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  title={The Sources of Islamic Law: Islamic Theories of Abrogation},
  author={Bernard G. Weiss and John F. Burton},
  journal={Journal of the American Oriental Society},
The sources of Islamic Law the theories of naskh the special theories of naskh the first mode of naskh the second mode of naskh the alleged qur'anic basis of naskh the third mode of naskh the qur'an's doctrine on naskh internal naskh. 
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