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Why do some Muslims reject qiyas?

Why do some Muslims reject qiyas?

Analogy (qiyas) is the fourth source of Islamic law that is used when the primary sources are silent about a newly appeared issue. However some scholars reject its use on the following basis. We are bound to decide among the people with what Allah has revealed and solutions through qiyas are not revealed by Allah.

Is qiyas allowed in Islam?

Among Sunni Muslim in recent centuries Qiyas has been accepted as a fundamental source of Sharia law along with Ijmāʿ and secondary to the Quran, and the Sunnah.

Why is qiyas important?

Qiyas provides Muslim jurists and laymen with a method of deducing laws on matters not explicitly convered by the Qur’an or Sunnah . Example of Qiyas; For example, qiyas is applied to the injunction against drinking wine to create an injunction against cocaine use. Wine drinking is haraam, prohibited.

What is the difference between qiyas and ijtihad?

is that ijma is (islam) the consensus of the muslim community while ijtihad is (islam) the process of muslim jurists making a legal decision by independent interpretation of the qur’an and the sunna; such a jurist is a mujtahid.

What is qiyas Khafi?

(ii) Hidden analogy (qiyas khafi) The removal of discrepancy between the asl and the far is by means of a probability (zann). Here the Illah is less apparent and the jurist has to expend considerable efforts to discover it. This is also known as Istihsan, in Islamic Jurisprudence.

What is the meaning of qiyam in Islam?

qiyam (plural qiyams) (Islam) A form of optional prayer prayed during the night, preceding the ruku.

What does Zina mean?

Zina is an Islamic legal term, meaning illicit sexual relations, that can be found in the Koran and the hadith (the collected words and acts of the Prophet Muhammad). Muslim empires like the Ottomans, the Mughals and the Safavids defined zina in different ways. But it usually refers to adultery and extramarital sex.

What is punishment of Zina?

26 Thus, the punishment for zina according to the Qur’an (chapter 24) is 100 hundred lashes for the unmarried male and female who commit fornication, together with the punishment prescribed by the Sunnah for the married male and female, i.e., stoning to death.

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