Pakistani professor proposes establishment of Islamic court of justice
Professor at the National University of Modern Languages in Islamabad proposed establishment of an Islamic court of justice to settle the issues among Islamic states.
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Omar Riyadh Abbasi, speaking at the 35th International Islamic Unity Conference, proposed that a separtate Islamic court of justice is established so that the Muslim states can put their dispute in the Islamic Court of Justice. This Court can resolve dispute easily through argument or legal processing, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He related on management of peace and conflict and prevention of extremism and violence in the world of Islam.
He stressed that management of conflict should be sought in the book of Islam where holy Qur’an provides s full package of doctrines regarding ways to overcome conflict.
He said the first way is making peaceful arrangement so peace is the first initiative according to holy Qur’an and dialogue is the first measn to tackle the initiative.
Omar Riyadh Abbasi called dialogue the best opportunity and most proper initiative to resolve the issu.
He added,” Once th eissue is not resolved through dialogue then the next parameter to be adopted is negitiation” which in his view, involves different people sitting together to mutually share their viewpoints.
Paksitani participant to the 35th Islamic Unity Conference enumerated mediation as the next paratemeter if the previous ones fail and said,” A mediator can play a vital role to minimize the violence and conflict.
According to Omar Riyadh Abbasi the next process is arbitrationmeaning to settle the dispute in a larger scale involving countries to discuss their specific opinions for settling the dispute.
He referred to litigation as the last process proposing that an Islamic Court of Justiceto settle issues like Palestine and Kashmir.
Professor at the National University of Modern Languages in Islamabad made the comments in the 35th International Islamic Unity Conference held by World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought concurrent with the birth anniveresary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) also known as Islamic Unity Week.