Shariʻah law: an introduction
Providing a comprehensive and accessible examination of Shari'ah Law, this well considered introduction examines the sources, characteristic features and various schools of thought of a system often stereotyped for its severity in the West. Complete with a bibliography, glossary, and extensive index of Arabic quotations, this wide-ranging resource will prove an indispensable resource for Islamic students, and an informative guide to a complex topic for the general reader.
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Nature Sources and Objectives of Shariah
Characteristic Features of Shariah
The Leading Schools of Law Madhdhib
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Abu Zahrah Ahmad al-Din al-Shafi'i Allah Arab basic caliph century chapter civil clear text concerning consensus constitute contract disagreement divorce dmaldt doctrine evidence example fatwd fiqh freedom goals hadith Hanafi Hanbali hudud ibdddt Ibn Qayyim Ibn Taymiyyah ijmd ijtihdd ikhtildf illah Imam individual interpretation Islamic law Islamic parties issues istihsdn judge jurisprudence jurists justice Kamali leading legal maxims legislation madhhab Madinah Madkhal madrasah mainly Malaysia Maliki maqdsid marriage maslahah matters means Mejelle modern moral Muhammad mujtahid Muslim countries Muslim world nasihah noted objectives offence offiqh ofShari'ah person political principles Prophet punishment qiyds Qur'an and Sunnah reference reform religion religious rules of Shari'ah scholars schools of law scope Shafi'i Shan'ah Shari Shari'ah Shatibi Shi'ite Shi'ite law siydsah shar iyyah society sources specific statutory suicide bombing Sunni taqlid tawhid themes tion ulamd Umar usul al-fiqh valid verse wasatiyyah whereas zakah