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|Title||Moral Values in Sharia Rulings|
|Title in Arabic||القيم الأخلاقية في الأحكام الشرعية|
It has always been understood that the Islamic Sharia rulings are classified into two main classes, the first one is, devotional rulings (acts of worship) which meaning is not realized by the mind of a person, and it is only binding without realizing or paying attention to the legitimate causes and meanings. The second one is rulings that have cause and a reasonable meaning and in which the analogy is carried out with certain conditions. And by induction; we find that the majority of the legitimate rulings are reasonable meaning. Although the obligation fasting is devotional worship, many of its branches of jurisprudence are reasonable. The research focused on reviewing the opinions of the fundamentalist scholars in the devotional rulings related to fast, according to the variables of the rational judgment (Ijtihad), and the possibility of deducing new causes using the methods existing in the analogy field.
|Published in||مجلة البحوث والدراسات الشرعية|
|Publisher||مصر، وثم نشره في العدد (102).|
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