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contemporary jurisprudents such as William Twining, Roger Cotterrell,
History also featured the persecution of the jurisprudents, the theologians and the scholars in all the Islamic countries.
Here we address this concern directly as part of the office (or responsibility) of the jurisprudent.
Shortly after the jurisprudent had reached his home, the cries of lamentation told him that Abu Rayhan had died.
Yemeni jurisprudent, intellectual and parliamentarian 'Abd al-Majid al-Zindani is the sixth figure most prominently represented in the collection.
It was one jurisprudent "who satisfies the conditions" for custodianship.
The first is a rejection by the majority of Iraqis of the rule of the jurisprudent.
Ray Takeyh, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, claims that the "counterreform" movement that led to Ahmadinejad's victory at the polls is entirely the doing of Iranian chief jurisprudent Ali Khamene'i.
Both groups advocate strict Islamic law, including the concept of the guardianship of the jurisprudent, or absolute rule by senior clergy.
Khatami, famed for refusing to confront the hard-liners, at first pleaded with Supreme Jurisprudent Ali Khamenei to intervene.
A descendant of the famous jurisprudent of German Romanticism, Friedrich Karl von Savigny, he lived from 1900 to 1967, studied law -- as the son of a well-to-do family -- but never practiced it or ever occupied a stable position.