The Judges' Participations in the General Life of Al-Murabiteen State (1056-1147 A.D/448-541 A.H)
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2014, Volume 13, Issue 2, Pages 649-668
AbstractThe Murabiteen state was greatly constructed by religious men and philologists. Their efforts strengthened the state. It was normal for those persons to be glorified and consulted by the Murabiteen rulers. Thus, they became the advisers of the Murabiteen rulers. In addition to that, the judge's powers were multiple and various. The judge supervised many plans of life like Shura (consulting), prayer and oratory.
Generally, the Murabiteen rule was characterized by the Islamic principles.
Thus, they did not decide anything without consulting the religious men like philologists. It was well-known that the Murabiteen ruler, Yousif Bin Tashfeen, was preferring and glorifying the philologists and religious men as well as taking their advice.
Yousif Bin Tashfeen's son followed his father's way in consulting the judges and the philologists in all the state's affairs. Even when his son succeeded the throne, he consulted the judges' advice. Thus, consulting judges became the habit of all the Murabiteen princes to follow
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