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Question 1: According to rabbinic tradition there are ________ in the Torah; mitzvot (singular mitzvah) means "commandment" or good deed.
Karaite JudaismJewish ethics613 MitzvotJewish holiday

Question 2: The opposite are ________, in which there is a [separation of church and state]
Secular stateSyriaMontenegroAzerbaijan

Question 3: ________ is one such sort of legal system; it was administered in ecclesiastical courts.
Natural lawRoman lawCanon law (Catholic Church)Canon law

Question 4: Within the framework of ________, there are at least three possible definitions for law.
Christian denominationBaptistChristianityEcumenism

Question 5: Examples include customary Halakha (Jewish law) and Hindu law, and to an extent, Sharia (Islamic law) and ________ (Christian law).
Roman lawNatural lawCanon law (Catholic Church)Canon law

Question 6: It is the practices of the Muhammad as narrated in reports of his life, extracted by analysis of the ________ (الحديث), which contain narrations of the Muhammad's sayings, deeds, and the actions of his companions.
Islamic schools and branchesHadithShariaSunni Islam

Question 7: In recent times, among the liberal movements within Islam, some have questioned the political use of Sharia law, while others have interpreted Sharia and Fiqh as a ________ system.
LawyerCivil law (legal system)Reception statuteCommon law

Question 8: The most important code, the ________, guides the religious practice of most Orthodox and some Conservative Jews.
Haredi JudaismHasidic JudaismHalakhaShulchan Aruch

Question 9: According to ibn Hanbal, the Qur'an (القرآن, "recitation") should be the foremost source of all ________ (فقه; Islamic jurisprudence).
Muslim worldIslamic schools and branchesShariaFiqh

Question 10: In some ________, this means that they operate legal systems of their own or play a part in the legal system of those governments.
Forum non conveniensJurisdictionForum shoppingLis alibi pendens







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