Offering insight into the Islamic perspective, this volume covers two subjects that have never before been discussed as separate topics in Islamic jurisprudence—citizenship and the...
Much contemporary scholarship on Islamic law focuses either on Shari'a's development and structure in the premodern era, or on efforts to reconstitute and apply it in the modern Muslim world. In this comprehensive book...
In this book, the author discusses in detail the concept of the Guardianship of the Jurist from an historical perspective, analysing the textual authority for its implementation while...
Anyone who ever takes the intellectual history of religion seriously is bound to deal with the notion of originality either directly or obliquely. And perhaps more than any other religion, the originality of Islam, of...
This article focuses on reviewing green jobs from the Islamic perspective, and concepts and principles such as squander (israf), cleanliness (nizafah), waste (Iitlaf), no-harm (La zarar) and causation (Tasbib) are directly mentioned as a necessary condition for...
Imam al-Rida, peace be on him, was among the leading Imams of guidance, peace be on them; therefore, his words and actions are part of the Sunna, for a group of legislative precepts have been...
Fiqh al-Aqalliyyat — the jurisprudence of Muslim minorities — is a legal doctrine asserting that Muslim minorities, especially those residing in the...
Maqasid al-Shari'a and Contemporary Reformist Muslim Thought looks at the effectiveness of Maqasid al-Shari'a - as understood as both a classical legal hermeneutical construct developed by premodern Islamic legal theoreticians...
A footage outlining the discussion of managing the society using Islamic fiqh versus Islamic philosophy. How important is fiqh and how important is philosophy to administer a...
All faith communities should be involved in writing Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The role and opinions of Muslims in Universal Declaration of Human Rights should be propounded and compiled in the Islamic Conference....