The current study discussed the effect of aims on means and some relevant applications in books of jihad, Felonies and jurisprudence, so it began with explanation of controls through which aims affect means in Islam with examples showing such effects taking into account origin establishment of each issue.
The study aims at clarifying the attitude of Islam towards the theory of “Aims Justify Means” and regulations ruling the consideration of aims in Islam with some examples indicating effects of aims on means in books of Islamic jurisprudence.
The study concluded that Islam regulated considerable aims and means and had balanced interests and abuse, giving preference to the most beneficial.Furthermore, applications, where aims affected means, have not randomly originated but regulated by the method of Sharia.
Dawahdeh, Abdullah Mahmoud and Al-Rababaa, Osama Ali
"The Extent of the Effect of the Purpose on the Method and its Applications in the Chapter of Crimes, Jihad and Justice,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol16/iss1/12