Judgment Against An Absent Person In Islamic Jurisprudence

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Dr. Youssef Mohammad Rababah , Dr. Nawal AbduMajid Maata , Dr. Mohammad okleh AL Hasn AL Ali , Dr. Abdullah Mnawer Wardat


This research dealt with the topic of “judgment on the absent in Islamic jurisprudence”, following the inductive, analytical, and comparative method. The study revealed the great importance that God has attached to the individual and society and that is through the jurisprudence rulings deduced from the legal texts, from which the validity of these rulings for every time and place is shown. The provisions relating to the absence of the Judicial Council are clear evidence of the consistency of Islamic jurisprudence with reality and with the requirements of the individual and society.

The study concluded that the jurists differed in the ruling on the occurrence of the absentee’s judgment on more than one opinion. After considering and thinking about those sayings and opinions, it has been more likely for me to say that it is permissible to Judge the absent, according to the conditions laid down by these scholars.

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