The Islamic 
Institute of Civil Justice
in Canada
O ye who believe! stand out firmly for Allah as witnesses to 
fair dealing and let not the hatred of others to you make you 
swerve to wrong and depart from justice. Be just: that is 
next to Piety: and fear Allah for Allah is well-acquainted with 
all that ye do.  707 [Qur'an 5.8 Yusuf Ali translation

707 Comment by Yusuf Ali

Follow (O men!) the revelation given unto you from your 
Lord and follow not as friends or protectors other than Him. 
Little it is ye remember of admonition. 991 
[Qur'an 7.3 Yusuf Ali translation

991 Comment by Yusuf Ali

O ye who believe! fulfil (all) obligations . . .
for Allah doth command according to His Will 
and Plan. 682 685 [Qur'an 5.1 Yusuf Ali translation

682 Comment by Yusuf Ali

685 Comment by Yusuf Ali



   "Show me where it hurts," God said,
and every cell in my body
burst into tears before His tender eyes.
-- Hafiz 


A  poem by Rumi (from his Mathnawi):

What is justice? Giving water to trees.
        What is injustice? Giving water to thorns.
        Justice consists in bestowing bounty in its proper place,
        not on every root that will absorb water.

 And so in the interest of watering trees and not thorns, or wetting everything that drinks water, and of course, in an effort to obey Allah's [God's] commands, we are striving to obey His commands and to also keep people informed of our activities towards establishing a Darul Qada for Muslims here in Canada where Muslims constitute a clear minority.

Here are several links describing and outlining the issues as well as the Institute's activities.