Browsing All posts tagged under »Shari’ah«

Shari’ah Law: A Matter of Belief

December 16, 2009


Georgina Fuller, With increasing numbers of Muslims employed in the UK is it time for employers to pay more than lip service to Islamic law? Georgina Fuller reports. The furore after Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, suggested earlier this year that integrating some aspects of Shariah law into the UK legal system might […]

Islamophobe Misrepresents Islamic Shari’ah in Run for Congress

July 14, 2008


This is excerpt from an interview of Vijay Kumar published in the Islamophobic online magazine, Frontpage. FP: Vijay Kumar, welcome to Frontpage Interview. […] Kumar: Right now, our country is dealing with issues – issues like illegal immigration, healthcare reform, the War on Terror – that will shape our politics for the rest of this […]

Why Shari’ah?

March 16, 2008


March 16, 2008 By NOAH FELDMAN, Law Professor, Harvard University Last month, Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, gave a nuanced, scholarly lecture in London about whether the British legal system should allow non-Christian courts to decide certain matters of family law. Britain has no constitutional separation of church and state. The archbishop noted that […]