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by Baber Johansen,Amy Singer,Devin J. Stewart

  • ISBN: 1558761233
  • Category: Law
  • Author: Baber Johansen,Amy Singer,Devin J. Stewart
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Markus Wiener Pub (August 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 152 pages
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Poullada Lecture Series. Princeton Series on the Middle East. This report on legal regulations and their execution as well as on practices of law and tradition in villages in northern Palestine create a colorful picture of life in the sixteenth century.

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This book covers significant themes explaining the practice of Islamic law. The first essay treats taqiyyah (literally, "caution"), the concealment of one's religion when to reveal it would incur danger, which is based on a Koranic passage

This book covers significant themes explaining the practice of Islamic law.

Other books in this series . God in the Courtroom. Colin Imber, International Journal of Middle East Studies, 2001. About Baber Johansen. He has published extensively on the history of Islamic Law including The Islamic Law on Land Tax and Rent (London, Croom Helm, 1988) and (together with . Stewart and A. Singer) Law and Society in Islam (Princeton, Markus Wiener Publishers, 1996).

Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener, 1996. Probes 10th- to 12th-century Hanafi Transoxanian legal literature on the sale and trade of human bodies. E-mail Citation . The Body in Islamic Culture. Khuri, an anthropologist, draws on Islamic foundational texts (Qurʾan and hadith) to discern body ideology in the contemporary Arab-Islamic world, then reads the body as a system of semiotic signs.

Devin J. Stewart, Baber Johansen, and Amy Singer (Princeton: Markus Wiener Publishers, 1996), 71–112; Haim Gerber, State, Society, and Law in Islam: Ottoman Law in Comparative Perspective (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1994), 19–20, 98–9. Eyyup Said Kaya, Continuity and Change in Islamic Law: The Concept of Madhhab and the Dimensions of Legal Disagreements in Ḥanafī Scholarship of the Tenth Century, in The Islamic School of Law: Evolution

This book covers significant themes explaining the practice of Islamic law. The first essay treats taqiyyah (literally, "caution"), the concealment of one's religion when to reveal it would incur danger, which is based on a Koranic passage. The author provides not only a legal and religious analysis of taqiyyah, but also, through the detailed examination of a prominent sixteenth-century Shiite scholar and cleric, reveals a complex pattern of behavior that allows Twelver Shi'is and other sectarian groups to reduce the risks entailed by participation in societies dominated by a Sunni majority. The second essay inquires into norms for physical and sexual contacts between individuals, even husbands and wives, defining rights to look, to touch, and even to mutilate. The third essay evaluates the Ottoman records of local fines. This report on legal regulations and their execution as well as on practices of law and tradition in villages of Northern Palestine creates a colorful picture of life in the sixteenth century.

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