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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE AND LAW   spring-summer 2018 , Volume 11 , Number 21 #l00549; Page(s) 77 To 98.

Legal Jurisprudential Investigation of the Investigation and Its Exceptional Cases

Author(s):  Salehi Seyyed Hadi*, Salehi Seyyed Mehdi, Nikkhah Sarnaghi Reza
* Urmia University Campus, Urmia, Iran
Privacy is one of the most difficult concepts that there is no universally conceived definition of what is happening in the field of law. In Imamieh jurisprudence, there is no specific definition of religious or scholarship. From the perspective of Imamiyah jurisprudence, there are two types of harassed investigations: one is a search for the privacy of individuals who are completely prohibited from the point of view of the jurisprudence of Imamiyya jurisprudence, and the other is the investigation against the Islamic system, which is prohibited from the point of view of the Islamic Imams. In the Quran and in the Hadiths of the Infallibles, Allah has forbidden exploration and curiosity in the affairs of others, has respected the privacy of individuals, condemned the violation of it. The inclusion of this general instruction is not specified in the exception, so that it is permissible for others to investigate the affairs of others and not be permitted to others. In general, the content and content of the verses, narrations and other arguments are used that the verdict of espionage and exploration has a certain limit and for all its examples it can not be ordered. Accordingly, from the point of view of Islam, Muslims have dignity, dignity and respect, and no one has the right to harm them. The basic principle of Islam is respect for others and non-aggression and inbreeding of them, and ultimately, the reverence for the development of what people, God and the Prophet (pbuh) Its not pleasing to the product.
Keyword(s): privacy,jurisprudence,spyi,search,Islamic system,permission
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