Transnational Forms of Islamic Law
Transnational Forms of Islamic Law
We are very pleased to present Issue 2, Volume 19 of the Manchester Journal of Transnational Law & Practice. This Issue can be exhibited into two parts. The first half covers various topics from theoretical, interdisciplinary and comparative standpoints including Muslim family law in Pakistan, Al-Azhar Scholars’ contribution to Islamic criminal law, Islamic law’s approach to environmental sustainability, application of purposive jurisprudence by the companions of Prophet Mohammad, and consumer protection from halal meat related food fraud in Malysia. The second half presents the development and application of Islamic law in Indonesia. The topics address contribution of a prominent Muslim scholar in the development of Fiqh Siyasah (Islamic political thought), Islamic criminal law perspectives on domestic violence, acculturation of Islamic family values, the socio-legal perspectives on the grant of dispensation for underage marriage, the role of Fiqh Wasatiyah (moderate Islamic jurisprudence) in the achievement of religious harmony and in the prevention of religious extremism, and the protection of welfare of adopted children through compulsory testament. This Issue also include three book reviews.
Ahmad Ghouri

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