Lecture: What is the meaning of a civil state? Is the state in Islam civil or religious? (video)

Lecture: What is the meaning of a civil state? Is the state in Islam civil or religious? (video)
Wed, 02/24/2021 - 09:47
Lecture: What is the meaning of a civil state? Is the state in Islam civil or religious? (video)

the episode, "What is the meaning of a civil state? 
Is the state in Islam civil or religious? "Tuesday, January 25, 2021,   was run by the vice president of the center, Salahuddin Al Jurshi.

The first part was about the expression of the transition from a primitive to a civil state, and the second was the expression of the antithesis of a military state ruled by the military through order and not through consultation. Therefore, he does not value the opposition and institutions. The third was the antithesis of a religious state based on a particular concept of religion, which is the divine right, in which the ruler derives his authority, his right to exist, and his right to control people from the God choice, and with this regard is God's shadow on the earth.

 this context, He pointed out that when Islam came to introduce rehabilitation in it found that the previous religions are based on mediation between God and creation. He canceled mediation on the doctrinal level, and the religious state concept was abolished on the political level.

In his answer to the question of who was serving the religious state, he explained that the religious state is based on the belief that God Almighty has authorized this ruler to execute his judgment, and as long as what he does is the rule of God, the ruler does not oppose, does not discuss, and does not care for the interests of the community.

He asserted that the religious state was behind the enslavement of many in the service of its interests, such as the Roman state that enslaved all around Rome and called them "barbarians." He pointed out that Muslims witnessed a similar state in 1979 in Iran when the rule was based on the rule of the jurist.

In response to a question by journalist Salah Al-Din Al-Jurshi, he said, "Is the Medina state established by the Prophet peace be upon him and a civil or religious state??" The Prophet Mohamed ordered the naming of the ' City', a reference its entry through commerce rather than invasion," said Mr. Abdel Fattah Morro. "Thus, his assumption of the city was based on a contract, not a compulsory divine concept, which confirms that among the steps taken by the Prophet was the establishment of a document bringing together these three different parties 30 articles and the Quran did not offer them a constitution.

He pointed out that there is a chapter in the Holy Quran that speaks about democracy, the Shoura chapter, which states, "Those who responded to their Lord, prayed, held a shura among them, and we gave them money." This is evidence that the Shoura (Consultative) Council is amongst all people, and that this puts an origin of the Islamic government.

He steered to something that he described as important, which is that the Prophet Mohammed did not talk about the state fate after him, and did not talk about who would inherit the sentence after him. This is a sign that the case does not concern him as much as it concerns the people.