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Dissertation / thesisIdrissa, Abdourahmane (2009)
See this documentThe Invention of Order: Republican Codes and Islam Law in Niger
Abstract presentPh.D. dissertation. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida. 376p.

Periodical articleAnjarwalla, A.S. and Mazera, J. (2008)
Islamic banking in Kenya
Advocate (Nairobi, Kenya). August. p. 10-11.

Book chapterDeegan, Heather (2008)
Analysis: Islam, law and society
In: Deegan, Heather (ed.), Africa today: culture, economics, religion, security. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge. p. 39-56.

Periodical articleMasoud, B.S. (2008)
Dilemmas on application of Islamic law in a secular state: the case of Kadhi's court in Tanzania
Open University Law Journal. Volume 2 #1. July. p. 70-92.

Periodical articleSoares, Benjamin F. (2006)
See this documentIslam in Mali in the Neoliberal Era
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 105 #418. January. p. 77-95.

BookDanfulani, U.H.D. (2005)
The Sharia issue and Christian-Muslim relations in contemporary Nigeria
Abstract presentStockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International.

Periodical articleDomingo, Wesahl Agherdien (2005)
Marriage and Divorce: Opportunities and Challenges Facing South African Muslim Women With the Recognition of Muslim Personal Law
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. Volume Special Issue. p. 68-77.

Dissertation / thesisFortier, Corinne (2005)
Corps, différence des sexes et infortune: transmission de l'identité et des savoirs en islam malékite et dans la société maure de Mauritanie
thèse de doctorat. Paris: EHESS. 2 v.p.

Periodical articleGünther, U. (2005)
Südafrika: Debatten um das Personenstandsrecht
INAMO. Volume 11 #41. p. 29-32.

Periodical articleHashim, Abdulkadir (2005)
See this documentMuslim Personal Law in Kenya and Tanzania: Tradition and Innovation
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 25 #3. December. p. 449-460.

Book chapterMahdi, S.S. (2005)
Women's rights in Shar'iah: A case for codification of Islamic personal law in Nigeria
In: Ostien, P. and Nasir, J.M. and Kogelmann, F. (eds.), Comparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. p. 1-6.

Book chapterMcCain, D. (2005)
Which road leads beyond the Shari'ah controversy? A Christian perspective on Shari'ah in Nigeria
In: Ostien, P. and Nasir, J.M. and Kogelmann, F. (eds.), Comparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. p. 7-25.

BookOstien, P. and Nasir, J.M. and Kogelmann, F. (eds.) (2005)
See this documentComparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria
Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited.

Periodical articleAdamu, F.L. (2004)
Haushaltsstrategien, Frauen und Sharia-Gerichtshöfe in Sokoto, Nordnigeria
Peripherie: Zeitschrift für Politik und Ökonomie in der Dritten Welt. #95. p. 284-305.

BookAdo-Kurawa, I. (2004)
Jos International Conference on Comparative Perspectives on the Shari'ah in Nigeria
Kano: Trans West Africa. 24p.

Periodical articleHarnischfeger, Johannes (2004)
See this documentSharia and Control Over Territory: Conflicts Between 'Settlers' and 'Indigenes' in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 103 #412. July. p. 431-452.

Periodical articleIwobi, Andrew Ubaka (2004)
See this documentTiptoeing through a constitutional minefield: the great sharia controversy in Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of African Law. Volume 48 #2. p. 111-164.

Book chapterKogelmann, Franz (2004)
Sharia and secular constitutions
In: Goethe Institut, Accra (ed.), Conflict. What has religion got to do with it? An African-European dialogue. Accra: Woeli Publishing Services. p. 181-192.

Periodical articleManjoo, R. (2004)
Legislative Recognition of Muslim Marriages in South Africa
International Journal of Legal Information. Volume 32 #2. p. 271-282.

Periodical articleNmehielle, V.O.O. (2004)
Sharia law in the northern states of Nigeria: To implement or not to implement, the constitutionality is the question
Human Rights Quarterly. Volume 26 #3. p. 730-759.

