The Status of Shar’ia in the Muslim World. The Distinction between Shar’ia and Fiqh. Shar’ia is the the maxims, admonitions, legal sanctions, and prohibitions enshrined in the Qur’an (Ayoub 117) What is Shar’ia? Qur’an and Sunna -or- Qur’an, Sunna, and classical fiqh
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Abu Zaid is an Egyptian scholar who was declared apostate in 1995, divorced from his wife, and forced to emigrate from Egypt.
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The new family code in Morocco (2004)