The College of Islamic Studies (CIS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) hosts a public lecture on ‘Qatari Family Law: Features and Gaps’ led using guest speaker Dr. Ibrahim Alwan, professor of Shari’a at the Qatar Police College. Dr. Alwan will shed mild on the intrinsic function of the Qatar Family Law in addition to its applications, justifications, and inferences.
He will use actual existence examples to illustrate crucial subject matters in the law and provide a complete and balanced evaluation of its articles. Speaking about the approaching lecture, Dr. Mohamed El Gammal, partner professor of modern-day comparative fiqh at CIS, stated: “The Qatar Family Law safeguards families and contributes to an included and cohesive social and cultural infrastructure.
The lecture will highlight criminal components that enshrine this body of regulation and deem it to be complete, applicable, and freed from sectarian bias, at the same time as drawing interest to identifiable gaps and viable regions of development.” The Qatari Family Law plays a necessary position in nurturing and maintaining the own family unit – a cornerstone for the improvement and survival of all present-day societies — and ensuring the equitable illustration of all of its participants.
The law, which accommodates 301 articles, have become legally binding in 2006 and outlines a strong framework for three key regions, along with marriage, spousal separation, and inheritance. Last month, CIS hosted a lecture on Domestic Workers and their Impact on the Psychological Stability of Children, posing critical questions about how outsourced childcare can supplement or contradict society’s concepts, beliefs, ethics, and criminal device.
The Qatari Family Law lecture may be held in Conference Room 1 at Minaretein (formerly referred to as the College of Islamic Studies constructing) in Education City these days from 7 pm to nine pm.