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  USC-MSA Compendium of Muslim Texts
In this article simple definitions of shari`ah and fiqh are given.
It refers to the legal rulings of the Muslim scholars, based on their knowledge of the shari`ah; and as such is the third source of rulings.
The science of fiqh started in the second century after Hijrah, when the Islamic state expanded and faced several issues which were not explicitly covered in the Qur'an and Sunnah of the Prophet (saas).
www.usc.edu /dept/MSA/law/shariahintroduction.html   (517 words)

Fiqh was the way of creating a law system in accordance with the principles of Islam as based on the central religious scripture, the Koran, and the stories told about the Muhammad and the first Muslims.
Much of the actual definition of fiqh, the usul al-fiqh, is from Abu Abdullah ash-Shafi'i, the founder of the Shafi'i legal school.
Fiqh and Sharia appears to be mixed in many writings, and although closely linked, they represent two distinct disciplines.
lexicorient.com /e.o/fiqh.htm   (296 words)

  Fiqh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Technically, Fiqh expounds the methodology by which Islamic law is derived from primary and secondary sources, keeping in view the existing time and space.
Fiqh literally means to "comprehend and understand", from the Qur'an 3:7 and 4:162.
Yet, Fiqh in Islamic terminology means: to extract religious rulings on practical matters from the main sources of Islam (i.e.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fiqh   (1105 words)

 Fiqh Council > Home ( DNN 4.3.7 )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Fiqh Council is a body of qualified Islamic scholars who live in the United States or Canada.
The Fiqh Council is available to help Muslim individuals and communities resolve disputes and disagreements through its Mediation and Arbitration Service.
The Fiqh Council is encouraging all Muslims throughout North America to consider using the new methodology for the sake of unity and to avoid the confusion and disputes that have occurred in the past.
www.fiqhcouncil.org   (294 words)

 The Danger of Opposing His Command And Some Fiqh Issues
The first term to be affected was fiqh [Arabic root: fqh, to be wise, to understand], whose meaning has been tampered with not so much by alteration and change, but by limitation.
} (Sura 9-122) Jurisprudence (fiqh) is therefore that which brings about such a warning and such a fear rather than details of (for example) ordinary divorce or divorce through li'an, or salam contracts, and hire, rental and lease (etc) which produce neither warnings nor fear.
Upon my life the word fiqh (discernment), now used for jurisprudence, and the word fahm (understanding) are nothing but two names for the same thing.
www.livingislam.org /fiqhi/fiqhi_e.html   (1508 words)

Fiqh of Islam (The Understanding of the Religion)
According to Imam Nawawi, they are as follows: he should know fiqh, and the fundamentals of Islam.
(May Peace Be Upon Him) fiqh was not written down and searching in the ruling of Islam was not so famous among the scholars of fiqh.
www.islamtomorrow.com /fiqh.asp   (7530 words)

 USC-MSA Compendium of Muslim Texts
We present this study to those Muslim youth who are searching for a ray of light in the deepest darkness that surrounds us, and who are seeking a solution and a way out of the crisis that currently overwhelms us; in the hope that it may be of benefit to them, in Sha'a Allah.
Usul al Fiqh: Methodology for Research and Knowledge in Islamic Jurisprudence
The Science of Usul al Fiqh During the Sixth Century AH and The Following Period
www.usc.edu /dept/MSA/law/alalwani_usulalfiqh   (206 words)

 Site Index -- The Canadian Society of Muslims
It is important to note that the second category of Fiqh Ausath (Sufism) is the most important category in terms of the quality of one's devotions.
The achievement of ever-increasing levels of purity and sincerity and hence acceptance by Allah, depends entirely upon the level and quality of sincerity and the purpose behind one's acts.
If one does not comply with the requirements of Fiqh Ausath, those acts will not qualify for divine acceptance or reward because insincere actions are hypocritical and are consequently unworthy of divine reward.
muslim-canada.org /sitedex.htm   (1981 words)

A detailed study of the Fiqh of Salah (Prayer), based on the beautiful teachings of the Quran and Hadeeth
A detailed study of the Fiqh of Sawm (Fasting), based on the beautiful teachings of the Quran and Hadeeth
A discussion about the Lessons learnt from the amazing journey of Hajj
www.thebestguidance.com /Fiqh.htm   (88 words)

