Islamic Law and the Law of Armed Conflict: The Conflict in by Niaz A Shah

By Niaz A Shah

Islamic legislation and the legislation of Armed clash: The clash in Pakistan demonstrates how foreign legislations should be utilized in Muslim states in a manner that's appropriate with Islamic legislations. inside of this broader framework of suitable program, Niaz A. Shah argues that the Islamic legislations of qital (i.e. armed clash) and the legislation of armed clash have compatibility with one another and that the previous can supplement the latter at nationwide and nearby degrees. Shah identifies gray parts within the Islamic legislations of qital and argues for his or her enlargement and explanation. Shah additionally demands new principles to be constructed to hide what he calls the blind spots within the Islamic legislations of qital. He exhibits how Islamic legislations and the legislations of armed clash may possibly give a contribution to one another in yes parts, reminiscent of, the legislations of career; air and naval struggle; and using glossy weaponry. the sort of contribution is neither prohibited through Islamic legislation nor through overseas legislation. Shah applies the Islamic legislations of qital and the legislations of armed clash to a dwell armed clash in Pakistan and argues that every one events, the Taliban, the protection forces of Pakistan and the yank CIA, have violated a number of of the acceptable legislation. He continues that while militancy is a real challenge, struggling with militants doesn't let or condone violation of the legislation. Islamic legislations and the legislations of Armed clash could be of curiosity to scholars and students of foreign legislation, Islamic legislations, diplomacy, defense experiences and south-east Asian reviews.

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