Islamic Manufacturing: Philosophy, Principles and Practices

Mohamed, Saiful Bahri and Abdullah, Abdul Hakim and Wahab, Zanirah and Ab Rashid, Radzuwan and Ab Rahman, Hurun and Ismail , Jailani and Wan Ab Aziz, Wan Asri and Besar, Ramli (2016) Islamic Manufacturing: Philosophy, Principles and Practices. In: 3rd International Conference on Education, Social Sciences and Humanities, 23-25 May 2016, Istanbul, Turkey.

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Malaysia has been practising manufacturing practices brought by the west and east which aim purely for materialism. This phenomenon causes a variety of problems in the manufacturing sector in this country, such as the erosion of the humanity, environmental pollution and exploitation of human labor. Manufacturing practices that are not based on the Islamic concept lead to many things that neither conform to sharia compliance nor suitable to the needs of the Muslim society. This study has two objectives. Firstly, to identify the principles of manufacturing from Islamic point of view. Secondly, to formulate a definition of Islam manufacturing as a fundamental procedure that can be used as a basis of manufacturing practices that abide to sharia, taharah, barakah and can eliminate shubhah. This qualitatif study uses document analysis as its instrument. It involves inductive and comparative analysis of data generated from Islamic sources namely the Quran, hadith and Islamic scholars’ writing. This study found that the principles of Islam manufacturing are associated with owners, capitalization, staff, premises, equipment, materials, work processes, and product documentation. The study concluded that Islamic manufacturing is a balanced and integrated process of transforming the source of material which is syariah compliant, taharah and barakah towards the elimination of shubhah for the welfare of the community in this world and hereafter.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keywords: Islamic manufacturing; Halal food; Islamic manufacturing practice
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Faculty / Institute: Faculty of Languages & Communication
Date Deposited: 11 Aug 2016 07:30
Last Modified: 11 Aug 2016 07:30

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