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Fathi A, Hashemi S H, Darabi S. Legitimate Challenges of the Atonement in the Law of Islamic Exilees 2013 with the Declaration of Liability and Respecting Human Rights in Iran. Medical Law Journal. 2019; 13 :171-192
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-1015-en.html
1- Qom Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qom, Iran
2- Mofid University, Qom, Iran. (Corresponding Author)
3- of Qom Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qom, Iran
Abstract:  
Repentance as one of the most effective institutions in the Islamic Penal Law can serve as a punishment for punishment in customary law. Recognizing this Islamic founder in the criminal law will cause the criminal system, on the one hand, to justify the punishment for cases where the offender has not been prosecuted and his correction is punishable for the purpose of the abolition of punishment or the granting of a rebate, and, on the other hand, according to The rules of repentance, which determine the limits and limits of the law, will remain immune in the direction of the fall of the penalty of adopting approaches and discretion. In this regard, the author attempts to first explain the foundations and typology of repentance in terms of the rules of the criminal law and then, by studying how the legislatorchr('39')s policy in the New Islamic Penal Code is introduced, examines the place of repentance and how it affects punishment. Certainly, the adoption of any normative approach to repentance in criminal affairs, except through a jurisprudential reading of this Islamic establishment, will not be possible in the direction of the correct orientation to the legislative criminal policy.

Please cite this article as: Fathi A, Hashemi SH, Darabi S. Legitimate Challenges of the Atonement in the Law of Islamic Exilees 92 with the Declaration of Liability and Respecting Human Rights in Iran. Iran J Med Law, Special Issue on Human Rights and Citizenship Rights 2019; 171-192.
 
Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2018/10/1 | Accepted: 2019/03/11

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