Islamic perspectives relating to business, arts, culture and communication

Proceedings of the 1st ICIBACC 2014

  • Roaimah Omar
  • Hasan Bahrom
  • Geraldine de Mello
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Islamic Studies and Communication

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Rizki Amelia Fitriyani, Sabilul Maarifah Karmidi, Putri Estiani
      Pages 23-31
    3. Fatrisha Yussof, Siti Nur Izaura Razis, Nani Hartina Ahmad, Mohd Faizul Noorizan, Ngo Kea Leng
      Pages 33-42
    4. Faradillah Iqmar Omar, Nor Azlili Hassan, Iza Sharina Sallehuddin
      Pages 43-55
  3. Art and Culture

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 57-57
    2. Safial Aqbar Zakaria, Azizi Bahauddin
      Pages 91-100
    3. Safial Aqbar Zakaria, Azizi Bahauddin, Aldrin Abdullah, Norzarifah Maliki
      Pages 101-111
    4. S. Shahrul Yani, R. Mohamad Nidzam
      Pages 137-148
    5. Abu Bakar Abd Hamid, Mohd Zafrullah Mohd Taib, Mohamad Hanif Abdul Wahab, Aida Alias
      Pages 149-159
    6. Tessa Eka Darmayanti, Azizi Bahauddin
      Pages 175-183
    7. Fariza Puteh-Behak, Norhaili Massari, Haliza Harun, A. H. Yurni Emilia
      Pages 185-198
    8. Nasreen Miza Hilmy Nasrijal, Ekmil Krisnawati Erlen Joni
      Pages 199-207
    9. A. Zalia, Harrison Arifin Abdullah, Harozila Ramli
      Pages 219-228
    10. Noor Haslina Mohamad Akhir, Normaz Wana Ismail, Rusmawati Said, Shivee Ranjanee A/P Kaliappan
      Pages 229-237
    11. Setiawan Hardono, Azizi Bahauddin, Aldrin Abdullah, Nor Zarifah Maliki
      Pages 239-249
  4. Business

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 251-251
    2. I. Shafinar, J. Arnida, M. S. Aqilah Nadiah, O. Rozana, M. Rozita Naina, K. Nadia Syazwani
      Pages 275-283
    3. Ahmad Shaharudin Abdul Latiff, Haryani Haron, Muthukkaruppan Anamalai
      Pages 295-306
    4. D. Nur Khalidah, Y. Noor Inayah, P. Mohd Rizal, A. H. Mohamad
      Pages 307-313
    5. Nur Zehan Khairi, Abd Halim Mohd Noor, Nor Azizah Mohammad Amin
      Pages 315-323
    6. Idris Osman, Roaimah Omar, Mohd Halim Mahphoth, Maryam Jameelah Mohd Hashim
      Pages 325-338
    7. Mohamad Idham Md Razak, Roaimah Omar, Adi Hakim Talib, Ghazali Semil @ Ismail, Fakrulnizam Jafri
      Pages 339-350
    8. Zarina Begum Ebrahim, Muna Kameelah Sauid, Nurul Ain Mustakim
      Pages 351-361
    9. Rozita Naina Mohamed, Rosidah Musa, Mazzini Muda, Halimahton Borhan, Shafinar Ismail, Aemillyawaty Abas
      Pages 363-372
    10. Mohamad Idham Md Razak, Rani Diana Othman, Mohd Hafiz Mohammad Hamzah, Hafifi Supir, Noor Junaini Arwin Yaacob, Siti Nurul Aini Mohd Rodzi
      Pages 405-418
    11. A. H. Fatimah Salwa, M. H. Mohd Yahya, A. R. Azila, M. Fidlizan
      Pages 419-428
  5. Law and Policy

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 439-439
    2. Zulfiqar Ali Shaikh, Muhammad Zaman Shaikh, Masood Hameed Khan
      Pages 441-449
    3. Norsyahida Zaharudin, Ahmad Naqiyuddin Bakar, Rugayah Hashim, Abdul Raufu Ambali
      Pages 451-461
    4. M. S. Mohd Ab Malek, M. J. Jeniwaty, M. Sulaiman, S. Mohd Harun
      Pages 463-474
    5. Yuhanza Binti Othman, Ida Rahayu Binti Mahat, Ekmil Krisnawati Erlen Joni
      Pages 475-483

About these proceedings


This timely book explores how the Malays and Muslims in general are faced with challenges in the fields of business, economy and politics, in the modern era of globalisation. These research findings can help the Muslim community to enhance international integration, particularly in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.

In this work, scholarly and expert authors explore Islamic perspectives on communication, art and culture, business, and law and policy. They respond to the need to uphold and strengthen the culture, arts and heritage of the Malays. Readers are invited to explore the challenges for the Malay and Muslim world and to evolve strategies to ensure competitiveness, dynamism and sustainability. Topics such as Islamophobia, drug trafficking, savings behaviours and the role of social media are addressed.

These reviewed papers were presented at the International Conference on Islamic Business, Art, Culture & Communication 2014, held in Melaka, Malaysia. They have the potential to strengthen aspects of Islamic economy and leadership, if translated into action plans. This book represents essential reading for scholars of Islamic studies and will be of interest to those examining Southeast Asia and the Malay world.


Islamic art Islamic business Islamic communication Islamic culture Islamic language Islamic religion Malay art Malay business Malay communication Malay culture Malay language Muslim religion

Editors and affiliations

  • Roaimah Omar
    • 1
  • Hasan Bahrom
    • 2
  • Geraldine de Mello
    • 3
  1. 1.Universiti Teknologi MARAAlor Gajah, MelakaMalaysia
  2. 2.Universiti Teknologi MARAShah AlamMalaysia
  3. 3.Universiti Teknologi MARAAlor Gajah, MelakaMalaysia

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