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Title: Review Essay: ”Discovering” Islamic Law
Authors: Arskal Salim
Keywords: Secular State;Islamization of Law
Issue Date: 7-Aug-2015
Series/Report no.: Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai’i Press, 2007. 256 pp;
Abstract: Islam was for many years a relative backwater within English-language scholarship on Indonesia. Islamic law, however, was treated with particular indifference. I can think of only two monographs on Indonesian Islamic legal institutions published in the last half of the twentieth century—Daniel Lev’s book about the Islamic Courts published in 1972,1 and Atho Mudzar’s study of the fatwas of the Majelis Ulama Indonesia published in 1993.2 In addition to these books, there has also been a handful of articles touching on some aspect of Islamic law, mostly related to the national marriage law
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