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    Quduri مسعود بن عبدالله علقمة حامد There is overwhelming evidence that Imam Abu Hanifa R.H met Anas R.A at the least. So he is a tabee. Umar R.A sent Ibn Masood R.A to spread knowledge‚ and then later when Ali R.A visited Kufa‚ there were hundreds of students of knowledge. Seeing that he said “you have filled the city with the light of knowledge” Alqamah became the prominent student of Ibn Masood R.A. to the extent that amongst the sahaba he used to give fatwa. The scholars have

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    PROHIBITION OF RIBA FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF FOUR MAIN SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT Introduction In the comprehensive and restrictive meaning‚ riba is defined as “any increment incurred upon specific ribawi (usurious) items originated either from debt or trading transactions”. Apart from its literal meaning of “increase”‚ classical Islamic scholars such as Ibn Arabi‚ Mujahid and Tabari interpreted riba as an ‘increase without wealth (mal) attached to it’‚ or as ‘compensation for waiting’ or ‘increase

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    Ethical and Critical Thinking October 31‚ 2011 Critical Paper – Religion conflicts about Tattoos Does religion have any conflict with tattoos? (Cararra‚ 2009) There are no major issues between tattoos and Christianity. The majority of Christians do not have anything against tattoos but a small number of Christians support the Jewish views against tattoos based on Leviticus 19:28 (which basically prohibits us from doing any markings on our body). Most Christians today even sport a tattoo or two

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    Inheritance Under Hanafi Law

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    INHERITANCE UNDER HANAFI LAW CONTENTS AKNOWLEDGEMENT……………………………………………………..2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY……………………………………………3 CONTENTS………………………………………………………………….4 I. INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………...5 GENERAL PRINCIPLES ………………………………………………….6 a. UNDER HANAFI LAW II. III. DEFINITION………………………………………………………………..8 INHERITANCE UNDER …………………………………………………10 a. HANAFI LAW IV. V. CONCLUSION…………………………………………………………….26 VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY………………………………………………………….27 4|Page I. INTRODUCTION. The law of succession

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    applicable to intentional killing as the transgression which invokes the kaffarah is even more evident in the latter. This is the Shafi’i view‚ but the Hanafis do not consider the first example to be a variety of qiyas but a mere implication of the text (dalalah al-nass) which falls within the scope of interpretation rather than analogy. Likewise the Hanafis do not require kaffarah for deliberate killing‚ a ruling which has been determined on grounds of interpretation rather than qiyas.[56. Muslim‚ Sahih

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    IMPORTANCE OF WASIYYA (WILL) IN ISLAM When a Muslim dies there are four duties which need to be performed. These are: 1. payment of funeral expenses 2. payment of his/her debts 3. execution his/her will 4. distribution of the remaining estate amongst the heirs according to Shariah. The Islamic will is called al-wasiyya. A will is a transaction which comes into operation after the testator’s death. The will is executed after payment of funeral expenses and any outstanding debts. The provisions

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    Qn5: Explain the role of Khula in traditional Hanafi Law‚ in traditional Maliki Law and in the present law of Egypt. Under Islamic law‚ divorce can take place in three forms‚ namely by talaq (repudiation of wife by husband)‚ by khula (by mutual consent) or by faskh (decree of the court dissolving the marriage). It can be said that If Talaq is defined as the right specifically granted to men to divorce their wifes ‚ khula can be said to be its equal for women as it gives them the right to raise

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    features of the Act are the recognition of the right of women to inherit property of an intestate equally with men and abolition of the life estate of female heirs. A vast majority of Muslims in India follow Hanafi doctrines of Sunni law. Courts presume that Muslims are governed by Hanafi law unless it is established to be the contrary. Though there are many features in common between Shia and Sunni schools‚ yet there are differences in some respects. Sunni law regards Koranic verses of inheritance

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    Final Exam Essay Question Domain MGMT 430 – Spring 2012 1. Acquisitions: Motivations & Challenges a. Identify five main motivations (discussed in class) for acquiring a company. Provide a specific‚ real-world acquisition example for each motivation. b. Which three motivations are most relevant to Paragon Tool’s potential acquisition of MonitoRobotics in the Growing for Broke case? c. Identify the four main challenges (discussed in class) when executing a corporate acquisition. Provide a specific

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    relationships. In this essay I attempt to identify sources of inequity in nikah as well as provide some initial footwork in identifying a potential alternative. A novel model for marriage contracts‚ based on classic contracts of partnerships from the Hanafi and Maliki schools‚ could be used to replace the current model‚ which defines itself on a sale contract that inherently defies messages of marriage equality in the Qur’an. The Status Quo Haeri argues that because the Qur’an is addressed to men and

