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|Title:||جريمة إهانة العقائد الدينية في القانونين السوداني والغاني : دراسة مقارنة|
|Authors:||يوسف إبراهيم مانا|
|Publisher:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية|
|Citation:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية الشريعة والقانون - قسم القانون|
|Abstract:||The thesis dealt with 'Criminality of outrage against religious beliefs in the Sudanese and Ghanaian law', by following the comparative, analytic, descriptive and inductive method. The research aimed to highlight the aspects of agreement and difference between the Sudanese and Ghanaian law in the extent of declaring religious freedom and criminality of outrage against religious beliefs, with the statement of the goal of criminalizing outrage against beliefs, and to mention examples of outrage against beliefs and then point out their negative effects on the individual, the society and nation as a whole. The research problem lies in three main questions, which are : What is the extent of criminality of outrage against beliefs in the Sudanese and Ghanaian law? What is the purpose of criminalizing outrage against beliefs? What are the demerits or damages of outraging against people's religions and beliefs? The thesis consisted four chapters: The first chapter contained the basics of research, which are divided into three sections. The second chapter contains three sections as the third. As for the fourth chapter, it contains two sections. The most important results of the research are that: Outrage against beliefs is criminalized clearly in the Sudanese law, but in the Ghanaian law its not, and that, religious freedom in the Sudanese and Ghanaian law is considered as a right for everyone regardless of their gender, nationality or colour, and that, Muslims are the majority of victims of outrage against beliefs in the world. The most relevant recommendations of the research are : The need for the Ghanaian legislator to disclose the criminality of outrage against religions in the future constitutional amendments, to protect religious rights, also, researchers in their writings should make apparent the primacy of Islam in criminalizing outrage against beliefs and in laying the foundations of the contemporary constitutions and some peace and war rules which are declared in the conventions. The researcher also recommends everyone, irrespective of their religion, to forestall outrage against religious beliefs, and as well evade entirely anything that casts on problems, hatred and enmity among people, so as to let people live in peace, tranquility and stability.|
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