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Hadiths, Sharia, and Fiqh (Islamic Law)

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There are numerous elements in the Islamic Legal Corpus that do not end at the Qur'an. The Hadiths concern various events or sayings during Muhammad's life that confirm or explain various Islamic traditions. Islamic Jurists, called Faqihs/Fuqahaa', have interpreted the Qur'an, Hadiths, and the Biography of Prophet to determine the proper laws and codes in Islam. This jurisprudential study is called Fiqh and the final corpus of laws is called Sharia.
Divorce instruction according to Quran, Surah 65:1-6.  In Islam, there is something called Al-Esma which is the right to divorce. Only one spouse could have this and its usually the husband unless she asks for it when they marry. whoever has Al-Esma can divorce by saying the word, I divorce y…
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Answer Sharia law is not practised in Syria it is Secular to some extent.
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No. Although "Shari'a Lilyehud" (شريعة لليهود) is the Arabic term for Jewish Religious Law, the proper Hebrew term for this is "Halakha" (הלכה), which has been carried into English discourse. "Shari'a" in typical English usage refers to Islamic Religious Law which is "Shari'ia" (شر…
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Answer He who amongst you sees something abominable should modify it with the help of his hand( activism, organization, movement ); and if he has not strength enough to do it, then he should do it with his tongue( by seaking out against it ), and if he has not strength enough to do it, (even) the…
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Sharia is the sacred law of Islam. All Muslims believe Sharia is God's law, but they have differences among themselves as to exactly what it entails. Modernists, traditionalists and fundamentalists all hold different views, as do adherents to different schools of Islamic thought and scholarship. Dif…
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Islamic code of laws.
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Answer Islamic law is a figment of a man's imagination and very dangerous to non-islams. If one reads their holy book this jumps right off the pages. answer yes, It is not man-made, that's why it is perfect. If you see the UN- statestics, you see that countries with "sharia" have the lowest …
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Salam This isn't the exact words, but I'll try my best: There will be an army from the East (meaning Khorasan [where the sun rises]) with black flags. Even if you have to crawl of ice, join them... Which means that there will be a man from Khorasan named Muhammad ibn Abdullah (Imam Al-Mahdi) a…
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Ihsan (or Ehsan or Ahsan or احسان) is an Arabic term meaning "perfection" or "excellence." In Islam, Ihsan is the Muslim responsibility to obtain perfection, or excellence, in worship, such that Muslims try to worship God (Arabic Allah) as if they see Him, and although they cannot see Him, they…
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We can think of Islamic dietary laws in levels of importance, or unanimity in the Muslim community. Practicing Muslims would unanimously agree that they should not consume - 1) Alcohol 2) Pork 3) The meat of Carnivorous animals (except those that live in the sea) In terms of permissable foods, …
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The various laws and constitution amendment were made in line with Islamic laws in West Africa. Some of the laws were directly borrowed from Islam.
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The Five Pillars of Islam Which are 1)shahaddah2)sallat3)zakkah4)ramadan5)hajj
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The Islamic laws:(Shariah/FIQH)A collection of laws for our daily needs including prayers, food, marriage, rights of parents and children, business dealing, borrowing, responsibility and rights towards human being and animals, burial, punishment, war, treaty etc. From birth to burial/death all inclu…
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first obtain a BA/ MA from an Islamic univeristy, then complete a law degree
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kindness in quran means being forgiving, giving all you have to others, dont have anything from yourself, not envying, not getting angry, take whatever the world gives you. as the more you practice it the better you'll get at it.
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Translated from Arabic, it means 'The Law'. It is used for the Islamic Law.
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The Word of Allah (which means god in Arabic) is considered Islamic Law and is written in the Qur'an by the prophet Mohammed himself. It took him 22 years to write it. Subsequently questions of religious practice and belief came up which were not exactly addressed by the words of the Qur'an or could…
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Countries using strict forms of Sharia Law include: Death for Blasphemy: 1. Afghanistan 2. Bahrain 3. Iran 4. Mauritania 5. Oman 6. Pakistan 7. Yemen 8. Saudi Arabia 9. Gaza Imprisonment for Blasphemy: 1. Algeria 2. Bangladesh 3. Egypt 4. Iraq 5. Kuwait 6. Libya 7. Malaysia 8.…
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General Answer Al-Hadith (الحديث) is an Arabic word that means talk, saying, or event. Its plural is Al-Ahadith (الأحاديث) that means sayings. So, Al-Ahadith mean the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) that are collected based on specific rules and conditions to be follow…
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1.Az-Zakat 2.Al-Ushr3.Al-Khums4.Al-Jizyah5.Al-Fai6.Al-Kharaj7.Miscellaneous SourcesIf you need further detailed reply please contace on saifullahkhan_81@yahoo.com
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in islam its important to love and give symphaty to relatives
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Answer 1 The Shari'ah is the text that determined Islamic Law. It is a combination of the Quran and writings about it. Answer 2 Shariah is Islamic laws that Muslims must follow in order to be protected. Answer 3 The word Shariah (in Arabic Shari3a - شريعة) derives both from the words Sha…
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Answer The highest law in Islam is The Holy Quran And Only ALLAH alone knows best!
