International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies

Volume 1 - Issue 1 (4) | PP: 86 - 104 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/sis2018.1.1.4
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Protecting Women, Children and the Elderly in Sharia and International Law

Jawdat Abed Taha Al - Mazloum
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
5/6/2018 17/7/2018 9/8/2018 25/9/2018
Abstract
There is no trust in the world that is more sacred than children, women and the elderly. There is no duty of importance above the respect of all of their rights, because their protection and respect for their rights protect the past and future of humanity as a whole. Although the international community has not neglected to pay attention to those who need protection and care more than others, what we see in many parts of the world as violations of their rights is deeply regrettable. However, the most serious and most serious of these violations occur to children, the elderly and women as a result of the outbreak of wars and conflicts, which leave behind large numbers of victims of these categories. This research was divided into two sections. The second requirement was to talk about the protection of women, children and the elderly in Islamic law. The third requirement was the protection of children and the elderly in international law. The second topic was the legal protection of women, children and the elderly during armed conflicts. First, I spoke of the protection of women, children and the elderly as part of the civilian population. The second requirement was the legal protection of women, children and the elderly in times of armed conflict. In the third demand: I talked about the most important means of protection for women, children and the elderly in times of conflict. The prohibition of the involvement of children in armed conflict was addressed before and after the 1977 Optional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict. The end of the research ends: includes the most important findings and recommendations that the researcher hopes to find the way of light.


How To Cite This Article
Mazloum , J. A. T. A. -. (2018). Protecting Women, Children and the Elderly in Sharia and International Law. International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies, 1 (1), 86-104, https://doi.org/10.31559/sis2018.1.1.4

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