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Course Proceedings

The publication of the outcomes of the courses organised by the Maqasid Centre attest the important results of the activities of the centre.

In particular, those publications underline the co-operation agreements between al-Furqan and other institutions involved in the organisation of the courses. It includes the shared interest for the activation of the maqasid in the field of the deep scientific research dealing with studies on purposes of Islamic law and Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh), in the methods of teaching Islamic law sciences, comparative law, and philosophy of law, civil law as well as personal status issues such as marriage, divorce and inheritance.


The Objectives of Sharīʿah: Principles and Concepts (Research articles)

By Various Contributors, Edited by Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation

This book comprises sixteen studies revolving around the historical development of the discipline of maqāṣid traceable from the era of the Prophet’s Companions, until its foundations were firmly laid by al-Shāṭibī, and those following him, led most prominently by Shaykh Ibn ‘Āshūr. He also further highlighted the role of maqāṣid . . .



Objectives of Islamic law in Light of the Noble Prophetic Sunnah: Methodology of Understanding the Sunnah and its Objectives

Edited by Ahmed Al-Raissouni

Within this book, the reader will find refereed papers relating to the proceedings of the first training course on the topic “Objectives (Maqāṣid) of Islamic Law in the Light of the Noble Prophetic Sunnah: Methodology of Understanding the Sunnah and its Objectives”. This was organised by the Centre for the . . .


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