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  1. Fiqh Us-Sunnah(volume 5 ): Hajj and Umrah
  2. ARABIC: Fiqh ul Sunnah by Sayyid Sabiq - ramblipetasga.ga السلف الصالح
  3. Fiqh us-Sunnah
  4. Fiqh Us-Sunnah:(volume 2) At-Tahara and As-Salah

Attachments (1). 1. Fiqh us-Sunnah. PDF MB. The relevant Material. Lessons in Fiqh - 52 · Lessons in Fiqh - 51 · Lessons in Fiqh - 50 · Lessons in Fiqh - FIQH us-SUNNAH at-Tahara and as-Salah. Muhammad Sa'eed Dabas. Jamal al- Din M, Zarabozo. Translators. American Trust Publications. Fiqh a: Water leftover after people have drunk from the pot. According This is a sunnah that the Prophet, upon whom be peace, almost always followed.

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IN , USA. All rights reserved - no part of this book may be reproduced by any means, nor translated into any other language without written permission. As- Sayyid Sabiq Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: | Size: MB Fiqh-us-Sunnah was written by Sayyid Saabiq ( C.E.). Sabiq's most famous book was the three-volume Fiqh As-Sunnah, which in the first writing of its kind brought the four major madhahib together, in a.

This book is an introduction to Islamic Jurisprudence for readers without substantial background in this field. In two volumes, Sheikh Salih Al Fawzan has projected light on jurisprudential issues of utmost importance in a genuine and reader-friendly style, free from any jargon or sophisticated expressions. The origin of Islamic law and its evolution and the four schools of law math-habs are discussed in this work along with the reasons for differences among them. This is probably Bilal Philips best-selling work on the various schools of thought in Islam, including detailed facts, insight, and commentary on the four major madhabs as well as other, less-known madhabs in Islam. A translation into English of one the first books of Hadith by the famous Imam Malik. This book needs no introduction as it is well known throughout the Muslim Ummah. A breif summary of Shafiee Fiqh, the contents page reads as follows: A concise treatise on the beard according to the Quran and Sunnah. The book is part of a series titled, "Enter into Islaam Completely", which deals with various issues that are of importance for Muslims, but are underplayed or even slighted by many. When one of these issues is brought up, you often hear the objection, "This is merely an issue of peel! Let us only deal with the important issues of the core! Allah commands the believers to adhere to Islaam in its totality; He says: Enter into Islaam completely, and do not follow the footsteps of Satan.

One may not turn to abrogation, except with a text from the Lawgiver, or an apparent contradiction between two authentic texts concerning which there is no possible way to resolve this contradiction such that each text is acted upon in its own particular circumstance.

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In this case, the later text abrogates the earlier one. However, if it is impossible to determine which is the earlier text and which is the later, we then turn to other means of tarjeeh prefering one text over another. This is because his statement represents either a command or a prohibition to his Ummah, whereas his action is, in this case, interpreted to be something particular to him alone. As for qiyaasus-saheeh correct and sound analogy : it is linking a subsidiary branch with its root, due to a common Illah effective cause between them.

So whenever the Lawgiver indicates a matter, or describes it with a particular wasf characteristic ; or the Scholars deduce that the ruling has been legislated because of that particular wasf characteristic , then if that particular wasf characteristic is found to exist in another issue, which the Lawgiver has not legislated any particular ruling for — without their being a difference between it and the texts — then it is obligatory to link the two in their ruling.

This is because the All-Wise Lawgiver does not differentiate between matters equivalent in their characteristics, just as He does not join between dissimilar and opposing matters. This sound and correct qiyaas analogy is al-Meezaan the Balance which Allaah sent down. And it is inclusive of justice, and it is that by which justice is recognised. Qiyaas is only resorted to when there exists no text. So this asl fundamental principle is turned to when there exists no other source.

And qiyaas supports the text.

Fiqh Us-Sunnah(volume 5 ): Hajj and Umrah

Thus, all that the texts that the Lawgiver has given rulings to, then they are in agreement with qiyaas, not in opposition to it. Chapter 8 The Scholars of usool have deduced from the Book and the Sunnah many usool fundamental principles , upon which they have built many rulings; by which they have also benefited themselves and benefited others. So whosoever entertains a doubt regarding any of that, should return to the asl of certainty.

What the Lawgiver has made obligatory, from the obligations, but the servant is incapable of performing it, then that obligation is totally dropped. However, if he is capable of performing a part of it, then it is required for him to fulfil what he is capable of, whilst the part he is incapable of is dropped.

There are many many examples of this. Likewise, whatever the creation are in need of, then it has not been made haraam prohibited to them. This is because daroorah necessity allows those matters which are fixed and prohibited.

And daroorah is measured by its need, in order to lessen the evil. Thus, daroorah permits the use of what is normally forbidden from food, drinks, clothing, and other than them. Likewise, the prohibition of employing forbidden hiyaal means and stratagems is derived from this asl.

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Likewise, is directing those words which are kinaayaat not clear and unequivocal to be sareeh clear and equivocal is based upon this asl. Its forms are very many indeed.

As regards al-hasr collecting and enumerating : it is establishing a ruling for something, whilst negating it from something else. By it, the fuqahaa are able to determine the shuroot of various things and matters, and that what is other than it, then the ruling is not affirmed for it. Thus, whatever steps out of this is not considered to be an act of worship.

