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The fields of especially Islamic constitutional law, administrative law, financial law, ta'zir penalties, and arrangements concerning military law based on the restricted legislative authority vested by Shari'ah rules and those jurisprudential decrees based on secondary sources like customs and traditions and the public good (maslahah) all fell Islamic Law. Islamic Law – Introduction Islamic law is known as Shari’ah Law, which is derived from the Qur’an and Hadith and applied to the public and private lives of Muslims within Islamic states. Shari’ah law governs many aspects of day-to-day life—politics, economics, banking, business, contracts, social issues, etc.
Islamic Law - Introduction Islamic law is known as Shari'ah Law, which is derived from the Qur'an and Hadith and applied to the public and private lives of Muslims within Islamic states.
public law. I n this context Islamic law is very comprehensive governing various aspects of . human life, not only in the context of human relations but also the relationship with the universe .