A man hitting another whose hand was paralyzed before both die


A: If the reality is as mentioned; if the strike that caused (Part No. 21; Page No. 209) the man's hand to be paralyzed was done on purpose and out of aggression, the demand of Qisas is dropped since the striker died before Qisas was taken from him, as unanimously agreed upon by Scholars, as it becomes impossible after the death of the striker. Only Half of the Diyah (blood money) should be given to the victim if the criminal owns property according to the preponderant opinion of Scholars. If the strike was out of mistake or quasi-deliberate intent, half of the Diyah dedicated to the victim is taken from the members of the criminal's family and given to the heirs of the victim and their heirs after that as inheritance if the victim is dead.This is to be applied if it is not proven that the victim pardoned the criminal according to the Islamic fundamental rule concerning such a question. If it is proven that the injured person pardoned the criminal, nothing will be taken from the property of the criminal or his family or be given to the heirs of the victim.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his Family, and Companions.

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