Periodical articleOuld al-Barra, Y. and Ould Cheikh, A.W. (2004)
L'injure comme délit: l'approche des fuqahâ', théologiens-légistes musulmans
Abstract presentRevue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée. Volume 103-104. p. 57-80.

Book chapterAhmed, A.B. (2003)
Administration of Islamic criminal law and justice in a constitutional democracy: Problems and prospects
In: Ezeilo, J.N. and Ladan, M.T. and Afolabi, A.A. (eds.), Sharia implementation in Nigeria: Issues and challenges on women's rights and access to justice. Enugu: Women's Aid Collective. p. 164-176.

BookBambale, Y.Y. (2003)
Crimes and punishments under Islamic law
Abstract presentIbadan: Malthouse Press. 119p.

Book chapterHaruna, B.A. (2003)
The application of the Shari'a penal system: Constitutional and other related issues
In: Ezeilo, J.N. and Ladan, M.T. and Afolabi, A.A. (eds.), Sharia implementation in Nigeria: Issues and challenges on women's rights and access to justice. Enugu: Women's Aid Collective. p. 138-163.

Book chapterHussein, S.A. (2003)
Sudan: In the shadows of civil war and politicization of Islam
In: Na'im, A.A.a. (ed.), Human rights under African constitutions: Realizing the promise for ourselves. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. p. 342-384.

Book chapterIbrahim, B.Y. (2003)
Application of the Shari'a penal law and justice system in Northern Nigeria: Constitutional issues and implications
In: Ezeilo, J.N. and Ladan, M.T. and Afolabi, A.A. (eds.), Sharia implementation in Nigeria: Issues and challenges on women's rights and access to justice. Enugu: Women's Aid Collective. p. 128-137.

Dissertation / thesisKawanga, Yunice (2003)
Divorce: Comparative analysis on Islamic law and the Tanzania law of Marriage Act, 1971. Case study Temeke District Dar es Salaam
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 46p.

Periodical articleOuld Ahmed Salem, Z. (2003)
Droit du statut personnel islamique et équivalence citoyenne en République islamique de Mauritanie: à propos de deux affaires récentes de procès en kafa'â
Abstract presentLa pensée (Paris). Volume 336. p. 37-53.

BookPeters, Ruud and Barends, Maarten (eds.) (2003)
Islamic criminal law in Nigeria
Ibadan: Spectrum Books. 88p.

Periodical articleRautenbach, Christa (2003)
Equality and religious legal systems: The dilemma of Muslim women in South Africa
Woord en Daad. Volume 43. p. 17-20.

Periodical articleSchulz, D.E. (2003)
Political factions, ideological fictions: The controversy over family law reform in democratic Mali
Abstract presentIslamic Law and Society. Volume 10 #1. p. 132-164.

BookAdeniji, L.A.A. (2002)
The comparative study of inheritance in Islam and Yoruba traditional religion
Ibadan: Jilat Publishing Company. 108p.

Periodical articleAhmed Elnaim, Buthaina (2002)
Human Rights of Women and Islamic Identity in Africa
Abstract presentRecht in Afrika = Law in Africa = Droit en Afrique. #1. p. 1-15.

Book chapterAnwar, Z. (2002)
Multi-fundamentalism and feminist resistance in Mauritius
In: Samiuddin, A. and Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: South-East Asia. New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. p. 163-174.

Dissertation / thesisArvidsson, M. (2002)
See this documentIjtihad. Reformation of Islamic law in the 21st century: The case of the Sudan
master thesis. University of Lund. 123p.

BookBalewa, B.A.T. (2002)
Common law and Sharia in Nigeria: an unresolved problem of coexistence
Enugu: Fourth Dimension Publishing. 104p.

Periodical articleBonthuys, Elsje (2002)
Accommodating gender, race, culture and religion: outside legal subjectivity
Abstract presentSouth African Journal on Human Rights. Volume 18 #1. p. 41-58.

BookCenter for Religious Freedom, Washington (2002)
The Talibanization of Nigeria: sharia law and religious freedom
Washington: Center for Religious Freedom, Freedom House. 101p.

Periodical articleChristelow, Allan (2002)
See this documentIslamic Law and Judicial Practice in Nigeria: An Historical Perspective
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 22 #1. April. p. 185-204.

