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This Q is pretty narrow in its title, but then asks more generally My question is really whether it is just that - that local officials make whatever decisions they think most aligns with their understanding of the religion or whether there are, or whether there are plans to establish, specific laws on various mundane subjects to guide their citizens in ...


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No, they don't have an official legal code yet. Yes, they have plans to create some kind of a legislative body and write laws after forming the government. Yes, they already have written statutes, but those need to be formalized. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid answered some question about their future laws in the first press conference in Kabul: Let’s ...


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The Caliph is the rightful religious and secular leader of the ummah, the community of muslims. As such, declaring yourself Caliph is at a minimum demanding token submission from all other muslim leaders; if not declaring them illegitimate and proclaiming rightful direct rule over their countries. Saudi Arabia enjoys cordial diplomatic interactions with many ...


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Afghanistan prior to the 2021 Taliban takeover adopted Shariah law as the highest legal authority in its constitution. So did Iraq following the Iraq War. So did Somalia in the last few years. All of these countries allow women in government. Some mandate it. The list is not exhaustive.


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Saudi Arabia in its infancy was a sheikdom client of the UK, the founder neither had the legacy nor legitimacy for such claims, in memoirs of those who worked with him, he was a very simple Bedouin with main goal to stay in power. Also at that time, Saudi was very poor (oil has not been discovered yet), with uncertain future it will pass the rivalries among ...


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Lying is generally prohibited in Islam (as it is in most religions). See this article. There are (as usual) exceptions, as the last line of the article points out: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: Lying is not permitted except in three cases: a mans speaking to his wife to make her happy; lying at times of war; and lying in order to reconcile between ...


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The Taliban are a guerilla that a couple of days ago succeeded in a coup/revolution; one cannot expect them to have a formal law system in place yet. If we look at the history of other regimes with a strong ideological background the rules governing public behavior and the structure of society will likely be a mixture of formalized law and informal ...


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Technically speaking, a Caliphate is a political system under a caliph: a proper successor to the prophet Muhammed. Not every islamic government would consider its leader a successor to Muhammed — e.g., neither Saudi Arabia nor Iran call their leaders caliph — so in that sense a Caliphate is a particular form of Islamic government.


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The root cause of riots was Tendency/Treachery/Extremists/Opposition. The CAA, is not related to anyone who is living in India. This is about the Minorities(not any religion) who lives in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghan. Minorities who is being persecuted in these countries, as per CAA they will have right to get Citizenship of India. Now, the Indian muslims ...


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