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Islamic Philosophy Of Law In Relation To Islamic International Law

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This chapter looks at the theories of Islamic law. It deals exclusively with questions affecting the philosophy of Islamic law in the system of Islamic international law and thus do not bring into consideration political factors and the misuse of the sources of the law by those who commit serious crimes under the shadow of the umbrella of Islam. The chapter highlights the principles of the Islamic philosophy of law and its peculiarities, framework, juridical validity and flexibility in order to adapt itself to changes of time. The Islamic philosophy of law in relation to the Islamic international law must be seen from the perspective of the internationalization of the conduct of Muslim nations in their external relations with other nations of the world. Islam puts emphasises on natural law sui generis.

Keywords: internationalization; Islamic international law; Islamic philosophy; juridical validity; sui generis



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