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April, 2019

  • 13 April

    New Released: “The Zaydi Reception of Bahshamite Muʿtazilism”

    Iranian libraries hold only few manuscripts that testify to the extended and intensive Muʿtazilite past in the various centers of Zaydi scholarship in the Caspian region, in Ḫurāsān, and in Rayy. Among the few Muʿtazilite Zaydi works preserved in the libraries of Iran is a miscellany held by the library …

  • 11 April

    Women’s Issues Made Simple +PDF

    This book aims to explain in a clear language the special rules Muslim women must follow during their menstrual cycles and at other times to achieve ritual...

  • 11 April

    Woman by Mahdi Mahrizi +PDF

    In this Book, the writer has discussed the Social independence of women, modern life and Islam, women in Qur'an, family rights, differences between men and women, inheritance, divorce, mut'a, and polygamy...

  • 9 April

    Temporary Marriage in Sunni and Shiite Islam

    The main objective of the study on temporary marriage in Shiite and Sunni Islam by Khalid Sindawi is to analyze and survey the views of Islamic jurists both ancient and modern on the...

  • 9 April

    A Minority with Diversity: The Shiʿi Community in America

    This article will argue that divisions within the American Shiʿi community are often exacerbated by the establishment of ethnic institutions that act as cultural buffers...

  • 7 April

    Video: Take Your Hijab Off Or Quit Boxing

    When Amaiya Zafar first started boxing, she was prohibited from competing in her first tournament because she was wearing long sleeves, leggings, and a hijab underneath her uniform. Zafar didn’t take disappointment lying down. Instead, she fought to...

  • 5 April

    Early Doctrines on Waqf Revisited: The Evolution of Islamic Endowment Law in the 2nd Century AH

    This study examines the early development of waqf doctrine, based on sources  from the 2nd century  AH, the writer argues that the institution of waqf emerged from a fusion of two earlier institutions....

  • 5 April

    Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges

    The Study is divided into two main sections, one on “colonizing Muslim law,” with contributions on South Africa, Kenya, Sudan, Niger, French Soudan [Mali], and Senegal; and a second on the post-colonial state and constitutionalism, covering Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania and...

  • 3 April

    The Vanished Imam: Musa Al-Sadr and the Shia of Lebanon

    This text is more than a story of one man or country, as it attempts to treat with understanding the central themes of Muslim society and the political structures of the region...

  • 2 April

    Book Fatwa in Indonesia by Pradana Boy

    This book takes a close look at three Fatwaa-making agencies—Majelis Ulama Indonesia, Lajnah Bahth al-Masail Nahdlatul Ulama, and Majelis Tarjih Muhammadiyah—all of which are highly influential in shaping religious thought and the lives of Muslims in Indonesia...

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