The conception of justice is much higher than of the other concepts. In Islam, justice is executed in the presence of God. The theory is based on certain unique principles. The fountain
head is the Quran and the Muslim community is “the Ummah”. The caliph or the head of the state only represents the Prophet of Islam. The ‘Ummah’ is collectively responsible for the administration of justice.
According to Islam every person who is adult, having a good character, healthy and bears the proper knowledge of “Shariat” can be appointed as a judge in a Muslim state.
How to do justice? The answer of the question lies in the life of our Prophet (P.B.U.H). His attitude towards the study of law was favorable; to him the study of law was the most
favorable thing before Allah.
Hazart Mohammad (P.B.U.H) made all equal in law in accordance to the spirit of Islam. He made some rules and regulations, rules of justice for all kinds of civil, military and criminal cases.
Whenever Muslims followed the rules of Islam, they got glory, and victory in every field of life. Same is the case with justice.
The circumstances these days in Pakistan clearly show that we are not following these rules and regulations. When the justice is in danger, anything might happen…