Sharia, Arabic word means “right path”. Sharia law in Islam covers all aspects of human life from secular law, including crime, politics and economics, as well as personal matters such as sexual intercourse, diet, hygiene, diet, prayer, and etiquette and fasting.


The primary sources of Shariah are

  1. Interpretation of Quran.
  2. Interpretation of Sunnah.

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The Sharia regulates all human actions and puts them into five categories: obligatory, recommended, permitted, disliked or forbidden.

“Obligatory actions must be performed and when performed with good intentions are rewarded. The opposite is forbidden action. Recommended action is that which should be done and the opposite is disliked action. Permitted action is that which is neither encouraged nor discouraged. Most human actions fall in this last category”.

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Sharia of Islam play an important role regarding sustain peace and love in community. Islam is against those peoples who use Sharia Law in own benefits.