Book chapterKhalil, M.I. (2002)
Human rights and Islamization of the Sudan legal system
In: Hasan, Y.F. and Gray, R. (eds.), Religion and conflict in Sudan. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa. p. 58-71.

BookLayish, A. and Warburg, G.R. (2002)
The reinstatement of Islamic Law in Sudan under Numayri: An evaluation of a legal experiment in light of its historical context, methodology, and repercussions
Leiden: Brill. 348p.

Periodical articleMiran, J. (2002)
See this documentGrand mufti, érudit et nationaliste érythréen: note sur la vie et l'oeuvre de cheikh Ibrâhîm al-Mukhtâr (1909-1969)
Abstract presentChroniques yéménites. Volume 10. p. 35-47.

Periodical articleMonteillet, Sylvain (2002)
L'islam, le droit et l'État dans la constitution mauritanienne
Abstract presentL'Afrique politique. p. 69-100.

Book chapterMoosa, N. (2002)
The role that lay Muslim judges play in state courts and religious tribunals in South Africa: A historical, contemporary and gender perspective
In: Jones-Pauly, C. and Elbern, S. (eds.), Access to justice: Role of court administrators and lay adjudicators in the African and Islamic contexts. The Hague: Kluwer. p. 99-136.

BookNa'im, Abdullahi A. An- (ed.) (2002)
Islamic family law in a changing world: a global resource book
Abstract presentLondon: Zed Books. 320p.

Periodical articleOstien, P. and Gamaliel, J.D. (2002)
The law of separation of religion and state in the United States: A model for Nigeria?
TCNN Research Bulletin. Volume 37. p. 24-35.

Book chapterOstien, P. and Gamaliel, J.D. (2002)
The law of separation of religion and state in the United States: A model for Nigeria?
In: Amali, S.O.O. (ed.), Religion in the United States. Ibadan: American Studies Association of Nigeria. p. 14-32.

BookSamiuddin, A. and Khanam, R. (eds.) (2002)
Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa
New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. 830p.

Dissertation / thesisStiles, Erin E. (2002)
A kadhi in his court: Marriage, divorce, and the Islamic legal tradition in Zanzibar
Ph.D. dissertation. Washington University, St. Louis.

Periodical articleStockreiter, Elke (2002)
See this documentIslamisches Recht und sozialer Wandel: Die Kadhi-Gerichte von Malindi, Kenya, und Zanzibar, Tanzania
Abstract presentStichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 2 #3. p. 35-61.

Book chapterTier, A.M. (2002)
Mixed civil, sharia and customary jurisdictions and laws in an ethnic conflict setting: The case of Sudan
In: Hasan, Y.F. and Gray, R. (eds.), Religion and conflict in Sudan. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa. p. 72-82.

Periodical articleToda, Makiko (2002)
Religion and politics in Nigeria: the real cause of the sharia conflict in 2000
Abstract presentJournal of Asian and African Studies (Tokyo). #64. p. 217-236.

Periodical articleAbdelwedoud, Mohamed Yahya O. (2001)
Le système judiciaire mauritanien après l'indépendance
Abstract presentRevue juridique et politique: indépendance et coopération. Volume 55 #2. p. 141-154.

Periodical articleAbdelwedoud, Mohamed Yahya O. (2001)
Le système judiciaire mauritanien avant l'indépendance
Abstract presentRevue juridique et politique: indépendance et coopération. Volume 55 #1. p. 88-96.

BookAli, M.H.A. (2001)
Das islamische Ehe- und Kindschaftsrecht im Sudan: Mit Hinweisen zu den Lehren der Islamischen Rechtsschulen, der anwendbaren Familienrechtvorschriften für Nichtmuslime im Sudan und im deutschen Familienrecht
Frankfurt am Main: Lang. 272p.

Periodical articleHillina T. (2001)
The Shari'a as regards women
Berchi. Volume 1 #2. Summer. p. 117-157.

Periodical articleIlesanmi, Simeon O. (2001)
See this documentConstitutional Treatment of Religion and the Politics of Human Rights in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 100 #401. October. p. 529-554.

