4 edition of The administration of Islamic laws found in the catalog.
The administration of Islamic laws
|Statement||edited by Ahmad Mohamed Ibrahim, Abdul Monir Yaacob.|
|Contributions||Ahmad Ibrahim, 1916-, A. Monir Yaacob|
|LC Classifications||IN PROCESS|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||98944010|
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Recent developments in the administration of Islamic law in Malaysia / by Ahmad Mohamed Ibrahim --Shariah courts in Malaysia past, present and future / by Abdul Monir Yaacob --Administration of Islamic law in Pakistan / by Nazir Ahmad Bhatti --A reappraisal of the administration of Islamic law in the Philippines / by Micheal Mastura.
The administration of Sharia family law classical Muslim tradition recognised one judicial organ only: court of a single qadi. No hierarchy of Sharia courts existed and no system of appeal as such, although dissatisfied litigants could always seek the intervention of the.
This book contains eight chapters which provide a framework to the administration and practice of Islamic law in Malaysia. Chapter One provides the background to the study on the administration of Islamic law.
Administration of Islamic Law in Malaysia: Text and Material. Kuala Lumpur: Malayan Law Journal. Abdul Samat Musa, “Islam as the official Religion of Malaysia” and “The Administration of Islam and Islamic Law” in The Encylopedia of Malaysia, Vol.
10, Editions Didier Millet, Singapore. Ahmad Ibrahim & Ahilemah Joned. The book addresses issues such as the development of the law of succession, the colonial encounter and its impact on Islamic family law, as well as critical areas in the contemporary family law of.
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It is remarkable for its simplicity and practicability. Muslims in India are governed by their personal law: Mohammadan Law. To the students of Law, a study of this is a sine qua non as itFile Size: KB. has earlier published The Law of Wills and Intestacy in Malaysia (Selangor, Malaysia: International Islamic University Malaysia, ).
Administration of Estates in Malaysia is based on the author’s Ph.D. thesis. The subject matter of this book is extremely important in the legal fraternity as it deals with property left by the deceased.
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Books shelved as islamic-law: An Introduction to Islamic Law by Wael B. Hallaq, Shari'a: Theory, Practice, Transformations by Wael B. Hallaq, تاريخ النظر. “wakaf khas” means a dedication in perpetuity of the capital of property for pious, religious or charitable purposes recognised by the Muslim law, the income of the property being paid to persons or for purposes specified in the wakaf, and the property so dedicated.
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Title. Islamic laws and, in a suppletory manner, by other robles virtual law library Art. Role of Islam in the Legal System of Pakistan by Martin Lau (Martinus Nijhoff) The purpose and aim of this book is the exploration of the Islamisation of Pakistan's legal system. The focus will, however, not be on the introduction of Islamic laws during and following Lia-ul-Haq's martial law, but on the role of Islamic law in the legal system Cited by: A Basic Guide in Islamic Administration The following instructions in the form of a letter were written by Imam ‘Ali (A) to Malik al-Ashtar, whom he had appointed as a Governor of Egypt in.
After that it became the official school of law in the Ottoman state, except for the administration of justice in Islamic Spain, North and West Africa which is based on the Maliki School of Law, and except for the Ayyubid period when it was based on all four schools of law – Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi and Hanbali,” said Dr.
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The book argues that government should be run in accordance with traditional Islamic law (sharia), and for this to happen a leading Islamic jurist (faqih) must provide political "guardianship" (wilayat or velayat) over the people and : Ruhollah Khomeini; translated by Hamid Algar.
A Historiography of Islamic Law in the Mughal Empire W. Administration of Justice during the Muslim Rule in I take a different approach by exploring the trajectory of one Islamic law-book.Succession in the Islamic perspective • Reformation by Islamic law of Succession 1.
Inheritance based on blood relationship and marriage 2. Both man and woman can inherit. The introduction of ratio 3. Parents and children will surely get their portion.Growing fundamentalism in approaches to Islamic Law and its relevance in today’s world, is bound to be contested.
Islamic law and its relation to modern historical and political developments will be discussed, including divergent conceptions of violence and political interest and authority.
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