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IIUM Kuantan Campus, 
Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, 
Bandar Indera Mahkota, 
25200 Kuantan, 
Pahang Darul Makmur, 

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In June 2012, a new centre called IIUM Centre of Islamisation (CENTRIS) was established. Its establishment  was meant to spearhead  the Islamisation mission of the University which was regarded earlier  as one of its four missions. The Islamisation mission was later elevated as the FOUNDATION of the University in IIUM Strategic Plan 2013-2020. 

Among others, CENTRIS is expected to plan, develop and implement various Islamisation projects and programmes. It is also expected to systematize and coordinate Islamisation activities and initiatives in IIUM especially with regard to Islamisation of human knowledge or IOHK.

The Distinguished Professor Tan Sri. Dr. Mohd. Kamal Hassan was appointed the Chairman of the Centre together with a Senior Assistant Director Sr. Zurina Abdul Ghani on 1st July 2012 followed by the appointment of its first Director, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hazizan Md. Noon on 1st September 2012, Deputy Director I, Assoc. Prof.  Dr. Akram M.K.M. Khedher on 1st November 2013.


Centre For Islamisation (CENTRIS).  
Level 2, Office of the Campus Director, 
IIUM Kuantan Campus, 
Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Bandar Indera Mahkota, 
25200 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur, 

IIUM Centre for Islamisation or CENTRIS was established in May 2012 to spearhead the University’s mission and vision of Islamisation and integration of human acquired knowledge. The Centre aims to synthesize academic and scientific efforts of integrating human acquired knowledge, which is the main mission and the foundation of the university.

CENTRIS-Kuantan was then established on November 2015, as a branch of IIUM Centris, which functions under the purview and supervision of the Office of Campus Director, OCD, with a post of Deputy Director. It facilitates academic activities and learning oriented programmes and workshops, conferences or seminars that are set for integration of human knowledge in IIUM Kuantan Campus, with particular focus on the integration of the subjects of Islamic studies and science based academic fields. 

CENTRIS-Kuantan functions as the secretariat for the academic activities for Integration of knowledge in the campus level, thus it collaborates with various Kulliyyahs (faculties), institutes, divisions and centres within and outside the University.


CENTRIS is a centre which plans, coordinates, monitors and implement various Islamisation projects and programmes within IIUM and with the community. 


CENTRIS aims at becoming a leading international centre of excellence in islamisation among the Muslim organisations and nations. In particular, it aspires to become the International Islamic Centre for Islamisation of Human Knowledge (IOHK).



  • To educate by training and inculcating awareness on the utilization of ICT in IIUM community activities leading towards the development of an Islamic ICT culture.
  • To provide an excellent, accessible, reliable and secure ICT infrastructure, facilities and services.

Deputy Director

                                                Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abdulrezak Abdulahi Hashi
Deputy Director
09-570 5043

Personal Assistant

Nur Suhaili Binti Abd Halim
Administrative Assistant (Part Time)
09-570 3513

Zuhairah Binti Mat Hassan
Administrative Assistant (Part Time)
09-570 3513

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the IIUM Policies & Guidelines on Islamisation in PDF format.

Watch the video on Launching of the Islamisation Policy.

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Click on the picture to download the IIUM POLICY ON ISLAMISATION in PDF format.


  • To act as a think tank for the university with regard to Islamisation matters.
  • To act as the Secretariat for Islamisation Key Result Area (KRA) of IIUM Strategic Plan 2013-2020.
  • To collaborate with various parties within and outside the University in order to enhance its Islamisation mission.
  • To conduct training and retraining programmes regarding Islamisation for the identified target groups.
  • To undertake research projects and publish material pertaining to Islamisation.
  • To provide consultancy on Islamisation.
  • To coordinate Islamisation activities in University.

CENTRIS also has been conducting numerous programmes and activities which can be categorized as follow:

  1. Islamisation Key Result Area Project (University-level initiatives to implement the IIUM Strategic Plan 2013-2020).
  2. CENTRIS-Run Programmes and Activities.
  3. Collaboration Programmes (Collaboration between various faculties, centres and departments).
  4. Other Programmes and Activities (Involved projects such as publication, research, consultancy and so on).


