Der Islam - Muslimische Frauen zwischen Koran und Sharia:
Shari´a and Muslim Minorities:The wasati and salafi approaches to fiqh al-aqalliyyat al-Muslima Uriya Shavit
Shari´a Law and Modern Muslim Ethics:
Sharia Law for Non-Muslims: Bill Warner
Sharia Law for Non-Muslims is an introduction to Islamic Sharia law and gives the reader a taste of Islam. This book makes an effective tool to educate politicians, legal authorities, and public officials. Islam is a religion, a culture, and a political system. The political system has its own body of laws, called the Sharia, which is derived from the Koran, the Sira (Mohammed’s biography) and the Hadith (Mohammed’s traditions). The Sharia is Allah’s law and is considered superior to all other man-made laws. Many Sharia laws concern non-Muslims and how they are to be treated. Every demand that Muslims make is based on the idea of implementing Sharia law in our countries.What does Sharia law mean for non-Muslims? What are the long-term effects of granting Muslims the right to practice Sharia laws that conflict with ours? How can any political or legal authority make decisions about Sharia law if they do not know what it is?The answers to all of these questions are found in Sharia Law for Non-Muslims. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Warner, PhD. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/123244/bk_acx0_123244_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Have you cringed at the grisly sight of a chopped off right or left hand? Or perhaps you are someone who was taught to believe such actions are sanctioned by God or Allah? If so, where did you get this belief? What you´ll learn inside the booklet: The truth about Sharia Law and its effects A comprehensive, in-depth look at the areas of Sharia Law The significance of the Catholic Pope kissing the Quran And much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colin Fluxman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/059479/bk_acx0_059479_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In response to recent media controversy and public debate about legal pluralism and multiculturalism, Manea argues against what she identifies as the growing tendency for people to be treated as ´homogenous groups´ in Western academic discourse, rather than as individuals with authentic voices. Building on her knowledge of the situation for women in Middle Eastern and Islamic countries, she undertakes first-hand analysis of the Islamic shari´a councils and Muslim arbitration tribunals in various British cities. Based on meetings with the leading sheikhs - including the only woman on their panels - as well as interviews with experts on extremism, lawyers and activists in civil society and women´s rights groups, Manea offers an impassioned critique of legal pluralism, connecting it with political Islam and detailing the lived experiences of women in Muslim communities.