The Subject "war crimes" has become one of the contemporary issues at the international levels. It has also became of major concern in the audio and visual media; therefore, it has become a topic worthy of investigation from the points of view of Islamic Law and International Law. The research, therefore, investigated the concept of was crimes and compared the components of war crimes both in Islamic Law and International Law. The research explained the types of war crimes as viewed by Islamic Law, and cited practices which Islamic Law considers as war crimes such as the killing of prisoners, interrogations, rape, and usurpation of money and property. The research dealt with compassion in wars which are congruent with international human Laws
Al Salahin, Abdel-Majid
"Provisions of War Crimes According to the Islamic Legislation and International Law,"
Journal Sharia and Law: Vol. 2006:
28, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2006/iss28/3