Analysis of the Islamic Law and its Compatibility with Artificial Intelligence as a Emerging Challenge of the Modern World
Keywords:Artificial Intelligence, Ethical Problems, Ijtehad, Islamic Law, Legal Norms, Principals of Islam, Quran, Sunnah
This research article explores the complexities surrounding Islamic law and the challenges it encounters in the contemporary Era of Artificial Intelligence in global landscape. It examines issues related to preserving tradition while embracing modernity, compatibility with Artificial intelligence, women's rights and gender equality, human rights and religious freedom, pluralism and minority rights, modern finance and ethical practices, technology and bioethics, and engagement with international law. Islamic law, known as Sharia, is a comprehensive legal framework derived from the Quran, Hadith, and interpretations by Islamic scholars. It has guided Muslim societies for centuries, providing guidelines for various aspects of life. However, in the modern world, Islamic law faces numerous challenges that demand critical analysis and thoughtful responses. For the purpose to explore ground reality, Doctrinal research method is employed and relied on already available data. Present research results are given by descriptive method. No one can avoid to use modern technology but Muslim world is facing many issues in present situations. Researcher recommends that only reinterpretation of Islamic laws, awareness, unity on common intrest issues and Ijtehad can save integrity and soul of Islamic Law.
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