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.
This book presents Islamic perspectives on a number of proposed water-management policies, including water demand management, wastewater reuse, and higher tariffs. The book opens avenues for a wider dialogue amongst researchers working at identifying the most promising water management policies, adds to our knowledge of some of the influences on formal policy and informal practice, and makes these ideals available to a broader public.