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Ibadhi Muslim Scholars and the Confrontation with Sunni Islam in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Zanzibar

The Origins and Distinctiveness of Ibadhi Islam
Ibadhi Islam, the official sect of the Omani sultans who ruled Zanzibar from 1832-1964, grew out of Kharijism, an early, violent secessionist movement that emerged in the year 657 C.E. during the Caliphate of ‘Ali ibn Abi Ṭalib. The main position of the Kharijis (or Khawarij) is that any Muslim who commits a grave sin has renounced Islam, and is to be treated as a non-Muslim and an apostate, whose blood may be shed. ... Read more

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IBADI ISLAM: AN INTRODUCTION

Ibadism, a distinct sect of Islam that is neither Sunni nor Shi‘i, exists mainly in Oman, East Africa, the Mzab valley of Algeria, the Nafus mountains of Libya, and the island of Jerba in Tunisia. ... Read more

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Islamic calligraphy

Islamic calligraphy

Islamic calligraphy

Islamic calligraphy, colloquially known as Arabic calligraphy, is the art of artistic handwriting, or calligraphy, and by extension, of bookmaking. This art, associated with Islam, has most often ... Read more

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Islamic criminal jurisprudence and attempts rationing

Islamic criminal jurisprudence and attempts rationing *

Preparation: D. Mohammed Bashir al-Haj Salem **

Introduction:

Said: If you want to know how much progress any nation and sold in civilization and progress, look to its goal of law legislation that regulates life and adjusts the behavior of its members and governed by him in all its affairs. Through the level of legislation every nation can see their progress and their contribution to civilization.

The Islamic nation is like other nations of the earth does not deviate from this rule in the possibility of evaluating the balance of legislation. Islamic law is - in its substance and its contents- The largest and most comprehensive legislation known to mankind throughout its history, no Tdanyh in its comprehensiveness and richness other legislation both old and new, including legislation Roman times ... Read more

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In the methodology of the initial ideas rationing

In systematic rationing initial ideas *

Preparation: A. D. Mohamed Kamal El Din Imam **

 

In the name of God the Merciful

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And importance of the idea of ​​rationing

Represented the idea of ​​rationing in the modern sense part of the demands of the pioneers of the modern Arab renaissance, he served and called for Tahtawi «Egyptian curricula kernels, and Khairuddin Tunisian« I tract, and Abdul Rahman Kawakibi mother of all villages. Also took the idea of ​​rationing - its components and objectives- A large area in the School professor Imam Mohammed Abdu, drawing features Imam in his famous report on the reform of Sharia courts in recent years of the nineteenth century, and is interested in disciples Tnzira and implementation, led by: Mohammed Mustafa Maraghi, Taha Habib, Ahmed Ibrahim, and Faraj Sanhoori; but that a number of school teachers ... Read more

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About rationing provisions punishments in Islamic jurisprudence

About rationing provisions punishments in Islamic jurisprudence *

Preparation: D. Rajab Abu Melih Mohammed **

Introduction:

Praise be to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messengers Muhammad and his family and followed his Sunnah and guided followers until the Day of Judgement, and after..

This paper discussion about rationing provisions sanctions in Islamic jurisprudence, are not intended to list the jurisprudence in the door of the sanctions, they do not accommodate it, as they do not talk about rationing in the door of sanctions because it is more important than others, Sharia all either may not be indivisible them or decrease or .

But the first goal of this paper Hotrah debate about the importance of rationing in this era which the change occurred to the judicial system, which was based on the judges ... Read more

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Proposed the scientific basis for the codification of Islamic jurisprudence in the current era

Proposed the scientific basis for the codification of Islamic jurisprudence in the current era *

Preparation: Meets all the conditions legitimacy. Hamad bin Nasser al-Shaibani

Preface:

Rationing idiosyncratic represents the epitome of juristic opinions and statements to the provisions of the legitimacy of divine origin, and show the picture bright sick must be established and modern scientific methods and the underlying thought, and the success of thing depends on - after the help of God- Including built upon the foundations and principles, It was thus incumbent upon us that we address the most important scientific bases proposed for the desired success of rationing.

Before embarking on this touching first to the issue of choosing the appropriate name decent Ataref for this rationing, and I suggest that this name is: “Code of Islamic law”؛ ... Read more

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