حدود و قصاص میں عورتوں کی گواہی: فقہی آراء کا تجزیہ
Women's Testimony in Hadūd and Qisās: An Analysis of Jurisprudential Opinions
Keywords:Women's Testimony, Shahadah, Jurisprudential Opinions, Hadūd, Qisās
This topic explores the evidence of women in Hadūd and Qisās, which are legal concepts in Islamic law. In the judicial system, testimony or eyewitness evidence plays a vital role in solving criminal cases. Hudood refers to punishments prescribed for certain crimes, such as theft, adultery, and alcohol consumption, while Qisās pertains to the principle of retribution or equal punishment for crimes involving bodily harm or murder. The objective of this study is to examine the presence and role of women within these legal frameworks.
Through an analysis of Islamic jurisprudence and historical sources, this research aims to provide an overview of the evidence regarding women's involvement in Hadūd and Qisās.
By examining legal interpretations and scholarly opinions, this study seeks to shed light on the evidence of women within the context of Hadūd and Qisās. The findings will contribute to a better understanding of the role of women in Islamic legal systems and the potential implications for gender equality and justice.
Overall, this research aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the evidence of women in Hadūd and Qisās, highlighting the complexities and nuances of their involvement within these legal frameworks.
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