AMJA Bridge

For over a decade, AMJA has curated and promoted research papers written by highly practiced imams from around the world. These thorough research papers offer the AMJA audience papers on a diverse range of subjects including information on Islamic arbitration, political involvement of Muslims, and other contemporary topics of relevance to Muslims today. Although these papers are comprehensive and detailed, the majority of them are written in Arabic making them inaccessible to many Muslims living in the West.

Fortunately, beginning 2016, AMJA is launching AMJA Bridge – a new resource for learners who prefer English. With AMJA Bridge, long-form Arabic papers will be summarized and translated. This initiative serves to bridge this language gap and, in turn, makes accessible an entire catalog of textual resources for English-speaking eager learners and Islamic scholars alike.

AMJA’s Statement Regarding the Beginning of the Month of Dhul Hijjah 1445H / 2024Resident Fatwa Committee
Contemporary Mosque Fiqh Issues related to FinancesDr. Waleed Al-Maneese Ph.D
A Woman’s Dress and AdornmentDr. Hatem al-Haj
Islamic Position on SlaveryDr. Hatem al-Haj
Contemporary Issues Related to Women Where Muslims Live as Minorities Women and EducationDr. Waleed Al-Maneese Ph.D
Women and Education – Contemporary Issues Related to Women Outside the Lands of IslamDr. Waleed Al-Maneese Ph.D
The Muslim Woman & Certain Marital Practices-Contemporary Issues Related to Women Outside the Lands of IslamDr. Muwaffak Al Ghaylany Ph.D
Summary of Islamic Law, Religiosity, Revival and DemocracyDr. Hatem al-Haj
Summary of Student Loans in the United States: Facts and RulingsDr. Main Al-Qudah Ph.D