Commentary :: The Ismāʿīlī Constitution and the Modern Nation-State: A Case Study of Dispute Resolution in Kenya

By Aleema Jamal The two cases, Nurani v. Nurani and TSJ v. SJSR, exemplify the way in which the efficacy of the Ismāʿīlī community’s dispute resolution system is subservient to, and reliant upon, its relationship with the modern nation-state. The relationship between the Ismāʿīlī community and the state is especially evident when community members, who initially submit themselves to … Continue reading Commentary :: The Ismāʿīlī Constitution and the Modern Nation-State: A Case Study of Dispute Resolution in Kenya