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- In “Sharī‘ah-Compliant Equities and Sharī‘ah Screening: Need for Convergence of Ethical Screening of Stocks with Sharī‘ah Screening” (International Journal of Emerging Markets, forthcoming) Tauhidul Islam Tanin (Monash University) and Faruq Ahmad (Islamic Economics Institute) argue that Islamic finance must incorporate a method whereby “the ethical screening of stocks” is integrated into the screening process for sharī’a compliance.
- In “Religious Intolerance, Witchcraft, Superstition, and Underdevelopment in Africa” (Skeptic, 25 no. 2), Williams Iheme (Jindal Global law School) explores the historical roots of religious intolerance and witchcraft in Africa, with an emphasis on colonialism and imperialism, coupled with a discussion of the continent’s indigenous as well as “imported monotheistic faiths.”
- In “Waqf Administration in Malaysia: Problems and Solutions” (SSRN, August 31, 2021) Nur Azam Anuarul Perai discusses the reasons behind Malaysia’s limited number of waqfs or Islamic endowments, noting that most of them are unable to “generate a constant revenue stream.”