The Status and Foundations of the Right to Peace and Security in Islamic Thought

Publish Year: 1398
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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 3 مهر 1400


The main question of the article is "Does every nation have the right to" peace" and "security"?"
Each of the above concepts can independently belong to the right to citizenship and can be counted
as two separate rights; however, they can refer to a single right because of the close relationship they
have with each other. On the one hand, every nation has the right to live in peace and to meet its
other basic needs in order to achieve "perfection and prosperity" because one cannot think of
such things under conditions of war and unrest. Order and security are considered as one of the
most basic rights of any nation and "justice and development" in their various dimensions are not
achievable without order and security under chaotic conditions. The subject of this article is the
position of these rights in the sphere of Islamic thought. Has such a right been recognized for
people in Islamic thought to expect and demand it from their government? What are the
foundations and evidence of this right in Islamic sources? The method used to answer this
question is to refer to the authentic Islamic sources, namely, the intellect, the Qur'an, and the
Sunnah used in this article. According to these sources, it is clear that citizens have such a right
in Islamic society and can claim it from the Islamic state


Seyed Javad Varaei

Faculty of Research Institute of Hawzsh and University