The opportunity and boundaries of constitutionalism in Islamic nations have drawn increasing attention recently. Writers such as Ann E. Mayer determine Islamic constitutionalism as "constitutionalism that is in some type depending on Islamic concepts, in contrast to constitutionalism that has designed in nations which can be Islamic but that has not been advised by particularly Islamic concepts." However, the tangible significance of the idea continues to be competitive among Islamic as well as European students. Significant thinkers like Mohammad HashimKamali and Khaled Just abou El Fadl, but also young ones like AsifaQuraishi and Nadirsyah Hosen merge traditional Islamic law with contemporary constitutionalism. The constitutional changes started by the Arabic springtime activity have already introduced into truth many new multiple designs of Islamic constitutionalism.