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Yes, intercourse with a corpse is covered in fiqh. The punishment is a Tazir according to the Hanafis and the dominant opinion of the Shafi'is and Hanbalis. And it is the Hadd of Zina according to the Malikis. وكذا وطء المرأة الميتة لا يوجب الحد ويوجب التعزير — Bada'i al-Sana'i أو كان إتيان ميتة في قبلها أو دبرها حال كونها أو كونه غير زوج فيحد بخلاف لو ...


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Adultery is haram no matter where one lives. The legal punishment however can only be enforced by the ruler of the Muslims or by someone who has been authorized by him. He is only responsible for enforcing it after he has been informed of the adultery by four witnesses or by a confession. Before enforcing it he is supposed to investigate the matter and make ...


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"‘Ubada b. as-Samit reported that God's messenger said when a number of his Companions were around him, “Swear allegiance to me on the basis that you will not associate anything with God, or steal, or commit fornication, or kill your children, or produce slander which you yourselves have falsely fabricated, or be disobedient concerning what is good. If ...


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Can a sharia court from outside the country of residence be used? No Can punishment be carried out in a foreign country (where execution is not permitted) NO Can punishment be carried out in a foreign country (where execution is permitted, eg the USA) NO Can a sharia court in the country of residence be used? (Are they allowed, even if not officially 'courts'...


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According to most traditional Sunni fiqh, the answer is usually 5 times No because answer 1 is a No. Also according to Sharia law, punishment according to Sharia is to be executed by the institution of the country. If there is no such institution established in the country, judgement can be made but execution is prohibited. Exceptions: If the foreign country ...


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