Putting this issue together was more difficult than we initially expected. Translating and editing jurisprudential articles that fuse law with philosophy and religion requires very advanced skills and is very demanding. Despite all our collective efforts to meet these challenges we are likely to have missed some errors. We are fortunate that everyone who participated in this project was ready to do their best, and thank everyone, particularly our authors, for their commitment and perseverance. Needless to say, the articles in this issue represent the views of their authors and do not reflect views of the Journal itself. The Journal welcomes scholarly contributions from around the world, as well as comments on the reviews appearing in this issue. Our only aim is to promote the Journal as a vehicle for serious dialogue about the important issues that confront Muslims in a wide variety of contemporary societies. Despite all our collective efforts to meet these challenges we are likely to have missed some errors.
Azizah Y. al-Hibri, Introduction to Journal of Law and Religion, at xi (2000).