MINISTRY OF ENDOWMENT
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 ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE: HUMAN COMMONALITIES AND INTERESTS”

April 2014
Muscat – Oman

 ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE: HUMAN COMMONALITIES AND INTERESTS”

April 2014
Muscat – Oman

SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2014

Morning Sessions
Opening
First Session: First Topic: Jurisprudence Terminology, Concept and Rooting.

Moderator: Nour-Ud-Din Al Khadimi, Minister of Endowments and Religious Affairs, Tunis.

Speakers:

  • His Eminency Sheikh Prof. Dr Shawqi Allam: Systems of Quranic Values in the Area of Jurisprudence and its Fundamentals.
  • His Excellency Sheikh Ahmed bin Saud Al Sayabi: System of Quranic Values and its Impacts in the Verbal and Moral Areas.
  • Sheikh Prof. Dr. Mohammed Mustafa Al Yaqoot: Value of Acquaintance in Quran, Jurisprudence and Contemporary Commonalities.
  • Sheikh Dr. Wahba Al Zuhaili: Value of Common Welfare and Human Interests in Quran and Scholars’ Perceptions.
  • Dr. Ali Jumaa: Essential Interests as Human Communalities.
  • Sheikh Ayatollah Al Araki: Justice, Mercy and Jurisprudence Impacts.
  • Dr. Radwan Al Sayed: The Concept of Common Human Interests in Jurisprudence and Speech.

 

Evening Session
Second Session
Second Topic
: Equality, Fundamentals and Jurisprudence.
Moderator: Sheikh Rawi Ainuddin, Grand Mufti of Federal Russia

Speakers:

  • Ahmed bin Yahya Al Kindi: Equality in Public Islamic Jurisprudence.
  • Mohammed bin Saif Al Habsi: Equality in the Private Islamic Jurisprudence.
  • Dr Saeed Mohammed Al Daqaq: Equality in the Regional Treaties from Islamic Perspective.
  • Dr. Farhan Al Juaibari: Concept of Equality in the Early Ibadi Thought (1st and 2nd Century H).

 

Third Session
Third Topic: Jurisprudence of Justice in Islam.
Moderator: His Excellency Amin Al Hasanat Shah, Pakistan Minister of State for Religious Endowments.

Speakers:

  • His Excellency Prof. Dr Nour-Ud-Din Al Khadimi: Justice and Jurisprudence of Commissioning in Islam.
  • Ahmed bin Taher Ibrahim: Justice Institutions in Islam: Judicial System as an Example.
  • Hussain Al Shaibi: Justice and its Relation with Equality in the Jurisprudence of Family.
  • Dr Abdul Nasser Abu Bassal: Rights and Duties of Muslims in Non-Muslim Countries.

MONDAY, APRIL 7, 2014

Morning Sessions
Fourth Session
Third Topic: Jurisprudence of Justice in Islam.
Moderator: Sheikh Abdul Latif Daryan, Head of Sharia Supreme Court of Lebanon.

Speakers:

  • Dr Ahmed Awad Abdul Majid Hindi: Procedural Justice in the Islamic Jurisprudence (Impact of Opression in Changing the Course of Jurisprudence).
  • Dr Saeed bin Saeed Al Alawi: Concept of Jurisprudence in the Modern Reformist Trend.

 

Fifth Session
Fourth Topic: Jurisprudence of Human Rights in Islam.
Moderator: Dr Salem bin Helal Al Kharousi.

Speakers:

  • Saif bin Salem Al Hadi: Human Rights in the Holy Quran.
  • Juma bin Khalfan Al Batrani: Human Rights in the Prophetic Sunnah.
  • Ibrahim in Nasser Al Sawafi: Rights of Warriors in Islamic Jurisprudence.

 

Sixth Session
Fourth Topic: Jurisprudence of Human Rights in Islam.
Moderator: His Excellency Adam Hassan Adam, Minister of Endowments in Djibouti.

Speakers:

  1. Dr. Abdul Razaq Kassoum: Jurisprudence Rules and Human Rights.
  2. Dr Ammar Al Talibi: Resources of Human Rights in Islamic Jurisprudence.
  3. Bahmed Rafis: Human Rights in Right Food.
  4. Dr Abdul Sattar Abu Ghida: Jurisprudence of Sunnah and Protecting Mind in Islam.

 

Evening Session
Seventh Session
Fourth Topic: Jurisprudence of Human Rights in Islam
Moderator: Sheikh Aziz Hasanovic, Grand Mufti of Croatia

  1. Dawood Bu Raqiba: Children’s Rights in Quran.
  2. Dr. Abdul Hamid Madkour: Human Rights and Purposes of Islamic Sharia.
  3. Rashid bin Ali Al Dughaishi: Freedom as a Manifestation of Human Right in Islam.

 

 

Eighth Session
Fifth Topic:
Human Rights in International Treaties and Islamic Jurisprudence
Moderator: Sheikh Nejad Grapos, Grand Mufti of Slovenia

Speakers:

  1. Dr Abdul Aziz Sashidina: Jurisprudence Vision of the American Declaration of Independence.
  2. Ahmed Abu Al Wafa Mohammed: Jurisprudence Vision of the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen.
  3. Dr Ashraf Abu Al Wafa: Concept of Citizenship and Human Rights.

