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Al-Awabdeh - History and prospect of Islamic Criminal Law

Al-Awabdeh - History and prospect of Islamic Criminal Law

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History and prospect of Islamic Criminal Law withrespect to the Human Rights
Dissertationzur Erlangungdes akademischen GradesDr.jur.Eingereicht am 16. März 2005vonMohamed Al Awabdehgeboren am 01.12.1969 in Karak (Jordanien)Präsident der Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinProf. Dr. Jürgen Mlynek Dekan der Juristischen Fakultät der Humboldt-UniversitätProf. Dr. Michael Kloepfer Gutachter:1.
Prof. Dr. Felix Herzog2.
Prof. Dr. Detlef Krauß
I would like to thank a number of people who have contributed to this thesis indifferent ways.First of all I would like to express my deepest gratitude to my supervisor Prof.Dr. Felix Herzog, for his suggestion of the topic of this research, guidance,encouragement, help, support, valuable advice, and I appreciate his patiencethroughout the course of this research work, which have greatly contributed inshaping this research. I would also like to thank Prof. Dr. Detlef Krauß for hisservice as co-supervisor. I also wish to express my thanks to the staff membersof the Law Faculty for their support. Special thanks to the teacher’s assistance,Mr. Isko Steffan and Mr. Roman Hamel.I am deeply indebted to thank my wife, Dr. Eng. Arwa, for her support,encouragement and patience. Thanks must be given to soul of my brother, Zuhir God bless him, for his encouragement. I appreciate and thank my lovely sonYesar for lovely encouragement and patience over these years. Special thanks tomy parents, my brothers, sisters and my friend for their help and support.
Table of Content
1. Introduction 52. Religion and State 93. Islam and Democracy 134. Crime and Punishment 174.1. Defining Punishment 174.2. Punitive Theories Law and Moral 184.3 Criminal Punishment 214.4. Crime in Islamic Law 244.5. Crimes Mention in Koran and Sunnah 254.6. Categories Crime in Islamic Criminal Law 264.7. Retaliation (Kisas) 264.8 Hudood Punishment 274.9. Tazeer Punishment 285. The emergence of Islam 315.1. Political and geographical situation before Islam 315.2. Arab societies before Islam 335.3. The concept of crime and punishment in pre-Islamic Arabia 365.4. The Seventh Century Arrival of a new religion 375.5. The emergence of a new religion 39

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