Islam is a natural religion and always teaches justice and human rights. Islam has given different rights to non-Muslims under the protection of Muslims (dhimmis) demonstrating endurance, justice, leniency and tolerance with them in various walks of life. They will not be included in Jihad by force. In order to resolve the issues and problems of the dhimmis in the Islamic state, one of them can be made a judge. They have legal protection in the Islamic State. It is the responsibility of the Islamic government to protect their lives and property and if they suffer loss, it will be ordered to pay for them. As a resident of Dar-ul-Islam, they are required to pay a certain amount of Jizyah annually, which will not be demanded from them before the end of the year. The quantity of Jizyah will be set in small amounts depending on their financial situation. In the court of a Muslim judge, both Muslims and Dhimmis are equal in judicial rights. In case of their unjust killing, the Muslim killer will also be killed in retaliation. If they greet a Muslim with Salam, he should respond them with Salam. Gifts and presents can be given to them and also received from them. In the same way, it is permissible to accept their invitation to a meal, provided that the meal itself is not haraam.
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