Friday, May 31, 2019

Islamic Criminal Justice Essay -- Religion Criminal Law

Comparative Criminal Justice System Criminal Law has and will continue to be a limpid and ever-changing aspect of humanity, and yet the distinctive base of religious belief is still a foundation for a variety of rights today. While the separation of church and state is in effect, history states a wide range of laws have been established based on religious beliefs and ideals, the Bible for one, and currently the Quran, which is the basis for Muslim Law. It is the only true form of law in the present time that is not backed by a Government because it is a form of law based completely on religion. The two primary sources of the Islamic Law stem from the Sharis and the Sunnah, the Shari is the law defined by God, or Allah, and told directly to Gods oracle on Earth, Muhammad. The Sunnah, the second factor in Islamic Law deals with the issues not addressed in the Quran, yet is still in the word of the Prophet. In a few Islamic countries, including Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Suda n, it is proclaimed as the basis for all law, including the harsh Islamic criminal law based on the ideal of retribution (Fairchild & Dammer 2001 P. 61). Also stated in the text Comparative Criminal Justice Systems by Fairchild and Danner is the four distinct types of schools in the belief of Islamic Law thither are four major schools of Islamic Law, derived from religious leaders living in different areas and facing different problems in the two centuries following the demise of Muhammad. These schools are Hanafi, Hanbali, Maliki, and Shafii. The main differences between these schools are in matters of emphasis, whether on tradition, judicial reasoning, or the elaboration of the Quran (2001 P.62). Therefore in the following paper the obj... ...w, but in Afghanistan it is just the opposite it is difficult to try to change Islamic Law especially in a country where many individuals truly believe in Islamic Law. Islamic law does not exist in very many countries but in Afghanistan t hose who follow the Islamic laws keep it alive and head which will make it difficult for the government if they wish to change anything within the Islamic laws of Afghanistan. ReferencesDammer,Harry R. & Fairrchild, Erika. (2001). Comparative Criminal Justice Systems. (2nd Ed.) Wadsworth/Thomson. Lau, Martin. (2008). Islamic Law and the Afghan healthy System. Retrieved on December 12, 2008 From http// Reiber, Ney. (2008). Islamic Law, Shariah. Retrieved on December 12, 2008 from http//

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