الإثنين , يونيو 17 2024

The right to religious freedom in light of Islamic law and Afghan laws

حق الحرية الدينية في ضوء الشريعة الإسلامية والقوانين الأفغانية

In this research, which is conducted under the title of religious freedom in light of Islamic law and Afghan laws, the previous and contemporary concept of religious freedom and religious change in light of Islamic law and Afghan laws is compared. Investigated, the research aims to prevent the problem of misuse of the concept of religious freedom, which is used for vile purposes in society under this title. From the results of the research, it appears that Islamic law does not oblige anyone to accept religion By force or coercion, but rather every person is free to follow his religion and belief, Islamic law divides freedom of belief into two parts: First – Basic freedom of belief. In this regard, Islam gave freedom to all people whether they entered into religion or not, and did not force anyone to enter into religion, so it fully guaranteed freedom of belief in this regard, second: Freedom from apostasy from Islam: In this regard, Islam does not permit anyone to depart from the religion of Islam. If he converts to Islam and then leaves Islam and departs, he must be punished, In general, it can be said that Islam is primarily committed to freedom of belief. If the rope of any religion is under its control, it does not distinguish between any religion and gender in terms of this freedom, and does not force anyone to accept it. Islam, rather, leaves them free, and there is no way to accept religion in this regard. This means that the issue of changing religion in Islam is critical today in light of new interpretations of the rules of Sharia, In Afghanistan, it is not permissible for any law to violate the provisions of Islamic jurisprudence and Islamic beliefs, but it is canceled before approval.

Keywords: Freedom, Religion, Doctrine, Belief, Thought.

Abdul Latif ABIDAssistant Lecturer, Lecturer at Syed Jamal al-Din al-Afghani University, Faculty of Sharia, Department of Aqidah – AFGHANISTAN

Abdul Rahman ABIDSyed Jamal al-Din al-Afghani University, Faculty of Sharia, Department of Jurisprudence and Law – AFGHANISTAN

Syed Kamal Shah BANURIAssistant Professor, Sheikh Zayed University, College of Sharia, Department of Jurisprudence and Law – AFGHANISTAN

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