The survival of any country and state is conditional on the prosperity of its subjects, peace and tranquility, and the elimination of internal and external anarchy. If a country’s internal system suffers from disnity, if there is no balance of relations the between people and the authorities, it will not take long for this state of decline. That is why Islamic law has given such clear rules to the rulers and subjects that by following them any country can achieve prosperity. These principles and guidelines of Islamic law have been taken from the hadiths of the prophet ﷺ.
The principles and teachings given by the Prophet (ﷺ) in this regard are of three kinds.Teachings that are shared between the authorities and the subjects, such as piety and piety, enjoining good and forbidding evil, self-accountability and subordination، And these are the foundations for the betterment of individual and collective life۔ Teachings that relate only to the authorities include a sense of responsibility, self-accountability and transparent accountability of subordinates, leniency towards subjects, enforcement of God's commandments, protection of national treasury, protection on internal and external fronts of the state, competence. It is important to give positions on the basis, protect the fundamental rights of the people and establish justice. Practicing them increases the respect of the authorities in the eyes of the subjects, makes the subjects happy and keeps them away from chaos and disorder and she volunteered voluntarily to assist the authorities in every possible way. Teaching is for the subjects and that is that all the members of the subjects should cooperate with the authorities in good deeds, avoid all kinds of rebellion and rebellion and the subjects should be related to brotherhood, love and selflessness. It sits in the hearts and because of this it is safe from all kinds of atrocities, it cannot be a tool of external forces and riotous elements which creates a peaceful environment and a stable society.
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