, relatedly, to theoretically rethink the feminist and critical methodology of “talking back”. As hinted at in the introductory reference to Saleh’s poem, “the Muslim question”, as a politics of representation, is gendered. In many European locations, the oppression of Muslim women by Muslim men and Islamic
Nella van den Brandt
legal system and, by extension, an exploration of the intersection of the multiple subjectivity of Muslims in the legal sphere. In this article, then, I employ an auto-ethnographic methodology to discuss my case of religious discrimination at an employment tribunal as a British Muslim woman of colour
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a house without taking out a mortgage. 2 The 1999 Mortgages Fatwa and Its Aftermath The fatwa that legitimized mortgages for European Muslims was the first systematic implementation of the wasati ideology and methodology in the shar‘i field of fiqh al-aqalliyyat al-Muslima. Wasatiyya , best
a Case Study of Selected Muslims in North East England
W.A. Amir Zal
because they have adapted to their environment but also because they hope to be accepted by other local people. Considering these problems, this study focused on two factors, namely: 1) social capital and interaction in communities; and 2) support systems for practising Islamic obligations. 3 Methodology
The Mahdī’s Legal Methodology and Doctrine
van den Boogert, Maurits H.
Consuls, particularly the representatives of Western nations from the early nineteenth century onwards, are relevant for the Islamic world both as agents of their countries’ imperialistic policies and as the authors of primary sources—methodologically often problematic—about the Islamic world. The
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