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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.
Because, like in the Quran, at the start there is no  Bismillah (as opposed to most other suras which do start  with Bismillah). This is probably because when it was revealed to  Prophet Muhammad (saw/pbuh), it was never said. In a different  surah (Surah Naml), Bismillah is recited twice.
most scholars give fitwa that life insurance is permitted in islam  and this is an contract between a company and a person under its  terms.
 The word "shari'ah"or Shaia literally means "a way." In Islamic  terminology, it means the legal system of Islam which muslims must  act according the shariah in all aspects of their life . Total and  unqualified submission to the will of Allah (God) is the  fundamental tenet of Islam:...
Intention {niyyah}  is the criterion of value in every act and allah gives reward or  accepts our action according our intention .also in so many quran  verses, the phrase "in the way of Allah" {fi   sabilillah}  is often used warning for people to ensure that their actions and  intentions...
Hadith is something narrated by Prophet Mohammed peace be upon him, whereas Quran is a book of guidance from Allah.    Answer:   The Quran is, in Islamic theology, the Word of God of which the Arabic version is a perfect copy while the Hadith are the recorded doings of Muhammad and the...
In the surah of An-nisa ,11th and 12th verses all laws are  inheritance are mentioned in general :    Allah charges you concerning your children, for a male like the  share of two females. if they are women, above two, they shall have  two thirds of what he left, but if she is one, then to...
"Kami adalah kaum yang tidak akan makan kecuali apabila lapar dan apabila kami makan tidak sampai terlalu kenyang." (Hadis Abu Daud)[1]
in islam law, one of the condition of marriage is age of puberty  for boy and girl .   fifteen lunar years for boys and nine lunar years for girls.
 Principal divisions of shariah :   The two principal divisions of the shariah are based on the subject  categories of legal rules.   The first category is that of the Ibadat. These comprise the  believer's duties vis-à-vis the deity. this icludes salat,  hajj,zakat.sawm .   The other...
No. Sharia Law is incompatible with Democracy as practiced in the majority of non-Islamic nations in that its doctrine leaves no no room forr an independent Judicial Branch.
The Sunni canon of hadith called the six major Hadith collections,  includes: Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Sunan  Abu Dawood, Al-Sunan al-Sughra, Sunan al-Tirmidhi  and Sunan ibn Majah.   Imam al-Bukhari and Muslim Ibn Al -Hajjaj considered the most  reliable leader ship of hadith...
Islamic Jurisprudence is applicable every where every time.
Islam law is based on Quran and Sunnah (prophet Muhammad sayings and practices).
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...
The basic Islam religion principle is to deal with all religions and cultures peacefully, kindly, and with respect. However, if Muslims got subject to invasion by any people, including Christians, Jews, or any religion or culture, then sure those invaders will be enemies and should resisted. In the...
there are five sharia law which followed by most muslims:   1.Jafari school(shia figh )    2.maliki school    3. Hanafi school    4.Shafi'i school    5. Hanbali school    The Hanafi School has the largest number of adherents, followed by  the Shafi'i School.
If the hadith is authentic enough and reliable in the Rijalscholars' point of view then yes, any hadith that have beennarrated from the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) or Imams or companionsare considered as traditions or Sunna , but since both Shia andSunni agree that there are dozens of fabricated and...
Shia Muslims believe that just as a prophet is appointed by God alone, only God has the prerogative to appoint the successor to his prophet. They believe God chose Ali to be Muhammad's successor, infallible, the first caliph (khalifa, head of state) of Islam. Muhammad, before his death, designated...
Sharia stands for Shariat. Shariat means the laws, rules and the  guidance according to which a Muslim should lead his life. Shariat  is based on the Qur'an, Sunna, Fiqh and Ijtihad.
No. Islamic dietary is like a kosher diet you cannot eat milk with meat.
The two main indispensable sources of principles & laws in Islam are the Holy Quran which contains The Almighty Allah's speech , & Al-Sunnah which contains the details of every day in the life of the prophet Muhammad PBUH, what he said,what he did, what he allowed the Muslims to do, what he...
