Tag Archives: Islamic law

Eradication Of Riba: Not An Impossibility

Eradication Of Riba: Not An Impossibility The purpose of this paper is to deeply analyse the judgment of the Shariat Appellate Bench of Supreme Court given on 23rd December 1999 with reference to

Islam, Domestic Violence And Misinterpretation Of Verse 4:34

Islam, Domestic Violence And Misinterpretation Of Verse 4:34 Some time back, Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) proposed a Bill that, amongst other things, recommended that husbands be allowed to “lightly beat”


Huda Nadeem

Drowned To Be Cleansed – A Tale Of The “Honourable” Women In Pakistan

Drowned To Be Cleansed – A Tale Of The “Honourable” Women In Pakistan Pakistan, for 69 years, has experienced the role of the formal judicial law (comprising of the common law and

Killing – The Ultimate Solution Against Bringing Shame?

Killing – The Ultimate Solution Against Bringing Shame? On 16 July 2016, the murder of Qandeel Baloch, a Pakistani social media star, brought great shock to everyone and stirred massive resistance throughout


Fahad Ahmad Siddiqi

Welfare Of The Minor With A Therapeutic Perspective In Family Law Jurisprudence In Pakistan

Welfare Of The Minor With A Therapeutic Perspective In Family Law Jurisprudence In Pakistan The parable of the houses built upon rock and sand is one of the oldest and most well-known

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Manzoor Hussain

Islam And Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Islam And Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Female genital mutilation is a process that involves partial or total removal of female genitalia. A Muslim male is usually circumcised at an early age as


Dr Shahbaz Ahmad Cheema

The Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Act 2016: A Critique

The Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Act 2016: A Critique The Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Act, 2016, is gaining more space than what it really deserves in print and electronic


Suleman Khan

Muslim Personal Law vs State Law – Marriage & Divorce

Muslim Personal Law vs State Law – Marriage & Divorce There is a deep concern growing in some quarters for the imploding moral fabric of our society. The common man is fighting

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NILS Panel Discussion To Reconcile Human Rights Under Islam & International Law

Network of International Law Students (NILS) Holds Panel Discussion Seeking To Reconcile Human Rights Under Islam & International Law Against a contemporary backdrop of Islamophobia and a never-ending, ever-spiraling ‘war on terror’,