This course provides students with knowledge of Islamic systems regarding the family, economy and government. The course studies the family system in Islam, and deals with the relatives and their rights and obligations from an Islamic perspective. The course also introduces the status of women in Islam compared to other religions and civilisations that came before and after Islam. Marriage and all other related issues such as engagement, wilaya (authorisation), dowry, etc are also dealt with. In addition, the rulings of divorce and all its different types and relevant issues form part of this course which also answers the misconceptions and misunderstandings related to polygamy, intermingling of the two sexes, women dress code, inheritance, etc. The course deals with the right to ownership in comparison with capitalism and socialism. The course also investigates the restrictions imposed on ownership, the aspects of public possession, lawful and unlawful means of gain when trading, the market laws and how to benefit from new organising regulations and ways of supervising trading activities, labour system and rights and duties of employees.