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However, the Pakistan Constitution names Islam as the official religion of the state, and has a repugnancy clause requiring that all laws passed by the state be consistent with the teachings of Islam.
65) The court decided that focusing on the legislative intent regarding the underlying cause of action granting the foreign judgment, rather than focusing purely on the differences between foreign and domestic law, was a better way to address the repugnancy standard.
As he walked away, my friend explained to me, "I'm sorry, but I don't feel like being around White people," through a look of combined exhaustion and repugnancy.
A duly enacted law ought not be questioned by the courts unless "it is so obviously repugnant to the constitution that when pointed out by the judges, all men of sense and reflection in the community may perceive the repugnancy.
In that constitution, there is what we call a repugnancy clause, which basically says anything that's inconsistent with Sharia principles is violative of this constitution.
Where there is collision and repugnancy, the parts cannot control the whole; the whole must control the parts: otherwise there would be worse confusion than if we had no General Government.
32) A statute relating to a specific portion of a general subject "will operate as an exception to or qualification of the general terms of the more comprehensive statute to the extent only of the repugnancy.
This addition in the latter Act also becomes invalid on account of repugnancy with the Injunctions of Islam relating to Lian.
Thus, for example, she seems to argue that, because Locke says that we have knowledge only when we have "perception of the connection and agreement, or disagreement, or disagreement and repugnancy of any of our ideas," he must be a rationalist about knowledge and should, in order to be consistent, hold that knowledge is only to be had of universal necessary truths.
Knowledge is "nothing but the perception of the connexion and agreement, or disagreement and repugnancy of any of our Ideas" (EHU 4.
For who can, in their of heart of hearts, credibly deny the blatant repugnancy of the whole underlying premise of Zionism, the very madness upon which Israel was founded?
the courts, on the pretense of a repugnancy, may substitute their own
Both, however, have repugnancy clauses that prohibit any law from being contrary to Islam.