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What set of laws governed Muslim Empires and still govern many parts of the Muslim world today?
hmm. what you ask is very very deep. this set of laws is called 'shariah'. maybe if you google it? sorry i cant be of much help but ppl can spend years studying this. the basics are all found in the quran. try the tafsir of the quran (explanation) it will help. hope this helps.
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