Q: How about the Journal of Islam in Asia (E-ISSN 2289-8077)?
It’s not clear what your question is about, whether you wish to know the journal’s quality, and on the same lines, whether it’s a dubious/predatory journal (or not), and therefore, whether it’s worthwhile submitting to (or not).
From a brief look at the journal site, we see it’s a biannual, online-only journal that has been publishing for over 10 years. It is published by International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) Press. Most of the information on the site seems legitimate (such as contact info and editor profile), though there seems to be an issue with a Crossref link (which takes you to a Malaysian journal database site). So, the journal may not be predatory. Still, you may assess on your own using this checklist: 10 Point checklist to identify predatory publishers
Further, the journal doesn’t seem to be indexed on databases such as Scimago Journal and Country Rank (Scimago JCR) and Web of Science Group’s Master Journal List (MJL). It doesn’t seem to have an impact factor (IF) either. It seems this is a local/regional journal publishing for a niche (regional) audience. So, if the aim/scope fits with the topic of your paper and if the audience is the one you are targeting, you may consider submitting to it. All the same, you may wish to go through these pointers for journal selection: [Journal selection guide] Questions you should ask to make the right choice
And for submission, you may refer to this piece: The importance of manuscript submission readiness checks (with a downloadable checklist)
Hope that helps. All the best for the selection/submission!