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Prof. S. Sardar Ali, Prof. Eugene Cotran, Mark Hoyle and Martin Lau
Editorial board: Ruud Peters and A. Kevin Reinhart
Publishes scholarly treatments of historical and contemporary issues in Islamic law and its interpretation.
General editors: Eugene Cotran and Martin Lau
Practitioners and academics dealing with the Middle East can turn to the Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law for an instant source of information on the developments over an entire year in the region. The Yearbook covers Islamic and non-Islamic legal subjects, including the laws ...
Umar F. Abd-Allah Wymann-Landgraf, Nawawi Foundation
This book studies the legal reasoning of Mālik ibn Anas. It emphasizes that the Sunnī schools of law emerged during the formative period as independent legal methodologies.
Edited by Oussama Arabi, Haigazian University, David S. Powers, Cornell University, and Susan A. Spectorsky, Queens College, City University of New York
In Islamic Legal Thought: A Compendium of Muslim Jurists, twenty-three scholars each contribute a chapter containing the biography of a distinguished Muslim jurist and a translated sample of his work. Jurists of the formative, classical and modern periods are represented.
Drawing on Hanafi legal texts from Ottoman Syria between the 17th and early 19th centuries, this book examines how jurists balanced the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords on state and waqf lands, contributing in the process to the dynamism of the law and the adaptability and ...
This volume compares the courtroom oaths of both Islamic and modern Egyptian legal systems, blending elements of legal history, comparative law, theology, philosophy and culture.
English translations of modern legal documents from the Judean Desert cast light on the Islamization of the tribal customary law in the tribal judge’s precinct. This book is intended for students of Islamic law, of customary law and comparative law, legal, social and economic historians, and ...
Muhammad Al Atawneh
This book examines Dār al-Iftā, the official Saudi religious establishment for issuing fatwas, between 1971 and 1999. Specifically, it explores the challenges that this scholarly body encountered when applying Wahhābī interpretations of the Shari'a to late twentieth-century modernity.
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