Water management in Islam

Dublin Core

Title

Water management in Islam

Author

Faruqui, Naser I., ed.
Biswas, Asit, K., ed.
Bino, Murad J., ed.

Publisher

Tokyo; New York: United Nations University Press, 2001

Place of Publication

Japan: Tokyo

No. of Pages

149 p.

Language

English

Primary Classification

16.1

Secondary Classification

16.1; 1.2

Primary keywords

environment [pri]; Islamic ethics [pri]

Secondary keywords

common good; international aspects; Koran; Muslim world; public policy; sunna

Subject

Africa [pri]; Middle East [pri]

Subject

International Development Research Centre

Subject

environmental ethics; hadith; maslaha; Qur'an; water conservation; water management; water reuse

Conference

Workshop on Water Resources Management in the Islamic World; Amman, Jordan; December. 1998; International Development Research Centre.

Note

© United Nations University, 2001. All Rights Reserved

Primary Document Type

b

Table Of Contents

Foreword / Caroline Pestieau -- Introduction / Naser I. Faruqui -- Islamic sources / Naser I. Faruqui, Odeh Al-Jayyousi -- Islam and water management: overview and principles / Naser I. Faruqui -- Islamic water management and the Dublin statement / Odeh Al-Jayyousi -- Islam and the environment / Hussein A. Amery -- Water conservation through public awareness based on Islamic teachings in the Eastern Mediterranean region / Sadok Atallah, M.Z. Ali Khan, Mazen Malkawi -- Water conservation through community institutions in Pakistan: mosques and religious schools / S.M.S. Shah, M.A. Baig, A.A. Khan, H.F. Gabriel -- Water demand management in Saudi Arabia / Walid A. Abderrahman -- Sociocultural acceptability of wastewater reuse in Palestine / Nader Al Khateeb -- Water rights and water trade: an Islamic perspective / M.T. Kadouri, Y. Djebbar, M. Nehdi -- Ownership and transfer of water and land in Islam / Dante A. Caponera -- Water markets and pricing in Iran / Kazem Sadr -- Intersectoral water markets in the Middle East and North Africa / Naser I. Faruqui -- Management of shared waters: a comparison of international and Islamic law / Iyad Hussein, Odeh Al-Jayyousi.

Call Number

TD313.5 .W38 2001

Series

Water resources management and policy series

Bibliography

Includes bibliographic references and index

ISBN

9280810367 (print)

Collection

Citation

“Water management in Islam,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed November 12, 2019, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/38054.