Archbishop backs sharia law for British Muslims – The Guardian

Posted February 7th, 2008 in islamic law, news by sally

“The Archbishop of Canterbury prompted controversy today when he said the introduction of sharia law for British Muslims was ‘unavoidable’.”

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The Guardian, 7th February 2008

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Does Islam fit with our law? – The Times

Posted February 5th, 2008 in islamic law, special report by sally

“Is a clash of civilisations looming? It’s now time to find the links rather than the conflicts between English and Islamic law”

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The Times, 5th February 2008

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‘We want to offer sharia law to Britain’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted January 21st, 2008 in islamic law, special report by sally

“Islamic courts meet every week in the UK to rule on divorces and financial disputes. Clare Dwyer Hogg and Jonathan Wynne-Jones report on demands by senior Muslims that sharia be given legal authority.”

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Daily Telegraph, 19th January 2008

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Sukuk succour – The Lawyer

Posted June 12th, 2007 in islamic law, special report by sally

“It’s not just pro-Muslim sentiment that is fuelling the emerging Islamic finance market, Government legislation is lending a helping hand too.” 

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The Lawyer, 11th June 2007

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Sharia carrier – The Lawyer

Posted June 5th, 2007 in islamic law, news by sally

“Islamic finance is no longer a Middle East form of financing. In the last year the UK Government has made a concerted effort to promote sharia-compliant financial instruments, adapting regulations to facilitate their smooth entry into the market.”

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The Lawyer, 4th June 2007

Source: www.thelawyer.com