Cualquier respuesta musulmana a la situación debe preguntarse primero cómo puede un Estado tolerar el pluralismo sin sentirse fundamentalmente amenazado. Para ello, una incursión en la historia global puede resultar valiosa… Continue reading ¿Pueden los musulmanes europeos resistirse a la asimilación?
In this article, we will discuss the Islamic perspective on mandatory duty-to-warn laws in therapy, also known as the Tarasoff rule, based on Chaleby’s research. Continue reading The Tarasoff Rule and Islamic Psychiatry
This is part one of a two-part series. Powell, and the eponymous political ideology that followed him have left an indelible impact upon the politics of the United Kingdom, and the national discourse on immigration in particular. Continue reading Powellism and Western Islam
The Shari’ah is best distinguished from Islamic law. Islamic law, usul-al-fiqh, consists of four separate sources: the Qur’an, Hadith, the consensus of the Islamic community and analogical reasoning. Continue reading Mughal India: The Role of Law in Life
In the spring of 2013, a debate on the legal status of the Shari’ah (Islamic law) in England and Wales took place in the British House of Commons. Continue reading The Modern Presence of Shari’ah in English Civil Law
At the heart of how much of the Muslim-majority world regulates its financial and banking laws, Islamic contract and commercial law extends globally. Continue reading Legal Pluralism Within International Commercial Law
This piece is the final part of a three part policy report on the secularization of the Muslim mind. Continue reading Countering the Assault of Secularization
A Book Review of The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament by Wael Hallaq. For a beginner, The Impossible State (henceforth referred to as TIS) is an incomprehensible tome. Continue reading Musings on The Impossible State