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Le conflit des interprétations, le onze septembre et le droit musulman

Abstract : The assault against the USA on September 11, 2001, raises six principal questions : Which Muslim authority is conpetent for pronouncing a jihad ? On what grounds does it have to base its decision ? Should Muslims wage war in an ennemy territory where they peacefully entered ? Are suicide operations acts of martyrdom ? What about civilian victims in war time ? What about Islam's image, its forme of solidarity and the confusion of ideas ? Each of this questions is discussed in the light of ancien Muslim law and of islamist , reformist and modernist doctrines. In fact, pre-established ideological attitudes preside over any interprétation of Islam's sacred sources.
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Hervé Bleuchot. Le conflit des interprétations, le onze septembre et le droit musulman. Droit et Cultures - Revue internationale interdisciplinaire, CHAD (UPN), Association Droit et Cultures, L'Harmattan, 2003, 2003/1 (45), pp.241-276. ⟨ujm-00322546⟩



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