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LexIslamica Series - Book 1 - Islamic Law for the New Millennium By Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee & M. Ibrahim Abdullah Khan Nyazee
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The present book is a small introduction to the larger work to be published in small volumes, but as part of a series. The book visualizes modern Islamic law as the common law of all Muslims, a law... More > that exists at the global level and is concerned with issues that may be found within individual states. For the details, this book is to be read. It has intentionally been kept very concise and brief. Rapid changes in the world, in the last few decades, have now created an opportunity for Islamic law to rise again. This rise of Islamic law for the new millennium will not be through the coercive power of a modern state or even through physical domination. It will come about through the rise of the Muslim Ummah meeting, participating and collaborating through cyberspace for the benefit and service of all humanity. This small book outlines and explains this dynamic framework that heralds the revival and development of this law with the help of a new methodology that has been left as a heritage by the ancestors.< Less
LexIslamica Series – Book 2 – The Original Meaning of Ḥanafī Uṣūl al-Fiqh By Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee & M. Ibrahim Abdullah Khan Nyazee
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The texts of the Ḥanafī School on uṣūl al-fiqh written up to the end of the Fifth Century of the Hijrah show that the discipline of uṣūl al-fiqh was significantly... More > different from what it turned out to be in the later centuries, which were more theoretical in nature as compared to the earlier texts. As Shāfi‘ī uṣūlīs started wielding greater influence, especially the promotion of a different concept of the Sunnah and a more literal approach, Ḥanafī writers probably went on the defensive, incorporating ideas from Shāfi‘ī uṣūl. The purpose of this book is not to trace the historical development of uṣūl al-fiqh, but to merely identify what the early uṣūlīs like Jaṣṣaṣ, Dabbūsī and Sarakhsī had to say about the discipline of uṣūl al-fiqh. Another aim is to find out the nature of the discipline during the early period that was responsible for growth and dynamism. The main emphasis, however, is on the meaning of uṣūl al-fiqh as a discipline and on the nature of the rules of interpretation (qawn̄īn uṣūliyyah).< Less

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