Weekend Scholarship Roundup

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law: In "Gus Dur's thought about Accommodation Of Islamic Law and Culture" (Jurnal Al Hurriyah 6, no. 2 (2021)), Suardi Kaco H and Busrah Busrah (Universitas Al Asyariah Mandar) present "a study of Gus Dur's thoughts on the accommodation of Islamic law and culture," focusing on Gus Dur's (or Abdurrahman Wahid's) … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

Weekend Scholarship Roundup

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law: Taliban: The Power of Militant Islam in Afghanistan and Beyond (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022) by Ahmed Rashid investigates the origins and development of the Taliban movement in Afghanistan. For more content and context on the recent developments in Afghanistan, consult our Editor-in-Chief, Professor Intisar Rabb's "Resource Roundup: Afghanistan, the Taliban, and … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 4 :: Future Prospects for Greece’s Sharīʿa Courts After Molla Sali v. Greece

By Konstantinos Tsitselikis This is the final part of a four-part series of posts will examine thesharīʿa courts in Greece, starting with the establishment of the courts in the 1920s and concluding with suggested avenues for reform of the courts in Greece following the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)’s 2018 decision in the Molla Sali … Continue reading Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 4 :: Future Prospects for Greece’s Sharīʿa Courts After Molla Sali v. Greece

Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 3 :: Substantive Issues in Sharīʿa Courts

By Konstantinos Tsitselikis This is part 3 of a four-part series of posts will examine thesharīʿa courts in Greece, starting with the establishment of the courts in the 1920s and concluding with suggested avenues for reform of the courts in Greece following the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)’s 2018 decision in the Molla Sali v. … Continue reading Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 3 :: Substantive Issues in Sharīʿa Courts

Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 2 :: Procedural Issues in Sharīʿa Courts

By Konstantinos Tsitselikis This is part 2 of a four-part series of posts will examine thesharīʿa courts in Greece, starting with the establishment of the courts in the 1920s and concluding with suggested avenues for reform of the courts in Greece following the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)’s 2018 decision in the Molla Sali v. … Continue reading Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 2 :: Procedural Issues in Sharīʿa Courts

Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 1 :: Between communal autonomy and individual human rights  

By Konstantinos Tsitselikis This is part 1 of a four-part series of posts will examine the sharīʿa courts in Greece, starting with the establishment of the courts in the 1920s and concluding with suggested avenues for reform of the courts in Greece following the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)’s 2018 decision in the Molla Sali v. … Continue reading Sharīʿa in Greece :: Part 1 :: Between communal autonomy and individual human rights  

Molla Sali v. Greece European Court of Human Rights Case Brief

By Marzieh Tofighi Darian Facts: The applicant, Mrs. Chatitze Molla Sali was named as the sole beneficiary in a notarized public will drawn by her Muslim husband in 2003 in accordance with the rules of the Greek Civil Code. Despite the initial approval of the will by the Court of First Instance, the deceased’s two … Continue reading Molla Sali v. Greece European Court of Human Rights Case Brief