العدل والمساواة دراسة مقاصدية
وجدان طلال أكرم شحدة أبو اسنينه
Wigdan Talal Akram Abo Sneineh
Through research on the subject of this study, I can know equality as the complete similarity between things, except that what came in the Sharia denies the settlement in it, and the Islamic Sharia has the absolute right to settle or differentiate, according to the rules of Sharia. The importance of this study came because of its direct association with human life and feelings in general, as well as in terms of clarification and evidence that Islamic law intended equality and guaranteed it to people in general without discrimination. In explaining this subject, I followed the inductive method, as I collected all the texts, Quranic evidence, Sunnah of the Prophet, and the works of the Companions - may God be pleased with them - and analyzed and commented on them in a manner appropriate to the subject of the message. This message has come to several conclusions, including: that equality is a human need, made by God a grant to man in general without distinction based on belief, race or color, and that equality is not the result of human conflicts, passions and desires, but rather is one of the purposes of Islamic law, and it is the means to take rights and perform duties And its aspects have varied in Islamic law. And equality is in two parts: including absolute negativity that has no restrictions and no limits, and among them positive positives, and this is the intended equality in Islamic law. Among the recommendations that came out in this study: Warning against attempts that are intended to absent the meaning of equality and its purpose from Islamic law, or lack of understanding of the correct understanding from any party, and not to manipulate human humanity and dignity.