The Judiciary system in Islam and its Role in the Process of Crime Elimination (PART I)

القضاء في الإسلام ودوره في القضاء على الجريمة ج 1

العمري، نادية محمد شريف ; Nadia Mohammad Al Omari (1992)



Justice in Islam is considered as a foundation for the world righteousness which’s achieved when people feel the prevalence of justice and take the means to achieve such prevalence. The Islamic Sharia has focused on regulating the judiciary and raising the capacity of judges and focused on the details of the procedures that assure comfort for the people responsible to ensure justice weather its public or private, which reduced the crime dramatically. This book highlights the role of judiciary system in Islam in the prevention of crime. The first book presents a comprehensive description of the judiciary in Islam, which included the definition of judiciary; where it defines judiciary in legal language and terminology, and presents models of the appearance of the term “Judiciary” in the Holy Quran, also clarifies the reality of judiciary and its legitimacy; where it demonstrates the legitimacy of the judiciary system and its legal rule and status in Islam, and shows the cases to force the rule of justice. It also addresses the types of justice in Islam, which includes the rule of normal or general judiciary and the rule of Ombudsman. The book explains the terms and regulations of the rule of judiciary. In addition, the book explains the responsibilities of the judge to abide the teachings of Allah Almighty and the Sunneh of his messenger – Peace Be upon Him – and to follow the means of proof and confidentiality of transactions during the trial. It also shows the role and responsibility of the judge in the process of crime prevention.