Research Papers/Topics in Islamic/Sharia Law

Misconceptions of Women's Rights in Islam and Its Refutations: A Conceptual Study Based on Sources of Islamic Law

AbstractThe status of women in Islam is clear and very unambiguous. Concerns are often raised about the status of women in Islamic law. Frequently, misunderstandings and misinterpretations about how women are handled by Islam are used to encourage. the notion that Islam is misogynistic in the western world. Consequently, the objectives of this study to identify the misinterpretation, misconceptions of woman's rights in Islamic and to provide appropriate refutations for the misc...

The Rights of Women to Inheritance under the islamic law

 This work gives an overview of the system of Islamic law and of course the place of women. It then provides a detailed description of the ways in which the law govern the rights of wives, mothers, daughters, and other female relatives to inherit property without living behind the examination of the historical, legal and philosophical foundations of the practices of women’s rights to property in this jurisdiction.Keywords: Islamic law of inheritance, women’s rights, property.

Effects and position of intoxication in Islam

ABSTRACT:This research consists: abstract, introduction, intoxication, conclusion, and references. And also tries  to  define the intoxication, elaborates the types of intoxication substances, psychological effects, social effects, the three stages for prohibition  of intoxication, liquid and drug intoxicants, punishment  for   taking   intoxicants,   conditions   for   punishment,   and recommendation. INTRO...

THE CONCEPT OF ARTIFICIAL LEGAL ENTITY AND LIMITED LIABILITY IN ISLAMIC LAW

AbstractMany orientalists, among others Joseph Schacht  , are of the view that Islamic Legal System does not recognize the concept of “Juristic Person” i.e. Corporations, Universities and Organizations. This is our point of departure and we attempt to highlight in this paper that Islamic Law recognizes “Juristic Person”. Admittedly though the term “Juristic Person” is not being mentioned specifically by the classical texts of Islamic Jurisprudence, it ...

CALL PEOPLE BY THEIR REAL FATHERS

INTRODUCTIONA lie is a lie even if the whole of mankind accept it as trivial, or of no effect.  We have lived in a society where falsehood is treated as a minor sin, but the Almighty Allah consider falsehood as one of the major sins.  We are not only liars but continue to teach it to our children from generation to generation and many die unconscious that they are liars.  Every time I ponder over the Qu’ran and observe the consequential effect of the lies, my h...