The HITEC ISLAMICUS is a multi-disciplinary publication dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Islam and the Islamic world. Particular attention is paid to works dealing with history, geography, political science, economics, anthropology, sociology, law, literature, religion, philosophy, international relations, environmental and developmental issues, as well as ethical questions related to scientific research and societal concerns. The board governing the HITEC ISLAMICUS comprises locally and internationally renowned scholars and researchers, alsoall the work published in this journal is available to everyone; HITEC ISLAMICUS emphasises and promotes freedom of expression and constructive argument within Islamic domain. The HITEC ISLAMICUS does not necessarily agree with all the statements made or opinions expressed by the contributors who bear responsibility for their views or comments.
The Journal seeks to place Islam and the Islamic traditions as its central focus of academic inquiry and to encourage comprehensive consideration of its many facets; to provide a forum for the study of Islam and Muslim societies in the global context.The objective is to encourage interdisciplinary studies of the challenges facing the Islamic World in the global context, and promote interaction among academics, exchange and diffusion of their research findings in consonance with various traditions of learning.