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Consistent with the written Law

However Islamic law is the law based on the Holy Koran and the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed as defined in his Sayings called "Hadith".

Since Islamic law is applicable in England under section five of the Kadhi's Courts Act 1967 whether as it is important to find out questions of Muslim Law relating to the personal status or marriage or divorce or inheritance in proceedings whereas in all the parties profess the Muslim religion.

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