The Impact Of The Rules Of Fiqh On The Value Of Tolerance: "The Presupposition That A Muslim Is Well-Intentioned" Rule As A Study Case

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Dr. Loiy Ahmed Al-Sheyab , A.D. Ali Juma AL-Rawahna , Fatima Naim Al-Tarawneh


Tolerance represents a social cosmic norm and a cornerstone in the life of the Muslim. Legislative sources have emphasized the importance of the value of tolerance among people, requiring us to respect the feelings of others and pay attention to them through the Sharia controls that we will refer to in the study. The existence of jurisprudence rules indicates the existence of a logical and elaborate system of Sharia rules in all dimensions. Jurisprudence rules extend their roots to the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah of the Prophet, the saying of Sahabi, or the saying of the owner of an ideology.
The research paper showed the most important traits that have spread in societies as a result of a lack of understanding of the moral system of the Muslim individual, Like hatred, envy, and grudge. which resulted in the severance of propinquity, division, divorce, and assault on some with tongue and hand for reasons that are negligible or misunderstood. This makes us consider the value of tolerance by understanding its philosophy while setting examples in our lives.
One of the most prominent results that the study seeks to show is the effect of the jurisprudential rule of “The Presupposition that a Muslim is well-intentioned” in demonstrating the value of tolerance in societies, trying to identify the aspects of this value and knowing its benefits through the Jurreprudenal rules aspect, we ask God for success and righteousness.

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