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    The Formation of Islamic Law In pre-Islamic time law lacked a formal structure as there was no set of laws that united the Arabic world. Towns‚ cities and rural areas all held different laws that were based on tribal tradition. With the revelations of the Prophet‚ a new religion was born: Islam. The Prophet began to introduce the word of Allah to the people and with that came basic laws that provided an introduction to law. The formation of Islamic law was based on three things‚ the Qur’an‚ the

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    bay al-inah

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    The classical jurists were in disagreement in assessing the legality of the contract. It was prohibited by majority of jurists including the Hanafis‚ Malikis and Hanbalis. The Hanafis‚ Malikis and Hanbalis were of the opinion that the contract was unlawful. The legal evidence in this matter was an athar narrated from Aishah. The athar was used by the Hanafis‚ Malikis and Hanbalis as the main legal evidence to rule the impermissibility of bay’ al-Inah. It was reported that Aishah was asked about

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    Moving Around The World By Ashhad Hanafi In 2001‚ Sana Hanafi moved over 7‚000 miles to start her future in the US. Sana comes from Pakistan‚ a country located in southern Asia (see image on left). She came with her Husband after they were newly married. Together they have moved across the country numerous times‚ settling in over 5 states! Why move so often‚ though? Why move at all? According to Sana‚ she “...was studying for my medical boards and my Husband was trying to get better opportunities

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    long as you have no lust or desire. There were some problems with this though since the founders of some schools of law pushed the opposite. For example‚ Ahmad ibn Hanbal‚ founder of the Hanbali school of law along with Abu Hanifah‚ founder of the Ḥanafī school of law both abstained completely from looking at boys. Their argument was that “no one ought to consider himself immune to temptation and exempt from the prohibition of looking at boys.” This absolutist idea then trickled down to other prohibitions

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    in some practical and philosophical differences. The prominent Islamic jurisprudence schools of Damascus in Syria‚ Kufa and Basra in Iraq‚ and Medina in Arabia survived as the Maliki madhhab‚ while the other Iraqi schools were consolidated into the Hanafi madhhab. The Shafi’ie‚ Hanbali‚ Zahiri and Jariri schools were established later‚ though the latter school eventually died out. It is claimed that the schools of Islamic legal thought were developed in the 9th and 10th centuries as a means of excluding

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    Theory of Islamic Contract

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    FIQH FOR ECONOMISTS I ECON 3510 GROUP ASSIGNMENT THE THEORY OF CONTRACTS MEMBERS MOHD AMINUL HAKIM BIN HANI SALMAN 1124539 AHMAD ZUBAIDI BIN MAHMUD 1127783 AHMAD SYAHIR BIN MOHD ZAKARIA 1123419 SITI SHARINA BINTI SEMAN 1120902 NURHANI BINTI ABDUL RAHMAN 1118618 NURASHIKIN BINTI MOHD PILUS 1125834 INTRODUCTION Basically‚ human beings are dependent with each other to fulfil their needs and wants. We need to interact‚ communicate‚ trade and collaborate with others

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    Bay Al Inah

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    al-inah is not valid (haram) because it is a device to legitimize riba’. However‚ Hanafi of the opinion that Bay’ al-inah is only permissible if such transaction involving third party.  Validates the contract of inah  refusing to give credence to motive and intention of the parties  would be regarded to be prohibited (haram) or reprehensible (makruh) depending on the nature of the parties’ motive Hanafi‚ Maliki & Hanbali;  Contract of inah is invalid  a process that despite its legal

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    reported by Yunus bin Saeed bin Saif and Musaiyib that: "Umar bin Khattab passed by Hatib bin Balta’ah that sells dried grapes in the market. Umar told whether to raise prices or leave the market". The four major schools of fiqh‚ namely‚ Maliki‚ Hanafi‚ Shafi’i and Hanbali there is little difference of opinion on price control in Islamic economics. For Imam Shafi’i and Imam Ibn Hanbal view that social authority is not entitled to set prices for two reasons and lack of goods where the cheapness and

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    promise Two parties performing two unilateral promises on the same subject Use of two unilateral promises can lead to a forward contract‚ which is impermissible Not allowed and non–enforceable according to majority (AAOIFI‚ IFA and others) Some Hanafi/subcontinent scholars allow it provided no other prohibition (excessive gharar or short selling) 3. ‘Aqd – – contract Promises do not constitute a contract • Difference between a contract and a bilateral promise is there is no proprietary

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    NIK MOHD KHAIRUL ANUAR BIN HANAFI (2010882388 – BMMPLK) ASSIGNMENT TWO Which form of learning (classical conditioning‚ instrumental conditioning‚ observation learning‚ or cognitive learning) best explain the following consumption behaviors. Explain your choices : (a) Buying a six-pack of Gatorade Classical Learning According to Pavlion theory‚ conditioned learning result when a stimulates paired with another stimulus that elicits a kwon response serves to produce the same response by itself

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