Grants for 2019

1. Magomet Yandiev (Moscow, Russia), Gapur Oziev (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), “Islamic Finance: issues and possible solutions”.

2. Gapur Oziev, Abdurahman Obeid Hussein (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), “The danger of fatwas based on ideological and fragmented reading of hadiths: A study of some of the fatwas circulating in the literature of extremists groups”.

3. Elvusal Mammadov (Baku, Azerbaijan), “Philosophy and religion in Islamic Thought of Middle Ages”.

4. Damir Khusainov (Saint Petersburg, Russia), “Ideological aspects of Imam ash-Shatibi ‘s work “al Muafakt fi usul al fikh” in the formation of the Fikh for Minorities”.

5. Kamal Gasimov (Michigan, USA), “Ijtihad in the light of the goals of Sharia: Jasser Auda’s ethical and legal theory”.

6. Bazirgan Verdiyev (Istanbul, Turkey), “The religious factor in the decision making of Azerbaijanians for studying or living in Turkey and changing their religious mindset during living or studying there”.

7. Ramin Vakilov (Istanbul, Turkey), “Maqasid al-Shariah in Islamic Jurisprudence”.

8. Teymur Atayev (Baku, Azerbaijan), Solomiya Vivchar (Lviv, Ukraine), “Bridges of Mutual Understanding in Balkan Literatures”.

9. Mykhaylo Yakubovych (Ostroh, Ukraine), “Islam in Eastern Europe: the tradition of moderation”.

10. Seyran Arifov (Kyiv, Ukraine), “Message of Muslim Unity”.

11. Gapur Oziev (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), “Waqf: concept, management, development and financing (Part I)”.