Shari'a Has Never Been and Should Never Be the Basis for Family Law
A review of "Islamic Family Law in a Changing World: A Global Resource Book," Abdullahi A. An-Na'im, ed. by Cassandra Balchin of the WLUML International Coordination Office.
Submitted on Mon, 04/05/2004 - 01:00
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