Category archives for Sharia

Shariah Law Concept of Enforcement

Source / Courtesy: Muslim Sunrise, Fall 2011 By Dr. Lutf ur Rehman The idea of implementation of Shariah Law through the legislative process of a country is not new. Muslim majority countries have faced this debate for many decades. The driving force behind such ideas is usually politico-religious parties who find it very hard to […]

Islamic Law in Western Nations

Source / Courtesy: Muslim Sunrise By Azhar Ahmed Hussain: a Juris Doctor candidate at Hofstra University School of Law. Islamic law and western countries have a unique relationship that spans nearly 900 years, a relationship that, due to misconception and manufactured hysteria, is undergoing an era of tension.  Many of Islam’s most fervent opponents often […]

Prof John Makdisi traces the Islamic Origins of the Common Law

This is work under progress.  But, you could read his magnum opus by ordering the North Carlina Law Review article from a Library or by ordering his books from Amazon: Makdisi, John A. (June 1999), “The Islamic Origins of the Common Law”, North Carolina Law Review 77 (5): 1635–1739 Professor John A. Makdisi concludes in […]

Alislam-eGazette May 2011: Blasphemy laws and freedom of religion

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