The family in Islam - Marriage, divorce and children's rights according to Abdelmadjid Ihaddadène
The Family in Islam: Marriage, Divorce and Children's Rights by A. IHADDADENE - Comparative Jurisprudence of Legal Schools, Contemporary Opinions, French Law. The interest of this work is scientific and practical , it offers teachers, imams and students a didactic support. Practical: it provides Muslims with the essentials of case law on family law.
The Family in Islam: Marriage, Divorce and Children's Rights according to Dr Abdelmajid IHADDADENE
Comparative case law:
- The four legal schools
- contemporary opinions
- French rights
Today, family law is the area that draws the most from Islamic legislation in most Muslim countries.
Because, although influenced by the considerable evolutions of our contemporary societies, it nevertheless retains an undeniable religious imprint.
The interest of this book is twofold: scientific and practical.
- Scientific first, because it offers teachers, imams and students a simplified didactic support on purpose and which the French-speaking library so badly needs.
- Practice then, because it makes available to each Muslim wishing to please his lord, the essentials of Islamic jurisprudence in the field of family law. In addition to old legal details, he will also find contemporary legal opinions (fatāwā) which take into account the particular situations experienced in the Western context.
And as for the Muslim community living in France, the author briefly recalled the legal elements of French civil law.
- Abdelmajid IHADDADENE
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