اسلامی فوجداری قانون کا ضابطہ نفاذ واجرائے سزا
Islamic penal code, like all other contemporary penal codes takes its roots from a comprehensive Criminal Procedure regarding the enforcement and execution of punishment. The criminal procedure of Islamic law penetrates into the origins and particulars of an act and thereafter terms it as an offence liable for conviction or otherwise. Besides, it lays down certain rules to ensure the execution of a penalty through proper process and to recommend, where necessary, the nullification, commutation and in some cases the incorporation of some specific penalties as denoted by ta’addud, tad┐khul, Jabb and other terminologies of Islamic criminal law and procedure. The present article discusses the application of the above terminologies with regard to the enforcement and execution of penalty of various offences and crimes. Though not openly indicated in its title, the article makes reference, where required, to Pakistan Penal Code 1860/1912, Criminal Procedure Code 1898/1912, ╓ud┴d Ordinance 1979 and to some verdicts made by the Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan in pursuance of suits lodged versus the state of Pakistan.