Focus and Scope

The Suhuf Journal is dedicated to publishing high-quality, in-depth analyses and scholarly research in key areas of Islamic Economic and Finance, Islamic Education, and Qur'an and Sunnah Studies. Our aim is to provide a platform for academic discourse, innovative research, and insightful debates that contribute significantly to these fields.

  1. Islamic Economic and Finance
  • Fundamentals: Exploring the core principles and theories underpinning Islamic economics and finance.
  • Trends and Opportunities in Islamic Finance: Investigating the evolving landscape, emerging trends, and growth opportunities in Islamic finance globally.
  • Islamic Banking and Financial Markets: Analyzing the operations, products, and services of Islamic banking and its impact on global financial markets.
  • Risk Management: Delving into risk assessment and management strategies in the context of Islamic financial principles.
  • Islamic Social Finance: Examining the role of Islamic social finance tools like zakat, waqf, and microfinance in fostering socio-economic development.
  • Financial Planning: Addressing Islamic perspectives on financial planning, wealth management, and personal finance.
  • Legal and Regulatory Issues: Discussing the legal frameworks, regulations, and compliance issues in Islamic finance.
  1. Islamic Education
  • Pedagogy: Investigating teaching methods and practices in Islamic education.
  • Educational Technology: Exploring the integration and impact of technology in Islamic educational settings.
  • Student Learning: Focusing on student engagement, learning processes, and outcomes in Islamic education.
  • Education Policy: Analyzing policies and reforms shaping Islamic education systems.
  • Teacher Education: Addressing the training, development, and professional growth of educators in Islamic educational institutions.
  1. Qur'an and Sunnah Studies
  • Qur'anic Studies: Delving into the exegesis, historical context, and interpretations of the Qur'an.
  • Tafsir Studies: Analyzing classical and contemporary tafsir literature.
  • Hadith Studies: Examining the collection, authentication, and interpretation of hadiths.
  • Comparative Studies: Assessing the influence and interpretation of Qur'anic and Sunnah studies in Muslim-majority countries and in the Western context.
  1. Islamic Law (Shariah)
  • Fundamentals of Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh): Exploring the principles, sources, and methodologies used in Islamic jurisprudence.
  • Contemporary Applications of Shariah: Investigating modern-day applications and interpretations of Islamic law in various aspects of life.
  • Islamic Family Law: Delving into issues related to marriage, divorce, inheritance, and guardianship within the Islamic legal framework.
  • Islamic Criminal Law: Examining the Islamic perspective on criminal justice, including punishments, rights of the accused, and ethical considerations.
  • Islamic Financial Law: Analyzing the legal aspects of Islamic finance, including contracts, compliance, and regulatory frameworks.
  • Comparative Shariah Studies: Comparing Islamic law with other legal systems and exploring its influence in non-Muslim countries.
  • Islamic Law and Human Rights: Discussing the intersection of Islamic law with international human rights standards and principles.
  • Environmental and Bioethical Issues in Islam: Addressing contemporary environmental and bioethical challenges from an Islamic legal perspective.

The Suhuf Journal welcomes submissions that contribute to the understanding and practical application of Islamic Law, offering insights into both historical foundations and contemporary challenges. Our goal is to foster an environment of scholarly discourse that bridges traditional Islamic legal studies with modern societal issues.