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The cosmopolitanism and heterogeneity of the group are nevertheless quite striking. Notify me of new posts via email. Family issues—especially marriage and divorce—arguably absorb most of the time of the imams officiating in mosques across Europe.
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Johansen Baber,Contingency in a Sacred Law. While some fatwas seem to be formulated in neutral terms, others are quite passionate about their subject matter. The complex deliberative process that I have described above suggests that one can speak of minority fiqh only as an evolving project, diversely understood and variously implemented, by the heterogeneous group of scholars that sit in the ECFR.
When regulations and laws are not by their letter Islamic in their nature then only upholding an Islamic social contract on finance could help Muslim minorities to provide a solid base, confidence, trust, and foundation for their economic and business initiatives including investment and finance.
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Sometimes the formulation of the question hints clearly at what the desired answer is: A few sessions of qarasawi ECFR have been devoted to discussing the general frameworks as well as the precise rules of Muslim family matters in Europe. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Muslim emigration to the West according to Salafi jurisprudence.
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These questions are usually sent by letter, fax or email to the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, where the ECFR’s secretary-general receives, organizes, and sometimes forwards the questions to members known for their expertise in the field.
Sincethe debates are even broadcast live through the ECFR’s website www. How much attention should be paid to the actual practices of European Muslim communities? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Email required Address never made public. These and other distinctions guide the ECFR muftis in their deliberations. The members disagree on whether the ECFR should try to revise these fatwas or simply endorse them. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, vol.
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Muslim Minorities Jurisprudence by Iyad Zahalka. Whether the ECFR succeeds in this project depends, of course, on the way integration is defined—and on who defines it—at any particular juncture.
Located at the periphery of the European Union, in a country where debates on Islam have until recently been less vivid and less hostile than elsewhere, the ICCI’s current prominence as the headquarters of the ECFR is the product of the convergence between three main factors.
Staff from IslamOnLine covering the session for the website may distribute printouts of the relevant fatwas from their online fatwa database the Arabic fatwas are in fact often the individual opinions of some of the scholars attending the meeting such as Qaradawi, Mawlawi or Ali al-Qaradaghi. The homogeneity of the setting—a scarcely decorated conference room—and the bleak landscapes of European suburbia where the meetings are usually held provide a sharp contrast to the global interconnectedness and media exposure of the scholarly debates taking place inside.
In addition to published fatwa collections, a few have their own weekly fatwa shows in satellite TV stations: It seeks to understand how the production of this expertise the fatwa is organized and managed, and to what extent it is shaped by policy discourses in the West. Journalists dispatched from Cairo record the proceedings and write daily reports of the debates for www. These scholars speak less in the collective meetings, and more tentatively; they tend to be more sensitive and vulnerable to local state policies and public debates, and worry more about how the fatwas will be received in their national contexts.
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The institution most closely associated with the concept of minority fiqh is the European Council for Fatwa and Research, a body which aims at providing an authoritative reading of the Islamic tradition in a context of migration and minorigies change.
By establishing the ECFR, the leaders of the FIOE of which the UOIF is one of the main members sought to institutionalize these ad hoc reflections and provide the necessary framework for disseminating the collective opinions. Waradawi the internal discussions they speak with the self-confidence of men supported by a vibrant historical tradition. You can find the article at: A journal promoting a comparative perspective in the study of religion Publisher: After the first draft is fkqh aloud, passages are dropped, elaborated or modified.
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A previously-issued fatwa by a recognized religious authority is often muslin starting point of the discussion. Since the Prophet forbade interfaith inheritance in an authentic hadith, but also stated that Islam does not harm the believer, should European converts to Islam be allowed to inherit from their non-Muslim relatives?
Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi Language: Under these conditions, o position should the ECFR adopt in relation to the lunar calendar? On the other hand, a question which is seen as lacking a commitment to traditional fiqh may elicit a contemptuous answer, even when that answer clashes with the logic of the ECFR’s project.
What are the meanings and fields of application of reform? Sometimes the choice clearly responds to concerns internal to Muslim communities. The institutional framework of the ECFR and the limited time of each session do not allow all questions to be answered.
Many of the relevant fatwa collections are available electronically and msulim accessible during the meetings. This remarkable public orientation makes the scholars acutely aware that by issuing a collective fatwa, they are taking position in a larger debate about the relevance of Islamic Law in the modern world.