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Charles L.O. Buderi and Luciana T. Ricart

out by the Qawásim after they became established in Lengeh these motivations appear obvious. The life blood of the economy of the Qawásim and their tribal followers for generations had been, to a large extent, focused on the sea (pearling, fishing and, above all, trading throughout the Gulf and as far

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Charles L.O. Buderi and Luciana T. Ricart

traders there. Our position in the Persian Gulf had been maintained by the expenditure of large sums of money, stated to be millions, and also at a great cost of life. His contention was that the Administration of India had held that the security of the Persian Gulf was necessary for the proper defence of

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Damaris Wilmers

Development Ḥajar, in his analysis of Ibn al-Wazīr’s theological thought, divides Ibn al-Wazīr’s life into three stages characterized as follows: a.) Growing up and studies; b.) Teaching, writing and debate; c.) Asceticism and isolation. Whereas he can limit the first stage roughly to the first 25

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Disputing Marriage Payments in Indonesia

A Comparative Study of Aceh and South Sulawesi

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Arskal Salim

, and honour. It motivates one to achieve higher status and better social rank. Siri helps regulate social interactions between individuals and families and the idealised positions they should adopt in South Sulawesi. The notion of siri is enshrined in all aspects of family life of the Bugis

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The Social Practice of Mahr among Bimanese Muslims

Modifying Rules, Negotiating Roles

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Atun Wardatun

marriage payments has become a living tradition that is closely intertwined with cultural expression. Various meanings and patterns are evident among the diverse Muslim communities in Indonesia, in some parts accommodating Islamic doctrine but elsewhere deviating from normative prescriptions. The Bimanese

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Inheritance for Women

The Role of Lawyers in Women’s Access and Rights

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Nanda Amalia

Decision No. 86 K/AG/194, dated 28 April 1995. The judges ruled that the daughter should receive the total share of the property left by the deceased, reasoning that the existence of a living son or a daughter extinguished the inheritance rights of the deceased’s blood relatives, except for the parents or

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Assia Boutaleb

, to meet the same people in different activities, motivated by a desire to discuss and debate various topics. This marked, for some participants, the first step toward regular activism; on the other hand, greater self-consciousness, self-assertiveness, and outspokenness among the youth has become a

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Roel Meijer

living below the poverty line declined from 70–75 to 40–45 per cent. 72 In Iraq, after the revolution of 1958 a similar social contract was implemented, although not directly with the trade unions. The special status of tribal lands was ended, taxes were imposed on tribal shaykhs , land reforms

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Rachel M. Scott

defined the jizya as a substitute for converting to Islam and for receiving protection from attacks by Muslims or others. 19 It could also mean re-numeration that unbelievers paid for a safe life, the right to stay in Islamic lands, the right to remain in their infidelity, and the right to the

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Nora Salem

, nor the practitioners, who carry out the procedure, are motivated by an intention to harm. 122 As a result the procedure of fgm is not committed with the purpose of impairing or nullifying the right to life, the right of physical and mental health, or the right not to be subjected to torture or