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35th International Islamic Unity Conference

The Issue of justice in war and peace

Ahlam Baydhun

To you the philosophical, religious and legal writings revolved around the concept of justice, and to you were the focus of peoples’ hopes, and the core of their demands. What is justice? what is a just peace? and is there a just war?

Is the unfair justice?

Is justice the same equality?

Does achieving equality mean achieving justice?

Does achieving justice bring peace?

Why was it said that justice is the right and fairness?

What is social justice?

What is human justice?

What is cosmic justice?

We will deal with this subject in its philosophical and legal dimensions at the two levels of the concept and its application at the level of man and society, at the internal and international levels.

Justice and fairness, law, the center of peoples’ hopes, just peace