Saturday, December 3, 2016

Articles on Ibadi studies

“The study of Ibadi fiqh (jurisprudence) gains a high level of importance in the general history of Islam due to the fact that the Ibadi School of Law is the first Islamic school of jurisprudence
The early roots of the Ibadi origins go back to the time of the second Rightly-Guided Caliph Umar b. al-Kattab (d. 18 AH/ 639 CE). At the role of Umar, Abu ash-Shatha Jabir b. Zaid, to whom the Ibadi School belongs, was born into an Omani religious family in the year (18 AH/ 639 CE). According to all Ibadi references and most non-Ibadis’ sources it was the great Successor Jabir b. Zaid who laid the basic foundations of the first school of Islamic jurisprudence in the second half of the first century CE.” By Al Muatasim Said Saif Al-Maawali  

The book contains the following articles:
- The distinction between Ibadis and Kharijites
- Oman- The Islamic Democratic Tradition
-  Muslim-Christian Relations
How Islamic was Islamic Philosophy?
Fiqh for Muslim Minorities
The Embryonic Miracles in the Holy Quran
Comparative Study between Ibadi School of Law and Hanafi School of Law

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1 comment:

  1. Small question sister:

    What is ibadhi view on Hadith collections of sunnis: Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi, Nasa'i, Ibn Majah, Muwatta etc.?