Making sense of islamic law

Making sense of islamic law

With a glance at its appliances to women and State Affairs

Abbas Segujja

Samfund, politik, kultur & medier


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ISBN: 9788771707397

Forlag: Books on Demand

Udgivelsesdato: 09.07.2015

Sprog: Engelsk


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