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Author: Aida Othman

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/026805507X197857 Arab Law Quarterly 21 (2007) 64-90 www.brill.nl/alq Arab Law Quarterly “And Amicable Settlement Is Best”: S. ulh. and Dispute Resolution in Islamic Law * Aida Othman, PhD, LLM Senior Associate, Zaid Ibrahim & Co. Kuala Lumpur

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Th e Siyar — An Islamic Law Of Nations? 1 Dr. Anke Iman Bouzenita International Islamic University, Malaysia Abstract Th is article deals with an essential part of Islamic law usually referred to as siyar. It discusses the development of siyar in an Islamic context and in comparison to the

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
Islamic Law

The collection covers a wide period, with manuscripts dating from the 12th to the 20th century C.E. One of the earliest works is SOAS, no. 83, a copy dated Dhu'l-Qa`da 585/December-January 1189-90 of al-Fiqh al-nafi` by al-Samarqandi (d. 556/1161). Another 12th century work, Husam al-Din al-Bukhari's al-Fara'id al-Husamiyah (SOAS, no. 70), dates from the same month. The 18th and 19th centuries are particularly well represented, not only by works belonging to the legal canon of the period - like Abu Hanifa's Al-fiqh al-akbar, the Fatawa Qadikhan, and al-Halabi's Multaqa al-abhur (Mingana, nos. 181, 204, and 1074, resp.) – but also by treatises reflecting the legal debates of the period, like works on the permissibility of smoking, and drinking coffee (Mingana, nos. 1072, 1075, 1077).

This publication includes several titles not listed by Brockelmann or other bibliographical sources. These works are thus of great importance for research. For many other titles only single or very few other manuscripts are known, which makes them valuable for textual criticism and critical editions. The collection covers all four major Schools of Law, and also includes manuscripts on the usul al-fiqh and collections of fatwas.

This collection includes the sections:
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Fatwa
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Hanafi
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Hanbali
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Maliki
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Shafi'i
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Usul
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law – Miscellaneous
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law
Hanafi

The Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law collection covers a wide period, with manuscripts dating from the 12th to the 20th century C.E. Several of the included titles are not listed by Brockelmann or in other bibliographical sources. These works are thus of great importance for research. For many other titles only single or very few other manuscripts are known, which makes them valuable for textual criticism and critical editions.

The Hanafi collection is part of Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law.
Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law
Miscellaneous

The Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law collection covers a wide period, with manuscripts dating from the 12th to the 20th century C.E. Several of the included titles are not listed by Brockelmann or in other bibliographical sources. These works are thus of great importance for research. For many other titles only single or very few other manuscripts are known, which makes them valuable for textual criticism and critical editions.

The Miscellaneous collection is part of Arabic Manuscripts on Islamic Law.