This resource provides an overview of marriage and divorce among American Muslims for judges, lawyers, advocates, social service providers, imams, community leaders, and community members...
This two day workshop aims to investigate questions of Islamic law and sexuality, broadly conceived, including but not limited to such subjects as il/legitimate sex, communal perceptions of sexuality, marriage, sexual violence, gender, concubinage and...
For Muslims Islam is in fact considered a perfect religion in itself and the best way of life. Obviously, if this is true then it brings forth many questions and concerns on as to why Muslims are facing the same Matrimonio challenges as non-Muslims...
The workshop focused on various strands of Twelver Shia Islam – defined by doctrinal differences or following different sources of clerical authority, the legal and ethical practices, rituals and everyday lived experience – and investigated how different forms of...
A study by Eli Finkel suggests that if a marriage today is to be successful, it should permit both partners to realise their inner potential, rather than merely being an institution for living together and...
This book, volume 5 of 8, presents the similarities and differences in the issues regarding marriage from the viewpoints of the five Schools of...
On behalf of the Shi’a Ithna-’Ashari Community of Tanzania, we take the liberty of submitting the following views on the Government proposals on Uniform Law of ...
The Islamic sexual morality is fundamentally different from the new sexual morality in a...
A two-day multidisciplinary symposium titled “Unregistered Muslim Marriages: Regulations and Contestations” will take place on...