OUTLINES OF ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE
  • Book Title:
 Outlines Of Islamic Jurisprudence
  • Book Author:
Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee
  • Total Pages
28
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OUTLINES OF ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE

  • CHAPTER I
  • Introduction
  • SECTION I
  • The Future of Islamic Law
  • SECTION II
  • The Study of Islamic Jurisprudence is an Obligation
  • SECTION III
  • The Scope of this Book
  • CHAPTER II
  • The Scope of Islamic Law and Jurisprudence
  • SECTION I
  • The Subject-matter of Islamic Jurisprudence
  • U.su¯l al-Fiqh    ☞ 37
  • Fiqh ☞ 39
  • The Siya¯sah Shar‘iyyah: Administration of Justice According to the Shar¯ı‘ah    ☞ 40
  • Qawa¯‘id Fiqhiyyah: The Principles of Fiqh    ☞ 40
  • Furu¯q: The Science of Distinguishing Cases    ☞ 41
  • Maqa¯.sid al-Shar¯ı‘ah: Islamic Justice Through the Purposes of the Shar¯ı‘ah    ☞ 41
  • Ah. ka¯m al-Qur’a¯n and Tafs¯ır    ☞ 41
  • The Discipline of Khila¯f     ☞ 42
  • SECTION II
  • Has a Variety of Opinions Caused Disunity Among the
  • Muslims?
  • SECTION III
  • The Schools of Law are not Sects but Systems of
  • Interpretation
  • SECTION IV
  • Islam has a Fully Developed and Mature Legal System
  • CHAPTER III
  • The Meaning of Us. u¯l al-Fiqh and Basic Terms
  • SECTION I
  • The Literal Meaning of Fiqh
  • SECTION II
  • Earlier General Meaning of Fiqh
  • SECTION III
  • Later Sha¯ fi‘ite Definition of Fiqh
  • SECTION IV
  • Distinctions Based on the Definition
  • Distinction between shar¯ı‘ah and fiqh ☞ 51
  • Distinction between mujtahid and faq¯ıh ☞ 51
  • Distinction between ijtiha¯d and taql¯ıd    ☞ 52
  • Distinction between a muqallid and a faq¯ıh ☞ 52
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  • Contents Islamic Jurisprudence 3
  • SECTION V
  • The Meaning of As.l and Us.u¯ l al-Fiqh
  • SECTION VI
  • Widening the Definitions
  • A Wider Definition of Fiqh ☞ 55
  • A Wider Definition of U.su¯l al-Fiqh    ☞ 56
  • I    The H. ukm Shar‘¯ı                                                            59
  • CHAPTER IV
  • The H. ukm: What is Islamic Law?
  • SECTION I
  • The Elements of the H. ukm Shar‘¯i
  • SECTION II
  • The Meaning of the H. ukm Shar‘¯i or the Meaning of
  • Islamic Law
  • SECTION III
  • The H. ukm Takl¯if¯i (Obligation Creating Rules)
  • SECTION IV
  • The H. ukm Wad. ‘¯i—Declaratory Rules
  • SECTION V
  • The Distinction Between the H. ukm Takl¯if¯i and the
  • H. ukm Wad. ‘¯i
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  • CHAPTER V
  • Classification of Islamic Law
  • SECTION I
  • The Meaning of Wa¯ jib (Obligatory Act) and its
  • Different Types
  • A      The h. ukm or rule for the wa¯jib    ☞ 72
  • SECTION II
  • The Classifications of the Wa¯ jib (Obligatory Act)
  • Classification based on the time available for performance:
  • wa¯jib mu.tlaq and wa¯jib muqayyad    ☞ 73
  • Classification based on the extent of the required act ☞ 76
  • Classification based on the subjects who are required to perform ☞ 77
  • Classification based on the identification of the object of the required act ☞ 78
  • SECTION III
  • The Meaning of Mandu¯ b (Recommended Act) and its
  • Different Types
  • A      Types of Mandu¯b    ☞ 79
  • SECTION IV
  • The Meaning of H. ara¯ m (Prohibited Act) and its
  • Different Types
  • A      The types of h. ara¯m    ☞ 82
  • SECTION V
  • The Meaning of Makru¯ h (Disapproved Act) and its
  • Different Types
  • SECTION VI
  • The Meaning of Muba¯ h.  (Permitted Act) and its
  • Different Types
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  • SECTION VII
  • The H. ukm Wad. ‘¯i or the Declaratory Rule
  • Sabab, shar.t and ma¯ni‘    ☞ 86
  • S. ih. h. ah, fasa¯d and bu.tla¯n (validity, vititation and nullity)    ☞
  • 89
  • ‘Az¯ımah and rukh.sah (initial rules and exemptions) ☞ 89
  • CHAPTER VI
  • The Lawgiver (H.
  • a¯kim)
  • SECTION I
  • Allah is the True Source of all Laws
  • SECTION II
  • The Fundamental Norm of the Legal System
  • SECTION III
  • The Law and the Interest of Man
  • Is Man the sole purpose of creation? ☞ 94
  • Can we employ ma.slah. ah (interest) for new laws?    ☞ 95
  • SECTION IV
  • Are the Shar¯i‘ah and Natural Law Compatible?
  • CHAPTER VII
  • The Act (Mah. k      F¯ıh)

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