4 edition of State law as Islamic law in modern Egypt found in the catalog.
State law as Islamic law in modern Egypt
Clark Benner Lombardi
Includes bibliographical references (p. -290) and indexes.
|Other titles||Incorporation of the Shari a into Egyptian constitutional law|
|Statement||Clark B. Lombardi.|
|Series||Studies in Islamic law and society -- 19, Studies in Islamic law and society -- v. 19.|
|LC Classifications||KBP2102 .L66 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2006274983|
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Jan 01, · The author, who is trained in Islamic intellectual history and comparative law, begins by examining the evolution of Sunni Islamic legal theory and describes competing theories of Islamic law that co-exist in modern Egypt.
The book then explores how the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt has developed its own approach to interrpreting Cited by: The author, who is trained in Islamic intellectual history and comparative law, begins by examining the evolution of Sunni Islamic legal theory and describes competing theories of Islamic law that co-exist in modern Egypt.
The book then explores how the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt has developed its own approach to interrpreting. Get this from a library. State law as Islamic law in modern Egypt: the incorporation of the Sharīʻa into Egyptian constitutional law.
[Clark B Lombardi] -- This volume explores the decision by the government of Egypt in the s to constitutionalize Islamic shariʻa and discusses its impact on Egyptʹs constitutional jurisprudence. The author, who is. The Law of 16 July declares that Islamic law governs personal status laws of Muslims, with Sunni and Ja'afari Shia jurisdiction of Islamic law.
Malaysia. Schedule 9 of Malaysian constitution recognizes Islamic law as a state subject; in other words, the states of Malaysia have the power to. Jul 01, · Richard A. Debs analyzes the classical Islamic law of property based on the Shari'ah, traces its historic development in Egypt, and describes its integration as a source of law within the modern format of a civil code.
The book Questioning Secularism: Sovereignty, and the Rule of Law in Modern Egypt, Hussein Ali Agrama is published by University of Chicago Press. The book Questioning Secularism: Islam, Sovereignty, and the Rule of Law in Modern Egypt, Hussein Ali Agrama is published by University of Chicago Press.
the necessary involvement of state. — Clark Lombardi, author of State Law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt “Shari'a Politics is Robert Hefner's sixth edited volume on developments in the Muslim world at large [H]e has become an influential voice in the study of contemporary Islam in all its.
Sharia (/ ʃ ə ˈ r iː ə /, Arabic: شريعة [ʃaˈriːʕah]), Islamic law or sharia law is a religious law forming part of the Islamic tradition. It is derived from the religious precepts of Islam, particularly the Quran and the maybom247.com Arabic, the term sharīʿah refers to God's immutable divine law and is contrasted with fiqh, which refers to its human scholarly interpretations.
Book Description: In this new study, the author examines sijills, the official documents of the Ottoman Islamic courts, to understand how sharia law, society, and the early-modern economy of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Ottoman Cairo related to the practice of custom in determining rulings.
State law as Islamic law in modern Egypt: the incorporation of the Sharī a into Egyptian constitutional law. [Clark B Lombardi] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Oxford Encyclopedia of Islamic Law (Jonathan Brown, Fareeha Khan, Clark Lombardi & Andrew March eds., Oxford University Press forthcoming June ).
Clark Benner Lombardi, State Law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt: The Incorporation of the Shari`a into Egyptian Constitutional Law (Brill ) (Studies in Islamic Law and Society 19).
pages. This book will make a very major impact in a variety of fields, including those of the history of Islamic law and legal institutions, public health, and urban planning in Egypt."—Judith Tucker, author of Woman, Family, and Gender in Islamic LawCited by: 1.
A study of Islamic law and political power in the Ottoman Empire’s richest provincial city. What did Islamic law mean in the early modern period, a world of great Muslim empires. Often portrayed as the quintessential jurists’ law, to a large extent it was developed by scholars outside the purview of the state.
“The Politics of Islamic Law is a remarkable book, both for its breadth and lucidity. The archive that Hussin plumbs is vast (Malaya, India, Egypt) and her analysis sharp.
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In Quest of Justice provides the first full account of the establishment and workings of a new kind of state in Egypt in the modern period. Drawing on groundbreaking research in the Egyptian archives, this highly original book shows how the. Sharia and the Making of the Modern Egyptian: Islamic Law and Custom in the Courts of Ottoman Cairo.
By Reem A. Meshal. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, Pp. xii + $ Reem Meshal's book offers the most recent argument for the indigenous modernity of the Ottoman empire before the nineteenth maybom247.com: Bogac A.
Ergene. Apr 24, · Lombardi, Clark B., State law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt: The Incorporation of the Shari'a Into Egyptian Constitutional Law, in 19 Studies in Islamic Law and Society 11 (Peters, Ruud & Weiss, Bernard eds., Brill ).Cited by: 2.
2 Book Reviews / Islamic Law and Society 18 () legal institutions into Egyptian national law (p. 60). is leads him to describe the diﬀerent types of courts that functioned in Egypt during the late 19th century: the veteran consular courts, sharīʿa and non-Muslim communal (millī) courts, and the.
This book deals with an Ayyūbid-Mamlūk Egyptian jurist's attempt to come to terms with the potential conflict between power, represented in the state, and authority, represented in the schools of law, particularly where one school enjoys a privileged status with the maybom247.com by: Samy Ayoub specializes in Islamic law, modern Middle East law, and law and religion in contemporary Muslim societies.
He focuses on issues concerning the interaction between religion and law, and the role of religion in contemporary legal and socio-political systems within a global comparative perspective.
Nov 01, · About the Book. In Quest of Justice provides the first full account of the establishment and workings of a new kind of state in Egypt in the modern period. Drawing on groundbreaking research in the Egyptian archives, this highly original book shows how the state affected those subject to it .Whether or not you read Brown, you SHOULD try to read Clark Lombardi, State Law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt: Chapters (totaling about pages) and easily readable in a 3 hour sitting.
These chapters focus on the question of how Muslims have over the years.What did Islamic law mean in the early modern period, a world of great Muslim empires?
Often portrayed as the quintessential jurists' law, to a large extent it was developed by scholars outside the purview of the state. However, for the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire, justice was the ultimate duty of the monarch, and Islamic law was a tool of legitimation and governance.