I noticed some shops selling rosaries/masabih necklaces, bracelets, etc. from animal bones. My question is about animals, is it permissible to use animal parts and organs?
The Prophet (saw) said: «من يرد الله به خيراً يفقهه في الدين»“The one for him Allah wills good (Khair), He grants him Fiqh.”
I have a question related to the two principles: “The Lesser of Two Evils or Lesser of the Two Harms”,quoted by many Dawah carriers and Islamic movements to participate in the legislative and presidential elections. Are they both Shariah principles? Did some of the jurists adopt them? What are their evidences and what is the response to them?
(As for your observation about what was stated in the book: “It has been proven that the Qiyas is a valid Shariah source (of law) based on definitive evidence, and indefinite evidences.” So your saying has a correct view, even though the evidence is given in the Usul and in jurisprudence, but its meaning is different in terms of what is definite and indefinite, and because the topic here is about the evidence of the Usul, so it is better to limit it to definite evidence, not the indefinite ones, and therefore it is better to correct it, and we will correct it, Allah willing) End.
...in the book of The Islamic Personality Vol. III, page 301 (Arabic edition) third line it states: The second: As for the branches, the failure to follow them is considered disobedience (fisq), and so it is not called guidance. I was told that the word “misguidance” (Al dhalaal) must be put instead of the word “guidance” (Al Huda). So, is the word here wrong? Thank you.
Question: Some thinkers in our country, Indonesia, refuse to return to the use of gold and silver currencies, and say that Shari’ah does not dictate that specific money be used, using the evidence that Umar ibn al-Khattab intended to make dirhams from camel skins, so is this opinion correct? May Allah reward you.