The Code of Scholars: Usool Al- Fiqh
Taught by Muhammad Alshareef
The Code of Scholars: Usool Al Fiqh is the official recording of an AlMaghrib Institute Seminar. Is eating meat at your local fast-food joint Haram? Allah says so? How would you know?
Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef explains how scholars identify the sources of Islamic law, how halal/haram are extracted from these sources, and the correct application of this process. He further details such things as who is it that has the authorization to approve laws in Islam, how are texts from the Qur'an and Sunnah analyzed, and how apparently contradicting sources are reconciled.
These lectures have been organized to present a vast and intricate subject in a simple and systematic manner. In a sense, Usool al Fiqh allows the listener a sneak peek into the scholars' bag of tools. The study of this science, or the principles of how something becomes law in Islam, is considered to be the "grammar" of Islamic law. In this seminar presented over 13 CDs, Shaykh Alshareef provides a comprehensive foundation to this amazing science.
About the speaker --
Muhammad Alshareef (alternative spelling: Muhammad Ash-Shareef) is a Muslim lecturer and teacher who has authored several articles and speeches on various issues in Islam, especially those related to the Muslim community in the West. He is a popular speaker in many Muslim circles in the United States, Canada, England and Australia. Biography AlShareef was born in 1975 to Egyptian parents and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In his youth, he memorized the Qur'an and later graduated after six years attending the Islamic University of Madinah, class of 1999. He is one of the founders of Al-Maghrib Institute through which he teaches seminars on Islam. Al-Maghrib Institute seminars have been conducted across the USA and Canada in fourteen cities, and is the largest Islamic university-level educational system in North America. It is in the United Kingdom now too.
Current Activities While he continues to teach, AlShareef now devotes much of his time to managing AlMaghrib Institute and EmanRush Audio. He has also founded EmanRush Audio and Khutbah.com, and actively keeps in touch with the online community at the AlMaghrib Forums.