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Ijma and legislation in Islam

Mohammed Abdul Khadeer

Ijma and legislation in Islam

by Mohammed Abdul Khadeer

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Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islamic law -- Interpretation and construction.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [i]-iv (3rd group)

    StatementMohammed Abdul Khadeer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 146, iv p. ;
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4866982M
    LC Control Number75907813

      This is the post on the topic of the Muslim (Sharia) Law & Jurisprudence - Quran, Sunnah, Ijma, Qiyas and Ijtehad. The post is tagged and categorized under in Articles, Education News Tags. For more content related to this post you can click on labels link.   In early Islam it was common practice and later it integrated with early Islamic philosophy. It slowly fell out of practice in Sunni fiqh for several reasons, particularly due to the efforts of the Asharite theologians, most notably al-Ghazali whose book The Incoherence of the Philosophers was the most celebrated statement of the view that.

    TLDR: What sources of legislation are valid in Shia Islam? Given that Shia Islam varies greatly (asharis vs. rafidees). I will explain by an analogy in Sunni Islam what I'm looking for. In Sunni Islam, there is consensus that you derive rulings from the following sources (in order, because of their strength of the higher level over the lower. Chapter XXVIII - Ijma’ - The Third. Foundation of Islamic Laws. Ijma’ literally means “unanimity” of opinion on a certain solution. The sunni Muslims style themselves ahlus-Sunna wal-jamâ’, i.e. the people of tradition and Muslim theology, the term ijmâ’expresses the unanimous consent of the learned doctors of theology who are termed mujtahids or those who exert.

    The basis of ijma may be a text from the Qur’an and sunna, or it may equally be an analogical argument, custom, or other types of ijtihad.-There are two types of ijma’: 1. Express consensus, which is when all mujtahids agree on a matter in an explicit and clear manner; each of them articulates his opinion, and they all coincide. 2.   Assalamu Alaikum In Islam there are 4 main sources: 1) al-Quran al-Karim: the uncreated and eternal word of Allah swt. 2) al-Sunnah: the life, deeds and sayings of the Prophet saw. 3) al-Ijma: the consensus of the scholars. 4) al-Qiyas: rational analogy. This thread is dedicated to the third sour.


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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. After Holy Quran and Sunnah, it is considered as a source of Islamic Law and was started after the demise of the Holy Prophet. However, the origin of Ijma can be traced out in the Holy Quran and Sunnah.

In fact, both the Holy Quran and Sunnah give permission to find out solution of some matter for which the Holy Quran and Sunnah have never provided any solution.5/5. The Concept of 'Ijtehad' and 'Ijma' In Islamic Law and Their Practical Implementation in the Islamic Legislation of Contemporary Era (An Introduction to PhD Dissertation) of Islam but it is.

Quran, The Holy Book of Islam only regulates God's Legal Limits, an absolute, universal and timeless legal limits. Everything else is decided through legislation made by interested parties.

This legislation can be in the form of treaties, constitutions, experts consensus and traditions. So long as a rule is to be found in the Quran and the Sunnah, the need for ijtihad does not arise. However, in absence of relevant dicta in the Quran, the Sunnah or ijma', ijtihad becomes a source of legislation.

On this basis, they have said that the sources of legislation are four: the Book, the Sunnah, ijma', and ijtihad (i.e. qiyas). Ijma` is defined as everything which people follow (jami` ma `alayh al-nas) in matters of religion. But the ijma` to which there is to be meticulous adherence is what the first pious generations (al-salaf al-salih) agreed upon, for after them divergences became numerous and the Community became spread out.

asis of ijma sanad al -ijma •The legal theorists hold that there must be some proof to which the mujtahis refer to in their agreement. •They are in agreement that the Qur [an and the Sunnah can be a proof for ijma.

E.g. of ijma based on the Qur [an; The prohibition of marriage with grandmother and granddaughter. This ijma is relied on theFile Size: KB. Some argue that only the opinions of scholars are relevant. Others contend that ijma includes the consensus of the laity.