Fiqh literally means to know, to understand, to explain something.
Fiqh is the knowledge of the branches of the Shariah which is derived from detailed proofs and evidences of the Islamic ahkaam (rules.)
The Mowdhu’ of Fiqh is the actions of the Mukallaf as fara as Halaal and Haraam are concerned.
website.lineone.net /~hidayah/Fiqh.htm   (224 words)

 Non Skeptical Essays: A Concise Definition of Fiqh
'Fiqh' is one such term and rarely a common person using it, holds a fair idea of actual meaning, implication and scope of the term itself.
The final definition of Fiqh thus includes knowledge of the rules of conduct that are derived by the jurist from specific evidences find in Quran, Sunnah, ijmaa and qiyas.
Fiqh is thus an important term to understand for a student who further likes to dwell into the detailed discussions about different legal schools.
hangingodes.blogspot.com /2005/10/concise-definition-of-fiqh.html   (1124 words)

Fiqh deals with all of them under various chapters, and in different names.
The word 'FIQH' and its derivation 'TAFAQQUH' has been extensively used in the Quran and Hadith, and in almost all cases it denotes in­depth study and profound understanding.
In the Quran and Hadith, Fiqh denotes profound understanding and knowledge of Islamic fundamentals and laws, and is not confined to any particular branch of religious sciences.
www.al-islam.org /fiqh/chap1.html   (1303 words)

 Fiqh, as extracted and inferred by scholars of the Hanafi school. From "Mukhtasar al-Quduri", a matn of Hanafi fiqh, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Fiqh, as extracted and inferred by scholars of the Hanafi school.
From "Mukhtasar al-Quduri", a matn of Hanafi fiqh, with commentary by Sheikh Muhammad Al-Yacoubi, as taught during the 2001 Rihla at Zaytuna Institute
According to the Qur'an and Sunnah, as extracted and inferred by scholars of the Hanafi school.
www.themodernreligion.com /fiqh-hanafi.html   (84 words)

 Our Need for a Fiqh Suitable to Our Time and Place
Fiqh is the knowledge of the rulings of these matters: the various acts of worship and ways of human interaction.
And fiqh is to know that in order to complete a valid sale in Islam certain stipulation must be fulfilled like both parties enter into the transaction uncoerced out of their free choice; that the sale is not over something that is in itself forbidden; that no riba (usury) is involved; and so forth.
Fiqh is about living in the sense that fiqh addresses how our lives should be in accordance with the sharia.
www.missionislam.com /knowledge/needforfiqh.htm   (7298 words)

 MuslimAccess - Fiqh-us-Sunnah
Fiqh 1.11 a: The urine and stools of animals that are permissible to eat
Fiqh 1.16: It is not proper for one to carry something that has Allah's name upon it while he is going to the bathroom
Fiqh 1.25: Ablution means to wash one's face, hands, arms, head and feet with water.
www.muslimaccess.com /sunnah/fiqh/1.htm   (9495 words)

It is a study which deals in depth with legal rulings and philosophy of zakat in the light of the Qur'an and sunna.Among the five pillars of Islam, Zakat is the third after Tawhid and the prayer.
Fiqh az-zakat is a seminal work for all Muslims and an important reference book for everyone interested in Islam.
In the Evolution of fiqh (Islamic Law & the Madh-habs), the author very clearly presents a brief overview of the historical development of the Islamic Law and its schools (the Madh-habs).
www.islamworlduk.com /contents/en-uk/d76.html   (863 words)

 Sunnipress -> The Fiqh al-Akbar by Pseudo-Abu Hanifah
Fiqh al-Akbar, The Greatest Insight, is a smaller booklet than the Fiqh al-Absat, The Widest Insight.
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah seems to support this, for he does not affirm the Fiqh al-Akbar to be a writing of the Imam himself; also in the passages mentioned by him he indicates that Abu Muti' al-Balkhi transmitted the words of the Imam.
The Fiqh al-Akbar in the Riwayah of Abu Muti' al-Balkhi is not of Imam Abu Hanifah.
s3.invisionfree.com /sunnipress/index.php?showtopic=200   (11502 words)

 Islamic Sharia law - Islamic Judicial System
The fiqh scholar, therefore, referred to the one who possessed knowledge of dogma as well as the one who possessed knowledge of law and to the one who possessed knowledge of the affairs of the heart as well as the one who possessed knowledge of outward action.
The fiqh scholar is the one who turns away from the world desiring the next life, who has clear knowledge of his religion, is constantly engaged in the worship of his Lord, is humble, avoids exposing the shame of other Muslims and seeking their wealth, and who gives advise to them.
Fiqh is the knowledge of the injunctions of the Sharia “that deal with outward practice.” This clause shows that the injunctions that fiqh is concerned with are those that pertain to the outward actions of people, both in their worship and their daily interactions with each other.
www.ediscoverislam.com /Sharia.asp   (9201 words)

