Title: Origins of Islamic Policy
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The dhimmi’s property, however, was now under state control. “But as for his land and his dwelling, they are the booty which God has given to the Muslims collectively; and had these persons accepted al-Islam thereon before God should give the conquest to the Muslims, it would remain their property...
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3) This shows that Allah’s will, above all else, becomes the foundation for Islamic fiscal law. The state assumed ownership of all land, and the umma (community of Muslim believers) was given rights to use it. Umar’s rescript maintained “that cultivated lands (mazari) should be restored to the function to which they were assigned; for they were assigned as sources of provisions for the Muslims collectively” (p...
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