The Islamic Social Order and its Premises in Modern Territorial Boundaries: An Analytical Perspective

1. Qari Abdul Basit,
M.Phil Scholar,
Department of Islamiat,
Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology, Islamabad Pakistan

2. Dr. Hafiz Abdul Rashid,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Islamiat,
Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology, Islamabad Pakistan

3. Dr. Habib ur Rehman,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Islamiat,
Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology, Islamabad Pakistan

Abstract

The early human being was unlegislated and warlike. They have started living together under the social terms and laws very late in history. While Muslims believe that the early communities were also been granted the law, the identity of religion, and prophets to lead them towards victorious life in this world and the world hereafter. Therefore the religious identity should have a degree of precedence over territorial identity. Contemporarily, Muslims have confined themselves to regional boundaries. They are now identified by “Yours” and “Mine” piece of land. This perseverance has left the oppressed Muslims in misery and isolation. The anti-Islamic powers are continuously massacring the weak Muslim states and individuals around the world. It is a dire recall the Islamic Social Order to unify all Muslims to protect the Muslim population universally.

Keywords:  Islamic Society, Muslim Minorities, Oppressed, Reconstruction & State Laws

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