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Author: Rachida Chih

. Nibrās al-murīd fī ṭarīq al-tawḥīd , al-Muḥammadiyya , impr. Fadāla , 1994 . Sanūsī , M. al-Salsabīl al-maʿīn fī l-ṭarāʾiq al-arbaʿīn, in Bughyat al-maqāṣid fī khulāṣat al-marāsid , ed. M. ʿA. Ibn Ghalbūn , Cairo , Maṭbaʿat al-Maʿāhid , 1935 . Yassine , A. al-Minhāj al

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In: The Presence of the Prophet in Early Modern and Contemporary Islam
Author: Florian Zemmin

to the concept of maqāṣid (goals, purposes). Conventional Islamic legal theory knows five overarching maqāṣid , to which all concrete norms are subservient: the protection of religion, life, intellect, lineage, and property. 110 Ironically, in pre-modern times the concept of maqāṣid served to

In: Journal of Religion in Europe
Author: Julia Hauser

.300 Soon afterwards, he and young members of other Muslim notable families in Beirut such as the Bayhums founded the Jamʿiyyat al-maqāṣid al-khayriyyah al-islāmiyyah, the “Society for Islamic Charitable 297 Donald Cioeta: “Islamic Benevolent Societies and Public Education in Ottoman Syria, 1875

In: German Religious Women in Late Ottoman Beirut
Author: Julia Hauser

, 258 Jamʿiyyat al-maqāṣid al-khayriyyah al-islāmiyyah (Beirut) 256–258, 260n322, 262 Jamʿiyyat zahrat al-iḥsān see Zahrat al-iḥsān Jerusalem 40, 148, 253, 312 Anglican-Protestant bishopric in 27–30, 31, 42 Kaiserswerth station in 31–32, 58, 60, 64, 187, 188, 189, 319 Jerusalemsverein 30, 42

In: German Religious Women in Late Ottoman Beirut
Author: Julia Hauser

, supérieur général [La propagande protestante s’accroît],” in: Annales de la Congrégation de la Mission (Lazaristes) et des Filles de la Charité XXXVIII (1873), 51–57. “Katholische Verleumdungen,” in: Evangelisches Missions-Magazin 21 (1877), 40–47. Al-fajr al-ṣādiq. Al-jamʿiyyat al-maqāṣid al

In: German Religious Women in Late Ottoman Beirut
Author: Mohammed Hashas

Europe; these and many others emphasise al-Shatibi’s work on the objectives of sharia ( maqasid al-sharia ), and the prevalence of public good ( maslaha ) over rigid legalism. This example of medieval intellectual productivity, which happened in different times and contexts, is being borrowed by later

In: Exploring the Multitude of Muslims in Europe
In: Theology and Society in the Second and Third Centuries of the Hijra. Volume 3

Hidden Imam, and the legal competence of those other than “the Deputy ( nāʾib ) of the Imam.” 24 Al-Karakī’s main legal work, the Jāmiʿat al-maqāṣid , is a commentary on the ʿAllāma al-Ḥillī’s Qawāʿid al-aḥkām . It was written, so he tells us in a short preface, as a way to discharge some of his

In: Sociology of Shiʿite Islam