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History and prospect of Islamic criminal law with respect to the human rights

von Mohamed Al Awabdeh

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Constitutional Rights Foundation 2001, Fragment, Gesichtet, KomplettPlagiat, Maa, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop

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[“If someone lost the sight of an eye in an attack, he could retaliate by] putting a red-hot needle into the eye of his attacker who had been found guilty by the law”23. But a rule of exactitude required that a retaliator must give the same amount of damage he received. If, even by accident, he injured the person too much, he had broken the law and was subject to punishment. The rule of exactitude discouraged retaliation. Usually, the injured person or his kinsman would agree to accept money or something of value ("blood money") instead of retaliating. In a third category of less serious offences such as gambling and bribery, the judge used his discretion in deciding on a penalty. Punishments would often require the criminal to pay reparation to the victim, receive a certain number of lashes, or be locked up.

23 Said, Sabig, Fiqh Al Sunnah, Cairo 1953, 330ff.

If someone lost the sight of an eye in an attack, he could retaliate by putting a red-hot needle into the eye of his attacker who had been found guilty by the law. But a rule of exactitude required that a retaliator must give the same amount of damage he received. If, even by accident, he injured the person too much, he had broken the law and was subject to punishment. The rule of exactitude discouraged retaliation. Usually, the injured person or his kinsman would agree to accept money or something of value ("blood money") instead of retaliating.

In a third category of less serious offenses such as gambling and bribery, the judge used his discretion in deciding on a penalty. Punishments would often require the criminal to pay a reparation to the victim, receive a certain number of lashes, or be locked up.

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