And because Allaah created for us all that is upon the earth, so that we may benefit from all things and utilise them, except those things that the Lawgiver has made haraam unlawful to us. However, compensation for injury and harm is required from the makallafeen morally responsible , and others. So whenever a person reaches maturity and is sane, those general obligations then become required from him to do.

And qiyaas supports the text. Thus, all that the texts that the Lawgiver has given rulings to, then they are in agreement with qiyaas, not in opposition to it. The Scholars of usool have deduced from the Book and the Sunnah many usool fundamental principles , upon which they have built many rulings; by which they have also benefited themselves and benefited others. Amongst these usool fundamental principles:. So whosoever entertains a doubt regarding any of that, should return to the asl of certainty.

They also deduce: And from it is their saying: What the Lawgiver has made obligatory, from the obligations, but the servant is incapable of performing it, then that obligation is totally dropped. However, if he is capable of performing a part of it, then it is required for him to fulfil what he is capable of, whilst the part he is incapable of is dropped. There are many many examples of this. Likewise, whatever the creation are in need of, then it has not been made haraam prohibited to them.

This is because daroorah necessity allows those matters which are fixed and prohibited. And daroorah is measured by its need, in order to lessen the evil.

Thus, daroorah permits the use of what is normally forbidden from food, drinks, clothing, and other than them. And from them: Likewise, the prohibition of employing forbidden hiyaal means and stratagems is derived from this asl. Likewise, is directing those words which are kinaayaat not clear and unequivocal to be sareeh clear and equivocal is based upon this asl.

Its forms are very many indeed. So when the benefit and harm are both in equal proportion, then: As regards al-hasr collecting and enumerating: By it, the fuqahaa are able to determine the shuroot of various things and matters, and that what is other than it, then the ruling is not affirmed for it. And from them is their saying: Thus, whatever steps out of this is not considered to be an act of worship.

Fiqh us-Sunnah

And because Allaah created for us all that is upon the earth, so that we may benefit from all things and utilise them, except those things that the Lawgiver has made haraam unlawful to us.

From them: However, compensation for injury and harm is required from the makallafeen morally responsible , and others. So whenever a person reaches maturity and is sane, those general obligations then become required from him to do.

And those specific obligations also become required from him, providing he possesses those qualities which necessitate that. The naasee forgetful and the jaahil ignorant one is not held responsible from the point of view of sinning, nor from the point of view of compensating what is harmed or injured. If it is not known to have become widespread, nor is there known to be anything in opposition to it, then according to the most correct opinion, it is a hujjah proof. However, if other Companions have disagreed or contradicted it, then it is not a proof.

An amr command for something, entails a nahee prohibition for its opposite. And a prohibition of something, entails a command for its opposite.

A prohibition of something necessitates that matter to be null and void, except if there is a daleel evidence indicative of its validity. And a command which follows a prohibition, returns it to what it was prior to this. And both an amrand a nahee necessitate immediate compliance, but they do not require repetition, except when linked to a specific sabab cause. So it becomes waajib obligatory or mustahabb recommended to comply whenever that sabab cause exists. Matters in which a choice is given are of varying types.

So if the choice was given with the aim of facilitating ease to the makallaf, then the choice is desirable and preferred. If the choice was given to achieve a particular maslahah benefit , then choosing that which is a greater benefit is obligatory. Words indicative of generality are: The Khitaab address of the Lawgiver to any one of the Ummah, or His Speech in any specific issue, actually includes all the Ummah, and all the specific issues, unless there is an evidence indicative of it being khaass specific.

If the Lawgiver negates an act of worship or a social transaction, then this is indicative of it being invalid; or a negation of some necessary aspect of it.

Hence, it does not become totally invalid because of the negation of some of its recommended aspects.

Contracts are bound or cancelled by all that which is indicative of this, from both statements and actions. Those that have been agreed upon by the Scholars. So here it is required to picture and to establish the evidence upon it, then to rule accordingly, after picturing and deducing. The complete set, 'Al-Lubab Fee Fiqh As-Sunnah Wal-Kitab,' contains all of the books of Islamic Fiqh and its chapters, accompanied by evidence and is presented in a clear and simple manner, in order that they may be understood by the young and the old, without blindly following any of the schools of Jurisprudence, but rather being subject to authentic proofs and following the most authoritative opinions, without fanatical adherence to any particular group.

Rather the author agrees with each group when the truth is with them and contradicts them when they veer from that which is correct. Fiqh is to achieve access to knowledge of that which is unclear through knowledge of that which is proven, so it is more specific than mere knowledge or learning.

And fiqh is knowledge of the juristic law. It is said Faquha -A man has acquired understanding and so he has become a Faqeeh A scholar of Islamic Jurisprudence ; and it is said Faqiha - He has understood it, i.

Fiqh has been a subject of contention among the scholars as well as layman throughout the history of Islam. I just bought this book and found it be astonishing. The footnotes provided after a Hadith are usually extensive, so the authenticity of the Ahadith are always established. The author very rarely uses weak Ahadith or weak arguments to prove his points.

Fiqh Us-Sunnah:(volume 2) At-Tahara and As-Salah

A must read for every seeker of knowledge. In, addition, another problem is that readers have to wait for additional volumes on other issues to be completed. Other than that, the book is excellent.

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