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2015/06/16
Theorical Investigation of Salafi Thought by Emphasizing Akhbarygary
Avoiding theoretical extremism, which is in itself a factor in practical extremism and violence, is among the objectives of this paper.

2015/02/18
"The Basics of Islamic Jurisprudence" by Hassan Rezaee
A description of the general and specific topics that are covered in Islamic jurisprudence such as terminologies, sects, sources and subjects.

2014/12/20
Rasool Imani Khoshkhoo
A Glimpse at the Major Shia Seminaries Part II
Throughout Shia history, Islamic seminaries have been the most stable and affective societal institutions. In part two, seminary of Hillah is being discussed.

2014/10/28
Rasool Imani Khoshkhoo
A Glimpse at the Major Shia Seminaries Part I
Throughout Shia history, Islamic seminaries have been the most stable and affective societal institutions.

2014/10/20
Fiqh and Ijtihad in Shia'ism
"If there is anyone among the fuqaha who is in control over his own self, protects his religion, suppresses his evil desires, and is obedient to the commands of his Master (Allah), then the people should follow him."

2014/09/06
By Amir De Martino
A faith of knowledge and learning
The formation of spokesmen of the faith requires authoritative Islamic knowledge obtained from authoritative Islamic centers with a recognizable reputation gained over centuries of scholarship and intellectual endeavor.

2014/06/16
Article: Moon Sighting in Islamic Jurisprudence

Criteria for determining the start of the Islamic month and the role of science, jurisprudence and the moon sighting is discussed in this article.


2014/05/15
For 13 years Beyt-ul Maqdes was the first Muslims' Qiblah
The Qiblah originally faced Beyt-ul Maqdes. This Qiblah was used for over 13 years, from 610 CE until 623 CE.

2014/04/23
by Ahmad Pakatchi
Fiqhi (Jurisprudential) Ideas in the 1st Century AH
Apart from the establishment of new rules in the areas of governmental and economic affairs, new practices were also introduced with regard to matters of personal law and even religion.

2014/03/16
What educational system is followed in Iranian Howzah schools?
The students pass the different levels of studies including mughaddamati (Introductory studies) which consists of Arabic syntax and grammar, ma’ani, bayan, logic, etc, level one studies which include principles of jurisprudence, fiqh (i.e., jurisprudence) and philosophy.

2014/03/15
Najaf seminaries maintain traditional teaching methods
Seminary study is divided into three stages: introduction, topical knowledge and external research. The final stage allows the student to understand the process of issuing fatwas (religious rulings) and examining jurisprudential evidence.

2013/09/16
Part 3
Imamiyah (Shiite): An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
Twelvers is the main sect of Shia, which follows its famous twelve Imams' ideas.

2013/09/14
Part 2
Imamiyah (Shiite): An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects

Narrator jurists mean the scholars that are regarded as a jurist for narrating traditions, persons like Zurārah, Muhammad b. Muslim, etc.


2013/09/11
Part 1
Imamiyah (Shiite): An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
Shi’ite jurisprudential sects follow the ideas of Ahl al-Bayt (A.S.). Twelvers is the main sect of them, which follows its famous twelve Imams' ideas.

2013/09/07
Ibaziyah: An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
Ibāḍīyah or Ibāḍism is an Islamic sect that is an offshoot of Khawārij. It is one of the earlier Islamic sects, and the only remaining branch of Khawārij.

2013/09/05
Zaydiyah: An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
The main source of the jurisprudence of Zayd b. Ali, the founder of Zaydīyah School, is a book named al-Majmū‘ al-Kabīr.

2013/08/26
Shafeiyah: An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
In terms of antiquity, Shāfi‘īyah is the third Sunni judicial school. Its founder is Abū ‘Abd Allāh Muhammad b. Idrīs, a jurist from the fourth generation of Successor jurists from Mecca.

2013/08/21
Maleki: An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
Mālikīyah is the second Sunni school, in terms of time, and the third one in terms of population. It is founded by Mālik b. Anas b. Mālik b. ‘Āmir Aṣbahī Madanī, a scholar of the third category of Successor jurists of Medina.

2013/08/15
Ḥanbalīyah: An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
Ḥanbalīyah is the fourth school amongst Sunni jurisprudential schools in terms of followers and appearance. It was founded by Abū ‘Abd Allah Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Ḥanbal Shaybānī.

2013/08/14
Ḥanafīyah: An Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudential Sects
Ḥanafīyah is the earliest sect among all Suuni jurisprudential schools. It was founded by Na‘mān b. Thābit b. Zūṭī.
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