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Marriage, divorce, and succession in the Druze family

a study based on decisions of Druze arbitrators and religious courts in Israel and the Golan Heights

by Aharon Layish

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Published by Brill in Leiden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Israel.,
  • Israel
    • Subjects:
    • Domestic relations -- Israel.,
    • Inheritance and succession -- Israel.,
    • Druzes -- Israel -- Marriage customs and rites.,
    • Druzes -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Aharon Layish.
      SeriesSocial, economic, and political studies of the Middle East ;, v. 31 =, Études sociales, économiques, et politiques du Moyen-Orient ;, v. 31, Social, economic, and political studies of the Middle East ;, v. 31.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKMK543 .L388 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 474 p. ;
      Number of Pages474
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3070928M
      ISBN 109004064125
      LC Control Number82169223

      ] BOOK REVIEWS 1ll the study of police organizations that are absent from other public or private sector institutions. FAMILY LAW MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND SUCCESSION IN THE DRUZE FAmILy. By Aharon Layish. Leiden: Brill, Pp. Reviewed by Ann Elizabeth Mayer* Professor Layish's book is the first attempt at a thorough un-. Layish uses interviews with Druze religious leaders, legal documents, and court cases to discuss marriage, divorce, and succession. His main point is to differentiate the Druze from Muslims-although Noel Coulson, in his foreword, places them in the "global Muslim conglomerate." Layish argues that Druze progress has been in terms of legal changes.

      Introduction --The Druze --Marriage among the Druze --Divorce among the Druze --Marriage and divorce: a comparative approach --The Druze: peripheral change. Series Title: Library of modern Middle East studies, Books shelved as marriage-divorce: Married for God: Making Your Marriage the Best It Can Be by Christopher Ash, The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel.

      divorce, partial or total dissolution of a marriage by the judgment of a court. Partial dissolution is a divorce "from bed and board," a decree of judicial separation, leaving the parties officially married while forbidding dissolution of the bonds of a valid marriage is what is now generally meant by divorce. Marriage, Divorce and Succession in the Druze Family. A Study Based on Decisions of Druze Arbitrators and Religious Courts in Israel and the Golan Heights. Leiden: Brill, ; Divorce in the Libyan Family. A Study Based on the Sijill of the Sharī‘a Courts of Ajdābiya and Kufra. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press & New York: New York University לידה: 25 במאי (בן 86).


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For more detail see A. Layish, Marriage, Divorce and Succession in the Druze Family (in preparation for publication), the chapter on mut'a marriages and temporary marriages. [17].

See Haifa, Nafaqa, File 33/75 [18]. Lecture by Shaykh Labib Abu Rukn to students at Tel Aviv University onand interview with him on March 5, [19].

He is the author of Divorce in the Libyan Family, Marriage, Divorce and Succession in the Druze Family, and Shari'a and Custom in Libyan Tribal by: Etymology. The name Druze is derived from the name of Muhammad bin Ismail Nashtakin ad-Darazī (from Persian darzi, "seamster") who was an early gh the Druze consider ad-Darazī a heretic, the name has been used to identify them.

Before becoming public, the movement was secretive and held closed meetings in what was known as Sessions of lia: 20, Divorce among the Druze; Marriage and divorce: a comparative approach; The Druze: peripheral change. Summary Much of the life and ritual of the Druze in Lebanon appears mysterious to outsiders, as this esoteric sect remains closed to non-members.

Lubna Tarabey, herself a member of this community, is ideally placed to offer insight into the family life, tradition and religious practices of the Druze. Marriage, divorce, and succession in the Druze family: The Druze Testamentary waqf more.

Description This volume presents annotated English translations of 72 court decisions handed down by the the Shari’a Courts of Adjabiya and Kufra roughly during the period ; the original texts facsimiles and edited documents appeared in A.

in response to the marriage prospect, i believe it is hard for most people to understand, but it makes sense as you can only be druze if you are born into a druze family. apparently marrying a non-druze and having children with them will make your children non-druze, as you have decided not to follow the "conditions" and faith of the religion.

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Brill, ). - John L. Crucial Bonds: Marriage Among the Lebanese Druze, Caravan Books, Delmar, pp – Attachment 2; for the potential economic consequences of ostracism, see: Immigration and Refugee Board of CanadaLBNFE – Lebanon: Update to LBNE of 14 September on the treatment of persons in a mixed marriage (Druze/Orthodox.

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Studies in Middle Eastern History, No. Some chapters focus on one of these components, other discuss the interplay between two or even all three of them. Journal of the American Oriental Society. Aharon Layish –. Marriage, Divorce, and Succession in the Druze Family: A Study Based on Decisions on Druze Arbitrators and Religious Courts in Israel and the Golan Heights A Layish Layish, A.

(). It will also be of great value to students and practitioners as a quick guide and easy-to-use practical resource in the field, and especially to academicians and researchers engaged in comparative studies by providing the necessary, basic material of family and succession law Category: Law Marriage Divorce And Succession In The Druze Family.The Druze community in Israel is officially recognized as a separate religious entity with its own courts (with jurisdiction in matters of personal status - marriage, divorce, maintenance and adoption) and spiritual leadership.Marriages are almost always arranged by the family.

Marriage partners usually come from the same village and often from the same extended family (including first cousins). The groom pays the bride's family a dowry. Polygamy (having more than one spouse) is forbidden, as is marriage to a non-Druze.