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Statementby Dawoud El Alami and Doreen Hinchcliffe ; foreword by Eugene Cotran.
SeriesCIMEL book series ;, no. 2, CIMEL book series ;, 2.
ContributionsHinchcliffe, Doreen.
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LC ClassificationsKMC160 .E4 1996
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Paginationxvi, 279 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL979754M
ISBN 109041108963
LC Control Number96017194

Islamic Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Arab World (Centre of Islamic & Middle Eastern Law) 1st Edition by Dawoud El Alami (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats First published: 06 Aug, Authors: Dawoud El-Alami and Doreen Hinchcliffe Whilst other works exist which examine the Islamic law of personal status, this is the first to set out in a single volume the laws relating to marriage and divorce in the Arab states, both codified and uncodified, in a manner which will enable the See MoreCited by: Whilst other works exist which examine the Islamic law of personal status, this is the first to set out in a single volume the laws relating to marriage and divorce in the Arab states, both codified and uncodified, in a manner which will enable the reader to look up the provisions of the law in specific areas and, where required, to compare the positions of the laws of different countries.5/5(1).

This book will be of prime interest to academics, researchers and students of Islamic law, legal practitioners and agencies involved in legal issues relating to the marriage and divorce of citizens of the Arab countries, and individuals seeking to ascertain their own legal position.

Islamic marriage and divorce laws of the Arab world / by Dawoud El Alami and Doreen Hinchcliffe ; foreword by Eugene Cotran.

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Islamic Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Arab World, by Dawoud Sudqi El Alami and Doreen Hinchcliffe. Cambridge, MA: Kluwer Law International, xvi + pages. Index to page $ When the title of a book is as misleading as the title of this volume is.

This book will be of prime interest to academics, researchers and students of Islamic law, legal practitioners and agencies involved in legal issues relating to the marriage and divorce of citizens of the Arab countries, and individuals seeking to ascertain their own legal : Copertina rigida.

marriage. Apart from the laws related to puberty, there is a concept of Rushd[15] which can be translated as 'capability of a sensible conduct' or maturity.

A husband has to be Rashid and a wife Rashidah; so that the responsibil-ities of married life are sensibly discharged.

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Books of Islamic law may be referred to for exact details on physical. Background and Sources: Brown, The Rule of Law in the Arab World: Courts in Egypt and the Gulf, Cambridge, ; El Alami, “Law no.

of Amending Certain Provisions of Egypt s Personal Status Laws,” Islamic Law and Society. vol. 1(1), ; El Alami, The Marriage Contract and Islamic Law in the Shari ah and Personal Status.

Background and Sources: El Islamic marriage and divorce laws of the Arab world book & Hinchcliffe, Islamic Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Arab World, London, ; Blanc & Zeidguy, compiled by, Moudawana: Code de Statut Personnel et des Successions (dition Synoptique Franco-Arabe), ; Mahmood, Morocco in Statutes of Personal Law in Islamic Countries, 2nd ed.

feature of marriage and divorce in the Muslim family law which are the focal symbols of the Islamic society. A slight discussion shall be made regarding the contemporary law in vogue and at the end of this paper the findings of the study shall be presented. The family is the basic unit of Islamic society.

It has its. Islamic Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Arab World (Centre of Islamic & Middle Eastern Law Series) Hardcover – 1 Jan. by Dawoud El-Alami (Author), Doreen Hinchcliffe (Author) See Author: Dawoud El-Alami, Doreen Hinchcliffe.

Law of 1 Jul (marriage, divorce, maintenance and personal status). Amends Law 25 of and confirms abrogation of amendments introduced by Law 44 of Consolidated text translated in Islamic law and society (). Civil Code, sections 1–51 (marriage, divorce and family relations).

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In both the West and throughout the Muslim world, Islamic family law is a highly―and hotly―debated topic. In the Muslim World, the discussions at the heart of these debates are often primarily concerned with the extent to which classical Islamic family law should be implemented in the national legal system, and the impact this has on : Maaike Voorhoeve.

Historical background: codification of law by Arab nation- states 11 3. Historical background: codification of law by Arab nation- states In almost all Arab states, the sections of Islamic law dealing with marriage, divorce and the consequences of divorce were codified only during the twentieth century.

