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Ikhtalāf al-fuqaha (disagreement between the jurists)

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This masterclass is at an academic level.

In Islamic jurisprudence, ikhtalāf al-fuqaha (disagreement between the jurists) is one of the most discussed topics, but current studies of Islamic law ignore its implications for the development of fiqh and its relevance to law reform in the modern context.

Ikhtalāf as a basic characteristic of Islamic legal historians tell that when the Abbasid caliph Mansoor (754-775) began to unite the caliphate, his secretary Ibn Muqaffa’ (died in 759) advised the caliph that the law-and-order situation was particularly problematic due to the lack of uniformity in the practice of law.

The way forward: Ikhtalāf and the reform of family law. In the struggle for equality and justice in the Muslim family, the diversity and differences in legal views offer many avenues for reforming family laws and practices. First, it is important to understand fiqh texts and judgments from the classical period within a social context.

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Wat wil je leren?

  • Difference of opinion in Islamic jurisprudence within the Hanafi, Shafi'ī, Maliki and Hanbali

Course Content

Ikhtalāf al-fuqaha

  • Students Information
  • Les 1. Introduction of Diversity in Fiqh as a Social Construction
  • Les 2. Ikhtilaf as a Basic Feature of Islamic Law
  • Les 3. Ikhtilaf Literature (798–1987)
  • Les 4. Theories of Ikhtilaf
  • Les 5. The Relevance of Ikhtilaf to Family Law Debates Today
  • Les 6. The Way Forward: Ikhtilaf and the Reform of Family Laws
  • Bibliography
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