Islamic Law Book for Non-Muslims

Making Sense of Islamic Law helps non-Muslims learn about Sharia Law and how it is derived. It removes the mystery and stereotypes associated with Islamic Law.
Oct. 25, 2012 - PRLog -- Abbas Segujja was born in 1957 into a moderate religious family in central Uganda. His father was the village Imam for over 30 years and also worked at a distant coffee factory. He has a B.A. degree in Islamic Theology and law from Qatar University, an M.A. in Comparative Religion from the International University located in Islamabad, Pakistan and a B.A. in International Intercultural Social Work. Mr. Segujja has taught Islamic Studies and Arabic in secondary schools.

Mr. Segujja has also written a book about the pillars (foundation) of Islam in his native language of Lagunda. He lives in Denmark and is very active with the Islamic Study Group of Copenhagen and works with the Danish municipality of Stevns.

Making Sense of Islamic Law is a very down to earth and practical book detailing how Islamic Law is formulated and implemented.  It removes the mystery and stereotypes usually associated with the term Sharia Law. You can purchase the book in eBook form for $4.99 and trade paperback for $15.99 beginning October 29 via,, and other online book retailers.

Spencer-Majeed, Ltd. is offering a $3.00 rebate through December 1. Must show proof of purchase. Email for details.
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