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Rebellion and Violence in Islamic Law

  title={Rebellion and Violence in Islamic Law},
  author={Khaled Abou El Fadl},
Preface and acknowledgments Introduction 1. Modern scholarship and reorienting the approach to rebellion 2. The doctrinal foundations of the laws of rebellion 3. The historical context and the creative response 4. The rise of the juristic discourse on rebellion: fragmentation 5. The spread of the Islamic law of rebellion from the fourth/tenth to the fifth/eleventh centuries 6. Rebellion, insurgency and brigandage: the developed positions and the emergence of trends 7. The developed non-Sunni… 
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