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Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams triggered a storm of protest when he suggested that some accommodation between British law and Islam's shari'a law was 'inevitable'. His foundational lecture introduced a series of public discussions on Islam and English Law at the Royal Courts of Justice and the Temple Church in London. This volume combines developed versions of these discussions with new contributions. Theologians, lawyers and sociologists look back on developments since the Archbishop spoke and forwards along trajectories opened by the historic lecture. The contributors provide and advocate a forward-looking dialogue, asking how the rights of all citizens are honoured and their responsibilities met. Twenty specialists explore the evolution of English law, the implications of Islam, shari'a and jihad and the principles of the European Convention on Human Rights, family law and freedom of speech. This book is for anyone interested in the interaction between religion and secular society.
Table of Contents
|List of contributors|
|List of abbreviations|
|The Archbishop of Canterbury and Shari'a Law|
|The 'unavoidable' adoption of shari'a law? The generation of a media storm|
|Civil and religious law in England: a religious perspective|
|The Archbishop's Proposal for 'Transformative Accommodation'|
|Shari'a and Secular Democracy: Is Islamic Law Compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights?|
|The Refah case at the European Court of Human Rights|
|The compatibility of an Islamic/shari'a law system or shari'a rules with the European Convention on Human Rights|
|An analysis of the relationship between shari'a and secular democracy and the compatibility of Islamic law with the European Convention on Human Rights|
|Dignity and religion|
|Legal Pluralism: Should English Law Give Greater Recognition to Islamic Law?|
|Family law: current conflicts and their resolution|
|Arbitration law and family law: developments towards legal pluralism?|
|From Muslim migrants to Muslim citizens|
|Ontario's 'shari'a court': law and politics intertwined|
|Accommodation or Conflict: Trajectories in the United Kingdom|
|Religious rights and the public interest|
|Responsibilities and Rights|
|Freedom of Speech, Incitement to Religious Hatred: Beyond the Divide?|
|Where to draw the line, and how to draw it Sydney Kentridge, including a note: the Satanic Verses and the Danish cartoons|
|Censor or censure: maintaining civility|
|In praise of 'fuzzy law'|
|Defining Jihad: Personal Commitment, Politics and the State|
|Towards an Islamic society, not an Islamic state|
|Following shari'a in the West|
|Violence, personal commitment and democracy Khaled|
|Prospect: Equality before God and before the Law|
|Equal before God|
|Equal before the law|
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