By Adnan A. Zulfiqar This post is part of the Roundtable on the History of Islamic International Law. It is a summary of Adnan A. Zulfiqar's contribution titled "Territory and … Continue reading ::Roundtable:: History of Islamic International Law: “Territory and Jurisdiction” by Adnan A. Zulfiqar
By Omar Farahat It is common knowledge that substantive Islamic laws are constituted of juristic pronouncements (aḥkām) on a wide range of actions, abstentions, and their possible consequences. Internally, we … Continue reading A Duty to Obey Muslim Jurists?
By Adnan Zulfiqar This post is the third in a series of four posts on obligation, jihād, revolution and prisons. In late 2010, a Tunisian fruit seller, frustrated by restrictions … Continue reading Islamic Jurisprudence for Revolution
By Adnan Zulfiqar This post is the first in a series of four posts on obligation, jihād, revolution and prisons. Among the most significant challenges in studying or teaching Islamic … Continue reading Collective Duties (farḍ kifāya) in Islamic Law