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Title Interpreting divorce laws in Islam / editors, Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen.
Publication Info. Copenhagen : Djøf Pub., 2012.
Edition 1st ed.
Location Call No. Status Notes
 Law Library  KBP 558.3 I584 2012    CHECKED IN
Description 317 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Interpreting women's rights of divorce. Theoretical reflections. Interpreting divorce laws in Pakistan / Muhammad Khalid Masud -- Realities: case study and reforms. The politics of divorce laws in Iran / Ziba Mir-Hosseini ; Egyptian Khul: legal reform, courtroom practices and realities of women / Mulki Al-Sharmani ; Justice for everyone? Implementation of Morocco's 2004 Mudawana reforms / Rachel Newcomb -- Comparative. Divorce at the woman's initiative in India, in Pakistan and in the diasporas / Livia Holden ; The right to divorce for women (Khul') in Islam: comparative practices in Mauritania and Egypt / Corinne Fortier -- Reform trends in Western countries. Muslim divorces in Denmark: findings from an empirical investigation / Anika Liversage ; In the shadow of the law / Ralph D. Grillo ; No-fault talaq: divorce in Canadian immigration and family law / Pascale Fournier, Aida Setrakian, Pascal McDougall ; Muslim women, divorce and Shari'ah Councils in Britain / Samia Bono -- Secular perspectives of divorce. Muslim divorce law reform in secular India / Tahir Mahmood ; Divorce: how Danish law became liberal and what to do now? / Annette Kronborg, Idamarie Leth Svendsen.
Subject Divorce (Islamic law)
Divorce -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Added Author Mehdi, Rubya.
Menski, Werner.
Nielsen, Jørgen S.
ISBN 9788757424775 (paperback)
8757424772 (paperback)
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