Tag Archives: Shariah

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Men Protection Act


Men Protection Act

Men Protection Act Before discussing the need of the hour, let me open up my words with one of the not so essential (neglected) part of our ‘so called’ Islamic society, “women”.

Un-Islamic “Islamic Courts”

Un-Islamic “Islamic Courts” Since 1990 Jamat-ud-Dawa, a private religious organization which claims to render social welfare services besides running charitable schools and hospitals in Pakistan, has set up and is running Shariah


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

Punishment — The Only Cure Within A Society?

Punishment — The Only Cure Within A Society? English philosopher William Penn once said, “People are more afraid of the laws of Man than of God, because their punishment seems to be

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Extremism — Defying Diversity

Extremism — Defying Diversity The relation between Muslim societies and the West is quite complex. In recent decades it has come to be underpinned by suspicions and hostility due to a host

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Homicide Cases In Pakistan Need Uniformity In Law

Homicide Cases In Pakistan Need Uniformity In Law Homicide in the Islamic Sharia law, forming part of penal law deals with a multifarious system, which is unique in its nature. The law

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Reflections On The Legality Of War Under Islam And International Law

Reflections On The Legality Of War Under Islam And International Law As a student of law one is constantly applying legal principles, rules and precedents to new and ever-changing sets of facts.


Farrukh Dall

The Riba Case And The Interest Based Financial System of Pakistan

The Riba Case And The Interest Based Financial System of Pakistan Article 2 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973, stipulates that all existing laws shall be brought in conformity


Ahmed Jamal

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy?

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy? “To the extent that we are privatising public civil dispute resolution systems, we are essentially privatising a significant part of the way democracy is realized[1]”.