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Jizya is a tax that Muslim governments and rulers enforced on non Muslims. This was not a simple tax, but had deep connotation. Its basic purpose was to hasten conversion to Islam.The Jizya is a tax and is almost like a deal which allowed non-Muslims to continue to live in the Muslim areas with other conditions. It is sanctioned by Muslim Law
Published by Madan G Singh 43 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +0 votes | 0 comments
Political corruption has been around since the beginning of elections. Many people tend to think that the state that they live in has corrupt politicians. Corruption knows no state boundaries, but some states tend to have more political corruption than others. Here are the 5 states with the most political convictions from the years 1976-2010.
Published by Mark Feldt 48 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +2 votes | 0 comments
Hindu law was based on ‘Dharma’ meaning a path outlined by religion. This was an amorphous term and had different meanings for different classes of people. Whatever jurisprudence existed in Hindu thought was derived from the Laws of Manu enunciated by the sage Manu in his tome ‘Manusmiriti’. The Manusmiriti is the corner stone of Hindu Jurisprudence, but in the entire volume which consists of 2684 verses divide into 12 chapters there is no mention of rape.
Published by Madan G Singh 49 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +0 votes | 0 comments
Indian law refers to the system that operates in India and handles its day to day functioning. Even before the present day laws came into existence, India was governed by a set of ancient day laws. Here is a look at the Ancient sources of Law in the Indian legal system.
Published by Soubhik Chakrabarti 58 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
A discussion on the stances of Senator Rick Santorum, and how the very principles which are winning him votes in the Republican primary are the same characteristics which would cost him the general election, assuming he was able to overtake Romney. He offends the moderates on many issues, from religion, to gay rights, to contraception, to even women's issues.
Published by Connor Crum 59 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
Studying for the LSAT; preparation tactics for the Logic Games portion of the exam. This article outlines what to expect from the Logic Games or Analytic Reasoning portion. Presenting different questions types to be anticipated as well as the tactics used to make the most of the time and skills you have.
Published by Jerrod Nazarian 59 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +3 votes | 1 comments
Massachusetts is such an old commonwealth, one of the original thirteen colonies, that clearly, there isn't time enough to clean up some of the older laws on the books. Some laws, if you were to go back to the beginning of Massachusetts' colonization, are old common laws from England, our mother country. These were the basis of our laws. Its probably odd to those of you who didn't grow up there or live there at length, but there is no hunting on Sundays and many cities and counties still obse...
Published by Amy Russell 59 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +5 votes | 5 comments
Immigrants in Sacramento, California, face challenges finding housing, employment, and necessities dependent on their immigration status. Whether legal or illegal, the quality of life experienced by immigrants is lower than their US born counterparts. Post secondary education and work authorization become a challenge after high school for those who spent K-12 in the US school system but do not have citizenship. Immigration laws are a point of contention between two heavily polarized groups an...
Published by Joshua Mesch 59 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +0 votes | 0 comments
Prior to applying to law school everyone will have to take the LSAT. This concise explanation of the LSAT gives suggestions from the months prior through the days before into the day of the LSAT. Explicating the skills, strategies and mental preparedness necessary to tackle the LSAT.
Published by Jerrod Nazarian 59 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
The great effect of Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites on the Arab spring revolutions and how protests used these sites to reinforce their revolution. Also, the great increase in the Facebook and Twitter users in the Arab world from the beginning of 2011, the year of the Arab spring revolutions.
Published by Reppel 60 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +1 votes | 1 comments
Determining the level of corruption of countries across the world is an endeavor undertaken by Transparency International (TI), a non-government organization (NGO) devoted to ending corruption worldwide. TI defines corruption as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain”. TI works closely with organizations that investigate and expose corruption, however, they have no legal authority over any state.
Published by Judith Barton 61 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +20 votes | 18 comments
Law school can be very expensive and most graduates owe an average of $120,000 at graduation. Finding help with law school loans can be a godsend. This article will outline where you can find help with your law school loans.
Published by sharron martinez 63 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +2 votes | 0 comments
The competition between Islam and Liberalism in Egypt. Who will win at last?
Published by Reppel 66 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +1 votes | 3 comments
This article will focus on how governments, both the American and Mexican governments, benefit from a weak enforcement of American immigration laws.
Published by Eva Coombes 70 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +15 votes | 8 comments
Between 1800 and 1865 slavery was defining the path of development that shaped the culture of the Southern United States. The economies and politics of the south realized the importance of controlling cheap and free labor to build the southern half of the nation.
Published by Mitch Page 70 months ago in Law & Philosophy | +2 votes | 1 comments
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