The Modern Transformation of the Duty to Fight

By Adnan Zulfiqar  This post is the second in a series of four posts on obligation, jihād, revolution and prisons. In my prior post, I provided a cursory sketch of juristic thought on collective duties between the third/ninth and eighth/fourteenth centuries. Here, I want to demonstrate the potential of premodern thought on legal obligation by … Continue reading The Modern Transformation of the Duty to Fight