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  • Author(s) Anver M. Emon
  • SubtitleDhimmis and Others in the Empire of Law
  • Edition
  • Published3rd July 2014
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198722021

Dhimmis and Others in the Empire of Law

This book addresses the problem of the concept of 'tolerance' for understanding the significance of the dhimmi rules that governed and regulated non-Muslim permanent residents in Islamic lands. In doing so, it suggests that the Islamic legal treatment of non-Muslims is symptomatic of the more general challenge of governing a diverse polity. Far from being constitutive of an Islamic ethos, the dhimmi rules raise important thematic questions about
Rule of Law, governance, and how the pursuit of pluralism through the institutions of law and governance is a messy business.

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  • Author(s) Anver M. Emon
  • SubtitleDhimmis and Others in the Empire of Law
  • Edition
  • Published3rd July 2014
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198722021

Dhimmis and Others in the Empire of Law

This book addresses the problem of the concept of 'tolerance' for understanding the significance of the dhimmi rules that governed and regulated non-Muslim permanent residents in Islamic lands. In doing so, it suggests that the Islamic legal treatment of non-Muslims is symptomatic of the more general challenge of governing a diverse polity. Far from being constitutive of an Islamic ethos, the dhimmi rules raise important thematic questions about
Rule of Law, governance, and how the pursuit of pluralism through the institutions of law and governance is a messy business.
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