ISLAMIC STATES IN THE INTERNATIONAL WORLD SYSTEM: The role of Islamic States in World Affairs
Received: 13.05.2021; Revised: 09.07.2021, Accepted: 30.07.2021, Published Online: 31.08.2021
Dr. Robina Khan
Assistant Professor, Gomal University D.I.Khan Pakistan, email@example.com
Dr. Muhammad Imran
Assistant Professor, Qurtuba University, D.I.Khan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Maria Sultana
Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Lahore Leads University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Dr. Zafar Abbas
Assistant Professor, Government College No.1 D.I.Khan Pakistan, email@example.com
Islam is a religion of peace, tranquility and progress. As a global divine religion, its role has multiple directions in world affairs. The teachings of Islam can be mirrored in Bat’t Uqba first and second, migration to Habsha and Madina, the Covenant of Madina and Mawakhaat. Besides this, the principle of the law of wars and prisoners is a glaring example of Islamic states’ concept. The criteria of diplomatic relations, the management of conquered cities, and the economic system are fruitful for all human beings irrespective of religion. Western countries suspiciously view the wave of reformation and renaissance in Islamic states for their development, and they create every possible hurdle in this respect. The only solution is a dialogue of a credible model Muslim state. This paper highlights the importance, need and role of Islamic states in the international world system.
Keywords: Islamic States, Peace, Human Rights, Diplomatic Relations, World Affairs