Iraqi judges from 14 AH - 656 AH


  • Assistant Professor Jawad Kadhem Shayeb Al-Qadisiyah University - College of Arts



judges, The era of the Prophet, Umayyad period, Abbasid era, the oppressor, the oppressed


This research aims to try to clarify the active role and the unlimited contribution made by a number of Iraqi judges in the history of the Arab Islamic state through the development and modernization of some judicial systems that remained the same until the advent of competent (Iraqi) judges, especially in the Abbasid era, to which the first roots go back. Due to the emergence of the position of chief judge, and that the real maturity of the judicial system, which witnessed a diversity in the application of rulings based on well-known Islamic doctrines, dates back to the same period, hence our choice came to end the Abbasid era, and the idea of the study was crystallized in my desire to know the history of Iraqis in the judicial institution and the role of its men Iraqis and highlighting the Iraqi cities that drew the first legal building blocks in Iraqi history, especially Basra, Kufa, Wasit, Baghdad and Mosul, the capital of the Islamic Caliphate and the role of the Ahl al-Bayt () in it, Baghdad, Mosul and other cities, and the impact of the political, social and economic situation on the Iraqi judicial institution


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How to Cite

Shayeb, Jawad. “Iraqi Judges from 14 AH - 656 AH”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 45, Oct. 2021, pp. 89-150, doi:10.36317/kaj/2020/v1.i45.1731.

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