Fiqh and Islamic Sharia


Fiqh and Islamic Sharia
Some scholars say about Islamic civilization that it has three aspects: the first aspect: the relationship of man to his Lord (and this is based on worship), the second aspect: the relation of man to the members of his community, and the third aspect: the relationship of the Islamic nation to other nations that live in its time. They say that Islamic civilization is based on these aspects and that jurisprudence is the main material for these three aspects (how it is formulated, how it is said, how it is carried out, how it is organized). This is what Islamic jurisprudence answers. Rather, what is meant is that this jurisprudence is revealed to reality and applied, and the Sunnah has come to clarify what is in the dhikr in terms of totality, restricting the absolute, specializing the general, establishing a ruling, and so on. Evaluation type: Online exams Teaching language: Arabic
  • History of Islamic Law:

  •  Defining the history of Islamic jurisprudence
  • The difference between the term Sharia and the term jurisprudence
  • Islamic jurisprudence:

  •  Definition of Islamic jurisprudence
  • Types of Islamic jurisprudence
  • Define positive law
  • The difference between positive law and Islamic law
  • Sections of Islamic jurisprudence and its roles
  • Islamic jurisprudence subject:

  •  Definition of the Holy Qur'an
  • Characteristics of the Holy Quran
  • Division of the texts of the Qur’an in terms of their indication of rulings
  • Methods of the Noble Qur’an in legislating practical rulings

 

  •  The Sunnah of the Holy Prophet:

  •   Definition of the year
  • Sections of the year
  • authentic year
  • The division of Imam Shafi'i rulings
  • Ibn al-Qayyim's division of the relationship of the Sunnah with the Qur'an
  • The Companions’ difference in fatwas:

  •  Examples of the Companions’ difference of fatwa
  • The diligence of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the diligence of the Companions
  •  The first legal role:

  •  The events of the first jurisprudential role from the era of the Rightly-Guided Caliphs, 11 AH to 40 AH
  • Compilation of the Holy Qur'an



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