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3 2020, 8(28): 57-87 العودة إلى قائمة الأعداد السابقة
Status of Political Crime in the Legislative System of Muslim Countries with an Approach to Islamic Standards
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Founded by West, political crime is recognized as an assisting element to those who commit crimes either for political motives or against the political rights of citizens or against the political rights of the state. The penal codes of most Islamic countries do not recognize a specific class of crimes being distinct from public offences under the heading of a political crime as an independent system. However, few countries adopting one of the mental, objective, or mixed criteria have identified these offences.  From among these countries, our country's legislature has identified the most limited scope for these crimes, with the most legal implications. Compared to other legal systems, the Islamic legal system basically considers the greatest tolerance for political offenders so much so that it can be said that these behaviors have been decriminalized. In the present article, in a comparative format and with a view to its religious principles, the status of political crime in the criminal justice system of Muslim countries has been studied with a descriptive analytical method.
Keywords: Political crime, public offence, political rights, Islamic law, criminal law in Muslim countries, criminal litigation
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Type of Study: Research | موضوع البحث: Political Fiqh & Public Law
Received: 2021/04/13 | Accepted: 2021/04/13 | Published: 2021/04/13
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Status of Political Crime in the Legislative System of Muslim Countries with an Approach to Islamic Standards. 3. 2020; 8 (28) :57-87
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Volume 8, Issue 28 (7-2020) العودة إلى قائمة الأعداد السابقة
فصلنامه دین و قانون Quarterly Journal Religion and Law
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