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Islam and English law

We need an open debate about how the law can accommodate Islam

By Maleiha Malik   July 2013

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This is the third of three responses to the issues raised in “Islam and English Law”, edited by Robin Griffith-Jones.

Read Rowan Williams’s response and Elizabeth Cooke’s response

I wanted to endorse and pick up on the points that Elizabeth Cooke has made on public debate. It reminded me of a conversation I had with a Spanish historian about that period in Spain, in Andalucia, when there was this flourishing of three different religions, often referred to as…

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