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Hukm

In Islamic law, a judicial ruling or decision made by one with authority. The term's plural form, ahkam, refers more specifically to rules derived from fiqh, or Islamic jurisprudence.
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Therefore we find our classical scholars writing voluminous works on ahkam al-masbjid (the rules of the mosques) as well as ahkam al-suq (rules of the marketplace).
Abu Bakar Ahmad Ibn Ali al-Razi al-Jassas, Ahkam al-Qur'an (Beirut: Dar al-Kutub al-'Ilmiyyah, 3rd edn.
74) In technical sense however, it means 'the expenditure of effort in seeking and arriving at rules from the various sources of law', (75) or the effort made by the Mujtahid in seeking knowledge of the ahkam (rules) of the Shari'ah through interpretation.
68) Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya, Ahkam ahl al-dhimma, ed.
On the occasion ANP District President Mohammad Karim Babak, National Youth Organization Provincial General Secretary Hassan Buneri, District President Gulzar Babak, Information Secretary Ahkam Buneri and large number of activists participated.
AD 1523-4) and the other is an astrological work named Lata 'if al-Kalam fi Ahkam al-'Acwam by a Siyyid Muammad the Astrologer (written after March 1421 AD in Lahidjan, northern Iran).
The ayat 12 of Surah Al-Hujuraat contains three ahkam in the form of don'ts as was the case with ayat 11 which prohibited mocking, taunting and calling people with nicknames which all will be hurting to the subject and may become a cause of dispute, hatred and weakness in the society which some rival group may exploit for their ulterior motives.
The Reconciliation of the Fundamentals of Islamic Law was written by al-Shatibi to elaborate, in five parts, on "the fundamental concepts of the discipline; the ahkam (rules) and what is related to them; the legal purposes of the shari`a and the ahkam related to them; the comprehensive the treatment of the adilla (evidences); and the rules of ijtihad and taqlid.
Sijil al-Mahalla al-Kubra Shari'a Court from 23 May 1944 to 22 August 1944, Ahkam juz'iyya, vol.
Muscat, Feb 23 (ONA)- The Heritage and Culture Ministry represented by the Directorate General of Documents and Archives (Manuscripts Department) launched three books namely 'Jamea Abu Al Hassan Al Bisaiwi, 'Al Takhsees in the Wilaya and Baraaw and Hedayet al Hokam to Manhaj Al Ahkam.
al-'Arabi, Ahkam al-Qur'an (Cairo: Dar al-Manar, 2002) vol.