MINISTRY OF ENDOWMENT
& RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque - Muscat

DEVELOPMENT OF JURISPRUDENCE SCIENCES
(JURISPRUDENCE OF SEEING THE WORLD AND LIVING IN IT,
JURISPRUDENCE SCHOOLS AND CONTEMPORARY EXPERIENCES)

April 2013
Muscat – Oman

DEVELOPMENT OF JURISPRUDENCE SCIENCES
(JURISPRUDENCE OF SEEING THE WORLD AND LIVING IN IT,
JURISPRUDENCE SCHOOLS AND CONTEMPORARY EXPERIENCES)

April 2013
Muscat – Oman

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013

Morning Session

Opening Ceremony

First Topic: Terminology and Concepts (First Session)

Speakers:

  1. His Eminency Sheikh Prof. Dr Ali Jumaa: Reading in Jurisprudence of Living with other in Islamic Sects and Contemporary Experiences.
  2. Dr Radwan Al Sayed: Jurisprudence of Living and to where Muslims are Heading?
  3. His Eminency Sheikh Rahmi Yaran: Living the World and Living in it from Quaranic Perspective.
  4. Sheikh Prof. Dr. Wahbi Al Zuhaili: Concept of Controversy for Scholars.
  5. His Eminency Sheikh Ayatollah Ahmed Mubalaghi: Jurisprudence of Co-existence (Jurisprudence Comparative).

 

First Topic: Terminology and Concepts (Second Session)

Speakers:

  1. Dr Hamid Al Hamar: Concept of Religious Controversy from Jurisprudence Perspective.
  2. His Eminency Sheikh Prof. Dr Mustafa Ceric: Jurisprudence of Covenant and Jurisprudence of Safety and House of Islam.
  3. Dr Mohammed Kamal Imam: Jurisprudence of Disclosure and its Historical Development.
  4. Dr. Khalid Saeed Yousef Tefoushit: Rules of Reference in Dealing with non-Muslims.
  5. Dr. Fayez Mohammed Hussain: Sharia and Law in Ottomans Era and Relation to Millet System.

Evening Session:

Second Topic: Legislative Discourse in the Jurisprudence of Co-existence in Islamic Fiqh (Jurisprudence) (Third Session)

Speakers:

  1. Dr Sultan Al Harasi: Citizenship in the Islamic Legislative Discouse with Different Beliefs.
  2. Dr Jabir Abdul Hadi Al Shafee: Citizenship and Legislative Discourse in the Personal Status.
  3. Dr. Adel Abdullah Al Missadi: Immunities in the Islamic Jurisprudence and the Legal Positivism.
  4. Dr Idris Al Fahri: Rules of Jurisprudence of Tourism in Islam.
  5. Dr. Mohammed Al Haddad: Religion, State and Citizenship in the Modern Age.

SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013

Morning Sessions

Third Topic: Islamic Schools and Jurisprudence of Living in the World (Ibadi Jurisprudence)

Fourth Session

Speakers:

  1. Salem bin Salem Awlad Thani: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Ibn Baraka through “Al Jamea” Book.
  2. Dr Mohammed Al Sheikh: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Al Warjani.
  3. Sheikh Prof. Dr Farhan Al Juaibiri: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Abi Ammar Abdul Kafi.

 

Third Topic: Islamic Schools and Jurisprudence of Living in the World (Ibadi Jurisprudence)

Fifth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Ismael Al Aghbari: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Sheikh Abi Nabhan.
  2. Dr Mustafa Bajo: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Sheikh Atfish through “Shareh Al Nil” Book.
  3. Dr Mahmoud Harmoush: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Sheikh Al Salimi.
  4. Sheikh Dr Abdullah bin Rashid Al Sibai: Jurisprudence of Coexistence for Sheikh Khalfan bin Jamil Al Sayyabi through Faṣl al-Khaṭāb fī al-masʼalah wa-al-jawāb.

 

Fourth Topic: Fiqh Schools and Jurisprudence of Coexistence in the World: Comparative Vision of the Islamic Jurisprudence Schools.

Sixth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Sheikh Abdullah Al Azi: in Yazidi School.
  2. Sheik Hilal Al Louatia: Jurisprudence of Coexistence in Jafari School..
  3. Prof Dr Majdi Ashour: in the Maliki School.
  4. Dr Muataz Al Khatib: in the Hanafi School.
  5. Sheikh Prof. Abdullah Fadaq: in the Shafi School.
  6. Dr Musafar Al Qahtani: in the Hanbali School.

 

Evening Session:

Fourth Session: Reading in the Jurisprudence of Living with others in the Islamic Schools.

Seventh Session:

  1. Dr Abdul Aziz Al Awadi: Jurisprudence of Living in Shafi School: Ibn Abdul Salam as an Example.
  2. Dr Abdul Hamid Madkour: in Schools of Study (Al Zaheria – Al Awzaee – Al Laith bin Saed).
  3. Prof Dr Mohammed Rafat Othman: Jurisprudence of Coexistence with other in Islamic Schools (Comparative Jurisprudence Vision).

