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Volume 11, Issue 45

Volume 11, Issue 45, Summer 2020

The representation of the governance of the revelation between the reading and the decree

Walla A. EL-Baradei

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 1-40

This research is concerned with the rooting of the drawn and the readable of the Holy Quran, tracing and extrapolating the ruling for each, and the relationship to the validity of reading. The research problem lies in finding the relationship between the drawn and the readable, as compatibility between reading and drawing is a condition for the authenticity of the Holy Quran. And determining what is read and what has not been read. The research aims to introduce the Mushaf of Othman bin Affan – may God be pleased with him – and the reason for naming and writing it, and the goal of uniting Muslims over his Mushaf, and its effect on narrating and receiving, clarifying reading according to Sunnah and the need to be accepted, and it's the scale and the standard of compatibility between readable and drawing, clarifying the effect of the drawn on the readable and the connection in between. The research also aims to clarify the effect of the method followed in drawing the Mushaf Othmani in controlling multiple narrations of readings, so it was decided that not everything is permissible to draw, permissible to be read.

The word (His hadith should be written down and not quoted) according to Abu Hatim Al-Razi (277 AH) Critical study

Manal N. Ahmad; Ali. M. Muhaidi

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 41-72

Hafiz Imam Abu Hatem Muhammad bin Idris al-Razi (277 AH) is one of the flags of the Islamic nation and of the elders of modern scholars. He is also the imam of the Al-Jarh and the amendment and criticism that has varied books included interpretation and jurisprudence and asceticism and the layers of subordinates and others which have been isolated by some words in the Al-Jarh amendment, including saying (write his speech and protested) ). The word (writes his speech) with the word (not protested) lead to a single meaning which is that the narrator writes his testimony in the evidence and follow-up and to protest if the individual and the last of our prayers that praise to God, the Lord of workers.

The narrators that Ishaq bin Rahwayh described as lying and the situation in the hadith is a comparative study

Mohammad M. Hamdan

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 73-120

The research aims to clarify the sayings of an imam from the imams of the hadith in the science of wound and modification, which is the keeper Isaac bin Rahwah, the Imam of Khorasan and its world, who met him the hadith, jurisprudence, conservation, honesty, piety and asceticism, and distinguish the narrators who threw them with lies and the situation in the hadith, because his views and rulings on the narrators are of great status and impact For critics after him, he is the owner of the predicate and interpretation, and the companions of Imam Ahmad and Al-Shafi’i - may God Almighty have mercy on them - as he who adopts his saying in men, then highlighting his statements and comparing them with the statements of critics shows the extent of his knowledge of the conditions of the narrators and exploring their narratives, and the number of narrators who he described as liars was seven narrators, and who he described The situation was four, and most of its rulings were consistent with the sayings of modern critics, and otherwise, I compared it to the statements of other critics, trying to weigh and combine them.

Hadiths that the plague did not enter Medina, an objective modern study

Saad S. Saleh

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 121-156

The will of God aimighty wanted the people to spread amang them at theend of the year 2019 A.D. a serious pandemic and a deadly disease that scientists called as covid – 19 and it was known to people in the name of corona and this deadly disease affected a large number of people in most countries of the world and it was Gods destiny almighty that the epidemic entered mecca and Almadina and affectad their inhabitants as it entered in other countries of the world, here aspite emerged from the enemies of Islam and its opponents and euen from some ignorawt muslims, They spread among the people througl some satellite channels or social media or on the websites of the world wide web end broadcast that the corona epidemic revealed with no doubt that some prophehic sayings which stated that the plague does not enter mecca and madina are untrue. The researcher is surprised from the sayings of these claimants and how they rushed to appeal before relying an thinking and exerting the effort to know the lie and the truth. I am surprised by people who dealt with the errors of their thinking and their hearts and the grudges of their chests. It was an illusion that they really thought and imagination they considered reality. when I saw the matter with this grauity, I took a decision to study this hadith wlich indicates that the plague does not enter Almadina by adopting modern analytical study to state what is meant by it and clarify it most clearty referring to the statements and inuestigations of religious scholars besides the opinions of contemporary doctors. Here lies the imeortance of the research which wnsists of the introduction and three sections and a conclusion. As for the introduction? I mentioned the aim of this research and its importance and the approach followed. In the first section I haue mentioned the hadiths of this topic and their narration loy their narrators. Also the study of the foundations and judgements on them are given. The second section explains ling uistically the meaning of the plague and pandemic. It also studies them idiomatically and the difference between them is giuen. concerning the third section, it concentrates on the fact that the plague his torically has not appeared in almadina from the period the prophet (peace and blessing be upon him) settled in it up to the present time in agreement with the hadith of the prophet. The most important results arriued at in this research haue been given in the conclusion. I have written this research with pure intention, so what was right is from God and what was wrong is mine since I am a human being who sins and does right things. our last prayer is that praise be to God , lord of the worlds.

Arbitration jurisprudence in the Hanbali school of thought

Abdulmajeed M. Al-Sabeel

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 157-200

This research is entitled (Jurisprudence (Fiqh) of Arbitration in Hanbali School). The researcher addressed the Judicial arbitration in the School of Imam Ahmed Ibn Hanbal (MARS). It aimed to identify the fact of arbitration in Hanbali School as well as its related juristic rulings. The researcher explained the importance of arbitration and its effect on settling disputes and reducing the burden on the formal judiciary, as well as he cited evidences on its legitimacy. Furthermore, the researcher clarified the fact of arbitration lexically and contextually, as well as the difference between Judicial and arbitration and mentioned the dispute of Hanbali School concerning cases in which arbitration is permissible, its terms and conditions to be met by the arbitrator, and the effects of arbitration. The researcher used the Inductive descriptive approach. The research concluded with the most important results and recommendations.