BookKnappert, J. (2001)
Law glossary of Islamic terms in Swahili
Peramiho: Benedictine Publications Ndanda. 128p.

Periodical articleKulusika, Simon E. (2001)
Penitential redemption: law as an instrument of change
Abstract presentZambia Law Journal. Volume 33. p. 83-106.

Book chapterMoosa, E. (2001)
Muslim law in South Africa with an incisive summary of the Ryland vs Edros: the state of the art case
In: Schärf, W. and Nina, D. (eds.), The other law: Non-state ordering in South Africa. Cape Town: Juta Press.

Periodical articleO'Sullivan, D. (2001)
The death sentence for Mahmoud Muhammad Taha: Misuse of the Sudanese legal system and Islamic Shari'a law?
International Journal of Human Rights. Volume 5 #3. p. 45-70.

Periodical articleOba, A.A. (2001)
Islamic law as customary law: The changing perspective in Nigeria
International and Comparative Law Quarterly. Volume 51. p. 817-850.

Periodical articleSidahmed, A.S. (2001)
Problems in contemporary applications of Islamic criminal sanctions: The penalty for adultery in relation to women
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. Volume 28 #2. p. 187-204.

Periodical articleVillalón, L.A. (2001)
Une occasion manquée: le Code de la famille dans l'orageuse transition nigérienne
Abstract presentLe Bulletin: Organe d'Information et de Liaison de l'Association Nigérienne pour la Défense des Droits de l'Homme. Volume 15.

Periodical articleJosiah-Aryeh, N.A. (2000-2002)
A basis for Islamic law in Ghana
University of Ghana Law Journal. Volume 21. p. 91-155.

Periodical articleBantekas, Ilias and Abu-Sabeib, Hassan (2000)
See this documentReconciliation of Islamic Law With Constitutionalism: The Protection of Human Rights in Sudan's New Constitution
Abstract presentAfrican Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 12 #3. October. p. 531-553.

Periodical articleBonte, Pierre (2000)
See this documentDroit musulman et pratiques foncières dans l'Adrâr mauritanien
Études rurales. Volume 155-156. p. 93-106.

Book chapterChristelow, A. (2000)
Islamic law in Africa
In: Levtzion, N. and Pouwels, R.L. (eds.), The history of Islam in Africa. Athens: Ohio University Press. p. 373-396.

Book chapterDeegan, H. (2000)
Structures of government in the Islamic Republic of Sudan: The question of legitimacy and the 1998 draft constitution
In: Salter, Thomas and King, Kenneth (eds.), Africa, Islam and development: Islam and development in Africa - African Islam, African development. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh. p. 55-78.

Periodical articleJeppie, Shamil (2000)
Islamic law in Africa
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 6. p. 26.

Dissertation / thesisKamokoue, Louis Aimé (2000)
Des structures institutionnelles animistes et islamiques aux structures des institutions de droit moderne de l'état indépendant du Cameroun
thèse de doctorat. Université de Perpignan. 464p.

Dissertation / thesisKway, S.J. (2000)
Dissolution of Islamic marriage in Tanzania mainland: The law and practice
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 52p.

Book chapterMoosa, E. (2000)
Tensions in legal and religious values in the 1996 constitution
In: Cochrane, J.R. and Klein, B. (eds.), Sameness and difference: Problems and potentials in South African civil society. Washington: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. p. 157-176.

Book chapterMoosa, E. (2000)
Tensions in legal and religious values in the 1996 South African constitution
In: Mamdani, M. (ed.), Beyond rights talk and culture talk: Comparative essays on the politics of rights and culture. Cape Town: David Philip. p. 121-135.

Periodical articleOstien, P. (2000)
Islamic criminal law: What it means in Zamfara and Niger States
Journal of Public and Private Law. Volume 4. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleRautenbach, C. (2000)
The recognition of Muslim marriages in South Africa past, present and future
Recht van de Islam. Volume 17. p. 36-89.

Periodical articleRuiz-Almodovar, C. (2000)
El código Sudanés del Estatuto Personal
Miscelánea de estudios árabes y hebraicos: Sección árabe-Islam. Volume 49. p. 179-224.

Periodical articleCassim, F. (1999)
Understanding women's rights in Islam
Codicillus. Volume 40 #1. p. 2-9.

