International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies

International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies (SIS) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published Quarterly by Refaad. The journal aims to spread scientific knowledge in the field of Islamic studies in its various branches: Creed, Interpretation, Hadith, Fiqh, and Usul al-Fiqh. As well as addressing contemporary problems and future challenges from the point of view of Islamic law. It also aims to activate the movement of scientific research in various legal issues by providing the opportunity for researchers and scholars to publish their scientific and research output that meets the conditions for scientific research in the field of Islamic studies.

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The Reasons for the Difference in the Saying of Sheikh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah and its Jurisprudential Applications

Maatouk Bin Ateeq Al-Mutairi

Explanation of the reasons for the difference in the saying of Sheikh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (may God have mercy on him), the jurisprudential application on it, knowledge of the issues in which his saying differed and the cause of the difference are forty separate issues on the chapters of jurisprudence. ...

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The Right of the Child to Citizenship between Jurisprudence and Law A Comparative Study with Yemeni Law

AbdulSalam Hamood Ghaleb AL-anesi

In this research, we briefly addressed the definition of nationality and how a child obtains it in Yemeni and Egyptian law by birth to parents from the same country or birth in the same country. Then we addressed the general framework in international conventions that grant equal rights to men and women ...

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Quranic Legislation between its Purposes and the Reasons for its Revelation (Legislation Aimed at Maintaining Security in Society as a Model)

Ahmad Ibrahim Ababneh , Youssef Ibrahim Al Sayaheen

The Qur’anic legislation had several features that make it a complete legislation. That falsehood does not come to it from before it or from behind it, and among those important features is that it is a legislation based on the care of purposes upon which all its rulings revolved, and these purposes, ...

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The Eligibility of Liberation Movements to Conclude International Treaties in Islamic Jurisprudence and International Law

Abdul Rahman S. Al-Daya

The conclusion of international treaties in Islamic Sharia and international law is not valid unless it is concluded by the authority or its representative. However, the existence of liberation movements is an essential factor in some countries to demand the rights of people, represent their interests ...

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Bibliographic Information Email: editorsis@refaad.com DOI: 10.31559/SIS ISSN 2617-6246 (Online) ISSN 2617-6238 (Print) Freq. : Quarterly Language : Arabic, English Articles : 85

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