The Greek Parliament on Tuesday made the practice of Islamic shariah law in family disputes optional for the country's Muslim minority, changing a century-old legacy....
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...
Legal Reform and Gender Justice examines the interplay between legal reform and gender norms and practices. It examines the processes of advocating for, and contesting the khul‘ and new family courts laws, shedding light on...
This study evolved out of the conflicts that occur because of the – historically, religiously and culturally-determined – differences in the modes of establishment, procedures and forms of divorce when the recognition policies of European states collide with Islamic...
As with every other aspect of our lives, Islam provides us with all the necessary information for the sexual lives of man and woman. The reason for this is simple; Islam recognizes the innate nature of man, and has ordained sexual relations for pleasure, and not just procreation. Sexual desires cannot, and should not be...
In this book Ralph Grillo undertakes a careful and nuanced dissection of much of the current controversy around Muslim families and...
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in a proclamation sent to heads of Iran’s three branches of power outlined general policies on family, known as the cornerstone of the Islamic society. “As the underlying entity and cornerstone of the Islamic society, family is the locus of growth, ...