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Hanaa Muhammad Hussein Ahmed AL-TAMIMI

PROVISIONS OF FINANCIAL JURISPRUDENTIAL RULES DERIVED FROM THE QUR’AN AND ‎SUNNAH ACCORDING TO JURISTS

In the name of God, and may blessings and peace be upon the Messenger of ‎God, his family, his companions, and those who follow him until the Day of ‎Judgment.‎ Now that the jurisprudential rules are comprehensive issues that include many ‎partial jurisprudential topics that help jurists, judges, and people in general in ‎arriving at the legal rulings that are obligatory for humans. The jurisprudential ‎rule is not a stand-alone guide, but is derived from established legal evidence. ‎Therefore, the origin and source of the rule varies according to the difference ‎in the evidence. From which it was derived, and the rule gains strength or ‎weakness according to this source from which it was derived.‎ I will adopt the jurisprudential rules derived from the Qur’an and Sunnah that ‎deal with financial transactions, since money is the backbone of life, and the ‎jurisprudence of financial transactions came to clarify what is permissible from ‎what is forbidden, establish Islamic rules and principles in preventing deception ‎and fraud, price goods according to the economic conditions of the country, ‎and prevent illegal usurious interest and other unjust life transactions. ‎Establishing a society in which justice and equality prevail in the use of rights... I ‎devoted the research to the jurisprudential rules related to money and its ‎transactions, since in Islamic jurisprudence it is everything that is traditionally ‎considered money, or what is owned of all things. According to the majority of ‎imams of jurisprudence, it is: everything that can be possessed and used, ‎whether it is an in-kind, a benefit, or a commercial offer.‎ Among the jurisprudential rules derived from the Qur’an and Sunnah related ‎to financial transactions are: the rule of “sheep by loss,” the rule of “actions are ‎but by intentions,” and the rule of “neither harm nor harm.”‎.

Keywords: Jurisprudential - Financial - Quran - Sunnah Rules

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.25.19


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