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    developing military technical kills, combat skills, and procedures for the creation of an army based on its interpretation of the Qur’an. The sharia or political committee helps to spread political awareness among individuals. It teaches qualified cadre about the political activity in the framework of the general activity of the organizations, in accordance with sharia law. The media committee, or the information committee, is the propaganda arm of the organization. It spreads the jihad ideology…

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    second class citizenship. It is intended to crush and subordinate women.” Some group of people with their wrong thinking towards sharia law are making Islam’s image in front of people really negative. They want to continue their customs…

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    were only interested in power. As the Taliban were beginning to gain more followers in Afghanistan by preaching of Sunni Islam, they also began preaching what is called the Sharia Law. The Sharia Law is a strict type of Islam, but it does not allow the acts of terror. Many Taliban members created their own versions of the Sharia Law to justify the acts of terror, such as 9/11. The Taliban’s goal of bringing glory to Allah was distorted into killing for Allah, those who did not follow him.…

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    country into a civil war. In 1994 Taliban emerged as an Islamic Fundamentalist group, in 1996 Taliban held the power in Afghanistan until 2001.In this era Afghanistan had no constitution, however, the Taliban introduced a code of conduct based on sharia principles. Following the 9/11attack, United states toppled the Taliban regime by launching in cooperation with NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). After the takeover of Taliban regime, the international community with…

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    differently. Pakistan has a Parliamentary Democratic Republic, also constitutionally referred to as Islamic Republic of Pakistan (www.pakistan.gov). This means that Pakistan functions in accordance with islam, the mainstream religion in the country. The sharia law that surrounds the government are very restricted to the freedom of speech towards Islam in a negative manner. Thus, blasphemy, the speaking against god, can be punishable by death. Contrastingly, America has a different perception of…

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    doing is right because it’s their duty as Muslims to declare jihad and establish an Islamic state where the Sharia laws is enforced and led by one supreme religious and political leader, called a caliph. “Sharia law is based on certain teachings of the Quran and requires all people under the caliphate’s “jurisdiction” to abide by the law.”(The Rise of ISIS). Those who fail to obey the sharia laws have to face Punishments such as flogging, stoning, hanging, beheading, and crucifixion. ISIS…

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    assumption, which Russian had before the conquest, played a crucial role. In fact, the Russians provided Muslim judges with power, which they had not had earlier. Qadis received jurisdiction over all civil and commercial cases involving natives and Sharia was left largely unchanged (Morrison 2008, 252). The authority of qadi did not decrease, but became even greater. Concerning the election process, Sartori (2009, 486) concluded that the effects of the measures had not been desirable ones, as…

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    numerous crimes that continues to motivate their movement. Boko-Haram believed that “Sharia”, the Islamic law, was insufficient and marred throughout its teachings. They pointed the finger at government for Northern Nigerians not…

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    The government of Saudi Arabia is a monarchial system and its legal system is based on Islamic law. Islam does not recognize a distinction between a legal system and other controls on a person’s behavior. Followers of Islamic law believe Islam provides all the answers to questions about appropriate behavior in any sphere of life (Reichel, 2008, p. 123). Before Muhammad, Arabic tribes operated under customary law. After Muhammad was called to be a prophet by the angel Gabriel, Muhammad…

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    The Sharia came from the Quran which Muhammad brought to the Islamic people as something to follow religiously. It has now been turned into something that deals with economics, crime, politics, trade regulations, marriage contracts, and religious prescriptions. All of which you need to govern a society. The Sharia is the main source of legislation in Somalia and when laws from is are broken it can result in…

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