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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Law, custom, and statute in the Muslim world: Islamic Law and Society. Islamic Banking and Interest Abdullah Saeed. Provide feedback about this page. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. 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.
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Journal of Law and Religion. The geographical coverage of the volume is wide, from the Balkans to Yemen, and from Lajish to the Maghrib. Journal of the American Oriental Society. Marriage, Divorce and Succession in the Druze Family: What is the relationship between shari’a and social custom, and which is decisive in regard to Israeli Muslim women?
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Women and Islamic Law in a Non-Muslim State
The facsimile reproductions of the manuscripts are included, rendering direct access to the original documents. Skip to main content. Legal documents on Libyan tribal society in process of sedentarization: Intent in Islamic Law Paul Powers. Please try your request again later. Studies in Middle Eastern History, No. The prohibition of reinstating a divorced wife in the Druze family more.
The chapters are based on a variety of sources: Polygamy and the Druze Family in Israel more.
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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Layish examines the relationship between shari’a and Israeli legislation: Notes on Joseph Schacht’s contribution to the study of Islamic law more. Project Page Feedback Known Problems. Aharon Layish examines every aspect of the social status of Muslim women that oayish expression in the shari’a courts: Legal Documents from the Judean Desert: Law and Islamic Law And Society.
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Remember me on this computer. What is the attitude of the qadis, toward Israeli legislation? Legal documents from the Judean desert: Not only does it provide specific information about the problems involved in the application and manipulation of laayish number of different legal codes dealing with family roles and relationships, but it throws some light on the evolution of the traditional, patrilineal, patriarchal family in its adaptation to an alien sociopolitical environment.