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Mohamad Sa’d AL-RASHEED

Mohamad Sa’d AL-RASHEED, Head of Judicial Department, Faculty of Islamic Law (Sharia), King Abdulaziz University.

Background

  • AL-RASHEED, Mohamad Sa’d was born in 1940 in A1 Sho’ara’, Saudi Arabia.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts (Islamic Law and Arabic Language). Diplomas in English Law, Private International Law, Comparative Law (London). Doctor of Philosophy (Law), Durham University, England 1973.

    Career

    • Teacher of Arabic, Alyamama Secondary School, Riyadh. Demonstrator; lecturer Faculty of Islamic Law (Sharia). Permanent member, Graduate Society, Durham University.

      International Delinquent Magistracy. Attended following conferences: International Conference of Youth Magistrates, Anti-Narcotics, International Conference, Bangkok, 1975. Head of Judicial Department, Faculty of Islamic Law (Sharia), King Abdulaziz University.

    Works

    • Procedure to Bring a Criminal Action in Saudi Arabia, a research paper submitted to the Islamic Jurisprudence week, Tunis, 1974. Narcotics, Crime and Punishment in Saudi Arabia, (under publication). Narcotics as Viewed by Islamic Law, an address to International anti-Narcotic Conference, Bangkok 1975.

      Constitutional System of Saudi Arabia (research under publication), System of Government and Administration in Saudi Arabia. System of Government and Administration in Islam. The Judiciary System in Saudi Arabia.

    Religion

    Denomination: Sunni muslim

    Views

    All messengers taught the same message about belief, but the specific prescriptions of the divine laws regulating people's lives varied according to the needs of people and time.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, travel, sport.

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