The Harms of Armed Conflicts Between Jurisprudence and International Law and The Role of Volunteer Work and The Technology in Reducing Them and Addressing Their Risks

  • Mohamed Shafei Moftah Bosheya, Saad Gomaa Gomaa Zaghloul, Ahmed Ramadan Mohamed Ahmed


The struggle and armed conflicts (such as wars, revolutions and the like) that sweep some parts of the world represent great problems for all segments of society, as they leave bad effects in various aspects, due to the exposure of many of the residents of these areas to killing and displacement, the demolition of homes, and the spread of diseases, as vulnerable women are exposed. Children are subjected to torture, persecution, and physical and moral abuse. The facilities themselves, of all kinds, are subject to demolition, burning and damage. The texts of Sharia have forbidden and criminalized these attacks, and Sharia has clear positions on this, which are reflected in some texts of the Qur’an and Sunnah, general rules of jurisprudence, and pages of Islamic history rich in them. Contemporary international law texts and major political agreements criminalize these practices and classify them as war crimes and other major crimes. And between Islamic law (Islamic Sharia) and international law, the role of peoples towards these groups of people appears, where popular volunteer work (collective and individual) represents a major pillar in their protection, and providing them with aspects of aid, which is what this research seeks to present and root