الأحوال الشخصيّة في القانون الفرنسي وما يقابله في التشريع الإسلامي: غينـيا كوناكري نموذجاً SOCIAL ISSUES IN FRENCH LAW AND ITS CORRESPONDENCE IN ISLAMIC LAW: GUINEA CONAKRY AS CASE STUDY

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Mohamed Lamine Sylla, Dr
Muhammad roflee Waehama, Dr
Asman Taeali, Dr

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This paper discusses some of the Islamic virtues as compared to other religions, either divine or non-celestial, in the most important subjects of life, namely the social issues of marriage and its related matters. In doing so, the research compares Islamic law with French law, with the state of Guinea Conakry as the case study, due to its position as a French colony which practices Islam. This study aims to highlight the similarities in the principles of Islam and French law with regard to many social issues relating to marriage, and in doing so, the researcher has adopted the inductive, analytical and comparative methods. This paper also suggests that there is an interest to translate the relevant Islamic laws in relation to the subject matter, because of the clearly defined principles between the good and the bad.

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Sylla, M., Waehama, M. roflee, & Taeali, A. (2019). الأحوال الشخصيّة في القانون الفرنسي وما يقابله في التشريع الإسلامي: غينـيا كوناكري نموذجاً. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 7(1), 97-107. https://doi.org/10.33102/mjsl.v7i1.174
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