 

Fifth Topic: Jurisprudence of Living Together and Living Privacy.

Eighth Session:

  1. Dr Mohammed Al Mansi: Diligences of “Jurisprudence of Minorities” for Scholars in the Age of Islamic Awakening”.
  2. Dr Ahmed Abu Al Wafa: Critical Jurisprudence Vision for the Universal Declarations of Human Rights.
  3. Dr Ibrahim Al Annani: Islamic Universal Declarations of Human Rights and Living in the World.
  4. Dr. Ahmed Al Hadi. Geographical Dimension and its Impact on the Co-existence. “A Jurisprudence Vision”.

 

Fifth Topic: Jurisprudence of Living Together and Living Privacy.

Ninth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Dr Ali Mansour Al Farsatae: Jurisprudence Differences in Determining the House of Islam, its Implications on the Vision of the World and Living in it.
  2. Dr Al Arousi Al Mayzouri: The Unity of the House and the Provisions of Difference between two Houses for Scholars and its Implications on the Vision of the World for Old Muslims.
  3. Dr. Ibrahim Bayoumi Ghanim: Jurisprudence of Identity, Privacy and Separation in Modern Times.

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2013

Morning Sessions

Sixth Topic: Rights of other Religions

Tenth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Dr. Ahmed Al Khamlishi: Rights of the People of the Book and the Concept of Citizenship from Jurisprudence Perspective (the Traditional Protected People).
  2. Dr Khalid Babaker: Rights of Citizens who are Non- People of the Book from Jurisprudence Perspective.
  3. Dr. Nasser Arif: Jurisprudence of Belonging and Nationality in Islam.
  4. Dr. Mohammed Al Maliki: Rights of Foreign People in the Islamic Jurisprudence and International Law.

 

Sixth Topic: Rights of other Religions

Eleventh Session:

Speakers:

  1. Dr Awad Mohammed Awad: Sharia in the Arabic and Islamic Constitutions and its Relaiton with Civil Rule and the Concept of Citizenship.
  2. HE Prof. Dr Nour Al Din Al Khadimi: Citizenship, Islam and Building the Civil Society.
  3. Dr Izz El Din Anaya: Scholars of the Age of Awakening and the Reference of Shariaa and Islamic Constitutions.

 

Seventh Topic: Origin of the Relation with Non-Muslim from Islamic Perspective

Twelfth Session:

Speakers:

  1. HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Saud Al Sayabi: Dealing with Non-Muslim (Islamic Vision and Historical Reality).
  2. Dr. Mohammed Yahya Mattar: Islamic Jurisprudence in the US Courts.
  3. Dr Abdul Qadir bin Azouz: The Origin of the Relation with Non-Muslim and the Sharia Purposes.
  4. Dr. Ahmed Al Taijani: The Origin of the Relation with Non-Muslim and the Jurisprudence Rules.

 

Seventh Topic: The Origin of the Relation with Non-Muslim from Islamic Perspective.

Thirteenth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Saud Al Habsi: The Origin of Relation with Non-Muslim in the Holy Quran.
  2. Dr Abdul Salam Al Taweel: Trends of Islamic Jurisprudence in the Origin of Relation with Non-Muslims.
  3. Khalfan Al Shaili: The Origin of Relation with Non-Muslim in the Sunna.
  4. Dr. Mohammed Hassan Al Bagha: Rules and Codes of Living between Muslims and Non-Muslims.

 

Evening Sessions:

Eighth Topic: Jurisprudence of Compatibility and International Society.

Fourteenth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Dr Ashraf Abu Al Wafa: International Commerce from Islamic Jurisprudence Perspective.
  2. Dr Hani Al Dawidar: The GATT Agreements from Islamic Jurisprudence Perspective.
  3. Dr Ahmed Awad Abdul Majid Hindi: CEDAW Convention from Islamic Jurisprudence Perspective.
  4. Dr Mohammed Al Saeed Al Daqaq: Reservation of the International Conventions: its Concept and Regulations in Islamic Jurisprudence.
  5. Dr Yahya Misso: Muslim National in Non-Muslim Countries.

TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 2013

Morning Sessions

Eighth Topic: Jurisprudence of Compatibility and the International Community

Fifteenth Session:

Speakers:

  1. Dr. Saeed bin Saeed Al Alawi: Globalization from Islamic Perspective.
  2. Dr. Faisal Al Hafyan: Jurisprudence and Cultural Heritage in the Living Issue.
  3. Dr. Radwan Al Sayed: Jurisprudence of Living with Other, and Jurisprudence of Change in the Present and Future.

 

Recommendation Readings

  1. Jurisprudence Schools and the Ages of Change (Positive Vision): Prepared by Dr. Ahmed bin Yahya bin Ahmed Al Kindi (Present in the researches and not listed in the program).