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Title: IS IT FEASIBLE TO ESTABLISH A "SHARIA COURT" IN AUSTRALIA? HOW WILL IT WORK?
Authors: Rodziana Mohamed Razali
Keywords: Sharia
Court
Minority
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: Volume 3;
Abstract: For Muslims living in non-Muslim majority states, professing their religion is one thing and having religious freedom and their religious law and institution being legally recognized is quite another. While the former may be legally guaranteed, the mere mention let alone debate on the latter seems to spark outrage amongst the non-Muslim local and international communities. The absence of such recognition in those countries leaves the minority Muslims with their endless struggle and fight to have their religious rights and obligations legally enforced according to the demand of their religion. This paper attempts to analyze this issue and its implications in the context of Australia, being a secular multi-cultural country with a rising Muslim population. The main question to be addressed is "is it feasible to establish a Sharia court in Australia and how will it work?".
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my/handle/123456789/9470
ISSN: 18234569
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