By Spahic Omer Surah al-Shu’ara’ is the 26th surah in the Qur’an. It has 227 verses (ayat) which are divided into eleven sections. It was…View More Main Themes of Surah al-Shu’ara’ (the Poets)
By Iylia Marsya Iskandar GOMBAK, 30 March 2020: Despite the threatening outdoor situation during this pandemic, an expert group of engineers consisting of lecturers from…View More IIUM engineers playing their part to battle COVID-19
By Nur Sa’adah Batrisyia “Patient number 31 refused to get tested and moved around the cities spreading the virus due to a belief to not…View More COVID-19: The truth behind Shincheonji Church
By Spahic Omer Man is made of body and soul. The former represents the physical, and the latter the metaphysical level of existence. As such,…View More Trapped in matter
By Qamarina Razali To have the subject of menstruation or period, as we usually call it, in a conversation although seemingly not difficult, seems to…View More Stigma on menstruation must end. Period.
By Iylia Marsya Iskandar and Amir Azmir GOMBAK, 25 October 2019: “Contemporary Muslims are seen to have developed a narrow view on the roles of…View More The roles of Shariah in contemporary world
By Aiman Najiha, Luqman Hakim, Sofea Adira, Amzar Samat, Nursakinah Suhaimi and Hamizan Nazifi Human milk bank is basically a service which collects, screens, processes…View More Is human milk bank permissible?
By Ma Feiya GOMBAK, 26 April 2019 – Research papers are written based on valuable production practices or research topics. With original and unique papers,…View More Skills for writing research papers
By Mohammad Saifullah GOMBAK, 3 October 2018: A visiting professor from University of South Australia has urged for the advancement of the Islamic Studies course…View More Prof. Dr. Abdulla urges for advancement of Islamic Studies curriculum
By Souhaila Ahmed Elyass Hussain and Hasnah Abdul Kadir GOMBAK, 24 December 2017 – IIUM.fm radio programme on Insights into Research and Publications in the…View More “Talk big and Think big” – Prof. Syed Arabi