اسلامی ریاست کے خلاف سازشوں کے سدباب کے لئے راہنما اصول: مسجدِ ضرار کے انہدام کا فقہ السیرہ اور عصری قوانین کی روشنی میں تجزیاتی مطالعہ

  • سعید الحق جدون پی ایچ ڈی سکالر، ڈیپارٹمنٹ آف اسلامک سٹڈیز، عبدالولی خان یونیورسٹی مردان
  • زینب معین لیکچرار ، فیکلٹی آف اسلامک اینڈ اورینٹل لرننگ ، فاطمہ جناح ویمن یونیورسٹی ،راولپنڈی
Keywords: Holy Prophet, Masjid al-Dirār, Conspiracy, Islamic State, Protection, Principles, Fiqh-us Sīrah, Modern Laws

Abstract

The Guiding Principles of Preventing Conspiracies Against Islamic State: The Analytical Study of Demolishing of Masjid al-Dirār

Now a day the conspiracy against the leading countries of the Islamic world has become a tragedy under a plan. The examples of Iraq, Lebia, Palestine, and Syria are before us and now these kinds of events are also made against Saudi Arab and Pakistan. So, the protection of every country and its state for preventing conspiracies against it in an effective and successful policy should be adopted, in this aspect there is a great deal of leading can be handed. In the field from the life of the Holy Prophet (saw), we can get an effective policy, to solve the important issues of the modern era about the protection of the state. Our Holy Prophet (saw) adopted the arrangements for the protection of Islamic State of Madinah. One such example is the demolishing of Masjid al-Dirār. Which was conspiracy against the Islamic State of Madinah and completion of hypocritic agenda. Many principles of fiqh-us sīrah are drawn from this incident about the state protection. In this article, we discuss the principles of the protection of Islamic State in the light of Masjid al-Dirār incident and Modern National and international laws.

Published
2019-12-08
How to Cite
جدونس. ا., & معینز. (2019). اسلامی ریاست کے خلاف سازشوں کے سدباب کے لئے راہنما اصول: مسجدِ ضرار کے انہدام کا فقہ السیرہ اور عصری قوانین کی روشنی میں تجزیاتی مطالعہ. Al-Milal: Journal of Religion and Thought, 1(2), 69-92. Retrieved from http://al-milal.org/journal/index.php/almilal/article/view/33
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