أولويات ترشيد الحكم والإصلاح في الأسوة النبوية والراشدية
Keywords:good governance, Prophetic Caliphet, preorities of Guided Caliphs, steps of reforms
The human development is the purpose of Allah Almighty sending the prophets to people, and the intended reform in Islam is comprehensive for the individual, society, and the system.
The greatest reformer of humanity, Muhammad, صلى الله عليه وسلم undertook this task, providing humanity with an ideal example of governance that humanity has never seen in history. The prophet’s path, was followed by righteous successors; Abu Bakr al Siddiq, Umar al Farooq, Usman, and Ali, May Allah be pleased with them. Then, during the reign of the Umayyads, Umar bin Abdul Aziz revived this Sunnah of the Prophet and righteous caliphs again.
Governance is one of the uppermost priorities in the view of Islam that relates to the private and the public, for the rulers who are just and honest in ruling are of greater reward and honor than others, because the governance is not required by itself, rather it is intended to protect the humane interests and carry out the affairs of their religion and world.
However, the Islamic Ummah has now fallen into backwardness, division, and weakness in matters of reform and change of government. It is in dire need of knowing the priorities of an ideal governance of the Prophet and the example of the Rightly Guided Caliphs.
This article aims to highlight the priorities of good governance and steps of reforms in the period of the Prophet and the Rightly Guided Caliphs.
Key words: good governance, Prophetic Caliphet, preorities of Guided Caliphs, steps of reforms.
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