Periodical articleClark, B. and Kerr, A.J. (1999)
Dependent action for loss of support: Are women married by Islamic rites victim of unfair discrimination?
South African Law Journal. Volume 116 #1. p. 20-27.

Periodical articleGoolam, N.M. (1999)
Islamic family law and the Bill of Rights: A proposal for the final constitution
Journal for Juridical Science. Volume 21 #1. p. 130-137.

Dissertation / thesisMbengue, B. (1999)
Le système financier islamique contemporain et ses implications juridiques: vers un renouveau du droit islamique des affairs
thèse de doctorat de troisième cycle. Université Cheick Anta Diop de Dakar. 2 tomesp.

BookOstien, P. (1999)
A study of the court systems of Northern Nigeria, with a proposal for the creation of lower sharia courts in some northern states
Jos: Centre for Development Studies, University of Jos. 95p.

Periodical articleSchultz, Patrick (1999)
Le statut personnel à Mayotte
Abstract presentDroit et cultures. #37. p. 95-114.

Periodical articleSeesemann, Rüdiger (1999)
Der Sudan und die islamistische Verfassung
INAMO. Volume 17. p. 42-45.

Periodical articleSermet, Laurent (1999)
Regards sur la justice musulmane à Mayotte
Abstract presentDroit et cultures. #37. p. 185-201.

Periodical articleVahed, M.A. (1999)
Should the question: 'what is in a child's best interest?' be judged according to the child's own cultural and religious perspectives? The case of the Muslim child
Abstract presentThe Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa. Volume 32 #3. p. 364-375.

Book chapterVyver, J.D. van der (1999)
Religious freedom in African constitutions
In: Na'im, A.A.a. (ed.), Proselytization and communal self-determination in Africa. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books. p. 109-143.

BookAmbali, M.A. (1998)
The practice of Muslim family law in Nigeria
Kongo, Zaria: Tamaza Pub. 340p.

BookBadamasiuy, Juwayriya Bint (1998)
Status and role of women under the Shari'ah
Kaduna: Zakara. 72p.

BookHirsch, Susan F. (1998)
Pronouncing and persevering: Gender and the discourses of disputing in an African Islamic court
Abstract presentChicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 360p.

Periodical articleMoosa, N. (1998)
Women's eligibility for qadiship
Awraq: Estudios Sobre el Mundo Arabe e Islamico Contemporaneo. Volume 14. p. 203-227.

Periodical articleMoosa, Najma (1998)
The interim and final constitutions and Muslim personal law: Implications for South African Muslim women
Stellenbosch Law Review. Volume 9 #2. p. 196-206.

Periodical articleSalamone, Frank A. (1998)
The Waziri and the thief: Hausa Islamic law in a Yoruba city: a case study from Ibadan, Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law. #42. p. 139-156.

BookTuhaise, Percy Night (ed.) (1998)
Women, marriage, and resource management among Muslims in Uganda
Kampala?: Women and Law in East Africa (Uganda). 120p.

Dissertation / thesisAbdallah, Hassani (1997)
Legal impact of the unification of law of succession on the application of Islamic law of succession: The case of Tanzania Mainland
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 65p.

BookKi-Zerbo, F. (1997)
Les sources du droit chez les Diola du Sénégal: logiques de transmission des richesses et des statuts chez les Diola du Oulouf (Casamance, Sénégal)
Paris: Karthala. 217p.

Periodical articleLubbe, Gerrie J.A. (1997)
See this documentThe Soweto Fatwa: A Muslim Response to a Watershed Event in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 17 #2. October. p. 335-343.

BookMahmud, A. (1997)
Notes on Islamic law civil procedure
Yola-Town: Al Abumahdi Ltd. 14p.

Periodical articleMoosa, E. (1997)
Prospects for Muslim law in South Africa: A history and recent developments
Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law. Volume 1996 #3. p. 130-155.

Dissertation / thesisMoosa, N. (1997)
An analysis of the human rights and gender consquences of the new South African constitution and bill of rights with regards to the recognition and implementation of Muslim personal law
Ph.D. dissertation. University of Western Cape. 350p.

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