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Subject:

Seminar on Islamic Thought

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Adrian Harris <[log in to unmask]>

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Adrian Harris <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 10 Aug 2008 17:31:52 +0100

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The Second International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT2) will be
held at the National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia.
The date for the event is OCTOBER 06-07, 2009. All participants and
presenters are cordially invited.

Website: http://pkukmweb.ukm.my/~isoit/index.html

Welcome to the Second International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT2
2009). It is a medium of discussion for all Muslims over the world the
issues pertaining to the Muslim and Islam. It is a place where the
Muslim scholars, researchers, academicians meet every five years to
discuss the global issues related to Islam and non-Muslim counterparts.
The Seminar will provide 3 Main Sessions for paper presentations by
reputable scholars from renowned institutions and 16 Parallel sessions,
comprising papers on different topics crossing through various academic
disciplines and intellectual fields. In addition to the theoretical and
practical disciplinary thrust reflected in Islamic-oriented studies,
ranging from Education, Politics, Social Sciences, Economic, Banking and
Financing, Muslim Unity, Environmental Protection, Administration,
Management, Legal Studies, Philosophy, Contemporary Islamic Thought,
etc. The Seminar deliberations will be conducted in Arabic, English and
Malay. Simultaneous translation will be provided for participants if
needed.

Papers

Scholars and researchers are cordially invited to contribute papers and
participate in the Seminar. The conditions for the papers / abstracts
are:

1. The paper should be related to any of the above themes and may be
written in English, Arabic or Malay.

2. English and Malay paper should be written by using Times New Roman
with 11 font size and single spacing; Arabic paper should be written by
using Traditional Arabic with 18 font size and single spacing.

3. The Paper should be no more than 2000 words.

4. Abstract of the paper should be written in English within 250-300
words.

5. The formatting system should follow the APA Formatting and Style
Guide which can be accessed at this URL:
(http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

6. The paper should be original and of high academic standard.

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