sultanate of Oman: the Jurisprudence of Forecast in Sheikh Abi Saeed Al Kadmi through Al Istiqamah Book (Uprightness Book).
  3. Prof. Dr Taha Jabir Al Alwani: Curriculum of Jurisprudence Academies in the Islamic World in Dealing with Contemporary Issues (Jurisprudence of Priorities).
  4. Mohammed Zahid Gul – Turkey: Curriculum of Jurisprudence Academies in the non-Islamic World in Dealing with Contemporary Issues (Jurisprudence of Minorities).

 

6th Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence and Problems of Economic Progress

  1. Dr Farhan Al Juaibari – Tunis: Concepts of Monopoly in the Modern Economy and the Updates on these Concepts
  2. Sheikh Aflah bin Ahmed Al Khalili – Head of Researches and Studies at the Board of Iftaa: Concepts of Islamic Economy and their abilities to intervene in Dealing with the Global Financial Crisis.
  3. Prof. Dr. Abdul Sattar Abu Ghida, Syria: Islamic Banks, Pros and Cons.
  4. Prof. Dr Ali Mohiuddin Qara Dagi, Qatar: Economic Theories, a Critical Reading in their Future.
  5. Dr. Jasser Awada – Director of Purposes Studies Centre in London: Digital Economy and Shariah Purposes.
  6. Dr Jamil Al Ghaferi, a Preacher in the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs, Sultanate of Oman: International Trade Agreements, a Look from Shariaa Perspective.

7th Topic: Towards a Jurisprudence Knowledge Theory

  1. Dr. Mohammed Harmoush – Lebanon: Koran and the Jurisprudence of Civil Society, Glances at the Jurisprudence of Families, Inheritances and Endowment.
  2. Dr. Abdul Hamid Madhkour – Arab Republic of Egypt: Public Ethical Values and the Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  3. Prof. Muataz Al Khatib – Syria: Jurisprudence Knowledge and Modern Knowledge, a Look at the Jurisprudence of Forecast.
  4. Prof. Radwan Al Sayed – Lebanon: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Future, a look at the Jurisprudence of Forecast.