Tag: Legal History

Contesting Justice: Women, Islam, Law, and Society

Contesting Justice: Women, Islam, Law, and Society Editorial Reviews Review “…[Souaiaia’s] ideas are illuminating … his examination of Qur’anic laws, particularly those concerning women, should resonate well in the international community. Moreover, he offers moderate Muslims a refreshing new approach to the sort of interpretations that have traditionally stifled women’s advancement.” ― Religion “Contesting Justice […]

Theories and Practices of Islamic Finance and Exchange Laws: Poverty of Interest

While Islamic scriptures clearly prohibit profiting from the poor, supposedly sharī’ah-compliant Islamic financial and exchange laws circumvent prohibitions and limitations on ribā, monopolism, debt, and risk while failing to address the fundamental purpose behind the prohibitions — mitigating poverty. This study provides a historical survey of the principles that shape Islamic finance and exchange laws, […]