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One of the provisions of the right to citizenship through the contract of shelter is the life support (homicide) of the citizen (the sheltered infidel). This is followed by a positive aspect -meaning punishment for the offenders for the life of the citizen- and a negative which is as a punishment reduction of citizen against non-citizens. But the question discussed in this article is what kind of support we have for the infidel in the area of life support (premeditated murder) in both aspects, from the perspective of the Imamate jurists, and to what extent it is reflected under Article 310 ICL which is responsible for this important issue. This analytical-descriptive essay concludes, in the positive aspect, that life support for the sheltered infidel, will be sentenced to imprisonment if he is a Muslim, and in a case in which the murderer is a non-Muslim, he will be sentenced to retribution. But life support of the sheltered infidel in the negative aspect, is to sentence the perpetuator to imprisonment if the victim is a waring infidel, and to sentence to retribution otherwise. This approach is, to some extent, reflected in the article 310 ICL.