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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.83
In line with the ever-increasing regularity of Muslim lives on the basis of religious doctrines, it has been, and it is still, customary among Muslim scholars to write certain principles in Islamic fiqh. The juristic principle of “All Kinds of Rulership Are a Trust.” which has been formulated in this article is an attempt to arrive at a juristic-political discourse in the matter of government in Islam.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.82
ZakÁt, khums (one-fifth Islamic levy), spoils of war, kharÁj (land-tax), muqÁsamah (an annuity or rent charge payable on farmland whether cultivated or left idle, in contradistinction to that was based on yield of the farmland) , jizyah (tribute), luqaÔeh (found article), spoils and booty, recommended charity, endowments
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.81
In the realm of politics, the issue of the legitimacy and appointment of a Muslim ruler is one of the most fundamental challenging issue between the ShiÝi political thought and the western thought. Belief in the divine appointment of a Muslim ruler can make dramatic changes in the fiqhi (jurisprudential) statements in the realm of politics.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.80
With the advent of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the establishment of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, as an all-competent Shi’i Muslim jurist took the opportunity to formulate an innovative control mechanism within the framework of the thesis of the guardianship of the Muslim jurist in its absolute form and introduce it into the Islamic constitution in order to pave the ground for the Muslim jurist to act freely in accordance with the authorities defined under the rule of the Infallible Imams.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.79
Negotiation as the most important and effective means of diplomacy plays a unique role in meeting the objectives of a nation’s foreign policy. Seeking to establish world peace and security on the basis of divine transcendent values, Islam gives its support to the legitimacy of negotiations between Islamic states and other [non-Islamic] states. The issue of functional aspects of negotiations in meeting the objectives of Islamic foreign policy is of utmost importance.
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