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Sources of Islamic Law
Status of the Sunnah in Islam and the sources of legislation - 8/30/2013
This is an important research on the Sunnah (whatever is reported from the Prophet) as the second source of Islam.
Shura: Islamic Approach to Decision-Making - 3/12/2013
The onset of 2011 witnessed an unexpected wave of protests that swept through the Middle East. Citizens struggled to topple authoritarian and tyrannical governments that had trampled on their rights for decades.
The Second Source of Islamic Law: The Sunnah - 6/2/2009
Literally, Sunnah means a clear path or a beaten track but it has also been used to imply normative practice, or an established course of conduct. It may be a good example or a bad, and it may be set by an individual, a sect or a community.
The First Source of Islamic Law: The Qur'an - 5/12/2009
Being the verbal noun of the root word qara'a (to read), 'Qur’an' literally means 'reading' or 'recitation'.
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