غیرمسلم کی عدالتی گواہی کےبارےمیں فقہاءکی آراءکا تجزیاتی مطالعہ

Analytical Study of Jurists’ Opinions on Non-Muslim Judicial Testimony

Authors

  • Rehmat Din Ph.D Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, The University of Lahore
  • Dr. Malik Kamran Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, The University of Lahore

Keywords:

Shariah, witness, judicial testimony, Human, Qāzī

Abstract

Human needs are intertwined, so there are times when one person claims a right. but his claim cannot be trusted without any proof for this purpose Islam has prescribed a way for the plaintiff to bring such people before the court to prove his claim and to prove the veracity of his claim.

Allah Almighty has declared testimony to be an honorable position. The rights of the people are attached to the testimony, so the Shariah has set the standard for the qualification of the witness. Testimony is a Shariah command and an act of worship. In this article, the Islamic point of view regarding the judicial testimony of a non-Muslim will be explained in order to illuminate whether the judicial testimony of a non-Muslim is acceptable in Islam or not.

The conditions for acceptance the testimony of a non-Muslim will be stated and the views of Muslim jurists regarding the judicial testimony of a non-Muslim will also be explained.

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Published

2022-06-14

How to Cite

Rehmat Din, & Kamran, D. M. (2022). غیرمسلم کی عدالتی گواہی کےبارےمیں فقہاءکی آراءکا تجزیاتی مطالعہ: Analytical Study of Jurists’ Opinions on Non-Muslim Judicial Testimony. Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 4(1), 189-200. Retrieved from https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/159