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2016 Collector Beginning Date: 2016 September 26. HOW TO BE A SUCCESSFUL HUSBAND! Berikut ialah laporan asal daripada Buletin Borneo melalui brudirect. Bandar Seri Begawan – His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam has called on the Islamic Religious Council, which is one the highest level of councils in the country, one that influences policy direction on all matters Islamic, to begin structuring criminal law based on the requirement of Islamic teachings. His Majesty in a titah yesterday stated that research showed that adherence to Islamic laws in the form of `Hukum Kanun Brunei’ had strongly existed in Brunei since the period of first sultan and which continued before the British came. The Islamic Religious Council, whose prominent role is to advise His Majesty on all matters Islamic, is also the policy-maker that determines the administrative direction of the Islamic religion in the country. His Majesty wants criminal law based on “Allah’s Law” to be re-established and be able to work alongside the Civil Law more prominently.

Currently, Civil Law encompasses a much wider power in the judicial system while the Syariah Court handles mostly family cases. Furthermore in a titah yesterday, His Majesty also urged that in order to ensure that the Muslims in the country be blessed in this world and the life hereafter, the country must make any law in the Civil Court that contradicts with Islamic law into alignment with the Sharak. Civil Law do not really contradict with Islam, but any of them that does contradict has to be aligned,” His Majesty stated. These laws are believed to have been written during the reign of Sultan Muhammad Hassan in the year of 1582-1568, and fully enforced during the reign of Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar in the year of 1598-1659, and continued as legacy during Sultan Abdul Jalilul Jabar in the year of 1659-1660. This means, these laws were strongly followed before in Brunei until the arrival of the British in 1851,” His Majesty said. His Majesty added, based on research, this law “Hukum Kanun Brunei” was based on Islamic teachings, besides some influences by Malay traditions. But the arrival of the British undermined the vast influence of Islamic laws, and today the vast influence of these laws is only left with cases related to family matters.