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What are the objectives of Shariah?
Last Updated: 29th May, 2020
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Consequently, what is the primary objective of the Sharia law?
Sharia stands for Islamic or sacred law. Among the primary aims of the Sharia are the achievement of justice, fairness and mercy. The five major goals of the Sharia are the protection of sound religious practice, life, sanity, the family, and personal and communal wealth.
what is Maqasid Shariah? According to Ibn Ashur, maqasid al-Shariah (objectives of Shariah) is a term that refers to the preservation of order, achievement of benefit and prevention of harm or corruption, establishment of equality among people, causing the law to be revered, obeyed and effective as well as enabling the ummah to become powerful
Also to know, what is the main objective of Islam?
Islam teaches that the creation of everything in the universe was brought into being by God's command as expressed by the wording, "Be, and it is" and that the purpose of existence is to worship or to know God.
What are the features of Maqasid Shariah?
The comprehensiveness of shariah objectives in takaful practices includes the perseverance of five fundamental elements in human's life that are: ad-din (religion), an-nafs (life), al-'aql (intellect), an-nasl (ancestry) and al-mal (property or wealth).