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State law as Islamic law in modern Egypt the incorporation of the Sharī a into Egyptian constitutional law by Clark Benner Lombardi

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Published by Brill in Leiden ; Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Constitutional law (Islamic law),
  • Islam and state -- Egypt -- 20th century.,
  • Islamic law -- Egypt.,
  • Droit constitutionnel (Droit islamique),
  • Islam et État -- Égypte -- 20e siècle.,
  • Droit islamique -- Égypte.,
  • Staatsrecht.,
  • Islamitisch recht.,
  • Egypte.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [275]-290) and indexes.

Other titlesIncorporation of the Sharī a into Egyptian constitutional law.
StatementClark B. Lombardi.
SeriesStudies in Islamic law and society -- 19., Studies in Islamic law and society -- v. 19.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKBP2102 .L66 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 304 p. ;
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21599075M
ISBN 109004135944
ISBN 109789004135949
LC Control Number2006274983

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Oxford Encyclopedia of Islamic Law (Jonathan Brown, Fareeha Khan, Clark Lombardi & Andrew March eds., Oxford University Press forthcoming June ). Clark Benner Lombardi, State Law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt: The Incorporation of the Shari`a into Egyptian Constitutional Law (Brill ) (Studies in Islamic Law and Society 19). pages. This book will make a very major impact in a variety of fields, including those of the history of Islamic law and legal institutions, public health, and urban planning in Egypt."—Judith Tucker, author of Woman, Family, and Gender in Islamic LawCited by: 1. A study of Islamic law and political power in the Ottoman Empire’s richest provincial city. What did Islamic law mean in the early modern period, a world of great Muslim empires? Often portrayed as the quintessential jurists’ law, to a large extent it was developed by scholars outside the purview of the state. “The Politics of Islamic Law is a remarkable book, both for its breadth and lucidity. The archive that Hussin plumbs is vast (Malaya, India, Egypt) and her analysis sharp. In clear prose she shows the various ways in which British colonial rule transformed Islamic law to .