حد الزاني البكر و المحصن

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مجلہ البصیرۃ
عنوان حد الزاني البكر و المحصن
انگریزی عنوان
Sentence of Married & Unmarried Fornicator, Zani
مصنف Yaqob، Tahir Mehmood Muhammad
جلد 2
شمارہ 1
سال 2013
صفحات 165-186
مکمل مقالہ Crystal Clear mimetype pdf.png
یو آر آیل
کلیدی الفاظ
Fornicator (Zani) , Hadd, Spiritual values, married/unmarried
شکاگو 16 Yaqob، Tahir Mehmood Muhammad۔ "حد الزاني البكر و المحصن۔" البصیرۃ 2, شمارہ۔ 1 (2013)۔


Islam is a complete code of life and it provides complete guidance in every field of life. Islamic law provides protection to the human wisdom, race and respect. Spiritual purity, sacred heart and environmental cleanliness, is one of the important persistence of Islamic sharia. Every act which leads us towards ignorance, contradiction, ambiguity and vulgarity is prohibiting in human societies. Zina has destroyed the spiritual values of individuals, families, societies and even nations. This ruthless deed is not only prohibited and sentenced in Islam, but also rather detested by other heavenly religions as well. Without discrimination of any religion, many scholars considered this hated act as the source of unrest and anarchy. Physically, ethically, medically, socially and even religiously zina has infinite hindrances in the society. Islam has provided various teachings and precautions to shun from this major sin for the protection of greatness and superiority of humanity. One of the important teachings is punishment for committing this sin, which is known as “Hadd” in Islamic sharia. In the current book, the punishments of married and unmarried (Fornicator) zani have been described in the light of Sunnah and Quran. The important purpose of Qisas and Hadd is the correction of societies, protection of life, respect and wealth, not the humiliation of people. To punish the criminals is the source of rectification for others.

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