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The Four Sources of Shar\'iah
The Four Sources of Shar'iah
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  • Authored by: Allama Hafiz Ather H. al-Azhari

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Details: The Four Sources of Shar'iah : New,
*[A5] Paperback - 72 pages,
by Dr. Hafiz Ather Hussain al-Azhari,
for Tayba Trust,
Published by Abul Noor Publications.




Description :


'The Four Sources of Shariah' is an introductory guide to the field of Usul al-Fiqh (principles of jurisprudence). Written in a simple manner, the book aims to show how rulings are derived in Islamic Shari'ah. A separate chapter is devoted to each of the four sources, the Holy Qur'an, Sunnah, Ijma and Qiyas.



This book is ideal for those wishing to gain a true insight into Shariah, a term that unfortunately many misunderstand.



Reviews :


"A must have book. By reading this we find out why Ulamas of Ahle Sunnah always stress not to read anybody's books otherwise we can easily get misguided."


"Excellent book. Well written and in simple English. Ideal for basic understanding of Shariah and how it is formed. A Must have for every Sunni household."





About the Author:


Dr. Hafiz Ather Hussain al-Azhari is an Imam, writer, researcher as well as a lecturer in the Islamic Sciences at various instititions throughout the UK. He began his Islamic education by completing the memorisation of the Holy Qur'an at the age of thirteen. After completing his GCSE's he moved to Jamia al-Karam, where he studied Arabic Grammar under the guardianship of M.I.H. Pirzada and Mawlana Abdul-Bari Sahib. In 1995, he travelled to Bhera Sharif, Pakistan, and completed the traditional seminary course with First Class Honours. Here he had an opportunity to be taught directly by Pir Karam Shah al-Azhari, may Allah shower His mercy upon him.


Between 1996 and 1999, he studied at Al-Azhar University, Cairo, the oldest seat of Islamic learning in the world. He specialised in Hadith studies, and graduated in BA Principles of Theology in 1999.


Upon returning to England, he joined the University of Birmingham, to study BA Political Science. He graduated with First Class Honours in 2003. In 2006, he completed his Mphil in Theology at the University of Birmingham on the al-Jami of al-Khatib al-Baghdadi, and he has completed his PhD (Theology) at the same institution.








Table of Contents :


---Acknowledgements,
---About the Author,
---Foreword,
---Author's Foreword.


---Chapter [1]. Introduction,
------What are the Four Sources of Shari'ah?

---Chapter [2]. The Holy Qur'an,
------Introduction,
------The Complexity of the Qur'an,
------Examples,
------The Vastness of the Qur'an,
------Conclusion.

---Chapter [3]. The Sunnah,
------The Meaning of Sunnah,
------The Relationship between the Qur'an and Sunnah,
------The Authority of the Sunnah,
------Classifying the Sunnah,
---------1. First Classification,
---------2. Second Classification,
---------3. Third Classification,
------Conclusion.

---Chapter [4]. Ijma (Scholarly Consensus),
------Introduction,
------The Definition of Ijma,
---------From the Consensus,
---------From the Mujtahidin,
---------From the Muslim Ummah,
---------Upon a Shari'ah Ruling,
---------After the time of the Prophet, ﷺ,
------The Types of Ijma,
------Proof of Ijma as a source of Shari'ah,
------Examples of Ijma,
------Is an Ijma still possible today?
------Conclusion.

---Chapter [5]. Qiyas (Legal Analogy),
------Introduction,
------The Definition of Qiyas,
------Examples to explain what Qiyas is,
------Proof for Qiyas,
------The Conditions for Qiyas,
------Conclusion.

---Chapter [6]. Concluding Remarks.


---Bibliography.







More on Fiqh & Shariah,
Also see Usul al-Fiqh.







*Dimensions : 21.5 13.5cm.








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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 September, 2017.