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Volume 11, Issue 44

Volume 11, Issue 44, Spring 2020


Curriculum and controls of the explanatory novel

Khali R. Hamdan

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 1-60

Specialists in the fields of interpretation and narration differ on the issue of criticizing the basis of the narratives of interpretations of the interpretation of the al matuor , among those who say that the rules of critiquing the narratives in the hadith must be applied to interpretative narrations, arguing that the way of knowing the meanings of the Book of Allah Almighty in terms of transmission and narration, and others says differentiating between the rules of critique of interpretative narratives and narratives of Hadith, and this research (the methodology of criticizing the explanatory novel and its controls) deals with the study of this issue to achieve it, and stand at the guides and emirates likely to differentiate between them, and the extent of the possibility of invoking them in differentiating criteria for criticizing the narratives according to their topics and the circumstances in which A, and the evidence around it by the impact of the strengthening and justify its acceptance? And the conditions for what is accepted and not accepted. I divide the article into an introduction into two sections, the first: dealing with the general rules in criticizing the explanatory Hadith. The second: I dedicated it to the rules which controls and affecting the ruling on the interpolations t, and then I have concluded with some of the findings.

Reading from the Companions in my book is to know the great readers and the end

HabibuAllah S. Alsulami

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 61-94

It made the research an introduction, a prelude, and five demands: The first requirement: the companions ’sections on receiving the Qur’an. The second requirement: the most famous reciters of the Companions. The third requirement: the most famous female reciters of female companions. Fourth requirement: the Koran companions. Fifth requirement: The concept of (reading a followed year) was rooted in the Companions. Then she concluded with a conclusion in which she highlighted the most important findings and recommendations that he had neglected: 1. The number of companions of readers according to the study reached thirty-one companions, while the number of female companions readers reached four. 2.. It did not become apparent to me that the interest in collecting all the letters of the recitations among the student was apparent during the Companions ’era, as it appeared during the era of those who were taken from them. 3. The attributes of the recitations were only related to some of the esteemed companions, the most famous of whom are: Osman, Ali, Zaid, Ibn Masoud, Abu Musa and Abi, and they have the orbit of most of the companions.

The Sheikh's field approach to denying tandem about the words of the Noble Qur’an through his book (The Ideas for Ideal Management) An Empirical Study

Abdulqader A. Abdullateef; Basheer M. Ahmad

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 95-130

This research is an attempt to authenticate the findings of Sheikh Abdulrahman Hassan Hapnika Al-Maydany, and compare it with the opinions of the interpreters and scientists in Linguistics concerning the issue of Synonymy in the Holy Quran, Through this brief research, it is clear that the per user of Allah's Book should exclude the idea of synonymy when interpreting the Quranic verses in order to avoid falling into error. Every word in the Holy Quran was employed to perform a significant part of the most powerful meaning. so , there is no synonym for it. Every word gives us a new meaning, It has become clear for the researcher that dealing with this topic is not new and that many scientists have tackled it formerly and recently.

The approach of Imam Abu Al-Hassan Al-Bakri and his method in Quranic readings And its impact on interpretation

Qais J. Kareem; Fatin S. Abdulkareem

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 131-162

Imam Abu al - Hassan al - Bakri and its approach to the presentation of the Koran readings Faten Saadi Abdul Karim further. Dr. Qais Jalil Karim Al-Khafaji Summary: The systematic study of the interpreters when they read the Qur'anic readings through their interpretations is important and their impact is great among students of science and scientists, including Imam Abu al-Hassan al-Bakri, who took a strong view of the readings. In it about his personal life and then the proportion of the Koranic readings, and then invoke the readings and guidance, and demonstrate their impact on the interpretation of the Koran, and then a statement of the characteristics of him and the Mach that it, and the conclusion.

The outsider in the interpretation of the oval, may God Almighty have mercy on him Surat Al Imran as a model

Maarib M. Hassan; Yasir E. Rasheed

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 163-202

This research deals with the topic that carries the title "The outsider in the interpretation of Al-Baidhawi Surah Al- Emran as a model". It is an applied study. The researcher chose Al- Baidhawi because of his fame and importance among the private and public authors. According to the definition of the outsider is any information which is mentioned in the interpretation of books which don't serve the clarification of Holly Quran. It may be scientific information mentioned for stylistic purposes or it may be inserted by the opposite opinion to mislead the readers. The author studies the outsider in the interpretation and defines the interpretation and its limits that is divided into two parts. The first part does not have an effect on the meaning and the second which is disrepute. The second, in its turn is divided into the outsider of transmit and the outsider of opinion. Each one of them has its own branches. At the end, the research is ended with conclusion and results of the study.

