JISPIL Vol 3 Issue 2 2007 - Editorial

Editorial Comment

  

We are very pleased to write the editorial comment for the second issue of third volume of Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law (JISPIL).  It is a measure of success of this journal and growing reputation that we are able to attract three excellent articles in the present issue.  The first article is written by Lara Aryani, from Emory University, School of Law, United States.  She writes on the highly crucial though controversial subject of Privacy Rights in Sharia and Sharia-based States. The second article is written by Dr.Nimet Özbek, who Assistant Professor Ankara University Faculty of Political Sciences, Ankara,Turkey.  In his paper he engages with the theological School of Halki (the Greek Orthodox Halki Seminary) in the Context of Freedom of Education and Instruction of Minorities in Turkey.  The final paper in this issue is provided by Dr Ayesha Shahid who is currently a research fellow at the School of Law.  Dr Shahid has vast research experience through her lectureship at the University of Peshawar in Pakistan and her article engages with women and employment issues in the setting of Pakistan this is an interesting and highly timely paper with significant observations on Islamic jurisprudence.


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