قیاس کی حقیقت و ماہیت کی بحث اورمستشرقین (تنقیدی مطالعہ)

Origin and Nature of Analogy and the Orientalists (A Critical Study)

  • Dr. Yasir Arfat GCUF
  • Zia-ur-rehman Zia GCUF
Keywords: Qiyas (Analogy), Fiqh, Orientalist’s, Shaaf’i,Roman Law

Abstract

Analogy (Qiyās) is one of the four sources of Islamic Law. Recognized four Sunni schools of Islamic Fiqh are agreed that in all matters which have not been provided for by the Quran and the Sunnah, nor determined by Consensus of opinion; the law may be deduced from what has been laid by any of these three authorities, by the use of Analogy (Qiyas). Orientalists have contributed a lot to the field of Islamic law and its history but according to the majority of Muslim scholars, their (Orientalist’s) writings show biased and prejudiced attitude towards Islam. Most of the times findings and conclusions of research of Orientalists about Islam and Islamic sciences do not reflects the facts and realities. Orientalists have discoursed about Analogy, its Origin, and development. According to the Orientalists concept Analogy was borrowed by the Islamic law and Muslim scholars and it does not hold Islamic Origin. In this Article Orientalist's viewpoint about Analogy is being critically analyzed.

Author Biographies

Dr. Yasir Arfat , GCUF

Assistant Professor,Govt.College University Faisalabad ,Pakistan

Zia-ur-rehman Zia, GCUF

Lecturer,Department of Islamic Studies and Arabic,GCUF,Pakistan

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Published
2021-07-24