Aharon Layish’s 4 research works with 17 citations and 17 reads, including: Notes on Joseph Schacht’S Contribution to the Study of Islamic Law. Aharon Layish. Law, custom, and statute in the Muslim world: studies in honor of Aharon Layish( ) 9 editions published in in English and held by 1, WorldCat member. w. c. BEIOB. AHARON LAYISH: Women and Islamic law in a non-Muslim state: a study based on decisions of the shari’a courts in Israel. (The Shiloah Center for.

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Shari’a and Custom in Libyan Tribal Society : Aharon Layish :

Legal documents on Libyan tribal society in process of sedentarization: Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. AuthorHonoreeEditorOtherContributor. Law, custom, and statute in the Muslim world: Divorce in the Libyan family: Druze testamentary layih more.

Provide feedback about this page. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Law and Law Religion. Bibliotheca Islamica, more. Islamic law in the contemporary Middle East by Aharon Layish Book 1 edition published in in English layisy held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

What is the attitude of the qadis, toward Israeli legislation? Israel as a Case Study more. What is the attitude of the qadis, toward Israeli legislation? Each chapter opens with a short legal introduction based on all the sources of law applying in shari’a courts, followed by social analyses and a study of the attitudes and approaches of the qadis, aharoj Muslim religious judges.


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Marriage, Divorce and Succession in the Druze Family more. The documents, some of which date back to the 19th century, provide vital information on the process of Islamization of the tribal customary law in the precinct of the tribal judge. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Please try your request again later.

The geographical coverage of the volume is wide, from the Balkans to Yemen, and from Iraq to the Maghrib.

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They also exemplify the qadi’s role of bringing a Bedouin society within the orbit of normative Islam. Endowments, Rulers and Community Miriam Hoexter. The Druze Testamentary waqf more. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient.

Islamic Banking and Interest Abdullah Saeed. This book includes chapters that focus on one of these components, and that discuss the interplay between two or even all three of them. Help Center Find new research papers in: Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.


Women and Islamic Law in a Non-Muslim State

Most widely held works by Aharon Layish. Marriage, divorce, and succession in the Druze family: Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Layosh Popularity Featured Price: The documents address personal status, succession, homicide and bodily injury, property, obligation, and attest to the interaction between the shari’a representing normative Islam, and tribal customary law, representing latish reality in Cyrenaica during the aforementioned period. Get to Know Us.

Its originality lies in the fact that the rich material offered by the shari’a courts is given a thorough analysis with a view to drawing conclusions about the present-day phenomena in Arab society and processes that the society has been undergoing in modern times.