Aharon Layish’s 4 research works with 17 citations and 17 reads, including: Notes on Joseph Schacht’S Contribution to the Study of Islamic Law. Aharon Layish. Law, custom, and statute in the Muslim world: studies in honor of Aharon Layish( ) 9 editions published in in English and held by 1, WorldCat member. w. c. BEIOB. AHARON LAYISH: Women and Islamic law in a non-Muslim state: a study based on decisions of the shari’a courts in Israel. (The Shiloah Center for.
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Women and Islamic Law in a Non-Muslim State
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Druze testamentary waqf more. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Description This volume presents annotated English translations of 72 court decisions handed down by the the Shari’a Courts of Adjabiya and Kufra roughly during the period ; the original texts facsimiles and edited documents appeared in A.
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Each chapter opens with a short legal introduction based on all the sources of law applying in shari’a courts, followed by social analyses and a study of the attitudes and approaches of the qadis, or Muslim religious judges. Journal of the American Oriental Society. Aharon Layish examines every aspect of the social status of Muslim women that finds expression in the shari’a courts: It offers a wide geographical coverage, from the Balkans to Yemen, and from Iraq to the Maghrib.
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