This book is probably one of the very few books -if not the only book- that approaches the Palestinian issue from an analytic academic approach, that ties the details of the factual with the objectives of the Islamic Law/Shariah perspective.
It starts with an introductory chapter about the role of the objectives of Islamic Law in developing the political Islamic jurisdiction, specifically that related to the Palestinian issue. Then, it details in five different chapters the individual aspects associated with each of the five objectives of Islamic Law/Shariah (Preserving the religion, the self, the mind, the resources, and the reproduction/continuity) with the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Title: Filasteen: Dirasat min Manzour Maqased al-Shari’ah al-Islamiyyah (Palestine: Studies from the Perspective of the Islamic Law Objective)
Author: Dr. Sami Al-Salahat
Published in: 2010 (2nd Edition) published by Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations (Beirut) in coordination with Palestine Institute for Culture (Damascus)
Physical details: 351 pages, 17*24 cm, paperback
Worth mentioning is that this release is the second edition of the book. The first edition was out of print after one year of being released, because of the high commendation and requests it received from scholars in the fields of Islamic and political law/theory and the Palestinian issue.