My Selected Publication

My selected publications consist of all my academic writings in the form of books,chapters and articles in book, conference proceedings, working papers and articles in magazine and newspaper.

  1. Reflection on the Young Muslim Intellectuals in South East Asia Programme
  2. Does Islamic Islamic Financial Institutions Need to Pay Zakat?
  3. Islamic law of Inherintance in Malaysia
  4. Gerakan Islam dan Keganasan Israel
  5. The Position of Al-Quran As a Source of Law under the Malaysian Legal System
  6. Optimising Uqud In Financial Services: A Case Study of The SME Bank.
  7. Ahmad Ibrahim, Sumbangan dan Pemikirannya Dalam Perlaksanaan Sistem Perbankan Islam di Malaysia
  8. Undang-Undang Produk Halal Di Malaysia: Isu Penguatkuasaan Dan Pendakwaan
  9. A Challenge of Globalization to Muslims Youth
  10. Metod Ibnu Al-Arabi dalam Kitab Tafsir “Ahkam Al-Quran” dan Hubungannya Dengan Metod Pentafsir Masa Kini
  11. Sumbangan Intelektual Islam Dalam Seni
  12. The Investment Of Waqf Land As An Instrument Of Muslims’ Economic Development In Malaysia
  13. Konsep “Al-Yamin” dan Perlaksanaannya di Mahkamah Syariah
  14. Corporate Governance Of Islamic Financial Institutions
  15. An Overview of the Islamic Law of Property in Malaysia
  16. Zakat Instrumen Penyumbang Pembentukan Usahawan
  17. The Effectiveness of the Legal Framework of Islamic Banking System in Malaysia
  18. Stakeholders Model of Governance in Islamic Economic System: Revisit
  19. Akauntabiliti Akademia
  20. Commentaries on the IFSB Exposure Draft Guiding Principles on Shari’ah Governance System
  21. Adult in Higher Education
  22. Interview With Hawkamah, the Institute for Corporate Governance, Dubai International Financial Centre, United Arab Emirates
  23. Risk Management and Corporate Governance in Islamic Financial Institutions
  24. Islam and Malay under the Constitution
  25. Shari’ah Governance and the Effect of the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 2009
  26. Questions and Answers on the BBA Financing Facilities in Malaysia
  27. Miracle of Ramadhan (Ramadhan Article Edition)
  28. Zakat: The Most Neglected Obligation
  29. Tenth Malaysia Plan from Regulatory Perpesctive
  30. Malaysian Courts System
  31. Surah Yusuf verse 43-49, Tenth Malaysia Plan and “Buku Jingga”
  32. Dinar and Dirham: Strength and Practicality
  33. Memahami Undang-undang Keterangan Islam
  34. Kewangan Islam Sebagai Medan Dakwah
  35. Memahami Konsep “Sumpah” Dalam Islam
  36. Tazkiah al Mal Melalui Kewangan Islam
  37. Tasawwur Dakwah dan Tajdid Haraki Mendepani Isu Islam dan Pluraliti
  38. Antara Pemeriksaan JAIS dan Kelemahan Institusi Zakat
  39. Memahami Ramadhan Hayati Kemerdekaan
  40. Polemik Hudud di Malaysia Satu Tinjauan Ringkas
  41. Antara Belanjawan Negara dan Belanjawan Alternatif 2012
  42. Pengurusan Harta Tidak Patuh Syariah
  43. Shariah Criminal Offence (Hudud and Qisas) Enactment (State of Terengganu): Its Impact on People of Terengganu with Special Reference to the Federal Constitution
  44. Rang Undang-undang Perhimpunan Aman 2011: Transformasi atau Anti-Transformasi
  45. Refining the Misconception of Apostasy in Islam
  46. Menelusuri Literatur Sirah Nabi Muhammad Sallallahualaihiwasallam
  47. Benefiting the Social Media for the Sake of Da’wah
  48. Towards an Arms Trade Treaty: What are our roles?
  49. Tentangan Pelaksanaan Syariah di Malaysia: Antara Kefahaman dan Tohmahan
  50. Ke Mana Arah Tuju Kewangan Isalm?
  51. Islamophobia
  52. Democracy in Islam
  53. Quest for Meaning in Hijaz
  54. Yusuf Al Qaradhawi As a Public Intellectual
  55. Characteristics of Money from Fiqhi Perspective
  56. Sovereign Debt
  57. Merungkai Persoalan Krisis di Syria
  58. Medical Negligence from Shariah and Legal Perspectives
  59. Innovation and Creativity in Infaq or Giving in the Way of Allah
  60. Window dressing and Scholars Wannabes

14 thoughts on “My Selected Publication

  1. nurul huda says:

    salam.
    boleh saya tahu bila tahun publication ini; “An overview of the islamic law of property in malaysia” ? saya ingin menggunakannya sebagai rujukan literature review saya tentang topik faraid.
    terima kasih.

    nurul huda ismail
    i.nurulhuda@yahoo.com.my

  2. maryama says:

    help me i am a student.i need some data for completion of my project.principle of limited company,joint stock company,islamic corporation islamically.