The man termed strong in the light of Hadith is the one who can control his anger and not the one who can wrestle his opponent to the ground.
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...
Assalaamu alaikum.Hijab for menPeople usually only discuss 'hijab' in the context of women. However, in theGlorious Qur'an, Allah (swt) first mentions 'hijab' for men before 'hijab' for thewomen. The Qur'an mentions in Surah Noor:"Say to the believing men that they should lower their gaze and...
All Muslim countries. In addition, these laws exist in Muslim communities elsewhere, This law is codes of conduct.
Please give a specific example for a more specific answer.
Sharia law derives form the teachings contained in the Koran.See below link:
The entire question is just plain ridiculous.
Islamic law is a religous set of rules to determine what is right and wrong. The law in the US declares itself nonreligous and sets down what is allowed and not allowed not what is right and wrong.
The branch of Islam that believes that Ali, Muhammad's (S) son-in-law, should have been the successor to Muhammad is Shi'a Islam, commonly referred to as Shi'ism. They believe that, just as Allah chooses the prophets, he chooses the successors to the prophets as well. They say that Allah chose Ali...
Try to impose Sharia on your own self at least. Try to preach  Islamic teachings in your surroundings and among your near and dear  ones.
The six articles of faith are the main beliefs of Islam. All Muslims share these:1. GodIslam preaches that there is only one Supreme, Eternal, Infinite and Unparallel entity, Allah (God). He alone is the creator of all the universe. Quran declares "That is God, your Lord. There is no god but Him,...
Because it clarifies to the Muslims what they have to do , what they can do & what they mustn't do in their daily life in all situations , in their treatments with each other & with all people.
Islam great emphasis on sanitation. Wazu and Ghusal are proof of  it. Accrding to a very famous saying of the holy Prophet (SAW):  Cleaniness is half Faith - Eeman.
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...
Shariah laws are derived from the Quran and the authentic tradition of prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him) thus the laws are perfect as God is all perfect, all wise and all knowing thus Shariyah laws can not be wrong.
The Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) was described by his noble wife, 'Aa'ishah (May Allah be pleased with her) as a "walking Quran": in other words, he didn't just read and recite the Quran, he lived it.
Yes. After Muhammad's death, Muslim scholars drew up the Shariah  (or Sharia), a law code that provides believers with a set of  practical laws to regulate their daily lives.
No, I don't know thing so. Cause he isn't your blood or related to u in anyway expect by sister's marriage. Your brother in law if you are female is either you husbands brother or the husband of your sister, so i assume you must mean the brother of your sisters husband. This is two sisters marring...
False The truth is that Sharia law is based on: . the holy book Quran . the Sunnah. Quran is the holy book per God revelation to prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel. Quran is human authored and written text. Quran is God true words and not human words. The sunnah is prophet...
One should study hadith because of good guide line which did not cover in Quran.
Allowing fornication and allowing homosexuality are against Sharia (Islamic law)
The Sunnah refers to the commands, prohibitions, sayings, actions and tacit approvals of the Messenger of Allah. The whole of the Sunnah falls under the command of Allah in His Book: The hadeeth refers to a combination of a text and a chain of narration beginning from the Prophet and ending at the...
  Apparently, some schools say that this is not allowed. You are supposed to stay steady and immobile during recitation of all dhikr, so moving your hand invalidates your prayer. Those who do move their hands, claim they are bearing witness to God's unity, and to the Prophet's prophet-hood.
The five pillars of Islam are the bases of the faith that every Muslim must complete. They are the shehada (declaration of faith), prayer 5 times a day, completion of the hajj (holy pilgrimage to Mecca) at least once in your lifetime, paying zakat (Islamic taxes, like tithe) every year, and fasting...
The main teaching aspects in the shariah include: . ritual worship rules . morals and conduct . inheritance rules . rules for marriage, divorce, contracting, traveling, ... etc.
Sunnah is based upon prophet Muhammad (PBUH) sayings and practices.the prophet Muhammad's deeds and traditions during his ministry.
