Author: Dr. Ala’eddin Kharofa
The Legal Methods in Islamic Administration is considered as a revolution in the field of Islamic jurisprudence because the judge cannot decide in cases, according to the majority of Muslim scholars, except by the witnesses or the oath. But Ibn Al-Quayyim, a distinguished scholar and jurist of the 8th century, the author of this book explains that the judge in Islamic Law can decide in cases by more than twenty ways, all of which are based on the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah, hence this work has been considered as a revolution.
This is a scholarly and monumental treatise on Islamic law. It reflects the idea of realizing the principles of shari’ah, particularly in the field of evidence and its application to contemporary issues.