Commercial law, in particular, along with. Download Islamic books on marriage including Fiqh Of Love - Marriage In Islam, Fiqh Of Marriage In The Light Of The Qur'an And Sunnah, The Ingredients For A Happy Marriage, Ettiquettes of Marriage, Marriage and What People Say, Polygamy in Islam, Polygamy: Wives Rather Than Girlfriends & The Muslim Women and Her Husband.

Muslim Divorce. Divorce among Muslims is a much-discussed and argued topic. It’s clear from the Koran that Islam holds a generally positive view of marriage, but the relevant law has always allowed for the possibility of divorce. Islam permits the dissolution of marriage for a number of reasons, such as infidelity and incompatibility.

HINCHCLIFFE, ISLAMIC MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. LAws. OF THE. ARAB. WORLD 3 () (recognizing that "although by the mid nineteenth century many areas of traditional Islamic law had been swept awaychanges in the law of the family came later and were undertaken with great delicacy"); Margot Badran, Competing Agenda: Feminists.

The eighteen essays in this volume cover a wide range of material and reevaluate women's studies and Middle Eastern studies, Muslim women and the Shari'a courts, the Ottoman household, Dhimmi communities, children and family law, morality, and violence.

For example, while ‛ isma (an additional clause in the marriage contract allowing women to initiate divorce) is permissible in Islam, it is socially frowned upon in most Muslim communities. Women who have such a clause in their marriage contract are.

Alami, Dawoud & Hinchcliffe, DoreenIslamic Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Arab World, Kluwer Law International, London, p. – Attachment 2).

An article dated January refers to Shari’a as “the Arabic term for Islamic law” and indicates that of the Sunni Islamic Juristic schools in Islamic societies, “the Hanafi school is. In Islam, marriage is considered both a social agreement and a legal contract.

In modern times, the marriage contract is signed in the presence of an Islamic judge, imam, or trusted community elder who is familiar with Islamic process of signing the contract is usually a private affair, involving only the immediate families of the bride and groom.

Research areas Legal Cultures and Comparative Law Gender Decision-making in Courts Current research Adjudicating Islamic Family Law in Egypt: Continuity and Rupture. A post-doctoral research project focusing on adjudication of Muslim marriage and divorce law by Egyptian courts before and after the revolution.

More generally, the research focuses on the intersection between law.

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In addition to the usual marriage until death or divorce, there is a different fixed-term marriage known as zawāj al-mutʻah ("pleasure marriage") permitted only by the Twelver branch of Shi'ite Islam for a.

Islamic marriage and divorce laws of the Arab world / by Dawoud El Alami and Doreen Hinchcliffe ; foreword by Eugene Cotran. London ; Boston, MA: Kluwer Law International, This volume sets out the laws relating to marriage and divorce in the Arab states, both codified and uncodified, in a.

This essay discusses divorce and Islamic law in the United States. Specifically, it examines the Shi‘i Muslim Lebanese-American community in Detroit, Michigan, and the way different actors such as women, local imams, judges, and lawyers are working to bridge the differences that exist between secular and religious laws in issues pertaining to.

Book Description: A number of Arab states have recently either codified Muslim family law for the first time, or have issued amendments or new laws which significantly impact the statutory rights of women as wives, mothers and daughters.

Islamic law takes their needs into account and makes sure that they are cared for. The financial support of any children —both during a marriage or after divorce—rests solely with the father. This is the children's right upon their father, and courts have the. Marriage, as prescribed by Allah, is the lawful union of a man and a woman based on mutual consent.

Ideally, the purpose of marriage is to foster a state of tranquility, love and compassion in Islam, but this is not always the case. Islam discourages divorce but, unlike some religions, does make provisions for divorce by either party.

About the Islamic theories about marriage and divorce and other things i had to check them up in resources because they were totally strange for me. The process of Tala As an Iranian who lived in Italy and as a Muslim woman who can really feel what Safiya has felt i should say the book was interesting but: I am Iranian and in IRAN we don't put /5(97).BASICS OF ISLAMIC FAMILY LAW.

Note: The information contained in this flyer is intended as an introduction to the basic elements of Islamic family law. It is not intended as a legal reference. It is designed to make clear the basic rights and restrictions resulting from marriages sanctioned by Islamic law between Muslim and non-Muslim partners.