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Models of Pluralistic Discourse: a Consideration of the Ismaili Muslim Conciliation and Arbitration Boards in Kenya

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Affiliations: 1: Research Associate, Institute of Ismaili Studies, London. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the 3rd Conference of the Islamic Law in Africa Project held in Cape Town, South Africa in March 2002. I am thankful to the organisers and participants of this conference, in particular Dr Ebrahim Moosa, for the invitation to attend and for their comments on my presentation. I would also like to thank Professor Azim Nanji of the Institute of Ismaili Studies for his review and comments on this paper and F.E. Jamal, Advocate, of Nairobi for providing me with copies of Kenyan legislation and clarifying points of Kenyan law for me. The responsibility for any weaknesses or errors in the final version, however, is mine alone.


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