Recent Scholarship: Islamic Identity and the Malaysian Constitution

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This week’s issue of SSRN’s Islamic Law & Law of the Muslim World eJournal includes a book chapter on Islam’s expanding role in Malaysian constitutional law. The chapter (available as a PDF; free SSRN registration may be required) was published in The Invisible Constitution in Comparative Perspective, edited by Rosalind Dixon and Adrienne Stone (Cambridge … Continue reading Recent Scholarship: Islamic Identity and the Malaysian Constitution

Recent Scholarship: Fadel on Islamic Self-Government

SHARIAsource Senior Scholar Mohammad Fadel has written an article in the most recent issue of the Journal of Islamic Ethics (available open-access here), discussing how states can incorporate sharīʿa into their legislative systems in a way consistent with our modern-day ideals of democracy and peace: “Political Legitimacy, Democracy and Islamic Law: The Place of Self‐Government … Continue reading Recent Scholarship: Fadel on Islamic Self-Government