All posts filed under: Judiciary

The Current Man-Made System of Judiciary Ensures that Might is Right and Justice is Delayed

The most profound and detailed jurisprudence in human history is that of Islam. From the time of the Messenger of Allah (saw) Islam is characterized by its swift and fair justice. So, the Messenger of Allah (saw) personally inspected the markets and judging upon fraud and cheating. Islam did not enforce punishment in the case […]

Democracy Has Had Its Day. It is Time for the Ruling System of Islam, Khilafah

Democracy Neglects the Masses in the West Wherever democracy exists, whether presidential or parliamentary, neglect and exploitation of the people by a small elite will always occur. It is a world-wide phenomenon that the richest people are those with access to political power in democracy, either directly or through sponsorship of politicians. Democracy was never […]

Daniel Pearl Murder Case is a Clear Example of How Pakistan’s Rulers Blindly Follow the Demands of the US

In his “Statement by Acting Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen on the Pakistani Proceedings Relating to the Abduction and Murder of Daniel Pearl” Mr. Rosen released the following statement on 29 December 2020, “We understand that Pakistani authorities are taking steps to ensure that Omar Sheikh remains in custody while the Supreme Court appeal seeking […]

The Transitional Government Abolishes the Law of Apostasy to Confirm its Disavowal from Allah’s Obedience and its Sincerity in Obeying the Kufr West

Sudanese Minister of Justice Nasruddin Abdel-Bari revealed new details about the Miscellaneous Amendments Law, which will be published in the official newspaper on Sunday 12/7/2020, (which was not published until the writing of this statement) to be effective immediately, and confirmed the abrogation of the article of apostasy. (Sudan Tribune, 07/11/2020), and he said in […]

The World needs Khilafah to Punish War Criminals Not the Current International Community

The US says it will punish ICC’s court workers investigating ‘alleged’ war crimes by US forces and their allies including ‘Israel’. US President Donald Trump lobbed a broadside attack on Thursday against the International Criminal Court (ICC) by authorising economic and travel sanctions against court workers directly involved in investigating American troops and intelligence officials […]

Saudi Abolishes Flogging

Saudi Arabia has abolished flogging as a form of punishment, the country’s Supreme Court has announced. The Supreme Court said on Saturday (25th April 2020) that the “human rights advances” are part of reforms pushed by King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz and his son, the kingdom’s de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS). […]

The New Execution Arrangement Enacted in Turkey

“Probation period will be extended to 3 years. According to the temporary arrangement, the one-year probation period regarding crimes committed until March 3, 2020 will be extended to 3 years, except for terror, drug trafficking, sexual assault and abuse crimes, willful murder, intentional injury offenses causing a permanent disfigurement of the face and violence, torture […]

Legislation in Islam is for Allah Alone, no One has the Right to Make things Lawful or Unlawful Besides Allah

Baj News quoted a source described as reliable that the Minister of Justice made proposals to the Transitional Cabinet calling for the repeal of Article 126 (apostasy) from the country’s criminal law, and the introduction of a new article criminalizing considering persons and sects as disbelievers (Takfeer) to conform to the Bill of Rights stipulated […]

The Islamic System is Just to Both the Accused and the Victim

The Friday, 06 Dec 2019 morning encounter of all four accused in the brutal rape-and-murder case of a 25-year-old woman veterinarian last month in Hyderabad, India, triggered a nationwide debate on India’s justice delivery system. Even as many came out in support of the ‘encounter’ and hailed the police, dissenting voices raised concern over the […]

Accepting the Jurisdiction of International Courts of Justice Compromises Sovereignty

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, on Thursday, 18th July 2019,  appreciated the International Court of Justice’s (ICJ) decision “not to acquit, release and return” Kulbhushan Jadhav, a serving commander of the Indian Navy associated with Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), a day after the court announced its verdict in the […]

Insults Against the Prophet ﷺ: What Should Our Response be?

Ever since the fall of the Khilafah (Caliphate), the world is filled with hostility against Islam and the Muslims. From the mass murder of Muslims, killing, torturing and labels of terrorism to the insults against Islam, Al-Quran and the Prophet ﷺ, these have become something ‘natural’ in many countries of the world. The insults against […]

Oh Dar Al-Ifta’! Allah has Willed that You Uncover your Own Shame After You have Stained your Hands and Ugly Faces with the Blood of the People of Egypt

On the Dar al-Ifta website, and by the production of its animation unit, it has confirmed that “what the institutions of the state, its army and its police are committing of resistance and war against ‘astray terrorist’ groups is one of the highest types of Jihad for the sake of Allah; because it protects the […]

An Unjust Death Penalty and Reckless Murder will not Stabilize your Regime nor Prevent People from Revolting against your Injustice

Al-Araby Al-Jadeed website reported the announcement on Wednesday, 20 February 2019, by the Prisons Sector in the Egyptian Ministry of Interior, the carrying out of the executions sentenced by the Court of Cassation, and upheld by the Grand Mufti, on nine people accused of the assassination of the public prosecutor, Advisor Hisham Barakat, and handing […]

Access to Justice in Britain is for the Privileged Few

The Guardian Newspaper reported that in Britain “The number of people receiving legal aid has fallen more than 80% in eight years. Critics say the result is unnecessary conflict and stress, and unsatisfactory justice. The Guardian investigation revealed that the cuts to legal aid have swamped the family courts with unrepresented litigants, discouraging many from […]

Private Sin, Public Sin…

“No more knocks on doors in the middle of the night and no more breaking down of doors by the religious authorities investigating reports of khalwat or other alleged wrongdoings”. This is a quote taken from The Star Newspaper in explaining the position of Dr. Mujahid Yusuf Rawa, the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department […]