Al-Bukhari's "Great History" Approach To combine and differentiate narrators Through discussion of the report of Sheikh Abd al-Rahman al-Muallami (may God have mercy on him)

AlshareefHatem A. Naser

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 203-262

The general rule for any work on narrators’ biographies is that every independent entry indicates that it belongs to a unique narrator and is entirely separate from all other entries, even if they have similar names. This is the general rule for all biographical collections, the only exception being for the author to clearly state that one entry is related to another, such as to say “so-and-so is so-and-so” in reference to a previous or later entry, or for him to mention something linking the two narrators and indicating that he is of the conclusion they are one and the same. This is in fact the methodology of al-Bukhārī in al-Tārīkh al-Kabīr in identifying and distinguishing narrators, as is the case with all other biographical collections. This is how all scholars understood al-Bukhārī’s methodology in his Tārīkh. All referred to his work and disputed his conclusions based on this understanding, until Sh. al-Mu`allimī offered an alternative understanding of al-Bukhārī’s method of dealing with issues of al-jam` wa ‘l-tafrīq. He based this conclusion on three points which he considered evidence for his view. This paper seeks to challenge the justifications underpinning al-Mu`allimī’s view, demonstrating they are false. Thereby, it seeks to reiterate that the method of al-Bukhārī in al-Tārīkh al-Kabīr with regards to al-jam` wa ‘l-tafrīq is like all other biographical collections, contrary to the view of Sh. al-Mu`allimī may Allāh have mercy on him. This paper has reached the following conclusions: 1. Imām al-Bukhārī is like other authors of biographical collections in that when he makes distinct biographical entries, this indicates that the subject of the entries are different narrators, regardless of whether he mentions these entries side by side or separates them, except when there is some indication otherwise. 2. Al-Mu`allimī was fundamentally wrong in his understanding of Imām al-Bukhārī’s approach to dealing with cases of al-jam` wa ‘l-tafrīq.

The narrators who Abu Dawood said (They have not heard) and their narratives in his Sunnah are critical studies

Abdulwasi M. Ghalib

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 263-316

This research handles the narrators whom Abu Dawood attributed the word "Did not hear" to them and their narrations exist in his Sunan book, then mentioning their narrations as in his book which amount to eleven narrators, meaning that each narrator did not hear the Hadith from his direct Sheikh other than his other sheikhs. Most of Hadith Scholars agreed to him regarding that including Imams: Shu'bah Ibn Al-Hajjaj (d. 160 A.H), Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal (d. 241 A.H), Al-Bukhari (256 A.H), Abu Hatem Al-Razi (277 A.H), Al-Tirmidhi (279 A.H), Al-Nasaei (303), Abu Zur'ah Al-Razi (d. 269), Al-Daraqutni (358 A.H), Al-Bayhaqi (458 A.H), and Ibn Al-Qattan (d. 628 A.H). This indicates the disconnection of chain of narrators which in turn makes the Hadith to be weak, but if supported by another narrator, this chain of narrator became connected and the Hadith became whether Hassan Leghaireh "Good due to others" or Saheeh Leghaireh "Sound due to others". The research handles the biography of those narrators and Scholars' opinions about them, giving them their due rank, as well as citing old and contemporary scholars' sayings and opinions regarding this. These Ahadith amount to eleven Hadith including one Saheeh Leghaireh": Sound due to others Hadith, four Hassan Leghaireh "Good due to others" and six weak Hadiths.

Fundamentalist questions inferred by the hadith: “If people were given their lawsuit” Study and collection

Ali A. Ahmad

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 317-354

The research dealt with the topic: fundamentalist issues that are inferred by a hadith (if people were given their claim, people would claim the blood of men and their money, but the evidence is on the defendant) collection and study, and clarify the indications of the talk about these fundamental issues, and the research included; An introduction, two studies, and a conclusion, and one of its most important results was the importance of taking care of the Sunnah of the Prophet in terms of its inference in order to strengthen these rules and fundamentalist issues, because of the development of the fundamentalist queen.

Fish caught, fish, and sold in a legitimate perspective

Muflah A. Mohammad

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 355-390

Fish wealth is very important in a person’s life as it is an important part of his food, so Islamic law permits him to glue. FISHING is a project that has proven its legitimacy in the book, the Sunnah of the Prophet, and consensus. And the fish does not need legal intelligence, so he took his smiles to him, saying, peace be upon him (referring to us dead and the blood of fish, locusts, liver, and spleen) and because the fish overwhelms hunting or comes out of the water, all his blood is transferred to his gills as if you slaughtered him, so we see his gals are blessed, that is, the blood is glory to God It passes to its gills, and if its blood dries up its color is white and not black like other blood of other animals, so its blood is clean and not unclean. Because he is born of his flesh and flesh is pure, even if his nose dies. One of the contemporary issues in fish is that it is sold when it is alive and when it is sold it needs cleaning and cutting, and neither the seller nor the buyer waits for a period that may take a long time for its soul to come out. So we came through this research that it is permissible to hit the fish on its head after hitting the knife from the bottom of its neck, thereby reducing its movement and dying so that it can be cleaned and cut, and God knows best. It is not permissible to fish with electric shock, nor explosives, nor something impure, nor a poisonous substance, because this wastes fish resources and harms people and God is the successor.

