Ibahah

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Ibahah

In Islamic law, the principle that anything is permitted as long it is not specifically prohibited. Ibahah especially applies in economic and commercial matters. That is, one may conduct any business one pleases so long as it does not contradict some definite injunction of the sharia.
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It should be noted that traditions of such kind connote permissibility (Ibaha) which is defined as actions in which the lawgiver granted option to choose between performance and forsaking.
There are accusations of sexual permissiveness in the standard accounts of the Persian Kharrijite sects, but the accused sect is never the Shimrikhiyya and the nature of the ibaha is quite different.