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forsake Qisas as retaliation.
The Influence of the Application of Shariy' a on Crime and Public
imposed penalties for a range of crimes classified tinder three categories of punish- ments; AI hidud (Limits), .A1 qisas (retaliation) andA/ tdaziyr ( discretionary).
A Dialogical Approach to Human Rights: Institutions, Culture and
and Ta'zirat (discretionary punishments).
5 Asian Law Institute Conference
compensation to the victims of crime. The punishment prescribed in Islamic Law for causing injury and murder is called 'Qisas' (retaliation).

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Crime and Punishment (QasAmah, QisAs, HadUd)
The law also permits qisAs, or retaliation. It is permitted only in cases The Muslim law on crime and punishment is quite complicated.
Hudud, Ta'zir, and Qisas
Therefore "Hudud," Retaliation (qisas) and Discretionary (Tazir) punishments have been prescribed according to the type of the crime committed.
Al-Muhajabah's Islamic Blogs: questions of torture, retaliation, and
Mar 19, 2005 A qisas crime is one of retaliation.
muslim shariah law
Hudud - Severe crimes (sometimes considered "crimes against God"). Tazir - Less severe crimes (thus, "crimes against society", not God).
Hudud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Qisas - meaning retaliation, and following the biblical principle of "an eye for an eye.

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