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Islamic Practical Laws Explaind Part one: Taharat (Laws of Cleanliness)
 
Subject:  Jurisprudence
The Original Language:  Farsi : Touzihul Masael
Translated By:  Mohammad Sarwar
Compiled by:  According to the decisions of as-Sayyed Abul Qaseem al-Khoee
Size:  18x26 cm
Pages:  200
 
 
 
Inference and deciphering laws from the Holy Qurans' main documents, honorable traditions etc, id a very important job, and had a demanding need for a notable Islamic jurist named "Mojtahed". Also if the people or this of the Soni religion think that inference and deciphering religious laws are finished and accepted as over, and the fight of Ijtahad is especially considered of four legal advisors and Islamic jurists of previous eras like Abu Hanife and Shafei, but it is not like this in Jafari jurisprudence, Because of this every notable Mojtahed of the Prophets household (p.b.u.t) jurisprudence Mojtahed an any era consider it their duty to put a " Resalah" at the disposal of Muslims of their era, until performed step by step un by the followers, or someone who considers The basis of his own action, his knowledge and specialty.

The section on jurisprudence Taharat, and relating debates.

And now presentable book, which coincides with the ruling and inference of the most notable faces of jurisprudence and Islamic research in present times or Ayat Allah khoyee, puts at your disposal the section of Taharat from the valuable jurisprudence of Jafari. The section on Taharat principally consists of debates on uncleanliness, and what makes uncleanliness clean, circumstances of cleanliness and also laws on ablution, obligatory bathing and dry ablution. But in other parts of the book a lot of laws and also other necessary debates - according to Jafari jurisprudence customary arrangements, and consists of explaining laws on the dead, visiting and praying over a corpse etc.
In the preface of this book and before the start of the discourse on Taharat of jurisprudence, another very important and necessary debate is also explained for the honorable readers, For example:
Why does jurisprudence need an Ijtahad? Why in Taghlid necessary for the people or for other than the Mujtahedin in this field? Where is Taghlid allowed and disallowed? Which tradition is acceptable or invalid? A short talk on the origin of Jafari jurisprudence and the sixth Imam of the Prophets household (p.b.u.t) or Imam Jafar Sadiq (p.b.u.h), The characteristics of Islamic commands and laws and the diverse dividing of these laws, the conditions of maturity in someone whose duty is to follow religious laws, the signs of puberty, a list of the most important Islamic compulsory or unlawful actions, meta, and lawful and prohibited food in Islam the conditions of slaughter, and some other necessary debated.
 
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