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Title

INVESTIGATING RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE PHENOMENON OF BEATINGS ACCUSED PERSONS

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MOUSAVI SEYYED AMIN

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 Start Page 131 | End Page 146

Abstract

 Background and objectives: The offense of harassing ACCUSED PERSONs, by agents, is among the specific crimes committed by government employees. The commission of this crime, in addition to being prohibited by criminal LAW and citizenship and causing the spread of POLICE offenses, causes dissatisfaction of the people with the function of the POLICE (the guardians of the lives and property of the people). The story of the BEATING the ACCUSED PERSON by the POLICE is one of the most important issues in the field of social and legal relations. Centuries ago, the religion of ISLAM has emphasized on the prevention of abuse of believer’s honor and the preservation of human rights, and preserves the dignity of man as one of the tricks and teachings of its teachings.Methodology: The research method in this study is of documentary and library studies. The research is more qualitative, but the logic contained in that is an analytic logic. That is, the problem design is organized according to the research questions and has a logical sequence. The data collection is based on scientific note-taking. The issues are presented in the four bases of conceptualism, the ISLAMic and legal perspectives towards BEATING the ACCUSED PERSONs and investigating the reasons for its occurrence.Findings and results: BEATING the ACCUSED PERSONs is one of the behaviors that are contrary to the LAW, and the committer proves his inability and lack of expertise. The article is devised in four bases of conceptualism, ISLAMic and legal perspectives towards BEATINGs ACCUSED PERSONs, as well as an examination of the reasons for its occurrence. After conclusion, some strategies have been proposed in this regard.

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