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Islam, its dictators and kings

" There shall be no compulsion in [acceptance of] the religion." (2:256)

"...whose affair is [determined by] consultation among themselves,." (42:38)

The Quran is clear, No Compulsion and rule by Counsel of the people only.
A government that comes to power without due shura (consultation) has no legitimacy in Islam
. Even if it may conducts some shura in some areas. Therefore, the practice of dictators in Muslim country's who seize power by military force and then institute a "majlis-e-shura" or a controlled form of basic democracies through which only opinions favourable to the ruler are allowed to exist has absolutely no validity in Islam.

In Islam when conducting shura in a society, one should involve as many members of the society as possible. This means open free and fair elections and democracy in all Muslim country's.





The table below shows the current state of democracy in Muslim countries






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