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Islamic law and social and economic development the complete proceedings of the Third Pakistan-France Colloquium, Islamabad, April 3-5, 1982. by Pakistan-France Colloquium (3rd 1982 Islamabad, Pakistan)

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Published by Idara Saqafat-e-Pakistan in Islamabad .
Written in English

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  • Pakistan

Subjects:

  • Islamic law -- Pakistan -- Congresses.,
  • Islam -- Social aspects -- Pakistan -- Congresses.,
  • Islam -- Economic aspects -- Pakistan -- Congresses.

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Pagination473 p. :
Number of Pages473
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3014574M
LC Control Number84931423

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