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  • Femenism In Islam

    Islam as a religion preaches justice and equality are essential principles deeply rooted within the religion and the Shariah or “Islamic Law”. Islam appeared in the 7th century and came upon an Arabian tribal system grounded in patriarchy. The prophet Muhammad sought to change the established order and make an egalitarian society. The conversion to Islam brought improvements for women where the prophet “strove successfully for the improvement of the economic and legal status of all Moslem…

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  • Shariah And Islam Essay

    focus on his will. The most important concept for describing Islam is the concept of Shari’a, which is a part of the legal implications of these terms. Law is embraced by the terms ilm, which is called learning, and fiqh, which is the understanding or comprehension of the will of God. Fiqh includes private actions and no public impact (Lecture, October 19). All legal and social transactions are encompassed under the Shari’a as the comprehensive principle of the total way of life (Rahman, 101).…

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  • Maliki Madhhab Analysis

    implications. After Malik finished al-Muwatta ,he used to describe it to his students as the entirety of his Madhhab, but would include or substract from it slightly, whenever new data came to him. He used to entirely keep away from hypothesis and theoretical fiqh and in this way his school alluded as the people of hadith (Ahl al-Hadeeth). Methodology: 1: Imam Malik considered the Qur'an to be the essential wellspring of Islamic law and used it without laying any preconditions for its…

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  • Theory Of Ibn Khaldun

    Ibn Khaldun (1332 M-1382 M) His full name is Waliuddin Abdurrahman bin Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Abi Bakr Muhammad ibn al-Hasan, who was then known as Ibn Khaldun. He was born in Tunisia on 1 Ramadan 732 AH / May 27, 1332 M. He died in 1382 at the age of 50 years old. He is well known as a historian and father of sociology who memorized the Koran Islam since childhood. As a Muslim politician, he is also known as the father of Islamic Economics, for his thoughts about the logic of economic theory…

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  • Political Ijtihad In Islam

    energy in the search for a legal opinion to the extent that the faculties of the jurist became incapable of further effort or, in other words, ijtihad is the maximum effort expended by the jurist to master and apply the principles and rules of usul al-fiqh (legal theory) for the purpose of discovering God’s law” (Zia 119). If every mujtahid (an Islamic scholar competent in interpreting sharia by ijtihad) applied their own ijtihad to interpreting religious text, it is highly unlikely…

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  • Islamic Inheritance Law In Indonesia

    In all Indonesia, perhaps no legal issue is more confused, more likely to excite intricate and lively debate among legal professionals and political activists both, than inheritance. This statement, however, was not enough to describe the complicated and complex issue of inheritance in Indonesia. The inheritance affair in Indonesia not only implicated legal professionals, activist, and academics, it also positioning itself as the fundamental of religion consciousness for the larger mass of…

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  • Essay On Islam Legal Practices

    claiming him for leading the Islamic world as caliph adopted some set of rules as legislative codes. This was against Islamic tradition and the way it was being practiced, Islamic tradition was always unwritten and codifying it was somehow against fiqh or sharia because they were never meant to be codified. Sharia is not codified because it allows different opinions of scholars to be heard and it allows system of flexibility in itself and by codifying laws they were limiting those flexibilities.…

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  • Jamiat Ulama I Islam Case Study

    • Jamiat Ulama-i-Islam, JUI-F: The history and orientation of Jamiat Ulama-i-Islam (JUI) dates back to the Dar-ul-Ulum Deoband which became a reference point of Sunni intellectual activity in 1867 when this Madrasa was established but actually it was formed in 1945 when members like Shabir Ahmad Usmani broke from the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind to support All India Muslim League by joining the Pakistan cause in the Indian subcontinent. Its first president was Allama Shabir Ahmed Usmani.…

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  • Fasting: The Five Pillars Of Faith

    evil desires. When the followers of Jesus asked him how to cast the evil spirits away, he is reported to have said, "But this kind never comes out except by prayer and fasting.” Different types of Fasts Reprehensible fasts: It is specified in al-Fiqh 'ala al-madhahib al-'arba'ah that it is makruh to single out Fridays and Saturdays for fasting. So is fasting upon the arrival of Now Ruz (21st March) in the sentiment of every last one of schools with the exception of the Shafi'i, and fasting on…

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  • The Importance Of Liberalism In Islam

    interpretation by the scholars. In recent years, there is a tendency towards fundamentalism. Modern scholars believe the Islamic Jurisprudence should be renewed, and the classic jurist should lose their special status. This require formulating a new fiqh suitable for current society. It aims is not to challenge the fundamental of Islam, but to clear away the misinterpretation and to free the way for renewal of the previous Islamic world as center of freedom and modern thoughts. Liberal movement…

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