Hudud in Malaysia: The Issues at Stake
Rose Ismail (ed)
One aspect of Islam that gives the religion a bad name is the inclination of a minority of its political followers to introduce forms of criminal law that are intrusive into citizens' private lives and corporal punishments such as caning for those found guilty. The state of Kelantan in Malaysia is governed by a political party that seeks to enforce some aspects of this extreme form of Islam. This book is a collection of articles both for and against such practices that were initially enshrined in the Kelantan Criminal Enactment (II) 1993. It was originally published by Sisters in Islam, an NGO committed to protecting the rights of women in Islam in 1995. New Paperback. Reprint.
Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Ilmiah Publishers, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. 2002