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Christian Exodus in Middle East

• arclein
under Islamic law a Muslim couldn’t settle disputes in the courts of infidels. This limitation handicapped Muslim-Christian business relations, particularly since under Islamic law the word of Muslims often trumped that of infidels, even when the infidels had documents to back up their claims. For a third, the laudable Islamic desire for equity required that upon death at least two-thirds of a Muslim estate be split among what

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