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Posted August 23, 2011
WELL WRITTEN ANALYSIS
Nicely written analysis explaining the progression of Islamic law. Early Muslim period rests on assumptions of traditions and consensus. Hence, it remains guesswork. Sometimes confuses cause and effect, in particular in its treatment of the effect of the inheritance laws on the economy. It essentially argues a self-fulfilling prophesy of the author. Instead, more focus should have been given to the anti-mercantile belief system that emerged 200 years after Muhammad and which is in stark opposition to the teachings in the Koran. It focuses on the business side, which is instead an effect of the underlying motivational factors to achieve material success.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
A.J. Deus, author of The Great Leap-Fraud - Social Economics of Religious Terrorism
Posted September 25, 2011
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