The Initial Protective Measures Regarding Child development in Islamic Criminal Policies

Document Type : Original Article

Author

Assistant Professor, Khorasgan, Iran

Abstract

     Islamic and criminal law regarding the children is not merely briefed in the panel policies. Regulating the response of manner against misdemeanor is a part of the Islamic criminal code. In Islamic criminal policy, in addition to this issue other dimensions are of concern as well. This section in Islamic criminal law involves the period of the child’s formation, that is, when the family structure is being established. Here, the child is protected by the law with respect to the three general concepts: promoting the idea of sexual desire towards regeneration by observing the law regarding marriage, regulated selection of spouse and educating and preparing the ground for the healthy family structure. It seems that in some aspects like the issue of marriage, the objective of support is rated based on the secondary comparison to the other aspects. 

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