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Islamic military jurisprudence

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  1. consists of the basic laws governing the conduct of the military aspects of jihad

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  2. Internal conflicts include "civil wars", launched against rebels, and "wars for welfare" launched against bandits

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  3. These laws govern actions pertaining to diplomacy and warfare, in accordance with the traditional Islamic code

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  4. Military rulings in Islam are derived from interpretations of the Qur'an and the traditions of Muhammad, and vary slightly amongst the different schools of thought

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  5. refer to what has been accepted in Fiqh by ulema (Islamic scholars) as the correct Islamic manner which expected to be obeyed by Muslims, but it may differ with what has been done in Muslim history

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