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The principles of the Islamic public international law and Islamic international criminal law have originally been developed from the consequence of the historical evolution of international relations between Islamic and non-Islamic nations. They present some of the most central values of the Islamic system and its function in the development of certain rules of conducts.They can be found within the rules of international criminal law and the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) simultaneously. The international human rights law has to integrate human beings under universal human rights laws, but not by the force of religious or political modalities, but through universal consent based on human understanding and reciprocity. Therefore, the basic philosophy of law is evolution and no authority has a justifiable right to enact a permanent law for the future relations of mankind.

Keywords: international criminal court (ICC); international human rights law; Islamic international criminal law; Islamic public international law



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