The World of Fatwas or the Shariah in Action

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10 thoughts on “The World of Fatwas or the Shariah in Action

  1. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    This was really boring an anti Islamic tirade I could not finish it Usually, even when I disagree with Shourie, I used to appreciate his skill as a writer something that is conspicuous by its absence from this book.I would recommend this book to only Donald Trump.


  2. Mehul Mehul says:

    I was astonished to find out that every aspect of a Muslim s life is governed by Sharia But i am still not able to understand why would a muslim accept some of these crazy fatwas A must read for those who think on the lines of Sarva Dharma Sambhav Equal respect to all Religions.


  3. Narender Gupta Narender Gupta says:

    Wonderful Rarely have I seen a book with such detail and boldness You, Arun Shourie, are a legend, sir.


  4. शिखा शिखा says:

    The author has done commendable research in the topic giving a clear insight into what Islam actually is But, at times, he seems to be repetitive But the latter is not an issue compared to the magnitude of facts he has put forth I recommend this book to those who are into research on Semitic religions This book is not for light reading but yes, it is a very good book indeed A big thanks to Shourie sir for his work.


  5. A Man Called Ove A Man Called Ove says:

    4.5 5 Dry style The book is exhaustive and hence can get repititive.


  6. Anant Singh Anant Singh says:

    An eye opener , Arun does his homework very well that makes the novelinteresting Sorry not a novel but THE BOOK


  7. Manish Thakur Manish Thakur says:

    This book is backed by the kind of meticulous research that could be the envy of any great scholar.It helps understand the Muslim mindset, their worldview, issues important to them their social economic condition Most of all it traces the thought process that led to the eventual creation of Pakistan their outlook towards India Ironically the ideology that led to partition still thrives well in this country Observing the contemporary events media reporting, one could see that secularis This book is backed by the kind of meticulous research that could be the envy of any great scholar.It helps understand the Muslim mindset, their worldview, issues important to them their social economic condition Most of all it traces the thought process that led to the eventual creation of Pakistan their outlook towards India Ironically the ideology that led to partition still thrives well in this country Observing the contemporary events media reporting, one could see that secularism is nothing but a tool to shield protect the obscurantist agenda of the ulema In spite of all the clamoring by secularists that extremists like ISIS have nothing to do with religion, the book lays threadbare the theology that is at the heart of what motivates the faithful for Jihad.On the flip side, the book could have been much better edited There is humongous amount of references much of that content has been reproduced even in the text This gory detail from the fatwas often gruesome or pervert in nature consumes too much space makes for very difficult reading.A shorter summary for the book may be muchreadable enlightening to those brought up on the secular narrative that all religions are the same


  8. Sudhir Sudhir says:

    THE WORLD OF FATWAS A brilliant dissertation Fool prof thesis, academically researched and brilliantly narrated Puts an informed perspective to a little known topic in the English language My only problem is with the attitude of the hypothesis it is not ready for any softness on the matter, or rationalize the issue with an contextual understanding However, it leaves me with much to ponder


  9. Hemant Kumar Hemant Kumar says:

    Informative Well researched Liked the comparision of Sharia with another tatalitarion ideology of communism the author is well versed with that too The author has countered the usual claims of secularists of this verse is cited out of context etc well Would recommend to people who are open minded and wish to understand Shariat in action i.e the views and practices propagated by the learned Ulema of Muslim community.


  10. Lasic Lasic says:

    Brilliant book for those who need to understand Shariah law or Fatwa This book will give youunderstanding of their religion and culture.


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  • 685 pages
  • The World of Fatwas or the Shariah in Action
  • Arun Shourie
  • English
  • 23 January 2017
  • 8172232594 Edition Language English Other Editions 7

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10 thoughts on “The World of Fatwas or the Shariah in Action

  1. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    This was really boring an anti Islamic tirade I could not finish it Usually, even when I disagree with Shourie, I used to appreciate his skill as a writer something that is conspicuous by its absence from this book.I would recommend this book to only Donald Trump.


  2. Mehul Mehul says:

    I was astonished to find out that every aspect of a Muslim s life is governed by Sharia But i am still not able to understand why would a muslim accept some of these crazy fatwas A must read for those who think on the lines of Sarva Dharma Sambhav Equal respect to all Religions.


  3. Narender Gupta Narender Gupta says:

    Wonderful Rarely have I seen a book with such detail and boldness You, Arun Shourie, are a legend, sir.


  4. शिखा शिखा says:

    The author has done commendable research in the topic giving a clear insight into what Islam actually is But, at times, he seems to be repetitive But the latter is not an issue compared to the magnitude of facts he has put forth I recommend this book to those who are into research on Semitic religions This book is not for light reading but yes, it is a very good book indeed A big thanks to Shourie sir for his work.


  5. A Man Called Ove A Man Called Ove says:

    4.5 5 Dry style The book is exhaustive and hence can get repititive.


  6. Anant Singh Anant Singh says:

    An eye opener , Arun does his homework very well that makes the novelinteresting Sorry not a novel but THE BOOK


  7. Manish Thakur Manish Thakur says:

    This book is backed by the kind of meticulous research that could be the envy of any great scholar.It helps understand the Muslim mindset, their worldview, issues important to them their social economic condition Most of all it traces the thought process that led to the eventual creation of Pakistan their outlook towards India Ironically the ideology that led to partition still thrives well in this country Observing the contemporary events media reporting, one could see that secularis This book is backed by the kind of meticulous research that could be the envy of any great scholar.It helps understand the Muslim mindset, their worldview, issues important to them their social economic condition Most of all it traces the thought process that led to the eventual creation of Pakistan their outlook towards India Ironically the ideology that led to partition still thrives well in this country Observing the contemporary events media reporting, one could see that secularism is nothing but a tool to shield protect the obscurantist agenda of the ulema In spite of all the clamoring by secularists that extremists like ISIS have nothing to do with religion, the book lays threadbare the theology that is at the heart of what motivates the faithful for Jihad.On the flip side, the book could have been much better edited There is humongous amount of references much of that content has been reproduced even in the text This gory detail from the fatwas often gruesome or pervert in nature consumes too much space makes for very difficult reading.A shorter summary for the book may be muchreadable enlightening to those brought up on the secular narrative that all religions are the same


  8. Sudhir Sudhir says:

    THE WORLD OF FATWAS A brilliant dissertation Fool prof thesis, academically researched and brilliantly narrated Puts an informed perspective to a little known topic in the English language My only problem is with the attitude of the hypothesis it is not ready for any softness on the matter, or rationalize the issue with an contextual understanding However, it leaves me with much to ponder


  9. Hemant Kumar Hemant Kumar says:

    Informative Well researched Liked the comparision of Sharia with another tatalitarion ideology of communism the author is well versed with that too The author has countered the usual claims of secularists of this verse is cited out of context etc well Would recommend to people who are open minded and wish to understand Shariat in action i.e the views and practices propagated by the learned Ulema of Muslim community.


  10. Lasic Lasic says:

    Brilliant book for those who need to understand Shariah law or Fatwa This book will give youunderstanding of their religion and culture.


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