According to a consensus by Shiite and Sunni jurists, if a man has triply divorced his wife, then it will be forbidden for him to marry her again, unless the woman marries another man and...
Law and theology in Islam, as for Christians in medieval Europe, have always had a symbiotic relationship. But whereas western Christians accorded a secondary holy status to the Emperor Justinian’s corpus juris civilis, Muslims could not...
Wahhabis are not considered to be part of the four major madhāhib due to the great contrast between their approach in methodology and the methodologies of the Hanbalis and other madhāhib...
Since the formative period of Islamic law, jurists have debated whether it is acceptable for a law to be selected based on its utility. In Pragmatism in Islamic Law, Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim presents a detailed history of Sunni legal pluralism and the ways in which it was employed to accommodate ...
This book is nicely divided into many sections starting with the Book of Purification and ending with the Book of Zakah. Each book is further subdivided into chapters which explain a specific topic in...
This book illustrates the many facets of our daily life according the Quran and Sunnah. This book is nicely divided into many sections starting with the Book of Purification and ending with the...
The present book, vol. 7 of 8, is dedicated to dissecting the intricate ways of Inheritance, the conditions and situations that may occur. The issue is presented according to...
The present book, volume 8 of 8, is dedicated to the issues of waqf, hajr and wasaya. How they occur, what are the rules, what invalidates them and so...
This book volume 4 of 8, written by Muhammad Javad Moqniyyah, presents the similarities and differences in the issues regarding Hajj, the...
Intent in Islamic Law- Motive and Meaning in Medieval Sunni Fiqh” is a highly important treatise not only for the student and the researcher of Islamic Law but also for anyone interested in the development of Islamic thought...