Dr Keshavjee's exploration of the use of alternative dispute resolution services by a Muslim community in the London area is a...
Written from an ethnographic perspective, the book, Applied Family Law in Islamic Courts: Shari’a Courts in Gaza, investigates the socio-legal aspects of Islamic jurisprudence in...
The volume aims to stimulate further thought on a complex issue, and to open up new pathways for policymakers and...
The book “Living Sharia: Law and Practice in Malaysia” provides us with diverse and dynamic conceptions of Shari’a in the wider context of Southeast Asia and beyond Drawing on ethnographic research, Living Sharia examines the role of sharia in the sociopolitical processes of contemporary Malaysia. The book traces the contested ...
This study titled “Muslim Family Law in Southern Thailand: A Historical Overview” aims to describe the development of Islamic law through the different periods of governments in southern Thailand. Muslims have long a history of practicing Islamic law where Muslim communities are the minority. In Thailand, past governments have positively included ...
The problem of family relations in our age is not so simple and trivial as may be resolved by filling up questionnaires by boys and girls by holding seminars — like the seminars I saw and heard of, and the...
In this book Ralph Grillo undertakes a careful and nuanced dissection of much of the current controversy around Muslim families and...
The notion of the husband knowing is not a big thing but is one of those things that is blown out of...
The book “Islamic Family law” was written by Ayatollah Fadel Husseini Milani with contribution of Amar Hegedus...