Proceedings of the 19th International Academic Conference, Florence

REBELLION CRIME IN THE İSLAMIC AND OTTOMAN LAW

SÜLEYMAN EMRE ZORLU, SÜHEYLA ZORLU

Abstract:

Rebellion in the Islamic state, also known as bağy is a matter not outdated. Likewise in the legal system, "State of rebellion" and disobedience is a crime punished. In our study, in Islamic and Ottoman law, "Rebellion" by another name "bağy" crimes were investigated. What are the terms of the rebellion crime in Islamic law. According to Islamic law, in case of a justified revolt against the president, these people are not considered rebels. Such an action undertaken against the illegitimate president is always right, it is legitimate. Rebellion, described in the place of Islamic law and the required information is provided.

Keywords: Rebellion in İslamic Law; Rebellion in Ottoman Law; State of Rebellion

DOI: 10.20472/IAC.2015.019.148

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