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Islamic Law and Transnational Diplomatic Law
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1. Introduction
2. Historical Overview of the Universality of Diplomatic Practice
3. Sources of Islamic and International Diplomatic Laws: Between Tension and Compatibility
4. A General Overview of Diplomatic Immunity In International Diplomatic Law and Islamic Law
5. Diplomatic Immunities in Muslim States: Islamic Law Perspective of Muslim State Practice
6. Terrorist Attacks on Diplomatic Institutions: Jihaad and Islamic Law View Points
7. Conclusion

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'Dr. Ismail shows how Islamic law and international diplomatic law are mutually reinforcing and largely complementary. Where there is divergence, there can be harmonization: the nature of his project is conversation, not conflict. Dr. Ismail has produced a rigorous work that blends theoretical inquiry and examples from Muslim State practice. This is an important contribution to the existing scholarship that, it is hoped, will enhance compliance in the area of diplomatic privileges and immunities.' - Robert P. Barnidge, Jr., Lecturer and Coordinator of International Relations, Department of History, Politics, and International Relations, Webster University, USA

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Muhammad-Basheer .A. Ismail currently lectures international law and Islamic law of transactions at the College of Law, Osun State University, Nigeria. He attended University of Hull, UK where he obtained Doctorate degree in international law. He received his LL.B (Islamic and Common Laws) and LL.M degrees from Bayero University, Kano and Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in 1991 and 2001 respectively. He was enrolled as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria in December 1992. He is an experienced Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria having widely practiced law at all levels of Courts ranging from the Magistrate, High Courts through to the Supreme Court of Nigeria.

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'Dr. Ismail shows how Islamic law and international diplomatic law are mutually reinforcing and largely complementary. Where there is divergence, there can be harmonization: the nature of his project is conversation, not conflict. Dr. Ismail has produced a rigorous work that blends theoretical inquiry and examples from Muslim State practice. This is an important contribution to the existing scholarship that, it is hoped, will enhance compliance in the area of diplomatic privileges and immunities.' - Robert P. Barnidge, Jr., Lecturer and Coordinator of International Relations, Department of History, Politics, and International Relations, Webster University, USA

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