Depending on the scholar, it is either obligatory or obligatory based on precaution. According to Shia Hadith:
Sharia Law in Europe Sharia Law Islam's Sharia law is cast from the words of Muhammadcalled "hadith," his actions, called "sunnah," and the Quranwhich he dictated.
The Sharia law itself cannot be altered but its interpretation, called "fiqh," by muftis Islamic jurists is given some latitude.
As a legal system, the Sharia law is exceptionally broad.
While other legal codes regulate public behavior, Sharia regulates public behavior, private behavior, and even private beliefs. Compared to other legal codes, the Sharia law also prioritizes punishment over rehabilitation and favors corporal and capital punishments over incarceration.
Of all legal systems in the world today, the Sharia law is the most intrusive and restrictive, especially against women. According to the Sharia law see the links for details: Which countries use the Sharia law?
Muslims' aspired Sharia state is the birthplace of Muhammad that has no legal code other than the Sharia law and enforces it without mercy: But as detailed below, the Sharia law is also used in full or in part, nationally or regionally in:However, that non-Muslim woman must be chaste. Allah (SWT) says in Surat Al-Ma'idah (verse #5) This day [all] good foods have been made lawful, and the food of those who were given the Scripture is lawful for you and your food is lawful for them.
Secular non-Muslim Governments can bring changes to the following Shariah laws based on their nations civil and criminal laws and minority Muslim citizens should by defacto contract of citizenship, should agree to abide by such changes.
Islamic law and non-Muslims Some pro-Israeli opinion cite traditional interpretations of sharia (Islamic law) which requires, among other things, that Muslim territory encompass all land that was ever under Muslim control, as a source for the Arab-Israeli conflict.
A Muslim wife living with non-Muslim in-laws I want to marry a boy who converted to Islam from Hinduism He wishes for us to stay with his Hindu parent.
Islamic laws and non-Muslims. IKIM VIEWS By Dr WAN AZHAR WAN AHMAD Senior Fellow/Director, Centre for Syariah, Law and Political Science. One of the fundamental teachings of Islam is that non-Muslims are guaranteed freedom to practise their religions and customs without any restriction as long as non-Muslims reciprocate by not being insensitive to the Muslim community.
A non-Muslim wishing to become a Muslim is encouraged to do so and anyone, even a father or a mother, who attempts to stop him, may be punished. However, anyone who makes an effort to proselytize a Muslim to any other faith may face punishment.