International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies

Volume 7 - Issue 2 (2) | PP: 89 - 108 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/SIS2022.7.2.2
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The Right of the Child to Citizenship between Jurisprudence and Law A Comparative Study with Yemeni Law

AbdulSalam Hamood Ghaleb AL-anesi
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
25/9/2021 9/5/2022 20/6/2022 19/7/2022
Abstract
In this research, we briefly addressed the definition of nationality and how a child obtains it in Yemeni and Egyptian law by birth to parents from the same country or birth in the same country. Then we addressed the general framework in international conventions that grant equal rights to men and women to give their children their nationality in the face of grave difficulties that have become a painful reality not only for some Egyptian and Yemeni families, but also for those families from other countries – in the case of the parents coming from different nationalities and the consequent statelessness at the children. Additionally, the denying children of nationality must be solved in laws, with reference to the view of Islamic Sharia on the concept of nationality and the role of the mother in passing her nationality to her children in specific cases, and how Islam handles this case, as it adopts the common bond of Islam between the parents. Also, the Islamic land and Islamic rule should play a decisive factor in granting citizenship.


How To Cite This Article
AL-anesi , A. H. G. (2022). The Right of the Child to Citizenship between Jurisprudence and Law A Comparative Study with Yemeni Law. International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies, 7 (2), 89-108, https://doi.org/10.31559/SIS2022.7.2.2

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