Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur

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Journal Al-Idah
Title Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur
Author(s) Rehman, Zia ur, Atiq ur Rahman
Volume 26
Issue 1
Year 2013
Pages 20-28
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Chicago 16th Rehman, Zia ur, Atiq ur Rahman. "Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur." Al-Idah 26, no. 1 (2013).
APA 6th Rehman, Z. u., Rahman, A. u. (2013). Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur. Al-Idah, 26(1).
MHRA Rehman, Zia ur, Atiq ur Rahman. 2013. 'Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur', Al-Idah, 26.
MLA Rehman, Zia ur, Atiq ur Rahman. "Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur." Al-Idah 26.1 (2013). Print.
Harvard REHMAN, Z. U., RAHMAN, A. U. 2013. Influence of Fatwa on the Judicial System of State of Bahawalpur. Al-Idah, 26.
پاكستان مدرسہ ایجوكیشن بورڈ اور علماء كے تحفظات
امور شرعیہ میں وكالت كا دائرہ كار
فقہ اسلامی اور منو دھرم شاستر كا تقابلی مطالعہ
بیسویں صدی كے مكالمات بین المذاہب كا تنقیدی جائزہ
انعقاد رمضان و عیدین میں رؤیت قمر كی شرط كی حكمت
اسلامی تعلیمات كی روشنی میں پسند كے نكاح كا تحقیقی جائزہ
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Abstract

During the former era of the State of Bahawalpur theNawabs were in perpetual conflict with their relatives. The Kehlwar family of Sindh and during the modern era remained under influence of the British. So we can say that the State of Bahawalpur remained under constant foreign influence and the Nawabs did not have chance to rule with liberty and ease. In spite of these facts, the government of the State had many Islamic qualities and there are clear effects of Fatwa on judicial system inboth eras.

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