NEW YORK, April 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Almost 1,400 years after the Prophet Muhammad first articulated God's law--the Shari'a - its earthly interpreters are still arguing over what it means. Hardliners reduce it to amputations, veiling, holy war and stonings. Others say that it is humanity's only guarantee of a just society.
In "Heaven on Earth: A Journey through Shari'a Law from the Deserts of Ancient Arabia to the Streets of the Modern Muslim World," Sadakat Kadri, a London-based criminal barrister and prize-winning writer, sets out to see who is right.
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