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La conception de l’État et de l’ordre légal dans l’Islam (Volume 75)

(31,278 words)

Author(s): Milliot, Louis
Milliot, Louis Keywords: States | Islamic law | Islam | Public law | Mots clefs: Etats | Droit islamique | Islam | Droit public | ABSTRACT In the seventh century, Louis Milliot writes in the introduction to his course, the Orient, a fertile land of beliefs, gave birth to one more religion: Islam. But Islam is not only a religion. It is a culture, in the modern sense of expression, that is, a civilization. We have, in particular, the author continues, legal institutions marked by a great originality. Louis Milliot identifies two issues of great importance: the State and the legal order. Au VIIe s…

Les droits de l’enfant dans les conventions internationales et les solutions retenues dans les pays arabo-musulmans (Volume 268)

(110,269 words)

Author(s): Moulay Rchid, Abderrazak
Moulay Rchid, Abderrazak Keywords: Arab States | Children | Rights | Treaties | Islam | Islamic law | Mots clefs: Pays arabes | Enfants | Droits | Traités | Islam | ABSTRACT This course of Moulay Rchid, Professor at the University of Rabat, deals with the relation, the exchange, the ambiguity or the conflict between authenticity and modernity, between traditional Moslem law and positive law, between the law and the facts. The rights of the child in the international conventions and the solutions that have been adopted in the A…

L’Islam et le droit des gens (Volume 60)

(48,719 words)

Author(s): Rechid, Ahmed
Rechid, Ahmed Keywords: Islam | Public international law | Mots clefs: Islam | Droit international public | ABSTRACT After a presentation of some preliminary concepts on Islam and Law of Nations, especially with regard to the political state of the world at the time of Muhammad, Ahmed Rechid focuses on the international relations in the state of peace, then on international relations in the state of war and on what Islam authorizes and prohibits in international relations. Après l'exposé de quelques notions préliminaires sur l'Islam et le droit des gens, notamment en ce …

La conception et la pratique du droit international privé dans l’islam (étude juridique et historique) (Volume 60)

(41,981 words)

Author(s): Cardahi, Choucri
Cardahi, Choucri Keywords: Islam | Private international law | Mots clefs: Islam | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Choucri Cardahi begins his course on Private International Law in Islam with a study of the issue of nationality. The author discusses the issue of the status of foreigners (and in particular the issue of status of "dhimmis" (protected persons) from a legal point of view). The third part is a study of the conflict of laws in Islam and in the Ottoman Empire. Choucri Cardahi commence son cours sur le droit international privé dans l'Islam par une étude de la q…

The Principles of International Law in the Light of Islamic Doctrine (Volume 117)

(34,744 words)

Author(s): Mahmassani, Sobhi
Mahmassani, Sobhi Keywords: Islam | Public international law | Mots clefs: Islam | Droit international public | ABSTRACT The objective of Sobhi Mahmassani's course is to show that the main principles of international law are in accordance with a doctrine or philosophy of Islam and are perhaps even a part of the doctrine. After a presentation of general prolegomena, the author focuses on the law of peace from an Islamic perspective, and on the law of war according to Islam (the concept of Jihad or just war, acts of hostility, the treatment of enemy people, and the treatment of enemy property). L…

L’influence de la religion dans le droit international privé des pays musulmans (Volume 203)

(50,761 words)

Author(s): Charfi, Mohamed
Charfi, Mohamed Keywords: Islam | Private international law | Islamic law | Mots clefs: Islam | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Mohamed Charfi, Professor at the University of Tunis, points out in his course that Muslim countries experience a fundamental contradiction. They are torn between the will, on one hand, to remain faithful to their religion, and the will, on the other hand, to modernize. The author further specifies that the personal status is the only area in which the private international law of Musl…