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About Department of Islamic Law

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 The Department of Islamic Sharia is one of the academic departments in the College of Law. Its professors supervise and teach the Sharia subjects prescribed to the college’s students.

 The department's independence is embodied in the specialization of its student members at the postgraduate level, given that all of the college's scientific departments do not graduate students affiliated with them at the undergraduate (bachelor's) stage.  The department’s professors teach graduate students specialized subjects in the stage leading to obtaining a higher degree (Master’s degree) as well as in the precise degree stage (PhD) after the College Council approved the proposed new program for teaching them. The department has made contributions in this aspect, represented by granting doctoral and master’s degrees to many  Researchers.

 In carrying out its educational mission, the Department of Islamic Sharia aims to form students with a dual culture and to prepare cadres qualified to decide on disputes that may arise related to this specialization, so that they have - first - an adequate understanding of the nature of the science of Islamic jurisprudence, and its relationship with society and human activities, by presenting its issues in a comprehensive manner.  It has as much clarity as it has depth, and it has as much originality as it has innovation, then by employing the method of balancing and contrasting the topics of Sharia and law, in a way that highlights the effort of our jurists and their role in developing global thought in relation to legislation, and confirms the originality, distinction and independence of our Islamic jurisprudence, and shows its fertility.  Its breadth and ability to keep pace with development and face everything new;  Leading to the establishment of jurisprudential issues that represent for Muslims the legal system that embodies the rules of Islamic interaction between individuals and between groups and countries, so that the heart of every seeker is reassured of the truth, and responds to any questions or skepticism that some may raise in this regard, especially since we are at a stage in which we hope that our Islamic law will be  Tolerance is at the forefront of our legislation, and despite this, we must benefit from every good thing we find in the legal thinking of any nation, and in this way we perform part of our duty towards our law and religion.

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Department of Islamic Law has more than 23 academic staff members

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