Part of any Muslim's effort to return to their religious past usually involves an invocation of Islamic law, or what has been termed the Shari'ah. This Note intends to cursorily examine Islamic law-where it was, and where it is going. More specifically, this Note will examine a growing fracture within the Islamic community and how a fissure among so-called fundamentalists will ultimately influence an understanding of Islamic law.
Hamid M. Khan,
Nothing is Written: Fundamentalism, Revivalism, Reformism and the Fate of Islamic Law,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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