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Tag Archives: fiqh
Well-trodden Paths – a look at the Shari’ah
By Sheikh Daoud Rosser-Owen Amir, AOBM The famous Tudor dramaturge, Christopher Marlowe, wrote circa 1592 to the Prologue of his play The Jew of Malta, “I count religion but a childish toy, And hold there is no sin but ignorance”. While … Continue reading
Imam Ibn Taymiyyah al-Qadiriyyah as-Sufi?
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong “Thus the meaning of sufi alludes to the meaning of siddiq or one who has reached complete Truthfulness, because the best of human beings after prophets are the siddiqin…” – Ibn Taymiyya, At-Tawassuf, Majmu’a Fatawa Ibn … Continue reading
Up To Four? And Independent Modern Women
By Paul S Armstrong “If ye fear that ye shall not be able to deal justly with the orphans, marry women of your choice, two, or three, or four; but if ye fear that ye shall not be able to … Continue reading
Images in Islam
By Paul S Armstrong The ban on images is not a universal one and views on this vary a great deal due to context and interpretation. Islam shuns idolatry of any kind whether external or even more importantly, internal (e.g. pride, … Continue reading