Prison Abolition and Islam

Ryaihanny Sahrom is a legal professional and a freelance writer with a passion in human rights for marginalised genders. Speaking to PJ Thum and Sean Francis Han, she argues that effectively addressing crime requires a societal shift in how we define justice, moving from retribution towards abolishing the environmental conditions that create it in the first place. This, she argues, is also an Islamic approach to transformative justice.

Resources to start your journey on abolitionist politics:

Are Prisons Obsolete?

Why I Believe Prison Abolition is a Muslim Issue

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