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Answer Islamic Laws are Called Sharia or Fiqh.Islam is a peacefull religion and its teachings are so pure and healing that nobody can say No.Islam have 5 pillars. Bearing witness that there is no God but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah Observance of Prayer Paying Zakat Fast…
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it would be that the UK is now an Islamic country. Islam is a forceful religion that does not consider some basic human rights. Take for example the Nigerian senator that married a 13 year old girl at 57 and was proud to say that he was protected under the sharia law. if it was introduced in the UK …
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Dr Rowan Williams made his controversial statements about Britons being able to choose between Shariah and English law during a lecture at the London Royal Courts of Justice in London. The comments were also repeated in an even more forthright manner in an interview on the BBC Radio Four's World at …
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Answer 1 The most important four books are: Sahih Al-BukhariSahih MuslimSunan Abu-DawudMalik's Muwatta The most famous of them is Sahih Al-Bukhari Answer 2 Shi'a Muslims do not use the six major hadith collections followed by the Sunni, as they do not trust many of the Sunni narrators and transmitt…
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Islamic Laws are enshrined in the Holy Quran (Allah's words, as revealed to His last prophet, Muhammad via His archangel Jibril) and the Sunnah (the sayings and traditions of Prophet Muhammad). Together they form explicit guidance for all Musllims worldwide to follow as a way of life under what is t…
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Sharia, or al sharia, is Arabic for "the law." The word is generally used to refer to the Islamic law derived from the Koran and from the writings and reported actions of the Prophet Mohammad.
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The Shariah.
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This is a question about inheritance under Islamic Law. Under Islamic Law when both parents have passed away the parents assets are traditionally divided and passed to the children on the basis of 1 share per female child and 2 shares per male child. However, the division of 2 shares per male child…
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Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) Has Not told Any Body Or To Even Enemies About Islam Until Quran Surat Was Made Until Allahs Permission Was Granted To Talk About It. After The Permission Was Granted He Never Talked About Unlogical Things Only Logical That Was In A Surat. He Didn't Force Or used any kind of …
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They are four main sources:The Quran: Muslims believe the Quran to be the direct words of Allah, as revealed to and transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad. All sources of Islamic law must be in essential agreement with the Quran, the most fundamental source of Islamic knowledge. When the…
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"Western Law" is based on Christian values, as found in the Bible, and based on the Old Testament. "Islamic Law" or "Sharia" is based on the Koran, and the same "Old Testament" scriptures with prophets, psalms and God-given instructions for living. These are exactly the same. So when they claim tha…
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Fiqh means Islamic Law. Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) is the methodology of finding out the truth from the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet (SM). The scholars of Islam, called the Faqih, uses this methodology also to derive new meanings from a more general verdict in order to make the rellgion of…
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1. RevelationThe Prophet's(sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) sayings and actions were primarily based on revelation from Allah and, as such, must be considered a fundamental source of guidance second only to the Qur'an. Allah in the Qur'an said concerning the Prophet:Your companion [Muhammad] has not st…
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al-Bukhari collected over 300,000 hadith and included only 2,602 traditions in his Sahih
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Shar'iah Law has several sources from which to draw its guiding principles. It does not rely upon one source for its broad knowledge base. The first and primary element of Shar'iah Law is the Qur'an. It is the final arbitrator and there is no other appeal. The second element of Shar'iah Law is known…
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The Qur'an and Sunnah and Islamic Jurisprudence.
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Following are general rules Only Muslims will be given human rights including freedom of speech. Non Muslims are not humans. Non Muslims are free to get deceived anytime. (This is known as AL TAQIYYA) A Muslim can abuse as many Non - Muslims & their GODs as he wants but a Non Muslim cannot ab…
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Just like all other religions, Islam prohibits many actions, deeds, practices and even foods which are harmful to mankind. It forbids drinking, adultery, killing, stealing, forgery... etc. • The Islamic Shariah (Laws of Islam) Shariah is the divine code of practice which guides a Muslim in all…
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Well, the Shariah is based on the Qu'ran and the Sunnah. It also teaches proper conduct and things that the two don't.
