Islamic International law and its significance in the contemporary global landscape
Islamic international law, also known as "Fiqh al-Siyar," is a legal framework that governs the conduct of Muslim individuals and states in their interactions with the international community. This research article aims to explore the Islamic international law historical development, principles, application, and contemporary challenges. After analyzing the Islamic sources, including the Quran, Hadith, and scholarly consensus, this study sheds light on the unique features and contributions of Islamic international law to the broader field of international law.
This research article explores the topic of Islamic international law and its significance in the contemporary global landscape. The study provides a comprehensive analysis of Islamic international law, its historical development, principles, sources, and application. A comparative analysis is conducted to highlight the similarities and differences between Islamic international law and other legal systems and international legal frameworks. The research also addresses the contemporary challenges faced by Islamic international law and the debates within the Muslim world regarding its interpretation and application.
The research emphasizes the constructive role that Islamic principles play in addressing contemporary global challenges, such as climate change, poverty alleviation, and sustainable development. A comparative analysis is conducted to compare Islamic international law with other legal systems and international legal frameworks, identifying similarities, differences, and potential areas of convergence. The study highlights the shared principles of justice, respect for sovereignty, and treaty obligations, while also noting differences in sources of law and legal concepts.
Keywords: Islamic international law; Fiqh al-Siyar; Muslim states; Quranic principles; Contemporary challenges