The Famous Shia Exegesists of the Holy Quran 3 Shia Exegetists From Tabi'ites and After Shaikh al-Muhammad bin Muhammad bin an-Nu'man al-Baghdadi who taught Sayyid Murtada and Sayyid Radi, was...
The Famous Shia Exegesists of the Holy Quran 2 Shia Commentators and Exegesists From Among The Companions Abu Hamza al-Thamali was also a Tabi'ite. Ibn-Nadim has mentioned him while writing about his...
The Famous Shia Exegesists of the Holy Quran 1 Shia Commentators and Exegesists From Among The Companions The foremost among them was Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (PBUH), Master of the Shias and their Imam...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 7 The Rules of Conduct for the Witness Judgment has a particular basis on which the judge relies when giving his judgment. If it is strong, then the...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 6 The Rules of Conduct for the Litigants It has been demonstrated that the criterion for judiciary is nothing other than Divine revelation, and that the...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 5 The Rules of Conduct for the Judge The first part of the verse is a prohibition against misplaced fear, as a regulation of the faculty of Anger, and...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 4 The Rules of Conduct for the Judge It has been made clear that the judiciary is necessary to protect human society and that its criterion is nothing...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 3 The Criterion for the Judiciary He moves from one world to another and from one level to another and he is immortal and imperish­able. Since he moves...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 2 The Criterion for the Judiciary It has been explained in the previous section that judiciary is necessary for safeguarding social system and to curb...
The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Qur'an 1 There are a number of noble Qur'anic verses which deal com­prehensively with the `system of the judiciary', and which we must examine closely. In the...

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