The main or primary source that is used and also relied upon is the Quran and Hadith. The thing that keeps Maliki apart from the other school is that the consensus of the people of Madinah is taken in as the islamic law as well and it is also valid. It is a middle grouped population of Maddhab where it is larger than Shafie but is small compared to Hanafi when it comes to the followers The followers are mainly found in North Africa , Bahrain , Sudan , Kuwait, West Africa, Dubai and UAE and also in some parts of the Saudi Arabia . On the contrary, in time of history it can be seen that the school can also be found in some parts of the Europe which was seized under the Islamic ruling like Spain and Sicily .The center in the 9th to 11th century in Tunisia which is the mosque of Uqba became the historical center in teaching of the Maliki , which is a major one. Other than that , the main students in the Maliki maddhab were two of them.
Interview The unstructured interview was also conducted in order to find the answer to the RQs. The interview allowed me to gain much more information on people's opinion about women rights in Muslim societies. There were 3 women and 3 men who took part in interview. The questions were not prearranged, because it is unstructured interview. Unstructured interview is a qualitative research method.
Part 2: Contents Part 2.1 Review the relationship between religions and moral values with literature supports Based on the several literatures support, religions and moral values can be simplified in different definition with various approaches. The relationship between religions and moral values can be search out by any grant size (Norman Davies, 1997). According to Zuckerman, 2008, he said that people without religion are impossible to become moral. Therefore, the relationship between religion and moral value is closely related with each other’s. Different issues happened in the diverse world will view differently by people in different religions.
Mention some early divisions within Muslim community. The division of the methodologically in approaching Quran and Sunna into two main schools: Ahl al-hadith and Ahl al-ra’y. Ahl al-hadith are the one that insisted of the literal explanation of Qura’n and the Prophet Muhammad’s hadiths and actions. Ahl al-ra’y are the one that use logic and reasons as a source of Islamic law. What do you understand by ‘’ilm al-kalam’ and what does it have to do with Islamic Thought?
After all, worship in Islam is a part of all the aspects of life. Muslims maintain and balance religious duties and the usual everyday responsibilities, while being aware of their accountability with Allah in the hereafter. When people worship god, it gives them a sense of peace, this results from submitting to the god, the creator. He is the only one who is worthy
Islamic modernism is defined by an ideology that borrows many parts of Western culture in the changes they want to make. Islamists borrow far less parts of Western culture and favor a traditional view on most topics. Islamists and Modernist thinkers both aim to write eloquently in a Western style. Intending to appeal and gain the support of as many people as possible. Modernists seek to make Islam fit in with the ideals and practices of the modern world.
Al-Bahadel (2004) argues that self-actualization is not acceptable in Islamic collective society, where individuals are considered part of the whole society. The maintenance of the collective structure by means of community obligation (Fard Kifayah) is more important than the autonomy of the self. That is some sort of community self-actualization rather than individual actualization. In Qatari society, self-actualization may be regarded as selfishness that threatens the harmony of the collective, and therefore the client must expect to face rejection and social sanctions which may be rendered unendurable (Al-Thani, 2012). It is assumed that this phenomenon may also apply to most Muslims.
• Muslims believe that the final Prophet was Muhammad. • Islam has always existed, but for practical purposes, date their religion from the time of the migration of Muhammad. • Muslims base their laws on the Qur 'an, and the Sunnah. • Muslims believe the Sunnah is the practical example of Quran and that there are five basic Pillars Of Islam. • The pillars are the declaration of faith, praying five times a day, giving money to charity, fasting and a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Roha Hasan BSSS-1A 1417129 Pakistan Studies Assignment The significance of the Holy Quran The significance of the Holy Quran The significance of the Quran cannot merely be described in words since the immense importance it holds cannot simply be quantified by words or numerical data. Luckily for believers of Islam, Quran has the source of invaluable information regarding this life and the next that has been bestowed upon Muslims as the chosen ones through the chosen Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It comprises the words of the Quran are directly those from Allah, which are the teachings of Islam. For this purpose Quran and Islam go hand in hand each other and one cannot simply be taken without the other in all parts of life. Reading and learning the Quran with comprehension together carries immense importance for the Muslims.
The Laws are Allah 's commands and cover almost every aspect of life. The main sources are The Holy Qur 'an which are Allah 's words, and the Sunnah which are the sayings and actions of prophet Muhammad SAW. Secondary sources of Syariah law include Ijima and Qiyas. Ijima refers to the consensus or agreement of the Muslim scholars on disputes over Islamic matters. These disputes are usually on matters where there is no explicit explanation in the Qur 'an or Sunnah.