Al-Bayhaqi's weightings in shrouding, carrying the funeral and placing it in the grave is a comparative juristic study

Mohammad S. Mahmood; Rusol Y. Naief

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 391-424

In this research, we studied Imam Al-Bayhaqi's life and academic career (may Allah have mercy on him ) The controversial book is preferred to cover up, carry the funeral and place it in the grave. The work has demonstrated the potential of Al-Bayhaqi's expertise in comparative jurisprudence because it mentions the Shafi'i school and its evidence, then mentions the Hanafi school and its evidence, and then it is weighted according to scientific evidence showing the scope of its knowledge in the Sunnah of the Prophet ( peace be upon him ), as he inferred Shafi'i school of thought with hadiths which they did not infer. And the research showed the man's correct preferred in wrapping the man, as it is more likely that the man will cover himself in three garments with no shirt or turban.

Hypothesis issues in which the share of women more than the share of men

Delshad J. Mohammad

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 425-472

AII praise and thank beIonq to AII aIone the AImiqhty and aII merfnI. BIessinqs and peace be ubon prophet Muhammad the of his messengers and upon his famiIy his Companion and aII those Who foIIow in his footsteps untiI the end of time The current research deals with the inheritance issues where the women's share is more the men's share. There are a lot of controversial matters nowadays about the inheritance of women because of the misunderstanding of Holly Quranic text. This Quranic text has nothing to do these controversial matters because Allah Almighty in that text identified the share of each heir and left nothing to be guessed and solved all the mysterious issues related to the women's inheritance. However, these women are the mother, the grandmother, the daughter, the son's daughter, the sister /the stepsister, and the wife of the deceased. And their homework is one-sixth, its multiples, the price and its multiples, and the comparison is between women and men in terms of direction, degree, and strength. In the imposition of the sixth, the daughter of the son took more than the son of the son of the son in five matters, and more than the son of the son in four matters, and the sister took a father more than the brother of a father in five matters. In the assumption of a third, neither the mother nor the two sisters took a mother more than the man. In imposing two-thirds, the two daughters took more than the son of the son on four issues, and more than the crucifixion son on four issues, and the daughter of the son took more than the son of the son on six issues, more than the son of the son on six issues, and more than the crucified son on six issues, and took The two sister sisters are more than a brother to a father on eight issues, and more than the brother brother in six matters, and the two sisters took a father more than a brother to a mother on two issues, more than a brother to a father on two issues, and more than a brother brother in two issues. In imposing a price and a quarter, the wife and wives did not take more than the husband, because the reason for entitlement to the inheritance is matrimony, not kinship. In imposing the half, the girl took more than the son of the son on five issues, more than the crucified son on four issues, and the daughter of the son took more than the son of the son on four issues, and more than the son of the son on three issues. And more than the crucifixion son in three matters, and the sister sister took more than the brother to the father in nine matters, and more than the brother brother in four matters, and the sister took the father more than the brother to the mother in ten matters, and more than the brother to the father in eight matters, and more than the brother brother On four matters.

The role of critical thought Zalami (may God have mercy on him) In the face of Orientalist thought

Takleef L. Rezej

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 507-544

Enemies of Islam did not cease to raise suspicions from time to time to attack the Islamic methodology and behavior. The Islamic scholars did not give up against these slanders, they use all their efforts and their ink defended the Islamic Faith and Law. Among them is Professor Mustafa Ibrahim Al-Zalmi, who used his fundamentalist mentality to refute the claims of orientalists, and to respond to them in his books and researches.

SEEING THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PEACE BE UPON HIM ) AFTER HIS DEATH, ACCORDING TO IBN ABI JAMRA AL-ANDALUSI ( 699 AH) IN HIS BOOK (BAHJAT AL-NOUFUS) COMPARATIVE INTELLECTUAL STUDY

Sarmad H. Born; Khaled A. Obaid Shuwaikh

Anbar university Journal for Islamic Sciences, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 44, Pages 545-590

The research focuses with the question of seeing the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) after his death in the world before the Day of Resurrection, and it is one of the issues that Muslim scholars have dealt with in their research and investigation, and the research aims to do so : Throughout his analysis, the researcher followed the descriptive approach by highlighting, through legal texts and scholarly inferences, Ibn Abi Jamra Al-Andalusi's views (Bahjat Al Noufus) and addressed other students ' viewpoints, their similarities and the right ones. Total results included the possibilities mentioned by the vision of the Prophet after his death either through the vision of a dream or when he thinks about it, with his vision (peace be on him) in a dream there was no dispute between scientists but there was a conflict in the reality of that vision and he described it. The vision (peace be upon him) was not a conflict in a dream.