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Book chapterBella, Hamouda F. (2005)
Shari'a in Sudan
Abstract presentIn: Marshall, Paul (ed.), Radical Islam's rules: The worldwide spread of extreme Shari'a law. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. p. 87-112.

Periodical articleBossaller, A. (2005)
Nigeria: Steinigungsurteile
INAMO. Volume 11 #41. p. 27-28.

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

Periodical articleKogelmann, F. (2005)
Nigeria: Scharia Debatten
INAMO. Volume 11 #41. p. 24-26.

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 chapterMarshall, Paul (2005)
Nigeria: Shari'a in a fragmented country
In: Marshall, Paul (ed.), Radical Islam's rules: The worldwide spread of extreme Shari'a law. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. p. 113-134.

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.

Book chapterNa'im, A.A.a. (2005)
The future of Shari'ah and the debate in Northern Nigeria
In: Ostien, P. and Nasir, J.M. and Kogelmann, F. (eds.), Comparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. p. 327-357.

BookNouhou, Alhadji Bouba (2005)
Islam et politique au Nigeria: genèse et évolution de la chari'a
Paris: Karthala. 280p.

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

Book chapterSanusi, S.L. (2005)
The West and the rest: Reflections on the intercultural dialogue about Shari'ah
In: Ostien, P. and Nasir, J.M. and Kogelmann, F. (eds.), Comparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. p. 251-274.

Book chapterSuberu, R. (2005)
Continuity and change in Nigeria's Sharî'a debates
In: Gomez-Perez, M. (ed.), L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. Paris: Karthala. p. 209-226.

Book chapterTayob, Abdulkader I. (2005)
The demand for Shari'ah in African democratisation processes: Pitfalls or opportunities?
In: Ostien, P. and Nasir, J.M. and Kogelmann, F. (eds.), Comparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. p. 27-56.

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.

Book chapterAdor, S.N. (2004)
Shari'a: Historical and contemporary perspectives in the Sudan
In: Mbillah, J.A. and Chesworth, J. (eds.), From the cross to the crescent: A Procmura occasional paper. Nairobi: PROCMURA. p. 48-63.

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 articleHoward-Hassmann, R.E. (2004)
The flogging of Bariya Magazu: Nigerian politics, Canadian pressures, and women's and children's rights
Journal of Human Rights. Volume 3 #1. p. 3-20.

BookHuman Rights, W.a.t.c.h. (2004)
See this document'Political shari'a? Human rights and Islamic law in Northern Nigeria
New York: Human Rights Watch. 111p.

Book chapterIdowu-Fearon, J. (2004)
The Shari'a debate in the northern states of Nigeria and its implications for West Africa sub-region
In: Mbillah, J.A. and Chesworth, J. (eds.), From the cross to the crescent: A Procmura occassional paper. Nairobi: PROCMURA. p. 15-24.

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 articleMuhibbu-din, M.A. (2004)
See this documentPrinciples of Islamic polity towards 'ahl al-kitab' and religious minorities
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 24 #1. April. p. 163-174.

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 chapterOyelade, E.O. (2004)
The Shari'a and national unity in Nigeria
In: Mbillah, J.A. and Chesworth, J. (eds.), From the cross to the crescent: A Procmura occassional paper. Nairobi: PROCMURA. p. 25-47.

BookWushishi, D.I. (2004)
Reasons for the resurgence of Shari'ah in Nigeria
Lagos: Ibrash Islamic Publishing Center. 71p.

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.

Book chapterBabaji, B. and Dankofa, Y. (2003)
Assessing the performance of lower courts in the implementation of Shari'a penal law and justice
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. 103-127.

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

BookEzeilo, J.N. and Ladan, M.T. and Afolabi, A.A. (eds.) (2003)
Sharia implementation in Nigeria: Issues and challenges on women's rights and access to justice
Enugu: Women's Aid Collective. 277p.

Book chapterEzeilo, J.N. (2003)
Towards a cross-cultural approach to women's human rights
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. 86-101.

Periodical articleHarneit-Sievers, Axel (2003)
Encounters and no-go areas in the Nigerian debate about sharia
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 38 #3. p. 415-420.

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 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.

