Islam and It's Legal and Moral Aspect

Islam and It's Legal and Moral Aspect

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Author: Tamizul Haque
Publisher: Kitab Bhavan
Year: 1997
Language: English
Pages: 762
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A


The rapid spread and the remarkable hold Islam obtained over the conscience and minds of the entire mankind in general and Ummah in particular, throughout the world within a short space of time, which is something which only Islam as religion could claim.

Islam must have contributed to the intellectual development of human race with reasoning which is generally admitted and recognized. The political system which Islam gave, was based on the three Principles namely Tawhid (Unity of Allah), Risala (Prophet hood) and Khilafa (Caliphate). Tawhid means that there is one God alone who is the Creator, sustained and Master of this Universe and of all that exists in it-organic or inorganic.

Therefore, the sovereignty of Allah’s Kingdom is vested in Him only. He alone has the right to Command or forbid. Worship and Obedience are duet to Him alone, none else sharing it in any degree or form. It is He alone who decides the aim and purpose of our existence or to prescribe the limit of our worldly authority. Therefore, this principle of the Unity of God (Allah) altogether negates the concept of the legal and political sovereignty of human being.

There are some topics which are of Similar nature written on different occasions. In these topics some passage’s theme may appear to be Similar. As for instance, on Eid-ul-Fitr he has written three different articles, but they must have been written on three different occasions. However, possibility of repetation cannot be ruled out.


Islam and International Treaties
Meaning of Immunity in Islam vis-à-vis Iranian Problem
Rights of Citizens in an Islamic State
Value of Education in Islam and its Influence in Europe
Private and Public Laws of Islam
The days of Glorious Victory and Success of Islam in the light of history
Human Rights in Islam vis-à-vis Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations
International Islamic Bank of Dhaka Ltd
Islam and the New International Economic Order
Practical Implementation of Islamic Law
Islam and the working forces
Freedom of the Press and Prior Restraints vis-à-vis Position in Islam
Judges and Justice in Islam
Islam and War & Peace vis-à-vis Defence of a Country
Islam and Flood vis-à-vis Natural Calamities
Gulf War in Perspective
Principle of Justice is Islam vis-à-vis Responsibility of Judges
Purdah vis-à-vis Preservation of Chestity in Islam
Islam and the Constitution of Bangladesh
Islam and Ombudsman
Fall of Communism in Russia (USSR) and Western Fear of Islamic Revival
Islam and the Law of Blasphemy
Right of Women in Islam vis-a-vis freedom of women in Islam
Hajj or Pilgrimage
Tragedy of Karbala
The Significance of Holy Month of Ramadhan
Islamic Law of Inheritance
Shape of Things to Come in 1400 Hizri and Thereafter
Significance of Sura Al Fat-h (Victory) vis-à-vis International Treaty in Islam
The Prophet of Islam (Sm)
Islamic View on Regional Language
Role of a Leader of Islamic Brotherhood
Islam and Communism
The Significance of Qurbani
Battle of Jamal (camel) and the Battle of Siffin-Tragedy of Karbala and Their Effect on Islam
Significance of Eid-ul Fitr
Prophet Muhammad(sm) as a Military Leader
Eid-ul Azha and Qurbani
Islam and the Status of Women
The Quran and its Impact on Human Society
Eid-ul-fitr as Muslim Festival
Islam and Doctrine of Hereafter
Eid and Sadaqat-ul-Fitr
Islam and Prophetess
Islam and Sufism vis-à-vis Shirk
Prophet Muhammad (SM)
The Significance of 12th Rabi-al Awwal
Islam and Emancipation of women
Islam and the Nations
Islam and International Treaties
Human Rights in Islam vis-à-vis Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations
Bio Data of Mr Tamizul Haque Barrister-at-Law