The Significance of the Prohibition Atainst the Fundamentals of Imamiyah and its Jurisprudential Applications

  • Ammar Mohammed Hussein Ali Al-Anssari College of Islamic Sciences /University of Karbala
Keywords: prohibition, significance, substance of prohibition, form of prohibition, meeting of order and prohibition, prohibition about worship, prohibition about transaction

Abstract

The language in which the Quran came down is Arabic, and it is necessary to know the words and meanings of this language in order to understand the words of the Shariah and its evidence. This depends on their knowledge of the situation and the unity of the word and meaning and their participation, as well as the meanings of the words on their meanings as a sign of orders and prohibitions. To derive legal rulings from the evidence only by understanding the rules of the language, and the legal provisions that have been shown in the phenomena of the Book and the Sunnah depends on understanding the method of drawing on the commands and prohibitions and indications, because it proves the most provisions and the orbit of the assignment and the distinction between duty And other muslim man's land, and so on, and for that adopted a research study forbidding indication when fundamentalists Imami and applications of jurisprudence, the meaning of the prohibition and the substance and form of which depends upon a sign forbidding both in worship leads to corruption or in the transactions statement does not require it.

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Published
2018-11-15
How to Cite
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A. Ali Al-Anssari, “The Significance of the Prohibition Atainst the Fundamentals of Imamiyah and its Jurisprudential Applications”, JUBH, vol. 26, no. 8, pp. 86 - 98, Nov. 2018.
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