When we talk about justice, everybody shares essentially the same basic concepts, and these are accepted by the majority of people right away. This justice will include people from all walks of life, with no discrimination between them. It will allocate resources fairly among people, without taking their race, religion and language into consideration and will aim to create a world in which the superior is the one who is right, not the powerful. What often distances people from justice is their rejection of it. They may concur in principle, but they reject it when it conflicts with their own interests. For due administration of justice over the world, a morality which will enable people to set aside their personal benefits for the sake of justice is needed. This morality is the values of the Qur'an which Allah commands and instructs us with in the Qur’an. That is because the values of the Qur'an command an absolute justice that makes no discrimination between people, that sides only with what is true and just. Justice that is carried out with the fear of Allah and with the sole intention of earning Allah's approval is true justice. This form of justice makes no discrimination between people. The purpose of this book is to describe the justice in the Qur'an.