Concept of Islamic Justice (Adl) and its Role in Social Transformation
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The concept of 'adl (justice) is one of, if not the most challenging, controversial and complex universal concept at the root of modern philosophical, ethical and religious discourse. In Islam, the concept has occupied an important position in the sense that the Qur'an and the Prophetic Ahadith have acknowledged its ontology. The work reveals that al-'adl in Islam is a comprehensive concept that touches all aspects of religious practices, but broadly, the two scholars have classified it into Divine and Social justice, with the latter also being divided into distributive and legal justice. Despite the various areas of their similarities, the study finds out that they are incompatible in the areas of emphasis and priority on those to and way of establishing justice in Islam. Finally, the work concludes by recommending that Islam and 'adl are two inseparable terms that one cannot exist without the other, and therefore no matter how sophisticated the life of modern man is, Islam and its principles remain relevant and that justice must be observed with faith (Iman) and belief.
Adam, Adam Yusuf
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Adam Yusuf Adam is a student of Islamic Studies. He has obtained his B. A ( Bachelor of Arts) and M. A from Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria, and now working in the University with the Department of Islamic Studies as a Lecturer. Adam is now pursuing his Ph.D programme in the field of Islamic Economic Thought.
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1 agosto 2017
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0.22 x 0.15 x 0.012 m; 0.358 kg