Fourth Islamic World in International Relations conference is addressed to scholars, researchers, experts and professionals interested in the broadly defined Islamic World stretching from the...
The scholars at the ‘The Muslim Ummah’ international conference held in Istanbul noted that the challenge of sectarianism in Muslim societies is shaped by...
Is Islam a stranger in the West in general or in British society in particular? What understanding should Muslims have of Islam and themselves here? What should others think about Islam and Muslims....
A common misconception in contemporary society is that Islamic laws are at odds with the laws of the land. Indeed, the very notion that Islam advocates compliance with a country’s laws is enough to invoke a most audible harrumph among...
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 author discusses the woman as seen in Islam, her creation, perfection, reason and her family and social status, together with her mission, which are vitally addressed through the Holy..
Legal maxims reflect settled principles of law to which jurists appeal when confronting new legal cases. One such maxim of Islamic criminal law stipulates that judges are to avoid imposing hudūd and other sanctions when beset by...
In this book, which has been managed to compile in a short time, the culture and science of Muslims are addressed. penetration of Muslim knowledge into even...
The conference will be divided into two parts. In the first, which will take place in Helsinki, a keynote address and an invited panel of five speakers will present on “Islamic Law and the Relationship between Ruler and...
This is the first book on the relationship between Islamic law and the Iranian society during the...