The Islamic vision of the contemporary civil state
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2019, Volume 8, Issue issue 29 part 1, Pages 211-246
AbstractMany studies are dealt with by the modern civil state examination and analysis .Islamic philosophy has been absent from the standards of democracy. However, there have been Islamic concepts close to democracy, if not better, such as the principle of shura approved by the Koran, social justice and peaceful deliberation. The consultative councils were formed by the people of the solution and the contract, , To other soft-power represented by the Friday sermons and the preachers who were attracted by the thousands like Imam Ibn al-Jawzi and others, and the scientists of change who invented political thought such as Al-Mawardi, Ibn Taymiyyah, Ibn al-Qayyim and al-Ghazali.
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