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Islam in Africa

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Chapter Summary

This section contains a list of reference articles and books of Islam in Africa that occur in this book titled Manichaean delirium: decolonizing the judiciary and Islamic renewal in Sudan, 1898-1985 . The book unravels the conflict between the Civil and Sharia divisions of the Judiciary. Hierarchized by the British administration, the Civil Division was endowed with power and authority over the Sharia Division. It examines the duality of the Judiciary as an aspect of a colonial geography in which a colony is dramatically compartmentalized into an authoritative, European, modern space and a subordinated, traditional, native space.

Keywords: Africa; British administration; Islam; Sudan

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