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ʿAbd al-Wahhab ibn ʿAli al- Subki

ʿAbd al-Wahhab ibn ʿAli al- Subki  

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(a.h. 727/1327 c.e.–a.h. 771/1370 c.e.).Was born and studied in Cairo, moving with his father Taqi al-Din to Damascus in 739/1339. With his father's permission he acted as a qadi ...
Abortion Politics and Policy

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Daniel K. Williams

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Political and Legal History

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Abortion policy in the United States has been contentious for decades and continues to polarize the American electorate. The controversy

Abrams v. United States

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Norman L. Rosenberg

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Political and Legal History

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This 1919 Supreme Court case from the World War I era involved Russian-born anarchists convicted under the 1918 Sedition Act

Abrogation of Legal Norms (Naskh)

Abrogation of Legal Norms (Naskh)  

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Abrogation, in Arabic naskh or al-nāsikh wa al-mansūkh, “the abrogating and the abrogated,” is a term for theories dealing with apparent conflict between different elements of revelation in Islam.The ...
Abu al-Khattab Mahfuz ibn Ahmad al- Kalwadhani

Abu al-Khattab Mahfuz ibn Ahmad al- Kalwadhani  

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(a.h. 432 510 c.e.–a.h. 1050/1116 c.e.). Mahfuz ibn Ahmad al-Kalwadhani Abu al-Khattab was one of the renowned scholars of eleventh-century Baghdad, who played major roles in crystallizing the school ...
Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn ʿAli ibn Ismaʿil al-Shashi Qaffal

Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn ʿAli ibn Ismaʿil al-Shashi Qaffal  

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(a.h. 291/904 c.e.–365/976 c.e.).A leading early Shafiʿi jurist credited with spreading the Shafiʿi school in Transoxania displacing the previously prevalent Hanbali school, al-Qaffal was born in ...
Abu Hamid Muhammad Ghazali

Abu Hamid Muhammad Ghazali  

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(a.h. 450/1058 c.e.–a.h. 505/1111 c.e.).Abu Hamid Muhammad al-Ghazali, celebrated Muslim scholar, held a prestigious professorship in Shafiʿi law in the colleges of Baghdad and Nishapur (Persia). He ...
Abu Ibrahim Ismaʿil ibn Yahya al- Muzani

Abu Ibrahim Ismaʿil ibn Yahya al- Muzani  

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(a.h. 175/791 c.e.–a.h. 264/878 c.e.).Jurist and prominent student of Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafiʿi, founder of the Shafiʿi school of law. Al-Muzani became one of al-Shafiʿi's three principal ...
Abu Ishaq Ibrahim ibn ʿAli Shirazi

Abu Ishaq Ibrahim ibn ʿAli Shirazi  

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(a.h. 393/1003 c.e.–a.h. 476/1083 c.e.).A leading scholar of the Iraqi branch of the Shafiʿi school of law, al-Shirazi was born in Firuzabad in what is today southern Iran. He ...
Abu Yaʿla, Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn al-Farraʾ al-Baghdadi

Abu Yaʿla, Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn al-Farraʾ al-Baghdadi  

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(d. a.h. 458/1066 c.e.). Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn al-Farraʾ al-Baghdadi Abu Yaʿla was a famous eleventh-century Hanbali scholar with a long and brilliant academic career in Baghdad. For about three ...

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