Periodical articleKalu, Ogbu U. (2003)
See this documentSafiyya and Adamah: Punishing Adultery With Sharia Stones in Twenty-First-Century Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 102 #408. July. p. 389-408.

Book chapterKeffi, S.U.D. (2003)
Improving the quality of life of Muslims through the implementation of socio-economic aspects of Shari'a in Nigeria
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. 207-227.

Book chapterLadan, M.T. (2003)
Women's rights, access to and administration of justice under the Shari'a in Nigeria
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. 19-43.

Periodical articleMiles, William F.S. (2003)
See this documentShari'a as De-Africanization: Evidence From Hausaland
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 50 #1. Spring/Summer. p. 51-75.

Periodical articleMohammed, K. (2003)
Historicity of the Shari'ah in Nigeria
Borno Museum Society Newsletter. #54-55. p. 5-21.

Book chapterOba, A.A. (2003)
Improving women's access to justice and the quality of administration of Islamic justice in Nigeria
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. 44-73.

Book chapterOrire, A.Q. (2003)
An overview of the application of Shari'a in Nigeria
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. 247-254.

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

Book chapterRaheemson, M.O. (2003)
The effects of Shariah on a non-Muslim
In: Sanni, Amidu (ed.), An unfamiliar guest in a familiar household: Arabic and Islamic studies: in honour of Isaac Adejoju Ogunbiyi. Bariga Lad Lak: Debo Prints. p. 73-84.

BookSambo, B. (2003)
Shari'a and justice: Lectures and speeches
Zaria: Sankore Educational Publishers. 462p.

Periodical articleStiles, Erin E. (2003)
When is a divorce a divorce? Determining intention in Zanzibar's Islamic courts
Abstract presentEthnology. Volume 42 #2. p. 273-288.

Book chapterUthman, M.B. (2003)
Protecting the rights of accused persons through the proper implementation of the Shari'a procedural guarantees in Northern Nigeria
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. 177-205.

Book chapterZubair, A. (2003)
Re-introduction of Shari'a courts in Nigeria: Some perspectives
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. 228-246.

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

BookAdo-Kurawa, I. (2002)
Domestication of the Shari'ah in Nigeria
Kano: Transwest Africa. 208p.

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 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.

Periodical articleDanfulani, U.H.D. and Ludwig, F. and Ostien, P. (2002)
The Sharia controversy and Christian-Muslim relations in Nigeria
Jahrbuch für kontextuelle Theologien. Volume 2002. p. 70-95.

BookHarunah, H.B. (2002)
Shari'ah under western democracy in contemporary Nigeria: Contradictions, crises, and the way forward
Ikeja: Perfect Printers. 108p.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2002)
Gender, mobility, and Sharia
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 11. p. 16.

Periodical articleLast, M. (2002)
Notes on the implementation of Shari'a in Northern Nigeria
FAIS Journal of Humanities (Bayero University, Kano). Volume 2 #3. p. 1-17.

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.

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

Periodical articleNaniya, T.M. (2002)
History of the Sharia in some states of Northern Nigeria to circa 2000
Journal of Islamic Studies. Volume 13 #1. p. 14-31.

Periodical articleOstien, P. (2002)
Ten good things about the implementation of shari'a in some states of Northern Nigeria
Swedish Missiological Themes. Volume 90 #2. p. 163-171.

Periodical articleStiles, Erin E. (2002)
Buying a divorce in Zanzibar
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 10. p. 33.

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.

Periodical articleAbdul-Raheem, T. (2001)
Islamist bigots: The case of Safiya Hussaini
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

BookAbdul-Rahmon, M.Oloyede (ed.) (2001)
Perspectives in Islamic law and jurisprudence: Essays in honour of Justice (Dr.) Muritala Okunola (JCA)
Ibadan: National Association of Muslim Law Students. 268p.

BookAdekilekun, A. (2001)
Muslims and Islamic law in Southern Nigeria (1899-1999): Edited with notes and pictures
Ede: Moyanjuola Press. 173p.

Periodical articleAffendi, A.e. (2001)
Islam and human rights: The lessons from Sudan
The Muslim World. Volume 91 #3-4. p. 481-506.

BookAkintola, Ishaq Lakin (2001)
Shari'ah in Nigeria: An eschatological desideratum
Ijebu-Ode: Shebiotimo Publications. 319p.

