Research Papers/Topics in Arabic And Islamic Studies

THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MRS OLANIYAN RAHFAT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAM IN EJIGBO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OSUN STATE

ABSTRACTWomen in the pre-Islamic period had no defined status nor did they have rights to live or to possess or inherit property. Islam, right from its inception freed woman from socio-political and economic bondage of the period and accorded them the same basic rights as those of their male counterparts. Islam made them an important living entity; it gives them rights to life, rights to possess wealth, inherit property and among others, though this is regulated by the Shariah. Muslim woman i...

التاريخية

A conference paper presented during the 34th international Waqf organization annual confrerence held at Sa'adatu Rimi College of Education Kano in November, 2018.

Administration of Islamic Law in the Sharia Court of Appeal

ABSTRACT This study examined the “Administration of Islamic Law in the Sharia Court of Appeal in Gwagwalada Area Council, FCT”. A survey research design was adopted for the study. One hundred (100) respondents were randomly selected from eight departments of the Gwagwalada Area Council Secretariat, FCT. The main instrument used for this study was questionnaire and the data collected were analyzed using frequency counts and percentage. The findings from the study revealed that the shar...

Islam, Politics and Social Media: Nigerian Context

ABSTRACT             Islam is an indispensable phenomenon in all spheres of human life in the universe, Nigeria included. This informs the position taken in this paper that Islam is in support of Muslims’ involvement in developmental politics. This paper established the fact that Islam appreciates and welcomes all forms of advancement which aligned with the injunctions of Allah. This implies that using social media is permitted in as much it is in line with Islamic teachi...

THE RELEVANCE OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION TO THE 'MODERN' WORLD

The teachers and teaching of Islamic studies most especially in the secular schools has been relegated to the background to the extent that even science and vocational students are denied taking the subjects in some schools. While the Subject  is a reservoir of knowledge that encompasses all the aspect and field of knowledge putting into consideration that is dealing with Qur'an  and sunnah of the prophet (saw). This lesson will help you to understand how important the subject is economical...

THE IMPACT OF ISLAM ON AFRICAN CULTURE

THE IMPACT OF ISLAM ON AFRICAN CULTUREFrom the earliest period of the world, man  or the human-race has always been heterogenized and symbolically sub-divided (a part from colour and language) by a series of empirical events which have incidentally led to, shapened  and  determined their varied uniqueness whilst interacting with both spiritual or abstract and temporal or physical events and features of worldly life, and thus, the emergence of culture as a glaring feature...

Dressing code

Dressing in Nigerian schools is gradually becoming retrogressive and animalistic. Although it was build out of European culture which makes us to forget our cultural and traditional mode of dressing. This write up is geared towards enlighten the public on dressing code: An Islamic perspective for moral, social and religious development among others.