|📘 Book Title||Compendium Of Islamic Laws|
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|🖨️ Total Pages||130|
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Compendium Of Islamic Laws A Section-Wise Compilation of the Rules of Shari’at relating to Muslim Personal Law
COMPENDIUM OF ISLAMIC LAWS
This Compendium of Islamic Laws, containing a section-wise compilation of the rules of Shari’at falling into the domain of the Muslim personal law, has been prepared for and on behalf of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board.
It is based on the most authentic principles of the Islamic law. The work on this Compendium had been initiated by the Board’s founder-Secretary General, the late Amir-e-Shari’at Maulana Minnatullah Rahmani.
The first draft, prepared by Mufti Zafiruddin Saheb of Deoband’s Dar-ul-Uloom was sent for opinion to the leading ‘ulama, muftis and lawyers of the country.
It was thereafter referred for finalization to a Committee of Experts consisting of Mufti Zafiruddin, Maulana Ahmad Ali Sayeed, Maulana Burhanuddin Sambhali, Mufti Nematullah and myself.
Deliberations of this Committee, supervised by the late Amir-e-Shari’at, were joined from time to time by some other ‘ulama as well.
This is how this compendium took its final shape. It covered the entire gamut of Muslim personal law including marriage, divorce, guardianship, custody of children, maintenance, gifts, wills, inheritance and waqfs.
In October 2000 a final pre- publication reading was given to the manuscript by a group of ‘ulama at the Delhi office of the Islamic Fiqh Academy (India).
In order to make the Compendium available to the practitioners of the modern law, judges, scholars and students, an English version was considered necessary.
The complete operative portions of the Compendium, running into 440 Sections, has been translated for the Board by Professor Syed Tahir Mahmood.
The English translation has been arranged under five Parts covering 34 Chapters.
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