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Title: Perkembangan Institusi Wakaf Kesihatan (Daruşşifa) Dalam Kerajaan ‘Uthmaniyyah
Authors: Nur Ainul Basyirah Alias
Ermy Azziaty Rozali
Keywords: Ottoman Empire, Waqf Hospital, Medicine, Islamic Civilisation.
Issue Date: Jul-2016
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: No 1 vol 1 (2016);
Abstract: Waqf health institution or waqf hospital is one of the charity centre built by the Ottoman ruler. It was rapidly growth and became an example and had proven of social justice in Islam. It was built in almostevery central government administration such as Istanbul, Edirne and Bursa. Besides, this institution is also built with other unit in a complex building such as public kitchen, library, mosque, school, college, and public bath. Along with the developmentof science and technology in 15th and 16th century, this waqf health institution also used as a medical school. This study aim to assess the development of waqf in this institution classify by category of waqf hospital built in Ottoman empire. In addition, the study was conducted by using qualitative method and historical studies. While, the data collection used the method of document analysis to analyse the data. In this research, all hospitals were supported by waqf funds. Through this study, it can be concluded that the waqf hospital were established by waqf funds from Ottoman ruler or wealthy persons.
Appears in Collections:Vol 1 No 1 (2016)

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