Rethinking Islamic Legal Modernism: The Teaching of Yusuf al-Qaradawi

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Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)1-201
Number of pages201
JournalStudies in Islamic Law and Society
StatePublished - 2018

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
The Israel Science Foundation (research grant no. 73/10) financially supported this project, for which I am grateful. During the long period I spent working on this book, I have enjoyed and benefited from the advice and generosity of a number of persons. My students Tehila Bigman, Michael Fridman, Noa Gerber, Yakir Gillis, Jonathan Gonen, Ofir Haim, Ohad Kayam and Taghreed Kaedan assisted me in collecting, sorting out and summarizing the written sources. My colleague David Powers, who read an early version of Ch. 1, and the anonymous reader designated by Brill, contributed their insights and comments, which helped me to improve the manuscript. I am of course responsible for any shortcomings remaining in the book.

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