اسلام کا نظام حکومت

Taqiuddin An-Nabhānī

Urdu Translation of the 5th Edition, 2012
Paperback, 352 Pages
12 x 18 cm
Dar Al Ilm Publishers

The book discusses the various aspects of the Islamic Ruling system such as the Shape of the Ruling system in Islam, the Qawaid of the Ruling system of Islam , the structure of the State, the Conditions for appointing someone as the Khalifah, the Term of the Khilafah, the mandatory powers of the Khalifah, the removal of the Khalifah, the Khalifah’s assistants, the Army, the Governors, The Majlis al Ummah and many others.



This the author, Shekh TaqiUddin An Nabahani explains in this book which is in its fifth edition presenting evidences from the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Messenger .

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Debates after debates have taken place among the Muslims on whether democracy is permitted in Islam or not. With Islamic parties taking power in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt this debate has intensified as these parties attempt to justify their actions. In addition to this some people are actively promoting Erdogan's secular-democratic Turkish regime as a role model for Muslim governments. Many have even taken the position that Islam does not has a ruling system and it is upto the people to choose a Ruling system based on their realities.
Much of the debate on Islam and democracy is based on pragmatic thinking rather than the Islamic way of thinking. The correct approach to the question of whether democracy contradicts Islam or not is to study the reality of democracy in depth and then study the Islamic texts of Qur'an and Sunnah for an answer.
This book follows such an approach and shows that democracy far from being a model for Muslims is in fact a system of Kufr that is forbidden to adopt, implement or call for and that it is the Islamic Ruling system of Khilafah which should be called for and implemented.
The book discusses the various aspects of the Islamic Ruling system such as the Shape of the Ruling system in Islam, the Qawaid of the Ruling system of Islam , the structure of the State, the Conditions for appointing someone as the Khalifah, the Term of the Khilafah, the mandatory powers of the Khalifah, the removal of the Khalifah, the Khalifah’s assistants, the Army, the Governors, The Majlis al Ummah and many others.
This the author, Shekh TaqiUddin An Nabahani explains in this book which is in its fifth edition presenting evidences from the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Messenger .
The various chapters covered in the book are
• The shape of the Islamic Ruling System is not MonarchicalThe shape of the Islamic Ruling System is not Republican
• The shape of the Islamic Ruling System is not Imperial
• The Ruling System in Islam is not a federal one
• The Principles of Ruling
• The Structure of the State
• The Khaleefah
• Conditions of the Khaleefah
• Conditions of Preference
• Contracting of the Khaleefah
• The verdict on the usurper (Mutasallit)
• Who appoints the Khaleefah
• The Unity of the Khilafah
• The mandatory powers of the Khaleefah
• The Khaleefah’s method of looking after the subjects affairs
• The Ummah does not reserve the right to remove the Khaleefah
• The Court of the unjust acts (Mahkamaat ul-Madhalim) is the only
• body that can legitimately remove the Khaleefah
• The Khilafah State is a human state not a theological state
• Leadership in Islam is singular and not collective
• The Judiciary
• Types of judges
• The conditions required for the post of judges
• The appointment of judges
• The forming of tribunals
• Those who are eligible to be civil servants
• The Civil Servants are state hired staff
• The Council of the Ummah
• The right of the Shura
• Electing the members of the council
• The membership term of the council of the Ummah
• Membership of the council of the Ummah
• The mandatory powers of the council of the Ummah
• The right of speech and expression of opinion
• No police ruling
• Islam forbids harming the Muslims and spying on them
• Accounting

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