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February, 2018

January, 2018

  • 31 January

    Evolution and Development of Islamic Jurisprudence in Central Asia

    This volume, while featuring the great Sunni jurists of Central Asia and their monumental works to the Islamic jurisprudence, initiates a debate on the relevance of Islamic legal theory and its interpretation in the contemporary socio- political scenario, thus providing certain possibilities of rediscovering Islamic jurisprudence for the present times...

  • 31 January

    Speaking in God’s Name: Islamic Law, Authority and Women

    A challenging new book that reviews the ethics at the heart of the Islamic legal system, and suggests that these laws have often been misinterpreted by authoritarian readings of the sources, resulting in the repression of Muslim women...

  • 28 January

    Book: Jawāhir al-Kalām Fī sharḥ Sharāʾiʿ al-ʾIslām

    The book Jawāhir al-kalām fī sharḥ sharāʾiʿ al-ʾislām or Jawāhir al-kalām as is commonly known is a book concerning demonstrative fiqh by Muhammad Hasan al-Najafi who has come to be known as Sahib Jawahir (the author of Jawahir) (d. 1266/1850), a pupil of Sayyid Muhammad Jawad 'Amili and Shaykh Ja'far Kashif al-Ghita...

  • 22 January

    Article: The Case of Variae Lectiones in Classical Islamic Jurisprudence

    The qirāʾāt or variae lectiones represent the vast corpus of Qurʾānic readings that were preserved through the historical processes associated with the textual codification and transmission of the Qurʾān...

  • 20 January

    Article: Semiotics of Islamic Law, Maṣlaḥa, and Islamic Economic Thought

    The paper explores the role and meaning of maṣlaḥa and its possible appropriation in the field of Islamic legal and economic thought, as laid down by various medieval and contemporary Muslim scholars...

  • 18 January

    Sexual Violation in Islamic Law: Substance, Evidence, and Procedure

    This book provides a detailed analysis of Islamic juristic writings on the topic of rape and argues that classical Islamic jurisprudence contained nuanced, substantially divergent doctrines of sexual violation as a...

  • 17 January

    Article: Islamo-Arabic Culture and Women’s Law

    While some Western Scholars following the logic of external analysis, argue that Islamic law (like other secular and religious legal systems) is a product of society, history, and culture, many Islamic scholars, concentrating on an internal model of analysis, believe that this law is a...

  • 13 January

    Education Jurisprudence (Al-Fiqh Al-Tarbawi): Essential and Presuppositions

    Education has been a matter of importance in the life of mankind since old times, and the collection of the experiences of trainers as well as the intellectual efforts of philosophers and thinkers have further enriched the experiences of...

  • 5 January

    Abū Muḥammad Ḥasan b. ʿAli al-Ḥadhāʾ al-ʿUmmānī or al-ʿAmmānī

    Abū Muḥammad Ḥassan b. ʿAli al-Ḥadhāʾ al-ʿUmmānī or al-ʿAmmānī, known as Ibn Abī ʿAqīl was a Shi'a scholar of hadith, fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), and kalam (theology) in the fourth/tenth century during the Minor Occultation (al-ghayba al-sughra) (260/879-329/941 )...

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