ISLAMIC LAW IN THE NEWS While attention has been paid to Iran's morality police due to the recent protests there, scholars have also written about how the institution of the … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup
ISLAMIC LAW IN THE NEWS The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently published an informational pamphlet stressing "shared practices and beliefs" their faith community shares with Muslims, to … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup
ISLAMIC LAW IN THE NEWS Women in Saudi Arabia's Dammam region are reported to have been allowed to assume administrative duties in all personal status courts, with expectations that the … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup
ISLAMIC LAW IN THE NEWS The East Java branch of Indonesia's largest Islamic organizations, Nahdlatul Ulama, recently announced its fatwā that forbid the use of cryptocurrency as ḥarām under Islamic … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup
Allan Goodson, a mechanic in southern Utah, alleged that he was harassed by his employer and fired from his job because he converted to Islam. News outlets in the Arab … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup
Editor-in-Chief Intisar Rabb comments on guest writer Erica Howard's discussion of the ECJ's forthcoming decision. Guest writer Erica Howard discusses the decision facing the European Court of Justice on two cases concerning headscarves worn … Continue reading CASE WATCH: The ECJ Reviews Opposite Decisions of Employment Discrimination over Wearing Headscarves: What’s at Stake?
By Meagan Froemming “Up to 600 deaths per year in furtherance of Qatar’s World Cup 2022 dream,” says the International Trade Union Confederation in its recent damning report entitled, The … Continue reading Qatari Labor Practices and the Not-So-Beautiful Game