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World Congress On Integration and Islamizisation (WCII)

In 2013 IIUM initiated and organized the First World Congress on Integration and Islamizisation of Acquired Human Knowledge which covered all the branches of knowledge. The theme of the Congress was “The Need To Apply The Paradigm Of Tawhid As An Alternative To The Secular Paradigm”. It was supported and attended by the second Rector of IIUM, Dato’ Emeritus Professor Dr. AbdulHamid AbuSulayman and many well-known international Muslim scholars in different disciplines. The university has decided to hold the Second Congress in 2016 in the Kuantan Campus in Pahang, Malaysia on 21st until 23rd October 2016, with the intention to focus on medical and health-care sciences.

The theme of this 2nd World Congress is the application and incorporation of moral values and the Maqasid al-Shari’ah (high objectives of the Divine Code of Life) into medical and health care curriculum and practices. The Congress also would like to introduce to the world and show-case the brand-new IIUM’s own teaching hospital in the beautiful Kuantan campus, adjacent to the university mosque. The organizing committee hopes to bring 300 presenters and participants to address the need to re-moralize and re-Islamicize certain aspects of contemporary medical and health-care sciences which are derived purely from the secular humanistic paradigm and have become a source of moral concern among Muslim scholars as well as some non-Muslim scholars who are familiar with the shortcomings or defects in the conventional secularized systems and practices. The proceedings of the Congress would be in Arabic, English and Malay-Indonesian languages.

The theme for this symposium is “Incorporation of Moral Values and Maqasid Al-Shari’ah Into Medical and Health Care Practices” and will focus on the following, fields and topics :-

  • Philosophical and moral concerns about the advancements in natural sciences (biology, chemistry, physics, and etc).
  • Incorporating ethical values and principles of maqasid al-shari’ah into medical sciences.
  • Methods and approaches of realizing Divine ideals (qiyam al-wahy) in psychological sciences.
  • Applications of principles of Islamic jurisprudence and law in nursing and health care practices.
  • Doctor-patient relationship and the moral issues of freedom versus control from the perspective of shari’ah laws.
  • Abortion & birth control and the moral issues of pro-choice versus pro-life from Islamic perspective. 
  • Artificial insemination and the moral choices of fertility versus infertility   
  • Organ donation, organ transplantation and the problems of body ownership.
  • Ethical dilemmas of tissue engineering, cloning and the theological and moral concerns.   
  • Cosmetic surgery, the moral choices of life style and moral concerns of altering the nature.
  • Surrogate motherhood and the challenges of renting uterus; legal and moral dilemmas.
  • Clinical researches that involve human subjects and issues of human dignity and human rights.
  • Sahri’ah-compliant hospital management and ibadah-friendly hospital environment.
  • Providing palliative care, hospice, and spiritual care from the Islamic perspective.
  • Geriatric medicine and health care of elderly people from the Islamic perspectives.
  • Medical profession and the practices of intentionally ending a life from Islamic perspective.
  • Role of Non-Governmental Organisations, baitulmal and other government agencies in medical and healthcare.

The articles had been published recently in volume 17, special issue 1 & 2, in the International Medical Journal Malaysia (IMJM). The International Medical Journal Malaysia is indexed in the SCOPUS, Web of Science Emerging Sources, MyAIS (Malaysia Abstracting and Indexing System), Open-J Gate, Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ), Index Copernicus, Western Pacific Region Index Medicus (WPRIM) and is tracked by Google and Yahoo search engines. Therefore, we can find the article here:

Volume 17 Special Issue 1                          
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Volume 17 Special Issue 2
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Centre For Islamisation (CENTRIS).  
Level 2, Office of the Campus Director, 
IIUM Kuantan Campus, 
Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Bandar Indera Mahkota, 
25200 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur, 




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