Islam, sharia and English law

The debate about sharia poses bigger questions about law and society by Rowan Williams / June 17, 2013  Published in July 2013 issue of Prospect Magazine Question to Archbishop Williams: Must we accommodate Islam or not, as Christians? Archbishop: Must we accommodate Islam or not as Christians? Must I love […]

Islamic Finance

By Y-Sing Liau | Updated Jan 6, 2017 The Koran forbids charging interest or paying it. Yet even strictly observant Muslims can participate in modern-day commerce. They use alternative arrangements designed to comply with sharia, or Islamic law. These financial instruments, in which the buyer and the seller typically share […]

“Understanding Shariah From The Religious And Rights Perspectives”

Source:Peace The International Human Rights Committee and Projek Dialog will be holding a peace symposium and dinner at the Royale Bintang Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Bukit Bintang on 16 Sept. 2015  (Wednesday — Public Holiday – Malaysia Day )  The symposium entitled “Understanding Shariah from the Religious and Rights Perspectives” will discuss the role […]