Divorce according to the Five Schools of Islamic Law

Volume 6 of 8

This work on the Shariah or Islamic Law offers a comparative study of the Divine Law that, according to authentic Islamic doctrines, embodies the Will of God in society. In the Islamic world view, God is the ultimate legislator. The five major schools that are used in the comparison are: Hanafi, Hanbali, Shafi’i, Maliki and Jaf’ari.

The issue is divorce is discussed in this present book, volume 6 of 8. The three main criteria for divorce are: adulthood, sanity and free volition. As with other legal issues there are a lot of similarities and differences between the five Schools of thought.

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Divorce according to the Five Schools of Islamic Law Volume 6 of 8 Muhammad Jawad Maghniyyah Publisher: Department of Translation and Publication, Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Address: P.O. Box 14155 - 6187 Tehran Islamic Republic of Iran 1st Edition 1417 A. H. (1997) Circulation: 3000