    • ZULKIFLI HASAN says:

      Salam,

      You may refer to Nyazee, I.A.K. (2006). Islamic Law of Business Organization Partnerships. Petaling Jaya, Selangor: The Other Press Sdn. Bhd.
      Nyazee, I.A.K. (1998). Islamic Law of Business Organization Corporations. Islamic Law and Jurisprudence, Volume 2. Islamabad: The Islamic Research Institute Press.

      Although the concept of partnership in the form of musyarakah or mudharabah is well known since in the early period of Islam, it is found that there is less discussion on a concept akin to the corporation . In fact, Kuran, (2005) writes that the corporation was absent from the Middle East until the nineteenth century . One of the reasons is that the role of unincorporated trust or waqf which is able to stimulate the economy and provided additional fund to the state and therefore less demand for commercial or financial organizations in the form of corporation is needed for sake of boosting tax revenue . Only in 1851, in Istanbul, the first Muslim-owned joint-stock company of the Ottoman Empire known as the Sirket Hayriye, a marine transportation company, was established with 2,000 tradable shares. The largest shareholder of the Sirket Hayriye was Sultan Abdul Mecit followed by the government officials and prominent financiers (Kuran, 2005: 785-786).

      It is contended that the corporate form of business organization with a separate legal entity does not appear directly in the classical fiqh discussions by Muslim jurists. Vogel, (2006: 133-134, 167-169) mention that classical Islamic law only discusses a concept of partnership and not modern companies with an artificial personality. Nevertheless, such contention is not truly accurate as the Muslim jurists have already accepted a concept of corporation known as Shahsiyah I’tibariyah (fictitious person) based on principles of qiyas (analogy) and istihsan (equity) or masalih mursalah (public interest) (Ghazali, 2005:456). In fact, the existence of public treasury (Bayt al-Mal) and Waqf implies the recognition on the concept of corporation with separate legal entity. Although there was no corporation during the time of the Prophet Muhammad, the notion of such concept has already existed in the form of limited partnership or Syarikah al-Inan where the shareholders may sell their shares in the market and their liability is limited . In addition, the structure of joint-stock-company is a variation of the concept of mudharabah where it acknowledges the notion of separation of ownership and control (Abdul Rahim. 1998: 60-61) .
      Nyazee, (2006: 297-301) clearly states that the earlier Muslim jurists were fully aware of the concept of corporate personality but they rejected it for the system they were dealing with. He further mentions that most of Muslims modern scholars claim that this concept was known to Islamic law and only some of the scholars are doubtful on this position. Nyazee, (1998) views that the legal personality did exist in an undeveloped form as contained in the principle of aqila . In term of appropriate model of corporation, he proposes that the Islamic corporation to be based on the principle of wakala. Dien, (2001: 329-331) in his commentaries on Nyazee, (1998) states that the concept of corporate legal personality can be found in the institution of bayt al-mal (Muslim Treasury) or awqaf and the system of aqila whereby the former refers to private corporation and the latter refers to public corporation .

  3. ahmed amin says:

    pls assist me with ur articles on islamic finance

  4. yasir says:

    Salem Aleikum Dr. Hasan,

    I was wondering in which year the following article was written because I need references for my master thesis. This is the article: The Effectiveness of the Legal Framework of Islamic Banking System in Malaysia.
    Thanks in advance.

    Kind regards,

    Yasir

    • DR. ZULKIFLI HASAN says:

      Hasan, Z. (2006). The Effectiveness of the Legal Framework of the Islamic Banking System in Malaysia, National Seminar In Islamic Banking and Finance, Islamic Science University of Malaysia, 29-30th August 2006.

      • Assalam Dr, saya nak dapatkn reff utk penerbitan bertajuk: Undang-Undang Produk Halal Di Malaysia: Isu Penguatkuasaan Dan Pendakwaan, terima kasih.

      • DR. ZULKIFLI HASAN says:

        25. Hasan, Z. (2007). Undang-Undang Produk Halal Di Malaysia: Isu Penguatkuasaan Dan Pendakwaan. Law Convention: Issues on Enforcement and Prosecution, Islamic Science University of Malaysia, 11th-12th August 2007.

  5. Azie A.R. says:

    Salam Dr,

    Appreciate if you can provide info on this publication; A Challenge of Globalization to Muslims Youth. I would like to cite them for my MA dissertation.

    Thank you, Azie

  6. ain says:

    As salam…Dr Zulkifli ..saya dan rakan saya sedang melaksanakan projek tahun akhir yg bertajuk risiko kredit dalam perbankan Islam…dalam ckop yg lebih kecil berkenaan faktor yg mempengaruhi risiko kredit…Boleh tk Dr tolong bg contoh pembolehubah yang berkaitan…Terima kasih

  7. Zulaipa Ruzulan says:

    As Salam Dr, Boleh Dr, provide kan rujukan artikel Dr. yang bertajuk, “The Position of Al-Quran As a Source of Law under the Malaysian Legal System”. Sekian , terima kasih

    • DR. ZULKIFLI HASAN says:

      Hasan, Z. and Ab Rahman, A. (2005). The Position of Al-Quran as a Source of Law under the Malaysian Legal System. International Seminar on Al-Quran, Islamic Science University of Malaysia, 19th-20th September 2005.

  8. masturah mokhtar says:

    Salam Dr.

    boleh sya tahu tahun publication tajuk “islamophobia”?
    masturah.casablanca@gmail.com

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