About the Journal :
The Journal of Sharia Fundamentals for Specialized Researches is published quarterly, it is designed for whoever researcher seeking welfare that is based on knowledge. It seeks to provide a platform for the excellent researchers to present and consider the values and themes of various religious and social sciences acquired by learning and practice. It aimed at becoming a meeting point and channel for researchers to publish their innovative works, with regard to the interpretation of Islamic Sharia sciences and its regulations and the enhancing of social sciences to become adequate programs that serve the human and society in a significant and neutral way.
Our mission is to maintain the efforts of researchers and their innovative works in Islamic Sharia sciences known for its human civilizational value, through which we can spread awareness among people and ensure respect and strength of Islamic identity in different scientific, cultural, and social environments.
Therefore, this journal is designed to serve as a platform to identify the various religious and social dimensions of knowledge, such as considering the Holy Quran as the foremost and fundamental source of Islamic rules followed by the Sunah (biography of the Prophet Mohammed Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) that explains and clarifies the Holy Quran, along with its affiliated Sharia studies on the individual and society, such as studies concerned with Ijtihad which focuses on the studying of modern issues and finding solutions to them.
This study aimed to identify the government spending and its impact on indicators of human development in Muslim societies. The researcher chose Sultanate of Oman a model to study, where he intended to find out the impact of the government spending on education and health sectors and the average individual’s income. The study included definition of human development, its objectives, indicators, components and principles. The study also investigated the human development aspects in the Sultanate of Oman as a model of an Arab Islamic state. The study reached a number of results, most importantly was weak spending on scientific research and innovation compared with total income. A number of recommendations have been suggested, most importantly the rescheduling of the government's priorities to education and training.