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Institution Of Protections

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By the term 'institution of protections' one can mean all forms of protection which may be sought, granted or given under the Islamic jurisprudence to those soliciting protection or to those to whom it is granted without any form of soliciting also. Rules governing the prohibition of child soldiers constitute today an integral part of international humanitarian law of armed conflict. The main source of Islamic international criminal law provides a number of verses dealing directly with both the concept and questions concerning the condition of refugee. The Islamic international criminal law forbids Islamic states from the expulsion of refugees. The imperative function of the law of refugee under Islamic international criminal law and its significant light within the framework of international human rights law can be examined in an important verse of the Qurʾān. The principle of extradition is dealt within the system of Islamic international criminal law.

Keywords: armed conflict; extradition; international human rights law; Islamic international criminal law; Qurʾān; refugee; soliciting protection



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