The Rules of the International Law Are in the Holy Qur'an
The concept of the customary rules of international law reflects the supreme legal strength of the international system of law. In reality, he is the moderator of international relations and the representative of the international order governing all sectors of the international relations of states and allies. The Quran's words are understood by all human beings. Islam has its own international legal system and the imperatives of international rule of law throughout the world. It is not possible to achieve the goals and teachings of the Quran without the establishment and consolidation of international law. These principles of international law are as follows.
• The principle of non-use of force or threat
• The principle of peaceful resolution of international disputes
• The principle of non-intervention in internal affairs
• The principle of international cooperation
• The principle of equality of rights and autonomy of peoples
• The principle of equality of government
• The principle of honest implementation of international obligations
(in the Charter of the United Nations, Articles 1 and 2 of the Charter, and the Declaration of the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1970 on friendship and cooperation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations)
• Principle of territorial integrity of countries
• The principle of invincibility of the borders
• Principle of respect for human rights
(in the document of the Helsinki Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe of 1975).