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Customary and Shari"ah law in Arabian society

R. B. Serjeant

Customary and Shari"ah law in Arabian society

by R. B. Serjeant

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Published by Variorum, Gower Pub. Co. in Hampshire, Great Britain, Brookfield, Vt .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arabia, Southern
    • Subjects:
    • Customary law (Islamic law) -- History.,
    • Customary law -- Arabia, Southern -- History.,
    • Islamic law -- Arabia, Southern -- History.,
    • Arabia, Southern -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementR.B. Serjeant.
      SeriesCollected studies series ;, CS349, Collected studies ;, CS349
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKMC117 .S47 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1616252M
      ISBN 100860782999
      LC Control Number91158088

      In identifying customary international law on the subject, the book draws upon a wealth of applicable sources of national criminal law and puts forward a useful classification of States. The Place of Shari'ah in Islam. The word "shari'ah" literally means "a way."In Islamic terminology, it means the legal system of Islam. In this book, however, we will translate the word shari'ah as the laws of Islam or the Islamic laws. "Islam is a din -- a religion." What does a Muslim mean when he uses the word din or religion in this sentence?Does it mean just "believing" in the funda.

      An Islamic Law Bibliography, consisting of secondary sources in English on Islamic law, has been compiled by scholars at CIMEL (Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Law), which is a division of SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) of the University . Sharia law rules on child custody can be quite cut and dried and were indeed described by judges in the House of Lords as ‘arbitrary and discriminatory’ in the case of M (Lebanon) v Home Secretary ([] UKHL 64). In general, under sharia law custody of a childFile Size: KB.

        Sadakat Kadri: Interpreting Shariah Law Across The Centuries In his new book, Heaven on Earth, English barrister Sadakat Kadri describes how . Islamic law evolved in the 7th century of the Christian era in the Arabian peninsula and in Lower Mesopotamia. With the expansion of GAMAL MOURSI BADR is at the United Nations Secretariat, New York; former Member of the Board, National Bar Association, Cairo; former Justice of .


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The traditional tribal society of the region, he argues, has preserved in its customary law and practice a very great deal that derives directly from the pre-Islamic period, whereas the shari’ah, the law of Islam, though stemming from the same sources, has often diverged significantly from it.

Get this from a library. Customary and Shari'ah law in Arabian society. [R B Serjeant] -- The society and legal systems of South Arabia, both ancient and modern, form the subject of this second collection of articles by Professor Serjeant.

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--its influence on Islamic law: Arab society was tribal. Customary law of property, contract, inheritance, and obligations. Elementary forms of land tenure. Elementary legal system mostly through arbiters (hakam).

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