Tag Archives: shariah
In a recent CNN interview on Nov 18th, 2016 Kayleigh McEnany, Trump surrogate and political commentator, quoted Andrew McCarthy (a National Review columnist) as an “Academic” source for her statement “…that 90% of the Quran is a legal document and is Shariah.” You can view her statement here at the 39 second mark:
Question: Can I give Zakat to several people? Answer: You can give all of your zakat to one person as long as he/she is eligible. You may also divide up your zakat and pay it to several people, as long as they are eligible under one of the eight categories. For example: You have 300 […]
A blog I read frequently, the Volokh Conspiracy (Eugene Volokh et al’s popular legal blog) has now moved to the Washington Post. Volokh has serialized his article entitled “Religious Law (Especially Islamic Law) in American Courts, 66 Okla. L. Rev. 431 (2014)” for readers this week, which touches on broad aspects related to the compatibility […]
Shariah and American Law: Can a Muslim be a good American? A presentation at the Department of Multicultural Services at Texas A&M University & the & MSA at TAMU.
Succinct and to the point. What Is Sharia, Exactly? By: Afi-Odelia Scruggs Posted: August 27, 2010 at 5:06 PM Some critics of plans to build a mosque near Ground Zero warn that the imam behind it wants to bring Islamic Sharia law to the U.S. Before we decide to fear it, let’s at least understand what […]