 The  Saheefah (Hanafi Fiqh Manual)
A summary of the obligatory portion of Fiqh according to the school of Imam Abu Hanifa, in the matters of "salat", "siyam", "zakat", "hajj", and others.
Fiqh The science of extraction of practical religious regulations from their detailed sources.
Fiqh is the practical implementation of Shari`ah through its human understanding.
www.ummah.net /Al_adaab/fiqh/saheefah.html   (4931 words)

 The Book of Taharah (Cleanliness)
Fiqh is the eyesight whilst the Qur’an and sunna are the light.
Similarly, it is through the implementation of fiqh that one is able to extract the finer implications and subtleties articulated in the Qur’an and sunna.
The narration delineates that a fundamental purpose of the propagation of traditions is the inference of fiqh from it.
www.inter-islam.org /Actions/Tahara5.htm   (3539 words)

 SikhSpectrum.com Monthly. Towards a Contextually Relevant Fiqh for India
Thus, a madrasa student might be well-versed with the intricacies of manumitting slaves or the details of bathing and toilet-training, but, at the same time, may be blissfully ignorant of what guidance Islam might have to give on modern commercial transactions or birth control methods, for instance.
This stress on the furu’, in place of the ‘usul, is also reflected, he observes, in the way in which the Qur’an and the Hadith are often taught in many madrasas, by focusing on fiqhi issues instead of on the foundational values of the primary sources of Islam.
He wryly adds, ‘They know that if people come to realize that Islam has no place for this sort of thing, and that the concept of knowledge in Islam is comprehensive, covering ritual and belief as well as this-worldly social issues, their own claims to authority will be radically challenged’.
www.sikhspectrum.com /112003/fiqh_ys.htm   (1726 words)

 Fiqh Council of North America - Islamic Calendar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Fiqh Council of North America after careful research, deliberations and discussion has adopted a new position regarding the determination of the beginning of the Islamic lunar months.
Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Shah also presented scholarly papers to give thorough evidence from Fiqh Perspective that the use of calculations is not against the Sunnah of the Prophet -peace be upon him.
It is decided to use astronomical calculation to determine the beginning of the Islamic lunar months with the consideration of the sightability of the crescent anywhere on the globe.
moonsighting.com /fcna-calendar.html   (1049 words)

 Salafi Publications | The Meaning of Fiqh ul-Waqi'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As regard the gaining fiqh in the language then that is from the permissable things that which the people need such that they gain understanding in the language.
However when these people use Fiqh al Waaqi’ they do not mean fiqh in the language but rather they mean: to occupy themselves in the affairs of politics and to focus on politics.
This is not a new thing from the people of ‘Fiqh al Waaqi.’’ Their leader who proceeded them Sayid Qutb has mentioned Fiqh al Waaqi’ in his book ‘Fi Dilaal al Quran [4/2006] regarding the verse in soorah Yusuf “Make me in charge of the storage of the land.
www.thenoblequran.com /sps/sp.cfm?subsecID=MNJ02&articleID=MNJ080003&articlePages=1   (473 words)

The most famous scholars of Fiqh in the history of Muslims are the founders of the four schools of thought in Islam: Imam Malik, Imam Ash-Safi'i, Imam Abu Hanifah, and Imam Ahmad Hanabli.
Technically however, fiqh refers to the science of deducing Islamic Laws form evidence found in the sources of Islamic law.
it is the science concerning the comprehensive evidences of fiqh.
members.tripod.com /safia71/fiqh.htm   (2337 words)

 Jabatan Mufti Kerajaan _ Al-Hadaf Keluaran Disember 1997
The science of ushûl fiqh (principles of Islamic jurisprudence) is a branch of Islamic knowledge.
It is through ushûl fiqh, that someone can be able to: · identify the procedures of certain dalîl · identify general principles of Islamic law · recognise the way in which certain dalîl (evidence) can be interpreted and implemented in daily life.
The definition of the word ushûl, as commonly used in the science of ushûl fiqh, is dalîl, that is the evidences of fiqh.
www.brunet.bn /gov/mufti/alhadaf/dis97/h_fiqh.htm   (1374 words)

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