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Majdah Zawawi

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AHMAD IBRAHIM KULLIYYAH OF LAWS

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  1. Zawawi, Majdah (2022) Reproductive responsibility as a valid consideration in ensuring impactful innovations that protect future progeny. In: Postgraduate Colloquium 2022, 26-27 January 2022, Virtual. (Unpublished)
  2. Abdul Ghani Azmi, Ida Madieha and Zawawi, Majdah and Mahmod, Nik Ahmad Kamal and Sabit, Mohammad Tahir and Zulhuda, Sonny and Daud, Mahyuddin and Omoola, Sodiq and Ramli, Zulfakar and Ramli, Noriah and Maidin, Ainul Jaria and UNSPECIFIED (2021) Mainstreaming Shari'ah solutions for peace and justice: Al-Mizan as the foundation of the legal system. In: Roundtable discussion on harmonisation of shari'ah and law, 02 September 2021, Virtual. (Unpublished)
  3. Alwi, Zilfalil and Zawawi, Majdah (2021) A handbook on medical ethics and law in Malaysia. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang. ISBN 978-967-461-607-6
  4. Zawawi, Majdah and Abdul Hak, Nora and Ibrahim, Norliah and Fauzi, Husna, eds. (2021) Family Law in Malaysia and beyond: towards sustainable family institutions. Jabatan Kehakiman Syariah Malaysia, Putrajaya. ISBN 978-967-0870-87-8
  5. Zawawi, Majdah (2018) Pengklonan manusia menurut syarak. In: Al-Ahkam Jilid 8: undang-undang Islam dan aplikasi semasa. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP), Kuala Lumpur, pp. 188-213. ISBN 978-983-49-1372-4
  6. Ramli, Noriah and Amin, Naemah and Zawawi, Majdah and Abdul Aziz, Norazlina (2017) Healthcare services: Halal pharmaceutical in Malaysia, issues and challenges. Malaysian Journal of Consumer Family Economics, 20 (S1). pp. 101-113. ISSN 1511-2802
  7. Zawawi, Majdah and Othman, Khadijah (2017) An overview of Shari'ah compliant healthcare services in Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Consumer and Family Economics, 20 (S1). pp. 91-100. ISSN 1511-2802
  8. Zawawi, Majdah and Ramli, Noriah and Nublan Zaky, Sarafina Zaky (2017) Understanding the concept of Halal for Muslims and its impact on the tourism industry. Malaysian Journal of Consumer Family Economics, 20 (S1). pp. 11-21. ISSN 1511-2802
  9. Zawawi, Majdah and Ramli, Noriah (2017) "Shari'ah compliant hospitality services" or "Muslim friendly hospitality services": searching for a balance. Malaysian Journal of Consumer Family Economics, 20 (S1). pp. 28-37. ISSN 1511-2802
  10. Abdul Ghani Azmi, Ida Madieha and Zawawi, Majdah (2015) Human stem cell research: ethical and religious concerns over patenting biotechnological inventions in Malaysia. In: Intellectual Property Law And Human Rights. Information Law Series . Kluwer Law International, The Netherlands, pp. 783-808. ISBN 978-90-411-5836-9
  11. Zawawi, Majdah and Hussin, Nasimah (2015) Forgiving the enemy: a comparative analysis of the concept of forgiveness in Shari’ah and Malaysian law. Pertanika Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 23(S). pp. 43-54. ISSN 0128-7702
  12. Zawawi, Majdah and Abdul Ghani Azmi, Ida Madieha (2014) Genetic screening of newborns in Malaysia: an ethico-legal prognosis. International Journal of Law, Policy and The Family (28). pp. 135-149.
  13. Zawawi, Majdah (2011) Redefining reproductive rights through a harmonised approach of international human rights law and Islamic law. In: Harmonisation of the Shari'ah and civil laws (perspective and practice). IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 105-151. ISBN 9789670225890
  14. Zawawi, Majdah and Abdul Ghani Azmi, Ida Madieha (2011) Genetic testing of newborns: an ethico-legal perspective. In: 1st Malaysia Conference on Rare Disoders & Medical Genetics Conference 2011, 9th-10th June 2011, Armada Hotel, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. (Unpublished)
  15. Zawawi, Majdah (2011) Artifical reproductive technologies: a need for a regulatory framework. In: 5th Safe Motherhood Congress, 2nd-4th December 2011, The InterContinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)
  16. Zawawi, Majdah (2005) Harmonising Islamic principles with contemporary bioethics in the area of assisted reproductive technologies in Malaysia. In: 2nd International Conference on Harmonisation of Shari'ah and Civil Law 2005, 29th-30th June 2005, Pan Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
  17. Zawawi, Majdah (2010) Donated materials in assisted reproductive technologies: an ethico-legal analysis of art legislations worldwide. Journal of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine, 3 (2). (1-9). ISSN 2008-0387
  18. Zawawi, Majdah (2009) Redefining reproductive rights through a harmonised approach of international human rights law and Islamic law. In: 4th International Conference on Harmonisation of Civil Law & Shariah 2009, 8-9th December 2009, Attorney General Chambers, Putrajaya.

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3An overview of Shari'ah compliant healthcare services in Malaysia589
4Genetic testing of newborns: an ethico-legal perspective537
5Forgiving the enemy: a comparative analysis of the concept of forgiveness in Shari’ah and Malaysian law498
6Understanding the concept of Halal for Muslims and its impact on the tourism industry451
7Human stem cell research: ethical and religious concerns over patenting biotechnological inventions in Malaysia448
8Genetic screening of newborns in Malaysia: an ethico-legal prognosis414
9Redefining reproductive rights through a harmonised approach of international human rights law and Islamic law387
10Pengklonan manusia menurut syarak374
11Harmonising Islamic principles with contemporary bioethics in the area of assisted reproductive technologies in Malaysia367
12Artifical reproductive technologies: a need for a regulatory framework330
13Redefining reproductive rights through a harmonised approach of international human rights law and Islamic law329
14Donated materials in assisted reproductive technologies: an ethico-legal analysis of art legislations worldwide311
15A handbook on medical ethics and law in Malaysia208
16Mainstreaming Shari'ah solutions for peace and justice: Al-Mizan as the foundation of the legal system193
17Family Law in Malaysia and beyond: towards sustainable family institutions166
18Reproductive responsibility as a valid consideration in ensuring impactful innovations that protect future progeny10