implementation of the principal objective of community par- ticipation in spreading education; (c) establishment of a system of education that is characterized by flexibility and adaptation of modern technology and labour requirements; and (d) participation in activization of training with a view to raising
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252 fiqh must adapt themselves in accordance with the necessities of life.118 This "adaptation" is the very essence of ijtihad. In 1954, Kemal Faruki interviewed the maulana mufti
dictates of the Qur'an were thus made the basis of interpretation and hence accommodation, adaptation and adjustment to later reality and contexts of a rapidly changing Islamic society Hadith literature mirrors and further heightens this tension and conflict regard- ing where images of women span "the
French commercial law216 French commercial lawyers have shown consider- able flexibility in this situation, one example of which is the adaptation of the subrogation personnelle as a transfer mechanism in order to bypass the prob- lems caused by Article 1690 Code civil, but the law itself is
response and adaptation. This is an incremental process in which strategies and institutions developed in one sphere affect those developed in other spheres. Such interactions include, for the most part, the layering of new institutional forms over older, ill-adapted forms, and the transformation of old
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Council’s Statutes of 1954 and 1955 see, Summer Scott Huyette, Political Adaptation in Saudi Arabia (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1985). 5 Art. (18) of the Council of Ministers Statute which was enacted by Royal Order on 12/7/1373 AH (1954).
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cases that do not conﬂict with a normal exploitation of the work and do not unreasonably prejudice the legitimate interests of the author”. 26 The exceptions and limitations to an author’s exclusive right to make and distribute copies of his work and its derivative—such as adaptations and translations
the author of the original literary work, or the music composer, the authors of the scenario, the adaptation of the literary work, the dialogue, and the director, concurrently, shall have the right to display the cinematographic work, or the work created for radio and television broadcasting. In