Since industries, mass communication and transport tend to be accompanied and associated noise, it is necessary to find all possible means to prevent and minimize noise. The noise has detrimental effects on man and the living elements of the environment – hence the need to reduce and prevent this evil, as far as possible and by all means, in accordance with the rules and precepts of Islamic law .
5. Marijuana and other drugs
It ‘also clear that the drugs and the drugs have a deleterious effect on physical and mental health of man and, consequently, his life and reason, his descendants, jobs, property, honor and justice. It has been proven beyond a shadow of doubt that drugs and other drugs cause significant physical, social and psychological. That’s why all kinds of drugs and mind-affecting drugs is prohibited in Islam. Their production and marketing, and everything that concerns them or to assist in their production is prohibited. This demonstrates the concern of Islamic law for more than fourteen centuries of human life and the physical and social environment against all forms of corruption, damage, injury and pollution.
6. Natural disasters
All necessary precautions must be taken to minimize the effects of disasters, which encounter between man and the environment, such as floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, storms, wildfires, desertification, contamination, and epidemics. We must recognize that natural disasters are often caused, at least in part, is human, and that the consequences of the occurrence of an exception to their lives and property in many cases exacerbated by inappropriate solutions, construction and land use. Thus, their effect can be mitigated to a large extent the foresight to design based on an understanding of natural processes. Inappropriate land uses and activities should not be allowed in natural areas, or potentially dangerous to human life or health, or in areas prone to rupture natural processes.
Protection of human life, property and interests is essential and necessary, and “All that is required to complete a mandatory obligation in itself.” Islamic law states that “damages should be eliminated”, and “the injury must be taken to the extent possible.” However, the protective measures taken must not lead to other adverse effects according to the principle, “the damage can not be eliminated through a similar injury.”
These same principles apply to all products, insecticides pesticides and herbicides. Their use should not cause damage or injury to people or the environment or in the future. Thus, control and lead to a ban, regardless of damage or injury to humans or ecosystems, are not required, although this control or prohibition may affect the personal interests of some individuals. This is consistent with the principle that “private harm to be accepted to avoid damage to the general public.” All legal and legitimate means should be used to avoid and prevent injury or damage, provided that such methods do not lead, or take similar or greater damage. Rule of law, in this context is the “lesser of two evils must be chosen.” If pesticide use is necessary, then the “necessity makes the forbidden things permitted say.
“However,” everything you need to be evaluated according to their value, “and” what is allowed, because an excuse is no longer eligible for termination of this excuse. ”
Pest management more selective and less destructive are required by these values and principles of Islam. Preventive measures, biological control, non-toxic repellent, biodegradable substances, and narrow-spectrum pesticides should be promoted as much as possible about their destructive alternatives. Moreover, the application must be carefully calculated to protect human life, crops and livestock with maximum efficiency and effectiveness, and with an eye toward minimal overall impact on the creation of God.
The third radioactive
The above principles apply to radioactive substances, and which is not only extremely toxic but remain extremely long periods. We need to prevent and avoid the harmful effects of their use on humans and ecosystems. It is also important that we properly dispose of all radioactive waste. Must take special precautions to prevent the discharge of waste from nuclear facilities, whether due to negligence or error and to avoid the negative effects of nuclear explosive testing.
Preventing damage and corruption before it happens is better than cure later. Another important rule is legal in Islamic law, “Preventing harm takes precedence over the acquisition of benefits.” Therefore, all efforts to achieve good benefits and safe environment to meet human needs, service delivery and development of agriculture, industry and the media should be done without causing major damage, injury or corruption . It is therefore imperative that precautions be taken in the process to review, plan and implement these activities so that, whenever possible, which may be accompanied, or cause any damage or corruption.
1. Waste, waste, cleaning materials and other toxic substances and harmful
The exhaust gases and, what is ordinarily human activities or industrial uses modern and advanced technology, should be carefully removed or to protect the environment against corruption and distortion. It is also essential to protect humans against the harmful effects of the impact of these on the environment and its beauty and vitality, and to ensure the protection of other environmental parameters. The accumulation of waste is largely the result of our waste. The waste ban Islam, however, requires the re-use of goods and recycling waste materials and products wherever possible, rather than disposal as waste.
The Prophet forbade that a person exempted from the water source or trail, or a place in the shade or burrow a living creature. , the values of these prohibitions shall be a reference to the pollution of critical resources and habitats in general. Slag, flue gas contaminants, and similar sources must be managed in the best possible care and caution in their use to avoid harmful side effects, which lead to similar or greater damage or injury. Principle of law in this context is the “damage can not be eliminated in the same damage or more.”
This also applies to the adverse effects of detergents and other toxic or harmful substances used in homes, factories, agriculture and other public or private. It is imperative to take all possible measures to avoid and prevent adverse effects before they occur and to remove or eliminate such effects when they occur, to protect humans and the natural and social environment. In fact, if the damage caused by these materials be greater than their benefits, they should be banned. In this case, we should look for an effective and safe, or at least less harmful alternatives.