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Author: Irene Schneider

high degree of communicative dynamic. 180 This approach is useful when applied to the Qāḍī al-Quḍāt ’s classes at BZU with some slight adaptations because of the special conditions prevailing at universities in comparison to schools. Ignas Kalpokas warns that being present in class means that the

In: Debating the Law, Creating Gender
Author: Irene Schneider

modernity. For the new situation, a different opinion was issued. He defended the reform of the law and its adaptation to changing times and circumstances. 160 The rooting of khulʿ in the Quran and Sunna was always pointed to by their representatives. The by now well-known Quranic verses as well as the

In: Debating the Law, Creating Gender
Author: Ari Varon

variables reflecting the adaptation of Islam to its cultural surrounding. Geertz emphasizes that Islam may adjust to its host culture in minor ways but does not change the ordinary way of life based on geographic location; rather, the opposite is true. 6 The meeting between Islam and Europe highlights the

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State
Author: Nedim Begović

severely than secular assemblies. In the FBiH, general regulations on cancellation of public gatherings have been applied equally to secular and religious events. In the rs , religious gatherings were favored over the secular ones, as the rhes conclusion recommended (did not order) the adaptation of

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State
Author: Silvio Ferrari

this experiment is the right answer to the challenges of religious diversification remains to be assessed. 5 Conclusion The three European versions of the secular state are sensible adaptations to three different historical and cultural backgrounds. They point also at three different

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State

view of local adaptations that could be made by the Episcopal Conferences. Furthermore, an invitation to the diocesan bishops to make “decisions regarding monasteries, seminaries and religious communities” has been dropped. Instead, these institutions and communities are now directly obliged to comply

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State
Author: Imran Ahmed

Pakistan: The Ambivalence of Constitutional Road Mapping?”, in John Idriss Lahai, Karin von Strokirch, ­Howard Brasted, & Helen Ware (eds.), Governance and Political Adaptation in Fragile States (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), 173. 78 News Desk. “Namoos-e-Risalat biggest issue of country: Siraj

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State
Author: Mark D. Rosen

necessarily be new, and the need for adaptation can be accommodated. New technology is not the only circumstance that invites new applications of old commitments. Consider Rabbi Michael Broyde’s exposition of the laws of war that pertain to the State of Israel. The Bible provides many laws concerning the

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State

the part of the conflicting parties to seek and fight for achieving them. It may be possible to develop a theoretical framework using the gbb approach as a starting point, so that the strategy may be implemented for other conflicts, with or without adaptations. We encourage more research in this

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State

Prefixed, a Map of Those Countries, Chiefly from Actual Surveys (J. Almon, P. Elmsly, and Brotherton and Sewell, 1772). 26 Scrafton ( supra note 23), 24. 27  Ibid . 28 Scrafton ( supra note 23), 4. 29 "Gentoo" was an English adaptation of the Portuguese word "Gentia," meaning Gentile by

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State