Sharia Incorporated A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present / editor, Jan Michiel Otto.

"Sharia Incorporated is an ambitious study of how Islamic law traditions have been incorporated into the national legal systems throughout the Muslim world. Both puritan Islamists and Western alarmists tend to oversimplify and misrepresent the role and position of sharia. In response, this book...

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Online Access: Access E-Book
Access Note:Open Access.
Corporate Author: Project Muse.
Other Authors: Otto, Jan Michiel, 1952-
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: [Leiden] : Leiden University Press, c2010.
Series:Law, governance, and development. Research.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: investigating the role of sharia in national law / Jan Michiel Otto
  • Sharia and national law in Egypt / Maurits Berger and Nadia Sonneveld
  • Sharia and national law in Morocco / Leon Buskens
  • Sharia and national law in Saudi Arabia / Esther van Eijk
  • Shari⁽a and national law in the Sudan / Olaf Ko⁺˜ndgen
  • Islam and national law in Turkey / Mustafa Koc⁺ʹak
  • Sharia and national law in Afghanistan / Nadjma Yassari and Mohammad Hamid Saboory
  • Sharia and national law in Iran / Ziba Mir-Hosseini
  • Sharia and national law in Pakistan / Martin Lau
  • Sharia and national law in Indonesia / Jan Michiel Otto
  • Sharia and national law in Malaysia / Andrew Harding
  • Sharia and national law in Mali / Dorothea Schulz
  • Sharia and national law in Nigeria / Philip Ostien and Albert Dekker
  • Towards comparative conclusions on the role of sharia in national law / Jan Michiel Otto.