The journal focuses on the issue of Islamic law and society in Muslim-majority countries with various approaches of normative, juridical, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, history, criminology, political sciences, psychology, and economics, and is intended to communicate the original research and current issues on the subject. Novelty and recency of issues, however, are the priority in publishing.

This journal specializes in studying the theories and practices of Islamic law and society in Muslim-majority countries. This journal warmly welcomes contributions from scholars with related disciplines that consider the following general scopes:

  1. Fatwa and Islamic Jurisprudence
  2. Islamic Family Law
  3. Islamic Economic Law
  4. Islamic Criminal Law
  5. Islamic Constitutional Law
  6. Islamic Astronomy (Falak Studies)
  7. Islamic Philanthropy