Al-Bayhaqi's preferences in his book Al-Khilafat in the chapter on what spoils prayer, a comparative jurisprudential study

Samar A. Rajab; Abed M. Jawad

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 201-246

This work aims at clarifying Imam Al-Bayhaqi's preponderance in his book Khilafiyat in the chapter on what spoils the prayer as a comparative jurisprudential study . I researched the jurisprudential issues differing between Imam Al-Shafi'i and Imam Abu Hanifa in the chapter on prayer spoilers and studied the issues of jurisprudence compared to seven schools of thought: the Hanafi, Shafi’i, Maliki, Hanbali, Zahiriya, Zaidi, and Imami, then I suggested the statement that he believed was correct according to the strength Guide . Then I proposed the argument that he believed the evidence was right and the issues of Imam Al-Bayhaqi in worship exceeded more than one hundred issues of the second pillar of Islam , It is the first thing a person asks on the Day of Resurrection, which is the prayer that a Muslim has to bring to bear in order for his prayer to be valid, with an explanation of his nullities and other issues that fall under the research fold.

Dependency in Islamic economics, its effects and treatment

Shefaa' R. Abdulrazzaq; Baker M. Allaw; Mohammad Y. Mohammed

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 247-284

In light of the accelerating deterioration that effected all areas of political, social and economic life. The phenomenon of (dependency) has emerged in the Islamic world economy, which is a dangerous phenomenon, as capitalist countries have dominated on our economic world and a spiral of questions has emerged on how to get out of this dependency and what are the most prominent alternatives. The reason for choosing this research, entitled (Dependency in the Islamic Economy - Its Effects and Treatment) was to show the severity of dependency, present its problem and provide a clear vision in alternatives to revive the Islamic economy. It addresses the backwardness of the nation in this aspect towards an independent comprehensive approach, in order to liberate from economic dependency and it is the last resort for the disengagement between Islamic countries and the World Bank and its heavy debts on the same Arab nation.

Transit tracts in the determination of divine properties

Sultan A. Alomairy

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 285-316

This research aims to demonstrate the diversity of evidence of God’s Almighty characteristics in the texts of the Qur’an and Sunnah and the multiplicity of their varieties. And prove that it followed multiple paths of different structures in their significance. So that it is clear that the scriptural (sharia) paths became one of the widest, richest, and deepest paths, indicating the necessity of monotheism of Allah (singling out God Almighty) for his characteristics, and to address the number of objections. The most important: Defining the concept of God’s Almighty characteristics and adjusting their divisions in general. And to disclosure of the depth, richness and strength of the Significance upon which the scriptural (sharia) relied on proving God’s Almighty characteristics. And the respond for the objections that can be directed to the Sharia evidence significance in proofing God’s Almighty characteristics.

Summarizing the abstraction of the Mayor of the murid explain the jewel of monotheism By Imam Ibrahim Al-Luqani from painting (295) to painting (298) Study and investigation

Mohammad S. Dawood; Amer A. Ali

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 317-360

The aim of the present verified manuscript is to study a part of Imam Ibrahim Al-Lakani (Deceased in 1041 A.H.), entitled ((TALKHEES AL JAJREED LI OMDAT SHARAH JAWHERT ALTAWHID)). It is a nice and easy summary dealing with intercession. Intersession is a part of Islamic doctrine science concerning matters conveyed by hearing. It is necessary for all Muslims to be aware of this aspect. Therefore, all will be aware of the great status of our religion and prophet Mohammed. May we have the kind intercession in the Day of Judgment.

Imitation of some Muslims to the customs of the West and the position of Sharia on it

Firas F. Farhan

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 361-396

The research deals with images of the tradition of the West and the likeness of them to some of the Muslim youth under the tagged title: (Some Muslims' tradition of the customs of the West and the position of Sharia on them). The nature of the study required that this research be divided into an introduction followed by a preamble, and then three demands: the first requirement: the difference between tradition and belief included, while the second requirement included: a statement of what is permissible and what is not permissible in it for non-Muslims, and the third requirement: copies of tradition Some Muslims follow the customs of the West and the position of Sharia on them, and after this all follow a conclusion in which the most important results from this study are indicated.

Governing democracy from the legal perspective

Shahedra A. Khalil; Saadan M; Yousof A. Bakkar

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 45, Pages 397-426

The Islamic governance system consider the ruler as a representative of people, and he is a human being, he can be right or wrong as he isn’t infallible. Islam has granted the right to the public to advise the ruler if he was mistaken, and support him if does the right thing. Based on what has been mentioned, the ruler should seek peoples’ opinion and consult them to get the sound view about how the best to serve the public. The modern state has put in place various tools to ensure a genuine implementation of these rules, namely Democracy or the social contract. So is there any jurisprudential practise help to embrace democracy in Islam? This study aims to clarify the meaning of Democracy and its validity from an Islamic perspective. Opinions have differed over the issue of Democracy between those who adopted it unconditionally, and those who completely rejected it. Those who supported it didn’t’t consider the fact that Allah is the ultimate and supreme source of legislation in Islam. And those who dismiss it on the ground that it undermines the rule of the divine law, and it relies entirely on the majority rule. And they also argue that we have the Islamic alternative of democracy; the principle of consultation “Shurah”. This has shown a dire need for an academic study to shed the light on this matter, and a judicial approach between democracy and consultation, and to clarify the areas of where democracy can be applied, and explain the Islamic law perspective of the majority rule and its impact on legislation.