Title: Fiqh of Priorities. Publisher: mybookstore, Australia. Translated by: New Vision, Egypt. Language: English.
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Title: Fiqh of Priorities. Publisher: mybookstore, Australia. Translated by: New Vision, Egypt. Language: English. Review from Publisher:. In Islam, values, rules, acts and legal commandments vary widely in the eyes of Islamic Law in terms of their priority.
Some are viewed as essential and others subsidiary, some as fundamental pillars and others complementary. A disorder has afflicted our nation in such a way that the unimportant is now given more attention over the important, the small is magnified and the significant is belittled. Many Muslims are extremely cautious of minor sins, while they underrate committing the major sins.
All this makes the Muslim nation in a critical need for the jurisprudence of priorities; in a critical need to study it in depth and discuss it, until they are ready to do what is good. This unique and important book addresses this disorder and aims to set the fundamentals by which rules, values or acts are given their due status and priority based on the correct legal criteria derived from the light of Divine Revelation.
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Fiqh of Priorities- Yusuf Al-Qaradawi
Yusuf al-Qaradawi The problem with many groups of the Islamic Awakening advocates is that the fiqh of priorities is nonexistent to them, as they often seek the secondary before paying attention to the principal, try to examine the particulars before grasping the generalities, and hold to the controversial before familiarizing themselves with the established. It is a pity that we ask for instance about the blood of a gnat, and do not care about the shedding of Al-Hussein's blood, or fight for nafila, while the people have wasted the faridas, or quarrel over a form, regardless of the content. This is the situation today for Muslims in general. I see millions making the umra [minor pilgrimage] every year in Ramadan and other months and others making hajj for the tenth or even the twentieth time: if they saved the money they spent on these nafilas, they would accumulate thousands of millions of dollars.
Jurisprudence of Priorities