INTRODUCTION; PART ONE Acts are judged by their goals and purposes; PART TWO Harm must be eliminated; PART THREE Customary usage is the determining factor; PART FOUR Certainty is not overruled by doubt; FURTHER READING
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Dr Shahrul Hussain is Lecturer in Islamic Studies at Markfield Institute of Higher Education, UK. He studied classical Islamic studies and Arabic at a specialist Islamic seminary, Darul Uloom Al-Islamiyah Al-Arabiyah College, Birmingham. After graduating from Darul Uloom he won a scholarship to study at the pre-eminent University of Al-Azhar, Cairo, Egypt, and graduated from the Faculty of Islamic Jurisprudence and Law in 2001. In 2010 he completed his PhD at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
"A Treasury of Sacred Maxims did not disappoint; in fact it added to a key under represented area of fiqh. A deceptively succinct text that covers forty legal Maxims but goes beyond a mere introduction. One would expect a legal discussion, however Dr. Shahrul Hussain has added a moral aspect to each legal maxim. An excellent text which can be memorised alongside a primer fiqh text in any Islamic studies curriculum." Mufti Amjad M Mohammed "This inspiring collection... will help deepen the understanding of key aspects of Shariah in its legal and ethical dimensions." Islamic Voice "A little book with loads of wisdom." Islamic Voice