 

Ninth Session
Sixth Topic:
Human Rights in International Treaties and Islamic Jurisprudence
Moderator: Sheikh Saleh bin Omar Kaab, Grand Mufti of Zanzibar

Speakers:

  1. His Eminency Ahmed Mubalaghi: Jurisprudence Vision to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  2. Prof Dr. Mohammed Nabil Ghanaym: Jurisprudence Vision to the Islamic Declaration of Human Rights.
  3. Dr Hamid Lahmar: Human Rights in the Universal Declaration of 1984 and Islamic Declaration of 1990, comparing between them and the specificities.

TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014

Morning Sessions
Fourth Session

Tenth Topic: Human Rights in the International Covenants and Islamic Jurisprudence.
Moderator: His Eminency Sheikh Ibrahim Saleh Al Hussaini, Chairman of Fatwa Committee of Nigeria, Chairman of the Assembly of Muslims in Nigeria

Speakers: 

  1. Dr Faisal Al Hafyan: Human Rights Terminology and Concepts, between Universal Declaration and the Islamic Thought.
  2. Dr Mustafa Rashoum: Human Rights in the Islamic Documents.
  3. Ismael Al Aghbari: Human Rights through Oman’s Scholars.

 

Eleventh Session
Sixth Topic: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality for Islamic Scholars 
Moderator: Dr. Mustafa Ozojan, Chairman of Al Fateh University

Speakers:

  1. Dr. Mahmoud Mustafa Aboud Al Harmoush: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in the Omani Jurisprudence “Ibn Barakah”.
  2. Sheikh Dr Abdul Aziz Al Awadi: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in Shafi’i Jurisprudence. “Al Ghazali and Ezz Al Din Ibn Abdul Salam as Examples of Study”.
  3. Abdul Rahman Al Kilani: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in Maliki Jurisprudence. “Al Shatibi and Al Qarafi as Examples of Study”.

 

Twelfth Session
Sixth Topic: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality for Islamic Scholars
Moderator: His Eminency Sheikh Muhsain Hassan Al Mukhtari, Chairman of the Higher Institute for the Comparative Studies.

Speakers:

  1. Sheikh Hilal Al Litwani: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in Imami Jurisprudence. “Al Nanini and Al Ansari as Examples of Study”.
  2. Sheikh Abdullah Al Ezzi: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in Zaidi Jurisprudence. “Ibn Al Murtadha and Al Hassan Al Jalal as Examples of Study”.
  3. Dr Mohammed Al Sheikh: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in Ibadi Jurisprudence. “Imam Mohammed Atfish and Imam Nour Al Din Al Salimi as Examples of Study”.
  4. Dr Khalid Saeed Tifoushit: Jurisprudence of Human Commonality in the Jurisprudence of Acquaintance, Knowledge and Recognition. “Sheikh Ali Haydar Muamar and Sheikh Ahmed Al Khalili as Examples of Study”.

 

Evening Sessions
Thirteenth Session
Seventh Topic: Sharia Policy and Jurisprudence of Human Commonality.
Moderator: Sheikh Mohammed Mukhtar Wild Anbalah, Head of Fatwa and Grievances Committee in Mauritania.

Speakers:

  1. Sheikh Dr Abdullah bin Rashid Al Sayabi: Rules of Sharia Policy in Ibadi Jurisprudence.
  2. Dr Majdi Ashour: Basics of Jurisprudence of Sharia Policy in the Four Schools. Comparative Sutdy.
  3. Dr Mohammed Nimer Al Samak: Human Dignity and Jurisprudence of Sharia Policy.
  4. Dr. Nozad Sawash: Rules of Diligence (Ijtihad) in Sharia Policy. (Women Issues as Examples of Study).
  5. Power: Elements and Regulations in Sharia Policy.

 

Evening Sessions
Fourteenth Session
Seventh Topic: Sharia Policy and Jurisprudence of Human Commonality.
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Wajdi Al Dasouqi, Head of Islamic Dawah in Malaysia

Speakers:

  1. Dr Mohammed Qassim Al Mansi: Social Solidarity and its Regulations in Sharia Policy.
  2. Dr. Rajab Abu Maleh: Pluralism and Rules of Sharia Policy.
  3. Dr. Idris Fahri Al Fasi: Sent Interests and Human Commonality. “Search in Fundamentals of Sharia Policy.
  4. Sheikh Aflah bin Ahmed Al Khalili: Sharia Policy between Al Khalili and Imam Al Salimi.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2014

Morning Sessions
Fifteenth Session
Eighth Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Universal Jurisprudence Heritage.
Moderator: Sheikh Ismael Abdul Halim, Head of Alumni Council of Arabic Universities in Malaysia.

Speakers:

  1. Dr Mohammed Mattar: Islamic Jurisprudence and its Influence on the English Law.
  2. Dr. Burham Attallah: Islamic Jurisprudence and its Influence on the French Law.
  3. Dr Mohammed Al Maliki: Islamic Jurisprudence and its Influence on the Spanish Law.
  4. Dr Musafar Al Qahtani: Sharia Policy and Civil Measure.

 

Sixteenth Session
Eighth Topic: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Universal Jurisprudence Heritage.
Moderator: Abdullah Ali Hamad Al Ghulaifi, Undersecretary of the Libyan Ministry of Endowments.

Speakers:

  1. Dr Mohammed Kamal Imam: Islamic Jurisprudence in Comparative Law Conferences and the Early Beginning of Comparatives.
  2. Prof Dr Jafar Abdul Salam: Islamic Jurisprudence and the Academy of Islamic Jurisprudence in The Hague.
  3. Dr Jabir Abdul Hadi Salem Al Shafae: Codification of Islamic Jurisprudence between Conferences and Legislations.

 

Closing Ceremony, Conclusion and recommendations.