Periodical articleBergman, P. (2001)
See this documentNo ham? But I never knew you were vegetarian: Islamic law in a religious but non-Islamic Nigerian state
Journal of International Relations (University of Pennsylvania). Volume 3 #1. p. 1-8.

BookFasola, L.F. (2001)
Shari'a controversy in Nigeria: A Christian response
Ibadan: Pomik Nigeria. 80p.

Periodical articleIman, B. (2001)
Safiyatu's conviction untenable under Sharia
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

BookNgban, M.O. (2001)
Is Sharia the law of God? Why Christians reject it: The implications on a nation
91p.

Book chapterNoibi, M. (2001)
The Sharia in the Nigerian legal system
In: Abdul-Rahmon, M.Oloyede (ed.), Perspectives in Islamic law and jurisprudence: Essays in honour of Justice (Dr.) Muritala Okunola (JCA). Ibadan: National Association of Muslim Law Students. p. 195-229.

Periodical articleNzegwu, N. (2001)
Islam and its bigots: The case of Safiyatu Huseini Tugur Tudu
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

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.

BookOduyoye, M. (2001)
Archbishop Carey in Zamfara State
Ibadan: Sefer. 108p.

BookPeters, R. and Barends, M. (2001)
See this documentThe reintroduction of Islamic criminal law in Northern Nigeria: A study conducted on behalf of the European Commission
Lagos. 71p.

Periodical articlePérouse de Montlos, M. (2001)
Nigeria et Soudan: y a-t-il une vie après la sharia?
Études. Volume 395 #5. p. 443-454.

Periodical articlePérouse de Montlos, M. (2001)
Le Nigeria à l'épreuve de la sharia
Études. Volume 394 #2. p. 153-164.

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.

BookYahaya, A.M. (2001)
Constitutional foundation of a Sharia legal system in Nigeria
Panmark Nigeria.

BookAbd al-Masih, K.O. and Ibn Salam, M.J. (2000)
What you have not heard about the Sharia question
JPC Inc. 64p.

BookBalogun, I.A.B. (ed.) (2000)
Islamic tenets and the Shari'ah
Abstract presentIbadan: Sam Bookman Publishers. 165p.

Book chapterBello, Mohammed (2000)
Sharia and the constitution
In: Edu, S.L. and others (eds.), The Sharia issue: Working papers for a dialogue. Lagos: Committee of Concerned citizens. p. 5-13.

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.

BookDebki, B. (2000)
The tragedy of Sharia: Cry and voice of masses. Kaduna crisis from an eye witness
B. Debki. 124p.

Dissertation / thesisHussein, Issa (2000)
Problem in application of Islamic law by courts in Tanzania mainland
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 58p.

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

Periodical articleLast, M. (2000)
See this documentLa charia dans le Nord-Nigeria
Politique africaine. #79. p. 141-152.

BookMitha, N. (2000)
Fatwa: Its role in Shariah and contemporary society with South African case studies
Johannesburg: Afrikiyun Mubeen Publishers. 318p.

BookMohammed, A.S. and Adamu, S.H. and Abba, A. (2000)
The living conditions of the Talakawa and Shari'ah in contemporary Nigeria
Abstract presentZaria: Centre For Democratic Development, Research and Training (CEDDERT). 50p.

BookNwobi, S.O. (2000)
Sharia law in Nigeria: What a Christian must know
Owerri: Totan Publishers. 107p.

BookOduyoye, M. (2000)
The Shariy'ah debate in Nigeria: October 1999-October 2000
Ibadan: Sefer. 130p.

BookOkike, B.O. (2000)
The practice of Sharia in Nigeria: A democratic secular state
Owerri: Amamihe Publications. 128p.

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.

BookQuadri, Y.A. (2000)
Shariah: The Islamic way of life
Abstract presentIlorin: University of Ilorin. 29p.

BookShehu, E.U. (2000)
Sharia: The fate of northern Christians
20p.

Periodical articleSoares, Benjamin F. (2000)
Notes on the anthropological study of Islam and Muslim societies in Africa
Abstract presentCulture & Religion. Volume 1 #2. p. 277-285.

BookUbaka, C.O. (2000)
Sharia in Nigeria: Its implications for non-Muslims
Abstract presentEnugu: Snaap Press. 55p.

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