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This introductory chapter presents an overview of the book that examines the system of international criminal law and Islamic international criminal law and observes similarities and differences between these two legal systems. The aim of the book is to evaluate certain important provisions of the systems and examine them in the light of the growing development of international criminal law and the ICC and thereby proving that conflicts and apparent differences between these two legal systems may not be significant. They may be the result of ideological, political, procedural and more importantly, the consequence of specific misinterpretations of both legal systems.

Keywords: international criminal law; Islamic law

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