The awarding took place during the opening ceremony of the conference organized by Qiyas
or the use of analogies to ascertain a rule became permitted.
Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Mashari, Qiyas
Chief executive officer.
12) These are followed, in order of importance, by the ijma and the qiyas
As discussed below, some of his students introduced emendations to this rationale, but he was equally opposed to qiyas
Ijtihad and qiyas
are mechanisms from the Quran and the Sunnah that can be used to produce solutions to the problems of our time.
the Quran and the Sunnah, Ijma', Qiyas
, fatwa and Jumhur scholars.
He further explains: "Religiously, it's known by any student studying fiqh , Islamic jurisprudence, that we depend on the Quran, the sunnah (the Prophet's sayings and actions), ijma' (consensus), qiyas
Rather, sharia law is woven together from five different sources: "the Quran, Sunna ("tradition"), qiyas
("analogy"), igma ("consensus among Muslim scholars"), and ijtihad ("independent juristic reasoning").
Tens of thousands of people would benefit from these projects estimated to cost $48 million, Syed Qiyas
Saeedi told Pajhwok Afghan News.
17 As a result of this religious element, Sharia jurisprudence is generally thought to draw upon five principles for interpretation: the Quran ("the divine Revelation of Allah recited by Muhammed"), the Sunna ("the Prophet Muhammed's living examples"), qiyas
("reasoning by analogy"), ijma ("the learned consensus of Muslim scholars, or ulama"), and at least until the tenth Century, Ijtihad (independent juristic reasoning).
Although basic tenets of Islamic law were completed with the revelation of last verse of Quran but they keep on interpreting by various jurists with the passage of time through Ijma' and Qiyas