گیس چیمبرکے ذریعے سزائے موت کے حکم پر عملدرآمد کا جائزہ اوراس کا شرعی حکم

The assessment of the implementation of the death penalty through a gas chamber and its Sharia ruling

Authors

  • Pakiza Malik PhD. Scholar, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur
  • Dr. Muhammad Hammad Assistant Professor, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur:

Keywords:

Gas chambers, Humane, Lethal gases, Hydrogen cyanide, Death penalty, Power dynamics.

Abstract

The article delves into a grim aspect of American history, shedding light on the utilization of gas chambers for executions. Originating in Nevada in 1924, these chambers were initially touted as a "humane" method of execution, conducted away from public scrutiny. However, the article reveals a darker reality, exposing the connection between gas chambers and profit-driven entities, as well as their utilization by the military post-World War I. Perhaps most unsettling is the revelation of collaboration between American and German entities in the development and deployment of lethal gases like hydrogen cyanide. This narrative transcends mere discussions of the death penalty, offering insight into broader themes of American values and power dynamics throughout the twentieth century.

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Published

16-03-2024

How to Cite

Pakiza Malik, & Dr. Muhammad Hammad. (2024). گیس چیمبرکے ذریعے سزائے موت کے حکم پر عملدرآمد کا جائزہ اوراس کا شرعی حکم: The assessment of the implementation of the death penalty through a gas chamber and its Sharia ruling. INKISHAF, 4(11), 376–394. Retrieved from https://inkishaf.org/index.php/home/article/view/380

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