Tag Archives: Muslim Constitutions

Why Iraq Must Stop Playing the Shari’a Card

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How Islamic Is Pakistan’s Constitution?

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What Egypt’s New Constitution Tells Us About Political Transition

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Sharia Strategy: Rule of Law Replacing the State

BY CORRI ZOLI & EMILY SCHNEIDER (Re-Published from Syria in Crisis, Jan. 4, 2014). On January 7, during the worst infighting between Syrian rebel groups to date, the head of the al-Qaeda–aligned Nusra Front, Abu Mohammad al-Golani, proposed that the rebels use an Islamic court to negotiate their differences. Calling for a ceasefire between rebel groups, Golani said the current infighting was the result of “incorrect policies” by the rival jihadi faction known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) …

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Cherif Bassiouni’s Book on Shari’a and Postconflict Justice Published

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Privacy in Muslim Constitutions & the Bilateral Security Agreement

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