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PROF. DATIN DR. RAIHANAH BINTI HAJI ABDULLAH

Department of Syariah and Law

Academy of Islamic Studies

raihanah@um.edu.my
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Year 2014
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Rafiah Yusof, Polygamy in Islam: Solving Several Current Social Problems. National University Malaysia, Bangi. External Examiner For Masters of Islamic Studies. 2008 Rafiah Yusof, Polygamy in Islam: Solving Several Current Social Problems. National University Malaysia, Bangi. External Examiner For Masters of Islamic Studies. 2008
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PG076-2013B
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Latest Publication
2018

HAK KANAK-KANAK UNTUK DIDENGAR: AMALAN DALAM PROSIDING ḤAḌĀNAH DI MAHKAMAH SYARIAH WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN KUALA LUMPUR

2018

TUNTUTAN FASAKH: KAJIAN DARI PERSPEKTIF UNDANG-UNDANG TATACARA MAL

2017

Pemulihan Akhlak di Pusat Perlindungan Wanita: Satu Kajian di Baitul Ehsan dan Dar Assaadah

2017

Muslim Family Law in Southern Thailand: A Historical Overview

2017

Isu Wanita: Perbahasannya Menurut al-Quran dan al-Sunnah, (Women Issue: According to Quran and Sunnah)

2009

Permuafakatan dan Kerukunan Teras Peradaban Malaysia (Consensus and Principled Life as the Basis of Malaysian Civilization/ Culture)

2009

Gender Equity: Islamic Family Law & Women. A Research from Malaysia & Bangladesh.

2009

Pembelaan Kumpulan Minoriti: Isu dan Cabaran (Defence of Minority Groups: Issues and Challenges)

2017

Malaysian Shariah Courts Judgement on Custodial Rights to Empower Female Muslim Converts,

2015

Inserting Stipulation Pertaining to Polygamy in Muslim Countries: Guaranteeing Protection against Abuse of Muslim Women in Malaysia

2014

Amalan Pembahagian Harta Sepencarian: Asas dan Perkembangannya. (The Practice of Jointly Acquired Property: Fundamental and Development)

2014

Protecting Muslim women against abuse of polygamy in Malaysia: legal perspective