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Role of the Council of Islamic Ideology in the Islamisation of laws in Pakistan
M. MasudPublished 2015Political Science
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ABSTRACT Focusing on women's rights, this paper provides a critical socio-legal analysis of Muslim legal pluralism in Pakistan and compares the role and differences of opinions of the Council of… Expand
Created for the Muslims of the Indian Sub-continent in 1947, Pakistan is by design a Muslim majority state with 97 percent Muslim population. Despite the division of India and Pakistan based on distinct religious identities as per the ‘Two-Nation
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