عنوان مقاله [English]
The murder of a steward can sometimes be the murderer of one person, and sometimes the killer of a few, which in the latter case is called homicide if the act is committed by a number of people. Whether or not all partners in the killing can be retaliated, this article answers this question.
Islamic religious jurists have offered different views in this regard, explaining that the famous Sunnis of the four religions believe that if a society participates in killing one person, they will all be entitled to retribution. In contrast to the famous Sunni doctrine of another group, they argue that only one person deserves retribution in connection with the death penalty, and the rest must pay the Diyat in proportion to their share. David's adherents of the outward religion, however, disagree with the idea that they believe in the supremacy of society. Most Shiite jurisprudents also believe that all partners are entitled to retribution, but the tail is capable of retributing all or some of the killers. Of course, among the Shiite jurists there are those who believe that the victim's tail can only kill one of the partners in the murder.