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The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every aspect of human life and posed a myriad of ethical questions. In an attempt to equip graduate students with the necessary tools to explore the pandemic-related questions from an Islamic perspective, a summer school titled "Islamic Ethics and the Covid-19 Pandemic" was co-organized by the Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics, Qatar and the Leuven Centre for the Study of Islam and Society, Belgium from 9 to 12 August, 2020. The purpose of this reportdoi:10.1163/24685542-12340069 fatcat:7vjqi3tienczhixdrkn7tohizu