نکاح اور حق مہر سے متعلق اسلامی قوانین اور پاکستانی عدالتی تشریحات کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ

Analytical Study of Islamic Law and Pakistani Judicial Interpretations Related to Marriage and Haq Mahr

Authors

  • Nazia Mumtaz PhD Scholar, Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies, University of Sargodha
  • Dr. Sajid Iqbal Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies, University of Sargodha
  • Hafiz Taj Din Assistant Professor/HOD, Department of Islamic Studies, Govt. Graduate College, Mianchannu

Keywords:

Marriage, Haq Mahr, society, shariah, judicial interpretation, Islamic Law

Abstract

In civil society, law is essential to protect the collective life of a human being, and the most important law in various combinations of laws is family law, because it refines the in-house matters. Because Islam wants to build a successful society and society is a group of people. That is why it is impossible to have a successful society unless the people are reformed. And if people do not have the comfort of family, then the road to development becomes deserted. In addition, domestic life is at greater risk of persecution. On the one hand, the physical weakness of the gender group and on the other hand, the possibility of male-dominated violence is likely to dominate the weak due to the conflicts. Therefore, some rules are needed to limit the constraints of family life and the Shariah has fully complied with this requirement. So the law of marriage is the most important in civilization. In this article, an analysis of Pakistani judicial interpretations concerning the Marriage and Haq Mahr is conducted in perspective of Islamic Laws.

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Published

2022-06-27

How to Cite

Mumtaz, N., Iqbal, D. S., & Din, H. T. (2022). نکاح اور حق مہر سے متعلق اسلامی قوانین اور پاکستانی عدالتی تشریحات کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ: Analytical Study of Islamic Law and Pakistani Judicial Interpretations Related to Marriage and Haq Mahr. Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 4(1), 201-212. Retrieved from https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/161