The Al-Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization publishing ethical principles, which apply to authors, peer reviewers, the editorial board, and the journal as a whole, are followed in the publication of this journal. Anyone who feels that these rules have not been followed should write or contact the editor to express their dissatisfaction.
Academic integrity is of utmost importance to Al-Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization in both our writing and publishing processes. The best practice guidelines that we use for our books and periodicals are laid forth in this paper. We believe that a variety of organizations, such as writers, peer reviewers, editors inside and beyond the Web of Science and Academic Research community, societies, and funders, would find these recommendations to be helpful.
An international not-for-profit organization called Al-Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization was founded with the goal of assisting editors and publishers in upholding high standards of publishing ethics. These rules and resources are primarily intended for journal editors, but they can also be helpful to books editors, therefore we have cited them throughout this page. In addition, we adhere to best practice standards established by experts in related fields. Any outside rules we adhere to are mentioned in the pertinent areas.