مسلمان ممالک کی تاریخ میں حقوق ِ نسواں اورعائلی قوانین کی تعبیر نو کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ۔

THE INTERPRETATION OF WOMEN RIGHTS AND FAMILY LAWS IN THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY

Authors

  • Dr. Hafiz Salahuddin Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies LUAWMS Uthal Baluchistan
  • Shumaila Kamal Lecturer at LUAWMS Uthal Baluchistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52337/islsci.v4i2.106

Keywords:

Muslim Countries, Muslim Jurists, Sharia Courts, Women Rights, Family Laws, Muslim Personal Law

Abstract

Modernization put aside politics initially and positioned away the religious matters. Gradually the family and social affairs were stated as personal matters. This divergence started from Christianity and shifted to Islam. In the subcontinent during British rule these trends were enacted particulary, termed as “Muslim Personal Law”. In Islam sovereignty is considered the only right of Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala, the creater. Creations are subordinates of their Creator. The true Islamic sources of Sharia provide complete guidance for individual and family rights. This study persuaded in an analytical way to response the historical analysis of family laws in Muslim World. All these reformings were conducted by the reasoning and legical exertations of academics from various schools of thought in Islamic Jurisprudence. The first step of transformation in Islamic family laws was held by the reframing of “Islamic Family Laws” to “Muslim Family Rights” under Ottoman Empire in 1917. Later in 1939 such a revolution in Nikah and divorce (separation) laws was conducted in the Subcontinent. These amendments were conducted by the referencing and recommendation of muslim rationalists.

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Published

2022-01-01

How to Cite

Salahuddin, & Kamal, S. (2022). مسلمان ممالک کی تاریخ میں حقوق ِ نسواں اورعائلی قوانین کی تعبیر نو کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ۔: THE INTERPRETATION OF WOMEN RIGHTS AND FAMILY LAWS IN THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY. Islamic Sciences, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.52337/islsci.v4i2.106