Publication year: 2008
Edited by Eugene Cotran and Martin Lau
This book provides an original and comprehensive account of the resurgence of traditional Islamic criminal law in the early twenty-first century, offering a detailed study of the application of Islamic law of murder and homicide in contemporary Pakistan.
Muhammad al-Bashir Muhammad al-Amine
This study addresses the derivatives instruments in Islamic finance and highlights their benefits and legal aspects. It also discusses the forward, futures and options contracts in commodity markets. Arguments both in favour of and against these instruments are addressed and several ...
David S. Powers, Cornell University
Islamic Law and Society provides a forum for comparative research in the field of Islamic law in Muslim and non-Muslim countries, covering both theory and practice, from its emergence up to the present. The journal discusses historical, juridical and social-scientific perspectives on Islamic ...
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