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The Book of Allah, the scales of justice and the power of enforcement are the ingredients, or the three basics, of an Islamic state. If any one of these basics is missing, it no more remains an Islamic State. The basic object of Deen, is...
In an Islamic society the concept of religious hierarchy is unthinkable. In it the decisions regarding state affairs are called the 'Sharia' laws and their enforcement shall be the function of the government officials. That is what is...
According to the Quran the entire Ummah, as compared to the non-Muslims, is one party. Within the Ummah itself the presence of parties, may it be religious parties or political parties, is 'shirk' (assigning partners unto Allah). The...
According to the Quran, obedience belongs to the Divine Laws and an Islamic Government is an agency to put these laws into action. Thus any decision by the government which goes against the Quran, its obedience shall not remain mandatory...
In order to conduct the affairs of the state, there shall be an administrative centre and under this centre there shall be legally authorised officers. Because a system like this was first organised by the Rasoole, thus the term 'Allah...
The ranks shall be assigned in the society according to the personal virtues and the character and conduct of individuals: (46:19)  "And to all ought to be (assigned) degrees according to their deeds." And the state administration...
The system in which the entire Ummah takes part, is termed by the Quran 'a system by consultation' (42:38); It has been ordained by Allah, that "in it, all affairs shall be settled by consultation." This system shall differ from the...
The system in which the entire Ummah takes part, is termed by the Quran 'a system by consultation' (42:38);  It has been ordained by Allah, that "in it, all affairs shall be settled by consultation." This system shall differ from...
The difference between an Islamic State and a secular state is that in an Islamic State, affairs are conducted within limits laid down by the Quran. Nobody has the right to transgress these limits; in other words, the right to rule...

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