Šukrija Ramić was born on September 5, 1960 in Jezerski, Bosanska Krupa. He is married and has five children.
His field of interest and scientific work are Islamic law and Islamic banking.
He graduated from Gazi Husrev-Bey Madrasa in 1980, and in 1985, he graduated from Faculty of Shariah Law at the University of Imam Muhammad ibn Saud in Riyadh. Master's degree he obtained in the field of Islamic law and the Methodology of Islamic law (fiqh and usuli-fiqh) from King Saud University in Riyadh in 1992. Title of his master's thesis was Ta‘ārudu mā yukhillu bil-fahmi we atharuhu fil-ahkām el-fiqhiyye (Contradict lexical forms and their impact on Shari'a legal norms).
Professor Ramić received his doctorate of philosophy in the field of Islamic law at the University of Wales in the UK 1996th. The title of the doctoral thesis was the Linguistic Principles in Usul al-Fiqh and Their Effect on Legal Reasoning in Islamic Law (A comparative study of the methodology of interpretation of authoritative texts in Islamic law).
He was an official for religious education and the chief imam in Velika Kladuša, editor of journals Muallim and New Horizons, member of the Riyasat al-ulama - Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, member of the Assembly of Ilmija, member of the Court of Honor of Ilmija, member of the Senate - University of Zenica, member of the Board and the Assembly of FIOE, Head of the Department for Islamic religious education, Deputy Dean and Dean of the Islamic Pedagogical faculty - University in Zenica and President of the Association for Culture, Education and Sport (Akos).
Currently he is associate professor in the field of Islamic law at Islamic Pedagogical faculty and Head of the Religious Studies Department at the University of Zenica. He is a member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, member of Fatwa Council of Islamic community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, member of the Sharia Board of Bosna Bank International, visiting professor at Faculty of Law - University of Zenica, Faculty of Islamic Studies and Faculty of Economics - University of Sarajevo.
1. Ta`ārudu mā yukhillu bil-fahmi wa atharuhu fīl-ahkām el-fiqhiyya (Al-Andalus al-Khadrā’, Jeddah, 2000.), 2. The Language and the Interpretation of Islamic Law (Islamic Text Society, London, 2004.), 3. Fetwas and Advices – Book for Women (Novi Pazar, El-Kelime, 2009.).
He wrote many scientific and professional papers in the field of Islamic law and Islamic banking, translated many works and books from Arabic and English to Bosnian, reviewed many works, edited many books and participated in many conferences in the country and abroad.
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