Uşūl al-Fiqh, the methodology of jurisprudence, which is usually – and inaccurately, if not incorrectly – translated “principles of jurisprudence,” is an Islamic science which is developed by Shiite scholars in...
When the first English version of Shiite uşūl al-fiqh in its both comprehensive and concise version was introduced by the book “An Introduction to Islamic Methodology of Jurisprudence (Uşūl al - Fiqh), necessity of preparing a glossary of...
This paper analyses the reconceptualization of Islamic law and authority as defined by Shaykh Murtada al-Ansari the influential scholar and first sole supreme exemplar of the...
The book, written by Ayatollah Sayyed Hussain Modarresi Tabatabaei, is an attempt to clarify all aspects of kharaj from the viewpoint of...
Divorce is discussed in this present book, volume 6 of 8, written by Muhammad Jawad Moqniyyah, which three main criteria for divorce are: adulthood, sanity and...
The book “The Just Ruler in Shia Islam, the Comprehensive Authority of the Jurist in Imamite Jurisprudence was written by...
Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Jafar wrote some questions regarding religious law in a letter to...
The science of jurisprudence dates back to the earliest Islamic era. It deals with an array of problems confronting society based on...
The article, which was written by Dr. Abulqasim Gorji, Discusses of how Shia fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh is...
As per Islamic rules, those observing fast should not only refrain from intake of food and water but also medications from dawn to dusk...