The crime of money laundering from the perspective of jurisprudential rules


  • Abdolbari Jawanmard zadeh Jurisprudence Branch and Buildings of Islamic Law - Amir al-Mouminin University, Ahwaz - Iran
  • Dr. Rahim Syah Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Knowledge - Ahwaz Oil University - Iran
  • Dr. Syed Muhammad Hasan Malaika pour Assistant Professor, Law Branch, Shahid Shamran University, Ahwaz, Iran



Money laundering, the crime, Jurisprudential rules, Punishments, Implementation of religious taboos


The phenomenon of money laundering today, in addition to quoting verses and narrations, is another citation which is quoting some jurisprudential rules. Many of these rules, although they are extracted from the collection of verses and narrations, but because of their agreement with the biography of the wise and the praiseworthy opinions and the guiding or complementary aspect in the verses and narrations related to them, It matured throughout the ages and branched out from it to different branches and became main rules, and for this reason the writer in this article originally considered it a jurisprudential guide with its head in front of all other evidence. This article, which relied in its research on the analytical descriptive method, tries to answer this question: How is the phenomenon of money laundering treated in jurisprudential rules? To answer this question, we should say: some jurisprudential rules, such as denying harm, preserving interests, and public benefits for society, consider all dimensions, stages, and cases of money laundering as an explicit crime. That is why all concerned officials should combat it and codify the appropriate laws to uproot it.


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How to Cite

zadeh, Abdolbari, et al. “The Crime of Money Laundering from the Perspective of Jurisprudential Rules”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 45, Oct. 2021, pp. 395-24, doi:10.36317/kaj/2020/v1.i45.1713.

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