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This book consists of twelve (12) Chapters. Chapter 1 consists of: Introduction. Chapter 2 consists of: understanding of Shari’ah and includes: Shari’ah Explained; Sources Of Shari’ah,; Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) Explained; Family Relations Under Shari’ah; Administrative System of Shari’ah; and the Characteristics of an Islamic Society. Chapter 3 consists of: Understandi This book consists of twelve (12) Chapters. Chapter 1 consists of: Introduction. Chapter 2 consists of: understanding of Shari’ah and includes: Shari’ah Explained; Sources Of Shari’ah,; Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) Explained; Family Relations Under Shari’ah; Administrative System of Shari’ah; and the Characteristics of an Islamic Society. Chapter 3 consists of: Understanding of the principles of Shura; Election of Amir; Establishment of Majlis Shura (consultative council); Characteristics of Shura. Chapter 4 consists of: Background of Justice in Early Period of Advent of Islam. Chapter 5 consists of: Defining the Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 6 consists of: Legal Basis of Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 7 consists of: Principles of the Islamic System of Judiciary and includes: Why Judiciary is Needed; Criterion for the Judiciary; The Quramic Principles of the Conduct for the Judge; the Quranic Principles of Conduct Of Litigants; and the Quranic Principles of the Witness’s Conduct. Chapter 8 consists of: Development of Islamic Administrative System and includes: Introduction; Legal Basis of Administrative System of Islam; and Development of Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 9 consists of: Role of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (RAA), The Great Mujtahid (Jurist) in the establishment of Islamic Judicial System and includes: Introduction; Khalifah Ali’s Letter to Malik Ashtar, which covers: General Directive: the Richest Treasure, the Guidelines for Choosing Counsellors, People are Composed of Different Classes Having Their Rights, the Armed Forces, the Real Guidance from the Quran and the Prophet’s Traditions, Selection of Chief Justice and his Status, Selection of Subordinate Judiciary, Revenue Administration, Selection of Clerical Establishment, Trade and Industry, Consideration for the Poor, Open Conferences, Communion with Allah [SWT], Aloofness Not Desirable, Peace and Treaties, and Last Instructions. Chapter 10 consists of: The Superiority of Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 11 consist of: Understanding of rule of law and includes: concept of legislation in an Islamic State; the administration of the judiciary; family relations under Shari’ah and covers: marriage relationship, polygamy, the unlawful forms of marriage, dower (mahr), and divorce in Shariah (Talaq); Criminal law and punishment under Shari’ah and covers: crime and punishment, homicide (Qatl) and law of equality (Qasas), al-Zina (adultery and fornification) and sodomy (homosexuality), defamation (al-Qadhf), highway robbery (al-Hirabah), conspiracy and treason, the theft (al-Sariqa), an intoxicant (Khmar), Maysir (gambling), apostasy (al-Riddah), and running away from the battlefield in Jihad; accountability of rulers; and concluding remarks. Chapter 7 consists of: Islamic value-based business ethical system and includes: introduction; directions for trade transaction; legitimate (Halal) earnings; unacceptable business practices; and concluding remarks. Chapter 8 consists of: Islamic ethics in the business organizations and includes: introduction; and need for an Islamic model of business and covers: Islamic business framework, components of Islamic business model, and Islamic guidance to operation of organizations. Chapter 9 consists of: Key characteristics and behaviour of an ethical Muslim manager and includes: introduction; humility and superior communication; responsibility; accountability; and concluding remarks. Chapter 12 consists of: Summary and Conclusion. The Book is supported with Bibliography.


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This book consists of twelve (12) Chapters. Chapter 1 consists of: Introduction. Chapter 2 consists of: understanding of Shari’ah and includes: Shari’ah Explained; Sources Of Shari’ah,; Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) Explained; Family Relations Under Shari’ah; Administrative System of Shari’ah; and the Characteristics of an Islamic Society. Chapter 3 consists of: Understandi This book consists of twelve (12) Chapters. Chapter 1 consists of: Introduction. Chapter 2 consists of: understanding of Shari’ah and includes: Shari’ah Explained; Sources Of Shari’ah,; Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) Explained; Family Relations Under Shari’ah; Administrative System of Shari’ah; and the Characteristics of an Islamic Society. Chapter 3 consists of: Understanding of the principles of Shura; Election of Amir; Establishment of Majlis Shura (consultative council); Characteristics of Shura. Chapter 4 consists of: Background of Justice in Early Period of Advent of Islam. Chapter 5 consists of: Defining the Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 6 consists of: Legal Basis of Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 7 consists of: Principles of the Islamic System of Judiciary and includes: Why Judiciary is Needed; Criterion for the Judiciary; The Quramic Principles of the Conduct for the Judge; the Quranic Principles of Conduct Of Litigants; and the Quranic Principles of the Witness’s Conduct. Chapter 8 consists of: Development of Islamic Administrative System and includes: Introduction; Legal Basis of Administrative System of Islam; and Development of Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 9 consists of: Role of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (RAA), The Great Mujtahid (Jurist) in the establishment of Islamic Judicial System and includes: Introduction; Khalifah Ali’s Letter to Malik Ashtar, which covers: General Directive: the Richest Treasure, the Guidelines for Choosing Counsellors, People are Composed of Different Classes Having Their Rights, the Armed Forces, the Real Guidance from the Quran and the Prophet’s Traditions, Selection of Chief Justice and his Status, Selection of Subordinate Judiciary, Revenue Administration, Selection of Clerical Establishment, Trade and Industry, Consideration for the Poor, Open Conferences, Communion with Allah [SWT], Aloofness Not Desirable, Peace and Treaties, and Last Instructions. Chapter 10 consists of: The Superiority of Islamic Judicial System. Chapter 11 consist of: Understanding of rule of law and includes: concept of legislation in an Islamic State; the administration of the judiciary; family relations under Shari’ah and covers: marriage relationship, polygamy, the unlawful forms of marriage, dower (mahr), and divorce in Shariah (Talaq); Criminal law and punishment under Shari’ah and covers: crime and punishment, homicide (Qatl) and law of equality (Qasas), al-Zina (adultery and fornification) and sodomy (homosexuality), defamation (al-Qadhf), highway robbery (al-Hirabah), conspiracy and treason, the theft (al-Sariqa), an intoxicant (Khmar), Maysir (gambling), apostasy (al-Riddah), and running away from the battlefield in Jihad; accountability of rulers; and concluding remarks. Chapter 7 consists of: Islamic value-based business ethical system and includes: introduction; directions for trade transaction; legitimate (Halal) earnings; unacceptable business practices; and concluding remarks. Chapter 8 consists of: Islamic ethics in the business organizations and includes: introduction; and need for an Islamic model of business and covers: Islamic business framework, components of Islamic business model, and Islamic guidance to operation of organizations. Chapter 9 consists of: Key characteristics and behaviour of an ethical Muslim manager and includes: introduction; humility and superior communication; responsibility; accountability; and concluding remarks. Chapter 12 consists of: Summary and Conclusion. The Book is supported with Bibliography.

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