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    Hadd And Tazir What is Distinction Between These Two?


    Punishments are divided in to two types

    1. Hadd
    2. Tazir

    Hadd:


    Meaning of Hadd:

    Literally means the word hadd is "limits"

    Legal Meaning:

    Hadd means a punishment which is fixed and enjoined by the right of Allah.

    Origin of Hadd punishment:

    Hadd used to be prevalent in Arabia at the time promulgation of Islam,and the Muhammadan law has laid down a stringent nature conditions under which such punishments may be inflicted.

    TAZIR:


    Tazir literally means disgracing the criminal for his shameful conduct.

    LEGAL Meaning:
    Punishments "that are at the discretion of the judge when the offence is related to a private injury are called TAZIR".

    FOLLOWING are some points of distinctions between Hadd and Tazir:


    As to object:
    Procedure:
    As to right:
    Commuting of sentence:
    Pardon of sentence:
    Operation of mistake:
    Rule of evidence:
    Standard of evidence:
    Mention of offences:
    Discretion:
    Replacement:

    Note:

    All these points will i in detail in another moment .

    CONCLUSION:


    To conclude , i can say , that the punishment of hadd and tazir is a part of islamic law.




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