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Answer 1 The Quran and Hadith are most important two sources of the Islamic law (or Shariaa). Quran is the Muslims holy book that reflects real Allah (or God and same God worshiped in Christianity and Judaism) words revelation to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through the angel Jibril (or Gab…
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the Islamic law code is called sharia
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A true Muslim should spend all his life according to the teachings of Shariah. A Muslim should get up one hour before the break of dawn and offer Tahajjad Prayer (NOT Obligatory) He should offer Fajr - Morning Prayer preferably in the Mosque. He should recite a part of the holy Qur'an and try to un…
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The Islamic law is called the Sharia. Shariah is the comprehensive Muslim law derived form two sources, a) the Quran b) the Sunnah or traditions of Prophet Muhammad (P). It covers every aspect of daily individual and collective living. The purpose of Islamic laws are protection of individuals' basic…
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The Islamic law is different from the US because Islam law is a religious law, not for a country, but for a belief. So while Muslims read the same books of Moses in their Koran as Christians have in the Bible, we should be able to compare. You can drink beer and wine in most Muslim countries, becau…
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Here are 5 examples of behaviors that shari' ah regulates instead: forbiddendiscouragesallowedrecommendedobligatory
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Zuhar ki namaz ka time kab se kab tak hota hao ..... Aise hi panchon waqt ki namazon ka waqt kab se kab tak ho ta hai ....... Hadith ke hawale se batane ki zehmat karein ..Jaza-Kallah-khair,
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Answer 1A hadith is a saying of Muhammad or a report about something he did. Over time, during the first few centuries of Islam, it became obvious that many so-called hadith were in fact spurious sayings that had been fabricated for various motives, at best to encourage believers to act righteously …
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The holy book of the Muslims is called the Qura'an. It contains the Text revealed to the last Prophet Muhammad (May peace and blessings of Allah Karim be upon him) through the Arch Angel Hazrat Jibraiel (Gabraiel). It is the word of Almighty God. It does not contain even a single word uttered by the…
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A hadith is an Islamic tradition. It means a report of the teachings, sayings and deeds of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
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They never did. Saudi Arabia is mainly concerned with a version of Islam that is solely disturbed by women and how they should cover their bodies and hair; you see Saudi clerics all day long on TV preaching this and not that; how it is an awful sin to fornicate, etc., but they don't really base anyt…
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Islamic Law is considered sacred by Muslims, whilst law in the US has been discussed and argued and decided on by elected people that shared the same scripture in the Christian Bible.Islamic Law is enshrined in the Holy Quran (the Last Testament) (Bible: Old Testament) and the Sunnah (the sayings &a…
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The Islam Law Code was the Shari'a HUNTERPHARRIES + MEGANCATER
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Living according to Islam, in its original form, does not mean living in the past. There is no restriction on progress and technological advancement; it is just that there are laws which never change. These laws are applicable to every time and place. It may be argued that the West, having fallen in…
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Softa (Turkish origin)
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shira law
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Evil is a point of view, not a state of being. If your values are opposed to those in the Qur'an, you may consider Sharia law to be evil. If you believe in the Qu'ran, then you will probably not think it is evil. Answer 2: Sharia laws are not evil. Sharia laws are those laws which have to be used in…
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praying fast punishment for sinaccording to Islam hand (only fingers) of a thief should be cut. (but with having many conditions)
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read how life in the muslam world was like and see what similarities you haveA Muslim should get up one hour before the break of dawn and offer Tahajjad Prayer (NOT Obligatory)2. He should offer Fajr - Morning  Prayer preferably in the Mosque.3. He should recite a part of the holy Qur'an and tr…
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This is from bukhari shareef:"There wilol be people from my um,ah who will seek to make lwaful drinking fornication, and the use of mazif" the word mazif means musical instrument. Aperson who listens to music, it is the same as eating pork and drinknig wine. which is NOT premissable i islam.
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If your husband married a second wife under the Islamic ceremony, the husband still would have to respect the laws of the English registry. In Islam, it was granted the men can marry up to 4 wives only because the women were outnumbering the men because of war. However, in this time period, that is …
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Sharia is the moral code and religious law of Islam. It comes from the Quran and from the Sunnah, and is similar to the Christian Old Testament law. ______________________________________________________________ Sharia law is based on:Quran, Muslims holy book revealed by God to prophet Muhammad (PBU…
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The words Hadith and Sunnah have been used to mean the same thing. They can also be used to signify different but related things.A Hadith is considered a saying of Muhammad (peace be upon him). His sayings are part of what makes up the Sunnah.The Sunnah includes everything. His sayings (plural: Ahaa…
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Hadith is what Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said while Sunnah is what he (prophet) did.
