Islamic international law : an emerging branch of law which answers the contentious question of ‘authority to use force’ in Islamic law and politics. / Sabuj, Mohammad.

In: British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 48, No. 3, 26.07.2021, p. 388-404.

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Islamic international law : an emerging branch of law which answers the contentious question of ‘authority to use force’ in Islamic law and politics. / Sabuj, Mohammad.

In: British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 48, No. 3, 26.07.2021, p. 388-404.

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