|Ask the Imam|
A collection of mufti ebrahim desai's answers to questions raised by muslims on belief and practice of islam.
|Assembly of Muslim Jurists in America|
A not-for-profit organization of muslim jurists and scholars , seeking to issue and clarify rulings of shar'iah (islamic law) concerning issues affecting muslims in the us. also offers training in juristic fields. [arabic and english]
|Fatwa. org. za|
A collection of muslim sources , rulings and opinions covering religious , personal , medical and financial subjects.
A translation of five of sayyid sabiq's popular summaries of islamic law according to the four main schools. covers: purification and prayer; supererogatory prayer; zakaat and fasting; funerals and dhikr; hajj and umrah.
|Islamic Family Law|
A project in emory university law school (atlanta , georgia , us) to assess the implementation of islamic family law in muslim and non-muslim environments with a view to encouraging reform. includes surveys , case studies , and thematic studies.
|Islamic Fiqh Academy (India)|
Organizes seminars , lectures , and training in islamic jurisprudence; also conducts research and contemporary interpretation.
|Islamic Schools of Thought|
Essay explaining the four main legal schools existing in sunni islam.
An analysis and comparison of the judgements of the four sunni law schools (hanafi , maliki , shafi'i and hanbalí) , and the shia ja'fari tradition. focus is on issues of personal law.
|The Association of Muslim Lawyers (UK)|
Promotes the legal rights of muslims in accordance with the shari'ah , and promotes research into shari'ah and english law. information about their activities , publications , and membership.
|The Four Madhabs|
A collection of articles about the schools of muslim law , their differences and similarities; also discusses salafi attitudes and teachings.
|UCLA Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law|
Journal aiming to analyze legal issues (social , political , civil , historical , economic , and commercial) relevant to muslims and near easterners in both muslim and non-muslim societies. includes information on subscriptions and article submission.
|Usul Al Fiqh Al Islami|
An online translation of taha jabir al 'alwani's book on source methodology in islamic jurisprudence.