Islamic Jurisprudence: An International Perspective
This book seeks to present information in relation to the pioneering efforts of Islamic jurists to develop a comprehensive body of human rights principles and practice as well as a corpus of international law principles, and aims to help reduce misunderstanding and resulting tension.
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The Arabic Resurgence of Learning
The Sources of Islamic Law
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