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yes its absolutely haram!! it is a multi-level marketing pyramid fraud.. it is a scam and like with every opther pyramid scheme . the market will eventually saturate and there will be no more prospective buyers of the fraudulent product that are sold on the basis of greed alone. and then these fraud…
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As Muslims, the Ottomans followed Islamic law. But there were topics not fully covered by Islamic law---criminal law and taxation, for example. So the sultans passed laws to address such situations. Suleyman organized these laws into a legal code that could effectively govern the vast and expanding …
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they lead them to peace and prosperity by spreading equality and promoting peace
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it didnt change lolololololool
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Muslim - Indian? In the US you can only get married once. The clergyman who signs the certificate is the marrying officer. Should you be of the Catholic faith, a second marriage is not permitted... You may, howevr enter into a valid marriaged with a non-catholic if you were to go to your local par…
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It is a basic Islam principle not to force people to convert to Islam and not to force non Muslims to be judged according to Islam law. In Quran it is mentioned explicitly that Christians should be judged according to their Bible and Jews to be judged according to their Torah unless a non Muslim ask…
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While there is no country that "perfectly" implements Shari'a Law, since Muslims usually claim that perfect implementation would lead to a utopia and no Islamic country has that, Iran and Saudi Arabia attempt to do so with varying degrees of success. Of course, neither country is a utopia by any str…
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a Muslim could use it to find out how Muhammad would deal with a certain situation or as reasurrance that everyone gets angry
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The "five pillars" are the main obligatory practices (the testimony that there is no god but the One God, the five daily prayers, paying 2 1/2 percent every year for the poor, fasting in ramadan, and the pilgrimmage to Mecca) The Shariah is the entire Law of God - which gives guidance in all matters…
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I think both IJMA & QIYAS are indirectly related to the legal teachings of Holy Qur'an and Sunnah as the Consensus (Ijma) cannot be possible to conduct unless it is verified that the developed consensus are not against the spirit of the teachings of Qur'an by all Muslim Jurists; similarly, Qiyas…
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Sharia is formed by both Quran and Sunnah (that is the sayings and practices of prophet Muhammad; peace be upon him). Quran and Sunnah guide all aspects of life of Muslim men and women; including but not limited to: ritual worshipsmoralsmarriage and divorceforbidden food and drinksclothing rulesrela…
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im not sure on muslims views on stewardship but it is probably pretty similar too the christian view as the two religions are actually very similar, they actually share the same beliefs. christians believe that it is their duty in parts of genesis for example god actually commands all humans to look…
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The term used in the quran is that in the hereafter, you will either enter in bliss into gardens of growth, or the fire of etc etc http://tinyurl.com/gardensofblisandfelicity http://tinyurl.com/gardensofparadisequran http://tinyurl.com/hellandthequran
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Hadith is the Arabic word for "saying". Hadith is the saying of the prophet Muhammad PBUH & we Muslims are commanded by Allah in the holy Quran to obey the prophet & to follow all His Sunnah.An authentic Hadith is important because it has a command or a recommendation or a prohibition from t…
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Yes, according to Sharia, women should be granted the same rights as men They should, but they don't. they are beaten, mutilated, electrocuted, raped, buried alive, burned, stabbed, tortured, made to wear the prison garb, burkas, strangled, drowned, stoned, and beaten. Women are only given rights as…
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The Shariah.
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Judaism and Islam both have legal systems built into the religion: halakha and sharia, respectively. Christianity does have partial legal codices, but nothing as all encompassing as the religious legal systems of halakha or sharia.
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sha-rya
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Calling Muslims to perform ritual worships, adopting good morals, doing good deeds, and following Quran and prophet Muhammad (PBYH) teachings. Refer to related question below.
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Please give a specific example for a more specific answer.
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Hellow, Sister :- I am a Muslim and i student.... And the answer of Your question is that :::: It is like you ask me that you make a car which has one tyre of bicycle and the other tyre of truck and whether it will run????????????????????????????????? My Answer will be definitely this that how it…
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1. Holy Quran2. Sunnah of Muhammad peace be upon Him.
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This is not my (Prioktan918's) answer, which can be seen in the above Expert Answer. This is the view of an unnamed Sunni Muslim contributor with whose opinions on the subject of Sufism I respectfully disagree. Unfortunately, the Answer-system is improperly giving me credit for his views. If the S…
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definition of preemtion
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1. Profession of Faith 2. Prayer. 3. Giving of Alms. 4. Fasting during Ramadan. 5. Hajj - Pilgrimage to Mecca.
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It is permissible according to most Muslim scholars. Islam is not against science it works with science
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A Muslim is always considers to be a Muslim unless he choose to change his religion...but that's not acceptable in Islam..........
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