The crime of human trafficking is a crime that concered the modern world; because of its violation of human rights, and Islamic law did not overlook the statement of the provisions of this new and contemporary crime, as it proved beyond any doubt that Islamic law is valid for every time and place, it is forbidden in its many forms; Proceeding from the principle of honoring God to man, and developed ways of treatment through two aspects: preventive through the development of educational measures to prevent crime from society, and that committing it is a disobedience to God Almighty, and my punishment through the sanctions it has put in place to combat this crime, may in some forms amount to the penalty of Limitation, or Ta'zir.
Al-Shayib, Firas Abdul Hamid
"The Crime of Human Trafficking in The Light of Islamic Sharia,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol16/iss4/6