The difference between the blood money of a man and a woman in jurisprudence and rights in Iran and other Islamic countries
Keywords:blood money, woman, man, jurisprudence, rights
Despite Islam's emphasis on equal rights for individuals, the Islamic Penal Code contains different provisions for men and women, and some of these provisions have a supportive aspect for women, and some of these other provisions such as age, criminal responsibility, martyrdom, blood money, and retribution are apparently discriminatory. According to Article 550 of this law, the blood money for a woman is half the blood money for a man. The reason is in addition to some jurisprudential reasons for the different social and economic status of women compared to men. The following reasons challenge the need for blood money inequality between men and women: Fundamentals of jurisprudence on this subject Allocating some narrations to specific matters, and therefore some narrations cannot be generalized to similar cases. The lack of agreement in this area, as well as a change between the charitable (or beneficiary) aspects of the difference between the blood money of men and women, is evidence of the possibility of changing the rule of unequal blood money between men and women
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