what is shariat
Submitted by on Thu, 12/08/2010 - 12:17
Dear Brother / Sister,
It includes all the decrees Allah set for people. Islamic Shari’ah is fundamentally based on the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh) and the general opinion of Islamic scholars and proofs of Qiyas (analogy - foundation of legal reasoning ). A decree bearing an Islamic qualification depends on whether it is based on these principles or not.
Questions on Islam
- Could you please define the characteristics of the interpretation methodology of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)? What are the characteristics, content and activities on the subject of interpretation of His ummah (Community of Muslim Believers)?
- If Allah had willed he would have sent only one divine religion; why did he allow the formation of three different religions?
- How did the Prophet (pbuh) view the traditions and customs of Jahiliyya?
- “...He who strives against them with his heart is a believer and beyond that there is no faith even to the extent of a mustard seed.” Will you explain this hadith and the issue of enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil?
- Who is the addressee of the phrase "... so strive as in a race in all virtues..." in verse 48 of the chapter of al-Maida?
- Were divine books sent down after the previous book was distorted?
- There are some people who want to leave the Sunnah and act only in accordance with the Qur’an. What is your opinion about that issue?
- There are some people who want to leave Sunnah (acts and deeds of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)) and act only in accordance with the Quran. What is your opinion about that issue?
- Why is the private life of the Prophet (PBUH) mentioned in the Quran?
- Will you please explain the verses that order us to obey the messenger of Allah?