Islamic law prohibits slavery. However, on the start of the Islamic religion; per Quran revelation to prophet Muhammad (PBUH; slavery was popular allover the world. Accordingly, many rules were mentioned in Quran and prophet Muhammad (PBUH) sunnah to limit and free the already present slavery and...
Yes, Islam teachings and rules rely primarily on the God holy book Quran and the hadith (sayings and practices of prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him)
The holy Qur'an, Sunna, and the compilation of books on Islamic  Jurisprudence by many Imams like Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Yousaf and  Imam Muhammad.    The above books are used by all Muslims, not just Pakistanis.
Hadith is not an Islamic scripture. Hadith is a saying of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
The sources of Islamic law are: 1. The holy Qur'an.2. The Sunna (the practice)/Hadith (the saying) of the Holy Prophet (MPBUH) including the practice of the majority of the Companions of the Prophet (MPBUH) 3. Fiqah (The Muslim Jurisprudence)- The laws derived by the Muslim Jurists keeping in view...
Many countires incorporate the islamic law into their laws such as  Saudi Arabia and Yemen and so on...
Sunna is the practice, and Hadith is the saying of the holy Prophet  (SAW).
Hadith is prophet Muhammad (PBUH) saying. Quran is real God words revealed to prophet Muhammad (PBUH) through the Angel Gabriel (Jibril). Hadith text may be different in wording according to narrator precision and capacity of memorising exactly prophet Muhammad words. However, Quran is preserved...
Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and fair preaching , and argue with them in a way that is best Al-Quran 16:125
France. But there are too many Muslims masallah that they protested. The French Government is still thinking about it, but there is a big possibility that it will not pass.
Islamic Law, or Shariah must be applied in any Islamic state. Nowadays there is no Islamic state, just countries where the Constitution and the laws are more or less inspired from the Shariah. All the countries that have Muslim population as a majority have altered laws from the Shariah. People tend...
all her body can seen by the husband and vis versa
Hadith is an Arabic word that means 'saying' when said hadith that it means a saying of prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Its plural is Ahadith (that means sayings). Hadith science is the science that deals with study of prophet Muhammad (PBUH) sayings (or Ahadith) regarding their authenticity, ritual...
many Hadith and verses of Quran. but mainly hadith of Ghadir. Shia and Sunni have mostly same beliefs and both believe in fundamental beliefs of Islam. Today there is up to 260 sects in Islam that are in two main categories of shia and sunni. the conflict of shia and sunni has been always...
The hadith book that is believed to be almost 100 percent authentic is Sahih al-Bukhari (صحيح البخاري‎). Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani quoted Aboo Ja'far al-'Uqailee as saying, "After Bukhari had written the Sahih, he read it to Ali ibn al-Madini, Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Yahya ibn Ma'in as well as...
Scholars differ. No one knows exactly. Some say only two. Others  say 40.
Muhammad Ibn Ismail Ibn Ibrahim Ibn al-Mughirah Ibn Bardizbah al-Bukhari lived during the Abbasid Dynasty.
Common law dervied from England, and was not established until 1189. Sharia law goes back to the 9th century.It should be noted that Common Law did not spring up whole in 1189, but rather drew from centuries of past thought, even drawing from Roman and Biblical times. Similarly, Sharia law derives...
A fatwa, handed down by a recognized authority, is an edict on a  point of Islamic law. Is it estimated that the Muslim population of  the world is roughly 1.6 billion.
They are community courts within a society. They have no legal standing
Shria law is based on the holy Qur'an. The second source is the  Sunna. It is also based on Fiqh and Ijtihad.
The 2nd source is Sunnah: Sunnah is the traditions or known practices of the Prophet Muhammad, many of which have been recorded in the volumes of Hadith literature. The resources include many things that he said, did, or agreed to -- and he lived his life according to the Quran, putting the...
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yes, but should not distract you from ritual worships and from doing other good deeds for yourself and your community.
Sharia law is for the Muslims. It permits the followers of all  other religion to lead their life according to their own religion  and traditions. The Hindus celebrate Deewali, the Christians  celebrate X-mas.
Its the Islamic Law Code... laws, rules, of islam.
