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JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH

Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer.

Abstract
Praise be to Allah, and may blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and companions. The great purposes of Islamic Fiqh are to achieve the pillars of societal peace and life by stressing the necessity of preserving the souls of the people from sins and the necessity of respecting the human being and his right to live. Moreover, to prohibit any form of assault on any person, body, and soul. Any assault on any lives or people considered is one of the most heinous acts and major ugly sins. Islamic law did not rely only on the prohibition of killing innocent souls but also prohibited any kind of assault on people, and save their lives their bodies and preserved their dignity. The laws are contained severe penalties for those who kill innocent souls, taking lives or killing bodies, assaulting, or wounding bodies.
Among those laws that were endorsed on people, the rulers as well as the ruled, are known by Muslim scholars as to the Aljayifa which are the deep wounds in the human torso as a cause of an assault. These laws are related to the blood money (Al-Diya ) given in return for harm causing including subterranean organs such as the liver, spleen, heart, lungs, woman's womb, and others. These laws are important because of the need to know the severity, especially with the large number of accidents leading to the injury of such organs and the disruption of their benefit. These laws and their importance made me research this issue and indicate the amount of their importance. Thus, this research is a doctrinal study related to criminal Fiqh and assaulting with intention of killing and the resulting rulings that are the blood money and clarifying its truth, amount, and rulings in light of contemporary reality. Here lies the importance of this topic, where I was motivated to study it as the reason for many things. The most important of them is to explain the value of a person in Islam, guaranteeing his rights and prohibiting aggression against him, and explaining the importance of penal legislation to deter and prevent violations on the human body leads to the loss of civil community security and peace.


 
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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. JCR. 2020; 7(15): 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676


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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. http://www.jcreview.com/?mno=137876 [Access: May 30, 2021]. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676


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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. JCR. 2020; 7(15): 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676



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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. JCR. (2020), [cited May 30, 2021]; 7(15): 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676



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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer (2020) JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. JCR, 7 (15), 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676



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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. 2020. JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (15), 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676



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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. "JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer. "JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.15 (2020), 5080-5091. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676



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Dr. Hamed Mahmoud Latif, Dr. Nafaa Hameed Salih, Dr. Majeed Hammoudi reformer (2020) JUDGMENT RULES OF DEEP WOUNDS (ALJAYIFA) IN ISLAMIC FIQH. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (15), 5080-5091. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.676