Category Archives: Iran

Islamic Shari’a in Theory and Practice

>Excerpts of the lecture on “Islamic Shari’a in Theory and Practice” presented to the College at Florham Library and PubliMind Poll of Fairleigh Dickinson University, April 5, 2010. The speaker was Professor Gabriel Sawma.. You may see the lecture in its entirety at the following link: In 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan for […]

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>The Mahr Provision in Islamic Marriage Contracts

>In recent years, many Islamic divorce cases were litigated in the United States family courts. The issue of mahr in the Islamic marriage contracts became subject of debate among lawyers and scholars. This article sheds lights on the Islamic mahr in USA. Mahr is the amount of money, or its equivalent, paid by the husband […]

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>Islamic Divorce in U.S. Courts

> Islamic Divorce Obtained in a Foreign Country U.S. Courts do not apply Islamic Shari’a law because it violates the Establishment Clause set in the United States Constitution; American Courts do apply foreign law in certain cases involving international principle known as “conflict of Laws,” or “Private International Law.” This is referred to in U.S. […]

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