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April 19th, 2012
Episode 969 of 1666 episodes
In the wake of the terrorist attacks and wars of the last decade, for many non-Muslims shari'a has become both a loaded word and an all-encompassing explanation. But the history and practice of shari'a is actually complex and varied, as Sadakat Kadri discovers.