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CHALLENGES AND EVOLUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN MALAYSIA
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This study focuses on how higher education impacted Malaysian graduates by reviewing the system’s development from 1957 to present day and even beyond to 2025, and provides the set of governmental guidelines that help maintain and enhance the system's production of marketable graduates, ensuring their employability in the global job market.
Speculation: The Islamic Perspective; A Study on Al-Maisir (Gambling)
Speculation is ineluctable. Every business transaction, including ancient barter systems, involves, to a certain extent, some aspect of speculative judgement due to human nature's striving for a
Islamic Identity, Ethical Principles and Human Values
Human ethics and values in general and Islamic ethics in particular have been studied as matters of concern since prophet Adam received respect from the angels in form of their prostration and then
Academic Leadership in a Private University: An Iranian Case Study
This study explores effective academic leadership as well as hindrances within Iran’s private higher educational institutions. The author employed a qualitative approach that utilized purposive
Traditional and Cultural Beliefs Vis-À-Vis National and Religious Myths in Sohrab Sepehri's the Traveler
This study examines the integration of national and religious myths from varied traditions that permeate Sohrab Sepehri’s poem, The Traveler. The authors posit that Sepehri’s conceptions of these
From Islamic Teaching to Social Charity: The Muhammadiyah Movement in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia; 1926-1940
From the colonial period until present day, Muhammadiyah has slowly emerged as one of the largest da'wah organizations in Indonesia. The failure of colonial politics and the rise of religious
Halal epistemology from a global perspective
This study attempts to examine, the halal issue from a global viewpoint and underscore Malaysia's potential of becoming an international halal hub. The main objective of this study is to elucidate
ON REDUCTION OF SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION , CORE SELF-EVALUATION AND EMOTION REGULATION DIFFICULTIES IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH DEPRESSION
SOHEILA HOSSEINIAN*, ELAHE SHAHTAHERI*, MANSOUREH EBRAHIMI**, ABED MAHDAVI***, MOHAMMAD ALI SEPAHVANDI**** *Master of Midwifery, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran **Master
The Impact of Cultural Diversity on Mosques in Malaysia
According to Malaysia Town and Country Planning Guideline and Standards (2002), two major considerations related to mosque usage and management are sufficient areas for both building and adjacent
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