AHMED E. SOUAIAIA (pronounced sway-`iyya) is a faculty member at the University of Iowa, with joint appointment in International Studies, Religious Studies, History, and College of Law.
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- Muslims and the Western Conception of Rights
- Is Facebook the Face of Cyber Colonialism
- Hope Springs Eternal: Reforming Inheritance Law in Islamic Societies
- What is the difference between “Muslim” and “Islamic”?
- The Genealogy, Ideology, and Future of ISIL (Daesh) and its Derivatives
- Theories and Practices of Islamic Finance and Exchange Laws: Poverty of Interest
- Qatar’s Formula for Influence: Wealth, Islamism, Aljazeera and the Arab Spring
- Politics of Appearances: Religion, Law, and the Press in Morocco
- She’s Upright: Sexuality and Obscenity in Islam
- On the Sources of Islamic Law and Practices
- Archived Works:
- PDF / Concurrent devolution of power regionally and military action against genocidal fighters nationally
- PDF / Why Putin Would Be Happy With or Without War in Syria?
PDF / Who should uphold international law, and why do Syrians support the regime?
- PDF / A fragile alliance: how the crisis in Egypt caused a rift within the anti-Syrian regime block
- PDF /Narratives of War in Islamic Societies, Whose side is God on?
- PDF /A Turkish Spring even if different from the Arab Spring
PDF / To compete globally, BRICS nations need reputation, not imitation
- PDF / On the need to balance endowments and academic integrity…
- Articles archived on Bepress’ SelectdWorks…