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No one should be punished without court’s order

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Under the Islamic Sharia laws, anyone committing crimes should be pursued by security officials and taken to the law. Thus, no one can arrest, torture, or take to jail a suspect unless the justice and judicial organs decide. Personal prisons have no place in the Islamic system, nor is anyone allowed to punish a suspect or criminal without the court’s order.
The recent remarks by the provincial governor of Sare-Pul, in the country’s northern province, is commendable, when he warned that any illegal move leading to the punishment of a suspect or a criminal, without the
order of the court is banned.
Indeed, what the governor stated, is one of the most important teachings of the holy Islamic Sharia and according to it, no one has the right to punish a criminal or imprison him/her, so, the perpetrators who are ignoring this rule, should be prosecuted and brought to the law.
According to reports, in a security meeting in one of the districts of the province, the governor said that in
the current Islamic system, any form of corruption is prohibited, and criminals will be dealt with, according
to Islamic Sharia.
Taking in mind, the security forces of the country, should make more efforts to ensure security countrywide and people should cooperate with the security forces to identify criminals.
The security entities, particularly, police officials are responsible for arresting individuals who are found guilty
with documents and witnesses and taking them to the related organs, but have no right to punish or beat them or do against them what is against the law and the teachings of the Islamic sharia, as they will bear what the
court decide.
By this, the people’s trust in security forces will increase, the gap between the people and the system diminish and the government can highly enjoy the nation’s support at the national level.

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