Tag Archives: Islamic law

Earnest Money Not So Earnest

Earnest Money Not So Earnest In the automotive and real estate business in Pakistan, sale and purchase is normally transacted through an instrument commonly known as an “agreement to sell”, which is

Labour Rights in Islam

Labour Rights in Islam May 1st, the internationally recognized day of labour rights, also known as May Day, was chosen as the date for the International Workers’ Day by the Socialists and

Abortion: The Autonomy Of A Woman?

Abortion: The Autonomy Of A Woman? Abortion has always been a universally controversial issue and will always remain to be one. It cannot be denied that it is under debate everywhere in

Validity of Khula in Islam

Validity of Khula in Islam The topic of this discussion has been contested to a great extent – despite not being one of the most controversial topics in the history of laws under

adoption-laws

Adoption In Pakistan

Adoption in Pakistan Adoption, as controversial as it can be, is not governed by any particular law in Pakistan. It is not prohibited and is a part of the lives of numerous

Extended Family System In Pakistani Society

Extended Family System In Pakistani Society A past drawn from the Indian subcontinent has affected our present mindsets and lifestyles in incalculable ways. Merging of customs and traditions is not something undesired,

The Haq In Mahr

The Haq In Mahr We are no strangers to the fact that before the advent of Islam, barring the scarce women from the upper class, the general status of Arab women was

POLYGAMY

Polygamy: A Right No More

Polygamy: A Right No More Historically, Arabs were known to take on an unlimited number of wives, a right given to them by society. Polygamy is when a man takes several wives.

Women In Islam

Women In Islam Quite a controversial topic, isn’t it? It is bound to give rise to a difference of opinions when 1.6 billion Muslims, a minority of atheists and agnostics and billions