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Based on author's thesis (doctoral - University of Warwick, 2012) issued under title: Gender justice and Islamic laws of homicide and bodily hurt of Pakistan and Nigeria.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Gender justice in islam The dividing line between divine and human Homicide, bodily injury and gender in fiqh literature Juristic use of ̀aqilah in balancing gender disparity Arguments and counter-arguments on asymmetric diyah across genders Addressing the conflicting narratives using elimination (al-tarj) and abrogation (al-naskh) methods Case study of Pakistan Legitimising gender violence through judicial process Case study of Nigeria Judicial insensitivity to gender issues and absence.
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Print version: Abubakar, Musa Usman, 1969- author. Gender justice in Islamic law Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2018 Original