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Title: Freedom of Religion: A Comparative Study Between Islamic and Malaysian Perspective
Authors: Norahiza Nasir @ Ishak
Keywords: Freedom of religion--Malaysia
Freedom of religion (Islamic law)
tes FSU 2003 .N672
Issue Date: 13-Apr-2009
Abstract: This academic project is a comparative study focuses on the issue freedom of religion of by comparing between Islamic law and the Malaysian law perspective. As we know, Federal Constitution is the Supreme law of to other laws. Federal Constitution is the important document and numerous provisions, such as to governs the administration of the country as well as matters concerning guarantees of right and freedom of its citizen includes the right and freedom of religion. Besides, the main point in this research to understanding about freedom of religion between Islamic and Malaysian Perspective refers by Federal Constitution and Charter of Medina.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2129
Appears in Collections:Fakulti Syariah dan Undang-Undang



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