A Critical Reaction to Coulson - Islamic Law It is the weakness of the Islamic legal system that caused it to become progressively less effective at promoting the very ideals it was designed to safeguard. N. J. Coulson argues in his Doctrine and Practice in Islamic Law that there is a significant...
Bible is a book of Allah, revealed to prophet Jesus. All Muslims believe in all prophets of God. Except that christians believe not in it. That is why they produce their own versions.
Barbarism in this aspect means peace. Because in some modern versions of the bible, barbaric is a term used to describe peacefull. All Muslims believe in peacefulness of the Sharia law
Sharia laws are laws based on the Quran; the holy book of Islam. _____________________________________________________________ Sharia law is based on:Quran, Muslims holy book revealed by God to prophet Muhammad (PBUH),Sunnah, prophet Muhammad (PBUH) teachings (sayings and practices),Qias, comparing...
Imam Bukhari was born on July 20, 810.
Imam Bukhari was born on July 20, 810.
Zikr of Allah Abu Darda (PBUH) narrated that Rasool Allah (PBUH) said, "Should I not tell you of such a thinga which are the best and purest deeds in the court of your Lord, high in ranks (darajat), better for you then spending gold and silver (in Allah's path), and better than slaying the neck of...
Sure. A Muslim has to follow the Islamic teachings in all aspects of life including marriage.
The punishment is the curse of Allah (god in English) and being expelled out from Allah mercy. Taking bribes, paying them to a bribe recipient, and mediating between the two are forms of major sins. Proof for the foregoing is what was related by Ahmad, Abu Dawud, Al-Tirmidhy, and Ibn Majah on the...
The name of the Islamic Holy Law is called Shari'ah. It is the law that we, Muslims, rely on. Also, the Holy Quran and Hadith as well. The Shari'ah tells us between haraam and halal. It also tells us about the good and evils of this world.Good luck!
The US Constitution forbids the use of any law based on religion. Sharia is a code of Islamic Law based on the teachings of Mohamed. Just as the Constitution forbids government to enforce the Cannon Law of the Roman Catholic Church, it also forbids the government to enforce Sharia.Of course,...
Contraceptive is allowed in Islam if pregnancy causes health problems to the mother and endangers her. Also it is allowed if the husband can't afford big family expenses.
Islam religion has four main 'hadith', viz.: hadith Marfu', hadith Mawquf, hadith Mursal and hadith Qudsi. Among the four 'hadiths', hadith Qudsi is generally considered holy, second to the Qur'an.
Before, the Europe passed through the Dark Ages, without laws or simply lawless. During that time, Islam came and radiated its light throughout the neighbring Europe and Asia.To make the long story short, the American laws are very much an influence of Islamic laws. Check it fro the history of Islam...
Truthfully, I don't understand what you mean when you say imams route, but I will try my best to answer...When an imam gives a lecture, khutba, dars, (whatever way you call it) often they need to provide proof. Some don't. It is best that the Imam, when giving a lecture, provides proof and examples...
a.Islamic law was more tolerant in defining the legal position of women.
Basically, you worship Allah (God in English) as one and only one God with no partner, no son, no companion, and no associate. Then, do good for your life, neighbors, community, mankind, and nature and commit yourself with God commands regarding what you should do and what you are not allowed to do....
YES, they all believe in it but unfortunately, not all of them practice it
hadith is what the prophet muhammed say
Taking bribes, paying them to a bribe recipient, and mediating between the two are forms of major sins. Proof for the foregoing is what was related by Ahmad, Abu Dawud, Al-Tirmidhy, and Ibn Majah on the authority of `Abdullah ibn `Amr that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: "May the...
All Muslim laws are derived from Quran (Muslims holy book) and Sunnah (prophet Muhammad sayings and practices). These laws include ritual worships, morals and conduct, marriage & divorce, inheritance, contracting, loans, treating non Muslims, forbidden food and drinks, allowed cloth dressing, .....
Hadith (حديث) means "saying", "phrase", "event", "occurrence", or  in some cases "currently".    However, the term Hadith is also used to refer to collections of  stories about Muhammad from which an Islamic jurisprudential  concept can be derived. The two most prominent Hadith...