Course: Understanding Islamic Legal Maxims

Course: Understanding Islamic Legal Maxims

Course starts this weekend, Sunday, 29 July 2012

Al-Qawaa’id Al-Fiq’hiyyah or Islamic Legal Maxims are general rules that can be
applied in various fiqh cases and plays a great role in the formation of Islamic Law
because it is used as principles / maxims to deduce rules of fiqh.

The 5 branches of Maxims that will be covered are :

  1. “Acts are judged by the intentions behind them”
  2. “Hardship begets ease”
  3. “Certainty is not removed by doubt”
  4. “There should be neither harming [darar] nor reciprocating harm [diraar].”
  5. “Custom is an arbitrator”

Each of these will be discussed in detail. Complete course outline and structure can be provided by Madrasaturoaf

Dates:  29 July – 5, 12, 19, 26 August 2012

Time: 9am -12:30 PM. See details below


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