Imam Shoukani's Jurisprudential Opinions And Usage Patterns In The Present Age


  • Muhammad Saad Dehlvi
  • Dr. Shams ul Arifeen (Corresponding Author)
  • Dr. Shahzada Imran Ayub


In different eras in Islamic history, such reliable and precious personalities were born who made even the most difficult process of protecting the Islamic Shari'ah the most beloved pastime of their lives and performed the duty of protecting the religion head on and in the dissemination of hadith and jurisprudence and performed significant services in the dissemination of hadith and jurisprudence. One of these personalities is Imam Muhammad Bin Ali Al Shoukani. He was a great muhaddith as well as a great jurist. The beauty of his jurisprudence was that he disagreed with his contemporary scholars and was seen criticizing them. In this context, many distinctions of Imam Shoukani also come to light. Imam Shoukani was a religious reformer of his century. His reform efforts were not limited to any particular region but were introduced in the entire Islamic world. He continued his efforts till the end to convey the knowledge of Qur'an, Sunnah and Fiqh to the people and scholars. Imam Shoukani did a great favor to the Muslim Ummah by writing authentic books on Tafsir, Hadith, Fiqh and other sciences. In fact, Imam Shoukani is one of the most important figures among the scholars who are responsible for the religious and scientific reform of Muslims in the previous two centuries and in the current situation. Since he was a mujtahid, he has expressed many ijtihad opinions on various issues, many interests and wisdom are also hidden in them. And if these views are evaluated, it can be utilized in various aspects in the modern age. In this article, some of these important opinions of Imam Shoukani will be reviewed and the usage of them in the present age will be explained.


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Dehlvi, M. S. ., (Corresponding Author), D. S. ul A. ., & Ayub, D. S. I. . (2024). Imam Shoukani’s Jurisprudential Opinions And Usage Patterns In The Present Age. Migration Letters, 21(S2), 1620–1628. Retrieved from




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