Mandatory Punishments (Hudud)

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Types of ta'zir punishment

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Ta'zir punishments may be classified as follows:

Enforcement

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Punishment are of two types. The first is to neglect or omit duties when one is able to fulfil them, such as the repayment of debts, delivering things held in trust to their rightful owners, safeguarding the property of orphans and delivering these when the orphans come of age. Any of these may be punished by Ta'zir  until the person concerned does his duty.

Discretionary punishments

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Ta'zir  refers to ‘punishment for any act of disobedience to Allah which does not carry a mandatory punishment or require a particular recompense.’

Theft

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Theft is forbidden because it is an aggression on other people’s rights and taking their property unlawfully.

The punishment for drinking intoxicants

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The punishment for drinking intoxicants is 40 lashes, but it may be increased to 80 if the Muslim ruler determines that such an increase is needed to make the punishment a more effective deterrent.

Punishment for false accusation

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Allah has determined that the punishment for anyone who accuses a Muslim of adultery, without providing the necessary proof, is 80 lashes. Furthermore, the accuser is considered a fasiq, i.e. ‘transgressor’ and he is totally disqualified as a witness in any case whatsoever. This shows how grave this sin is…

The crime of false accusation of adultery

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It is absolutely forbidden to accuse anyone of immoral and lewd action. Allah says: ‘Those who accuse chaste women who may have been unthinkingly careless but remained true believers, shall be rejected by Allah in this world as well as in the life to come. They shall endure awesome suffering’ (24: 23).

Proof of Adultery

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Before the punishment for adultery is enforced, the crime must first be proven to have occurred.

The mandatory punishment for Adultery

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An adulterer can be either a muhsan or non-muhsan. The mandatory punishment for a muhsan is different than that of a non-muhsan.

Adultery

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Zina stands for both fornication and adultery; it refers to sexual intercourse between man and woman when there is no legitimate marital relationship, real or imagined, between them.

Mandatory Punishments (Hudud)

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The Arabic term hadd (plural: hudud) is defined as a punishment stated in Islamic law for encroaching on the limits set by Allah. The hudud aim to deter people from committing acts of disobedience of Allah. Thus, they help to spread security and reassurance in the community.

Learn Fiqh with Al-Hakeem | Mandatory Punishments

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In this Lecture, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem discusses and explains the Mandatory Punishments (Hudud).

Learn Fiqh with Al-Hakeem | Discretionary Punishments

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In this Lecture, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem discusses and explains the Discretionary Punishments. This course will cover all the practical rules that every Muslim, man or woman, should know, citing their bases in the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

Learn Fiqh with Al-Hakeem | Adultery

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In this Lecture, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem discusses and explains the Adultery. This course will cover all the practical rules that every Muslim, man or woman, should know, citing their bases in the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

Learn Fiqh with Al-Hakeem | Mandatory Punishments (Hudud) - part two

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In this Lecture, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem discusses and explains the Mandatory Punishments (Hudud).

Punishment for Adultery (Zina) in Islam

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Punishment for Adultery (Zina) in Islam - Assim al hakeem.

How Do I Repent From Gossiping?

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One of the worst traits a person can have is to speak ill behind someone's back when they cannot defend themselves. It is important we realize and accept that at some point even those with good character have gossiped and have been sinful.

Fixed Punishments

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Fixed Punishments

Types of ta'zir punishment

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Types of ta’zir punishments are varied, they can be physical, financial, combination of both physical and financial, imprisonment and exile or moral punishments such as public rebuke.

Extent of punishment

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Ta’zir punishment has no measures, they are left to the judge’s discretion, it can go as high as the capital punishment if it protects the community as in the case of spying crime.

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