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Association of Lawyers & Accountants for Islamic Law (AMAL) was established in 1984. The underlying Aims and Objectives of AMAL are:
  • To bring together all Islamically minded persons engaged in the fields of Accounting and Law and to foster the spirit of brotherhood, research and co-operation.
  • To assist professionals and individuals in developing, understanding, appreciating and promoting an Islamic ethos in their professions.
  • To promote and carry out research in matters pertaining to Islamic Law and Commerce which are of benefit to Muslims and the public at large.
  • To prepare and publish articles in the areas of Islamic Law and commerce.
  • To liaise with other organisations on matters of mutual interest and to promote inter-organisational networking.
  • To organise and participate in conferences, seminars and workshops.
In keeping with its aim and objectives, particularly in reference to “liaising with organisations on matters of mutual interest” AMAL is proud to hold membership of SANHA and a seat on its Executive Board. It will continue supporting and assisting SANHA in delivering its mission objective.

AMAL has embarked on numerous seminars, workshops and discussions with these “Aims and Objectives” in mind. We strive to educate our members as well as the community on issues facing Muslim practitioners in law, commerce and business and finding its Islamic solution.

More recently, with the advent of the discussions of the South African Law Commission on Muslim marriages and related matters, AMAL has held very successful seminars on Muslim Personal Law with resource persons from the International Islamic University of Islamabad, Pakistan and elsewhere.

Our work and responsibility does not end here. There is still a lot more that needs to be done. Muslim practitioners and members of the community need to be educated on various aspects of Islamic Law, its application and implementation.

AMAL intends to hold workshops and seminars on a regular basis on issues and topics relevant to the professions it serves.

AMAL has dedicated itself to this course of action and will ensure that it will continue facing all the challenges that lie ahead.

    For further details please feel free to contact Zain Fakroodeen:
    Tel: +27 [0]31 401 0031
    Cell: +27 [0]83 578 6688

    e-mail: mybaig@iafrica.com
 

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