Law and Islam in the Middle East

Law and Islam in the Middle East

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qIslamic law is the epitome of Islamic thought, the most typical manifestation of the Islamic way of life, the core and kernel of Islam itself, q asserts renowned Islamic law scholar Joseph Schacht. At a time when Islamic fundamentalism is flourishing, the relation of religion to law-related behavior needs to be scrutinized. This volume considers Middle Eastern law as practiced by Muslims in a diversity of Middle East nations. Eight chapters, contributed by experts in the field, and a cogent introduction by Dwyer deal with the practical intricacies of personal status law and assess law in the public domain.June 22, Thursday: Abu Mufid reminded me that he had volunteered, long before these events, to fix the dents in my car. He arranged to do it Sunday. June 25, Sunday: Mufid took the car, promising to have it finished by noon. At 4 p.m. he ... They had not replaced the bumpers because the repairs were not complete. ... I asked Mufid and Abu Mufid how much the repairs had cost They both said nothing.


Title:Law and Islam in the Middle East
Author: Daisy Hilse Dwyer
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 1990-01-01
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