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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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Yamamoto and Burnett provide a critical edition of the Arabic text of the Great Introduction to Astrology (Kitab al-mudhal al-kabir ila 'ilm ahkam an-nugum) by Abu Ma'sar with a facing English translation.
Bu arada bir foto-gercekci olarak genel tavrimin elestirel olmadigini, cesitli olgulari buyuterek insanlarin gozune sokmakla, biraz daha dikkatli bakin demekle yetindigimi, dogru/yanlis, guzel/cirkin, olmali/olmamali diyerek ahkam kesmekten ozellikle kacindigimi belirtmeliyim.
2 Abu al Hasan Ali bin Muhammad bin Habib al Al Mawardi, Al Ahkam al Sultaniyyah wa al Wilayat al Diniyyah, trans.
In his book Ahkam Ahl Adh-Dhimmah (Laws for the People of the Covenant), Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr (d.
Al-Jami ' li Ahkam Al-Quran wa Al-Mubayyin lima Tathammanahu min al-Sunnah wa aay Al-Forqan.
Orientation studies above focused on passages ahkam / laws of Shari'a (verses madaniyah), whereas the author in this dissertation research focuses on many verses of monotheism or the verses of Meccan surah which of course has a background in community and culture different.
(4.) Al-Qurtubi, Al-Jami'li Ahkam al-Quran, Tafsir Al Qurtubi.
Al-Mesbah, specialized in the Kuwaiti heritage, added that Omar Al-Azmiri printed a book themed "Ahkam Al-Taweed" on bases of the Islamic doctrine.
The elements of Daash executed on Monday morning the candidate for Mutahidoon list (Ahkam Aziz Fadhel) and handed over her body to the forensic medicine in Mosul.
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).
Literally Ijtihad means 'the expending of maximum effort in performance of an act' (73) or 'the expending of effort and the exhaustion of all power.' (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.