Most agree that the consensus of Muhammad 's Companions, the people of Medina, or the family of the Prophet is authoritative. Once. Basically, in view of the fact that the enforceable laws in an Islamic State must be in conformity with the fundamental principles of Islam, and in view of the fact that the Divine ahkam are firmly embedded in the Book and the Prophet's Sunnah, we have to conclude that there is no room for legislation (in the secular sense), and expression of.

Ijma. It is an Arabic word referring to the consensus or agreement of the ummah (the community of the Muslims or followers of Islam) on various Islamic matters that are not determined explicitly by Quran and Hadith.

Islam is one of the oldest major religions in the world. Due to its largely uncodified nature, we must look at the sources of Muslim personal law to understand it. This also helps in understanding various customs of Islam relating to marriage, divorce, succession, etc.

The Doctrine of Ijma in Islam - ISBN: Author: Ahmad Hasan Publisher: Islamic Book Service, Idara Islamiyat-e-Diniyat, or Kitab Bhavan (India) Pages: Binding: Hardback Description from the publisher: The author has critically studied the doctrine, Ijma', from various angles and has provided a deep understanding and clear analysis of a difficult doctrine.

Sharia (/ ʃ ə ˈ r iː ə /, Arabic: شريعة ‎ [ʃaˈriːʕah]), Islamic law, or redundantly Sharia law is a religious law forming part of the Islamic tradition. It is derived from the religious precepts of Islam, particularly the Quran and the Arabic, the term sharīʿah refers to God's immutable divine law and is contrasted with fiqh, which refers to its human scholarly.

The Meaning of Ijma IJMA' means consensus, that is, acceptance of a matter by a specified group of people. In Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) the matter on which ijma' is of interest is understood in. Ijma is considered a sufficient evidence for action because the Prophet if Islam said, “Muslim will never agree on a wrong matter.” As such the agreement of the scholars of Islam on any religious matter is a source of law in Islam (Ref: Principles of Islamic Jurispredence by M.

Hashim Kamali). Ijmaa is the term used for a opinion or command of Islam where all the good and respected scholars of Islam are unanimous in their ruling. For example, there is Ijmaa amongst the scholars that there are five obligatory prayers, or that adhaan must be given before the prayers, or that a funeral prayer must be read over a deceased believer, or.

It is only when the Quran itself does not speak directly to or in detail about a certain subject, that Muslims turn to alternative sources of Islamic law. The Sunnah The Sunnah is a collection of writings documenting the traditions or known practices of the Prophet Muhammad, many of which have been recorded in the volumes of Hadith literature.

and what wrong But, to me, it is a modern question and it is a matter of debate,but during our study period it was very much a part of legal system. Quran was one of the important sources of Muslim law. Actually Quran or Islam has been misunderstood (by the westerns or by theFile Size: 2MB.

The first major example—if we ignore legislation primarily concerned with matters of procedure—was provided by the Ottoman Law of Family Rights of which, short-lived though it proved in. 1 Al Quran, 2 Sunnan, 3 Al Ijma, 4 Al Ijtehad, 5 Al Qiyas Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. Studying the topic of Qiyaas at my university this semester. From the some of the other answers, you can envisage the concept of qiyaas. I will try to provide a more technical answer about it’s definition.

Before that, I would like to add that we.Various sources of Sharia are used by Islamic jurisprudence to elaborate the body of Islamic law. The scriptural sources of traditional Sunni jurisprudence are the Qur'an, believed by Muslims to be the direct and unaltered word of God, and the Sunnah, consisting of words and actions attributed to the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the hadith literature.

Shi'ite jurisprudence extends the notion of.In their book, The Vision of Islam, Murata and Chittick () elaborate in great details these three dimensions of Islam, which will be briefly cited to help us understand this trilogy. The first element of the trilogy is submission (islam), comprising a series of activities, such as bearing witness (shahadah), praying, and fasting.

The word forFile Size: KB.