Examining the Jurisprudential Arguments on the Obligation of Implementing Social Rules without Limits in the Islamic Government


  • Mohammad Baqer Mohammadi Laeini , Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences , Iran
  • Seyed Mojtaba Hossein Nejad Judiciary Research Institute , Iran




The Quran, Jurisprudence, Governmental obligation, Social rules, Almasahah, verses


One of the most important questions about political jurisprudence addresses the way an Islamic government deals with abandoning some important social rules which have no obligation to be implemented in the Qur'an and jurisprudence. After a review, it can be said that to prove the governmental obligation of some important social rules, we can refer to the generalities and applications of some verses and the requirements of jurisprudential rules. Some of the arguments that can be cited are the application of prohibitions according to the philosophy of the Islamic government, the application of verses on the necessity of avoiding Taghut, the application of verses forbidding evil, the application of verses on justice, the application of verses prohibiting corruption, the rule of expediency, the rule of preserving the Islamic system, the jurisprudential principle of sustaining “piety and virtue” and the prohibition of contributing to sin and aggression.


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Laeini, Mohammad, and Seyed Mojtaba Nejad. “ Examining the Jurisprudential Arguments on the Obligation of Implementing Social Rules Without Limits in the Islamic Government”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 54, Mar. 2023, pp. 285-02, doi:10.36317/kaj/2022/v1.i54.11551.

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