Dissenting Over Military Courts

Dissenting Over Military Courts

Sharafat A Chaudhry & Dr Ejaz Hussain Majority opinion prevails and becomes the precedent while a dissenting opinion may lay the foundation for an alternative theory of law Time becomes the best judge when the judge finds difficulty in adjudging conflicting...

The Umayads: Religion and World Politics

Abstract: This short paper analyses how Umayads used religion to legitimize and expand its rule. The policies of the Umayads dynasty created stratification among different social groups to collect revenue as well as military force for the expansion of their rule along...

Islam & World Politics during the Umayyad State

Umayyad Dynasty was the first great Muslim dynasty to rule the Empire of the Caliphate (661–750 AD), sometimes referred to as the Arab kingdom (because of the secular nature of the Umayyad state).The advent of Umayyad rule set in motion a process of continued...

Foreign Policy of Islamic State (622-632 AD)

To answer the specific question, it seems advisable to determine the key indicators for a foreign policy. Madina, a city state having legitimate government under the leadership of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), the constitutional norms derived from the Holy Quran,...

Possibility of Peace in the Real World

“WELL, PRINCE, so Genoa and Lucca are now just family estates of the Buonapartes. But I warn you, if you don’t tell me that this means war, if you still try to defend the infamies and horrors perpetrated by that Antichrist— I really believe he is Antichrist—I will...

Civil Militia in FATA & Its Impact on Society

The use of civil militia as a part of the state counterterrorism strategy adversely affects the society Introduction There are various definitions explaining Militia on the basis of its formation and role. The US passed twice ‘The Militia Acts of 1792’ enacted...