الرشوة في المجتمع الإسلامي حتى العصر المملوكي

المؤلفون

  • شهم فالح حميد قسم التاريخ، كلية الآداب، جامعة الموصل

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51990/jaa.16.56.1.13

الكلمات المفتاحية:

العدالة، المماليك، الفساد، المجتمع الإسلامي، الرشوة

الملخص

الرشوة شكل من اشكال الفساد، وفساد الذمم التي تعاني منها المجتمعات قديمة وحديثة. وعندما يغيب الضمير ويخفت الوازع الديني تنتشر في المجتمعات ظواهر وسلوكيات غير اخلاقية كثيرة منها الرشوة والتي تؤدي الى فساد الامم وهي داء خطير عانت منه مجتمعات كثيرة.
فالرشوة اذا انتشرت في المجتمع ادت الى شيوع الفساد المالي فيه فلا يتورع الناس في دفع الاموال من اجل تحقيق مصالح لا تنبغي ان تكون لهم ولا يكون لهم فيها حق مشروع وهذا محرم في الاسلام وجميع الشرائع ، الذي يؤدي الى الحسد والتدابر والبغضاء في المجتمع وتؤدي الى تفكك المجتمعات وينتشر الظلم وتمنع العدالة والمساواة بين الناس ومن ثم اعطاء حقوق لمن لا يستحق الذي يؤدي الى استشراء الفساد وانهيار المنظومة المجتمعية وهذه الظاهرة ظهرت في المجتمع الاسلامي طول ظهور الدولة وازداد انتشارها عندما يخفت الوازع الديني تبدأ بظهور المشكلات المجتمعية والسلوكيات الغير اخلاقية والتي تؤدي الى فساد الامم وانحلالها وتفكك المجتمع.

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2024-04-25

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