International Journal of Islamic Thought (IJIT) is an internationally refereed online journal jointly published by the International Society of Muslim Philosophers and Theologians (ISOMPT) and the Department of Theology and Philosophy, National University of Malaysia. The mission of IJIT is to encourage scholarly research in Islamic thought. The Journal provides a unique peer-reviewed forum to postgraduate students, scholars, professors, and researchers in various topics within Islamic thought. The Journal welcomes research papers as well as review articles and conference reports. IJIT will be published in June and December annually. IJIT will publish empirical and theoretical papers (e.g. a critical review of research). The Journal has an international advisory board. The international perspective is also reflected by the journal's trilingual approach: IJIT welcomes papers in English, Arabic and Malay.
IJIT invites articles between 3,000 to 5,000 words in length excluding references, tables and figures. The articles can be from any of the following areas: Muslim Theology and Philosophy, Muslim Ethics and Moral, Islam and Arts, Islam, al-Quran and Hadith, Islam and Identity, Islam and Anthropology, Islam and Cognitive/Natural Science, Islam and Economics, Islam and Political Issues, Islam and Future Generations, Islam and Gender, Islam and Law, Islam and Psychology, Islam and Spirituality Islam and Other Religions, Islam, Language and Civilization, Islam and Sociology, Islam and Environmental Issues, Islam and Culture, Islam and Education, Islam and Human Rights, Islam, Communication and Information Technology, Islam and Middle Eastern studies and Islam and Contemporary Issues.