حد سرقہ سے متعلق فقہی مباحث اور ان کے معاصر اطلاقات : "المحلیٰ" اور "الہدایہ " کے تناظر میں ایک مطالعہ
Jurisprudential Discourses on the Punishment of Theft and their Contemporary Applications: A Study in Context of “al-Muḥallā” and “al-Hidāyah”
Keywords:Theft, jurists, “al-Muḥallā”, “al-Hidāyah”, contemporary applications
This paper studies jurisprudential discourses on the punishment of theft and their contemporary applications in context of “Kitāb al-Sariqah” from “al-Muḥallā”, a manual of Zahirite or literalist school of Islamic Jurisprudence by Ibn Ḥazm (994-1064), and “al-Hidāyah”, a manual of Ḥanafī Jurisprudence by al-Marghīnānī (1117-1197). It finds that in a total of eighty-two issues, the two jurists have six commonalities and thirteen differences while Ibn Ḥazm has eight and al-Marghīnānī has thirty-seven unique points. Al-Marghīnānī has more comprehensiveness and diversity in the accounts of the relevant issues. Both jurists’ insights regarding the punishment of theft can be taken as a guide in various matters related to the crime of theft in modern times.
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