moorish qadi enforces moroccan law in northgate [America]; collecting taxes owed to moors by U.S. Corporations

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excerpt “GENERAL ACT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF ALGECIRAS”

AMPAC Study Session LXII ((62)

qadi, Arabic qāḍī, a Moslem judge who renders decisions according to the Sharīʿah (Islamic law). The qadi’s jurisdiction theoretically includes civil as well as criminal matters. In modern states, however, qadis generally hear only cases related to personal status and religious custom, such as those involving inheritance, pious bequests (waqf), marriage, and divorce. Originally, the qadi’s work was restricted to nonadministrative tasks—arbitrating disputes and rendering judgments in matters brought before him. Eventually, however, he assumed the management of pious bequests; the guardianship of property for orphans, people with cognitive disabilities, and others incapable of overseeing their own interests; and the control of marriages for women without guardians. The qadi’s decision in all such matters was theoretically final, although in practice premodern Moslem polities developed mechanisms for reviewing the qadi’s verdicts. source Britannica

excerpt “GENERAL ACT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF ALGECIRAS”
Noble Drew Ali
building one nation, one tribe at a time!!! te king 🇲🇦

AMPAC Study Session XVII

this information is reported as article III court moroccan law, public notice, news, study, research and education for community improvement throughout the world. te king

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