Sources of Muslim Law

February 18, 2023

Muslim law is believed to be founded on the Quran. It symbolises the way God spoke to the Prophet Muhammed for the substantive years in his life.

The Sunna and Ahadis are considered to be the second source of law in Islam. These are the Prophet’s precepts, deeds, and sayings, which were passed down by approved individuals and kept by tradition rather than being recorded during the Prophet’s lifetime.Ahadis denotes “what the Prophet said,” while Sunna denotes “what the Prophet did.”

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Ijmaa is a collective term for the Prophet’s disciples and comparisons. Ijmaa was revered by all and thought to be the best guide  the legitimacy of the Ijmas is based as a traditional source of law. Qiyas (Analogical deductions):Qiyas is an arabic term that meaning “measuring,” “agreement,” and “fairness.” It refers to the application of common sense to the original text of the law in Muslim jurisprudence.

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