Islamic Concept Of State Affairs And Contemporary System Of Islamic Republic Of Pakistan: Analytical Study

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Dr. Shabbir Hussain , Dr. Ayesha Jadoon , Dr. Naeem Anwer , Talib Ali awan , Dr. Muhammad Sarwar , Nazar Farid Ahmed


According to a Muslim's beliefs, the Qur'an and the Holy Prophet's Sunnah contain fundamental ideas that form the basis of the Islamic state. Islam was used to establishing Pakistan. Pakistan was created without a shared ethnic, cultural, or territorial identity compared to most other nations. Therefore religion has played a more significant part in the mobilizing and justification process there. Islam served as a unifying principle and a powerful driving force in the founding of Pakistan. A Muslim community must be established on the ideals of freedom, equality, and solidarity for a state based on Islamic law. The Muslim community, Islamic law, and the leadership of the Muslim community have traditionally been seen as the three most essential components of an Islamic state by Muslim jurists. These three essential components characterize Islamic states. This study compares the Islamic concept of state affairs and the Pakistani system.

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