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Islamic Law

 
Abdul Haseeb Ansari (Author)
Synopsis

In order to protect the five important prerequisites in Islam (Religion, life, intellect, offspring and property), Islamic Law has provided a worldly punishment in addition to that in the hereafter. Islam has, in fact, adopted two courses for the preservation of these five indispensables: the first is through cultivating religious consciousness in the human soul and the awakening of human awareness through moral education; the second is by inflicting deterrent punishment, which is the basis of the Islamic Criminal System. Therefore Hudud, Retaliation (Kisas) and Discretionary (Tazir) Punishments have been prescribed according to the type of the crime committed.

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About the author

Abdul Haseeb Ansari

Abdul Haseeb Ansari, obtained his B.Sc. from  Gorakhpur University, India and L.L. M., Ph., D. from Banaras Hindu University, India He has special interest in revenue law, environmental law, international law and comparative jurisprudence. He has extensively contributed on different aspects of environmental law and comparative jurisprudence. He has a long experience of teaching and guiding research in these subjects. He has extensively contributed to the knowledge by publishing ninty over articles and 2 books. He is Editor- in Chief of Journal of Islamic Law Review. Professor Ansari has membership of some of the  international institutions of high repute. He is presently working as a Professor at the International Islamic University Malaysia. In 2005, he got the best research award of the University.

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Bibliographic information

Title Islamic Law
Format Hardcover
Date published: 05.11.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183870910, 9788183870917
length viii+324p., Figures; Index; 23cm.